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    • Effects of Reversal of Water Flow in an Arctic Floodplain River on Fluvial Emissions of CO2 and CH4 

      Castro‐Morales, K.ORCIDiD; Canning, A.ORCIDiD; Körtzinger, A.ORCIDiD; Göckede, M.ORCIDiD; Küsel, K.ORCIDiD; Overholt, W. A.ORCIDiD; Wichard, T.ORCIDiD; Redlich, S.; Arzberger, S.; Kolle, O.ORCIDiD; Zimov, N. (Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2022-01-04)
      When organic matter from thawed permafrost is released, the sources and sinks of greenhouse gases (GHGs), like carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) in Arctic rivers will be influenced in the future. However, the temporal ...
    • Glacio-hydrological model calibration and evaluation 

      van Tiel, MaritORCIDiD; Stahl, KerstinORCIDiD; Freudiger, DaphnéORCIDiD; Seibert, JanORCIDiD (Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, 2020)
      Glaciers are essential for downstream water resources. Hydrological modeling is necessary for a better understanding and for future projections of the water resources in these rapidly changing systems, but modeling glacierized ...
    • Moderate and Severe Hydrological Droughts in Europe Differ in Their Hydrometeorological Drivers 

      Brunner, Manuela I.ORCIDiD; Van Loon, Anne F.ORCIDiD; Stahl, KerstinORCIDiD (Water Resources Research, 2022-09-29)
      Hydrological extreme events are generated by different sequences of hydrometeorological drivers, the importance of which may vary within the sample of drought events. Here, we investigate how the importance of different ...
    • The compensating effect of glaciers: Characterizing the relation between interannual streamflow variability and glacier cover 

      van Tiel, MaritORCIDiD; Kohn, IreneORCIDiD; Van Loon, Anne F.ORCIDiD; Stahl, KerstinORCIDiD (Hydrological Processes, 2019)
      Meltwater from glaciers is not only a stable source of water but also affects downstream streamflow dynamics. One of these dynamics is the interannual variability of streamflow. Glaciers can moderate streamflow variability ...
    • Water scarcity and oil palm expansion: social views and environmental processes 

      Merten, Jennifer; Röll, AlexanderORCIDiD; Guillaume, Thomas; Meijide, AnaORCIDiD; Tarigan, Suria; Agusta, Herdhata; Dislich, Claudia; Dittrich, Christoph; Faust, Heiko; Gunawan, Dodo; Hein, Jonas; Hendrayanto; Knohl, AlexanderORCIDiD; Kuzyakov, Yakov; Wiegand, KerstinORCIDiD; Hölscher, Dirk (Ecology and Society, 2016)
      Conversions of natural ecosystems, e.g., from rain forests to managed plantations, result in significant changes in the hydrological cycle including periodic water scarcity. In Indonesia, large areas of forest were lost ...