Conference Contributions

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2016

Exploring the impact of co-varying water availability and energy price on productivity and profitability of Alpine hydropower.
Daniela Anghileri, Martina Botter, Andrea Castelletti, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Advancing reservoir operation description in physically based hydrological models.
Daniela Anghileri, Federico Giudici, Andrea Castelletti, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Impact of sublimation losses in the mass balance of glaciers in semi-arid mountain regions.
Alvaro Ayala, Francesca Pellicciotti, Paolo Burlando, Shelley MacDonell, and James McPhee
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) Katlenburg-Lindau: EGU General Assembly.
Scaling tree-level hydrodynamics to plot-level hydrology using novel model and measurements.
Gil Bohrer, Ashley Matheny, Golnaz Mirfendersgi, Timothy Morin, and Simone Fatichi
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
Tree to plot scaling how individual properties and species specific traits add up to describe a forest.
Gil Bohrer, Golnazalsadat Mirfenderesgi, Ashley M. Matheny, and Simone Fatichi
(2016) San Francisco: AGU.
A Novel Process-Based Sediment Rating Curve to Explain Changes in Fine Sediment Yield in the Rhone Basin.
Anna Costa, Daniela Anghileri, and Peter Molnar
(2016) San Francisco, CA: American Geophysical Union.
Climate-based analysis of spatial and temporal distribution of fine sediment sources in an Alpine environment.
Anna Costa, Peter Molnar, Laura Stutenbecker, Fritz Schlunegger, Maarten Bakker, and Stuart N. Lane
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
Temperature signal in fine sediment dynamics of the Upper Rhône basin.
Anna Costa, Laura Stutenbecker, Tiago A.A. Silva, Maarten Bakker, Peter Molnar, Fritz Schlunegger, Stèphanie Girardclos, Jean-Luc Loizeau, and Stuart N. Lane
Abstract Volume 14th Swiss Geoscience Meeting, (2016) S.l.: Swiss Academy of Science, SCNAT.
On the dominant uncertainty source of climate change projections at the local scale.
Simone Fatichi, Valeriy Y. Ivanov, Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, Stefan Rimkus, Jongho Kim, Nadav Peleg, Paolo Burlando, and Enrica Caporali
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
Soil moisture spatio-temporal variability: insights from mechanistic ecohydrological modeling.
Simone Fatichi, Gabriel G. Katul, Valeriy Y. Ivanov, Christoforos Pappas, Athanasios Paschalis, Jongho Kim, and Paolo Burlando
Computational Methods in Water Resources 2016: Conference Program & Conference Booklet, (2016) Toronto: University of Toronto.
A mechanistic soil biogeochemistry model with explicit representation of microbial and macrofaunal activities and nutrient cycles.
Simone Fatichi, Stefano Manzoni, Dani Or, and Athanasios Paschalis
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
Optimizing environmental flow releases under future hydropower operation (HydroEnv).
Chrystelle Gabbud, Gianluca Bergami, Pierre Chanut, and Armin Niayifar
SCCER-SoE Science Report 2016, (2016) S.l.: SCCER-SoE.
Hydraulic Strategies and Response to El Niño Drought in Amazon Rainforest.
Valeriy Y. Ivanov, Rafael S. Oliveira, Mauro Brum, Neill Prohaska, Loren Albert, Tyeen Taylor, Simone Fatichi, Elizabeth Agee, Scott R. Saleska, Raimundo C. Oliveira Junior, Dennis G. Dye, and Kenia T. Wiedmann
(2016) San Francisco: AGU.
Future of Himalayan glaciers: Projections from CMIP5 and CORDEX climate models and their uncertainties.
Martin W. Jury, Thomas Mendlik, Satyanarayana Tani, Heimo Truhetz, Silvan Ragettli, Francesca Pellicciotti, and Walter Immerzeel
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
The importance of stochasticity and internal variability in geomorphic erosion system.
Jongho Kim, Valeriy Y. Ivanov, and Simone Fatichi
AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 12-16, 2016: Abstract, (2016) San Francisco, CA: AGU.
You can add up the parts, but you won’t have the sum: Can many global change experiments tell us more than the individual ones?
Sebastian Leuzinger, Claus Beier, Christian Körner, Yiqi Luo, Sara Vicca, J. Adam Langley, Mark Hovenden, and Simone Fatichi
(2016) Fort Lauderdale, FL: ESA.
Replacing old forests with young plantations can impact summer convective rainfall.
Gabriele Manoli, Jean-Christophe Domec, K.A. Novick, A.C. Oishi, Asko Noormets, M. Marani, and G.G. Katul
Atti del XXXV Convegno Nazionale di Idraulica e Costruzioni Idrauliche, (2016) Bologna: Università di Bologna.
Does plasticity in plant physiological traits explain the rapid increase in water use efficiency? An ecohydrological modeling approach.
Theodoros Mastrotheodoros, Simone Fatichi, Christoforos Pappas, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
Does plasticity in plant physiological traits explain the rapid increase in water use efficiency? An ecohydrological modeling approach.
Theodoros Mastrotheodoros, Simone Fatichi, Christoforos Pappas, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
Does plasticity in plant physiological traits explain the rapid increase in water use efficiency? An ecohydrological modeling approach.
Theodoros Mastrotheodoros, Simone Fatichi, Christoforos Pappas, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
Does plasticity in plant physiological traits explain the rapid increase in water use efficiency? An ecohydrological modeling approach.
Theodoros Mastrotheodoros, Simone Fatichi, Christoforos Pappas, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Tree-level hydrodynamic approach for modeling aboveground water storage and stomatal conductance highlights the effects of tree hydraulic strategy.
Golnazalsadat Mirfenderesgi, Gil Bohrer, Ashley M. Matheny, Simone Fatichi, Renato Prata de Moraes Frasson, and Karina V.R. Schäfer
(2016) AGU.
Application of a tree-level hydrodynamic model to simulate plot-level transpiration in the upland oak/pine forest in New Jersey.
Golnazalsadat Mirfenderesgi, S. Fatichi, A.M. Matheny, R.P.D.M. Frasson, and K.V.R. Schäfer
(2016) New Orleans, LA: AMS.
On extreme rainfall intensity increases with air temperature.
Peter Molnar, Simone Fatichi, Athanasios Paschalis, Ladislav Gaál, Jan Szolgay, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
A landslide warning concept based on daily precipitation in Switzerland.
Peter Molnar, Elena Leonarduzzi, Brian W. McArdell, and Bernard Loup
INTERPRAEVENT 2016 - Extended Abstracts, (2016) Klagenfurt: Internationale Forschungsgesellschaft INTERPRAEVENT.
High-resolution stochastic generation of extreme rainfall intensity for urban drainage modelling applications.
Nadav Peleg, Frank Blumensaat, Paolo Molnar, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
From AWE-GEN to AWE-GEN-2d: a high spatial and temporal resolution weather generator.
Nadav Peleg, Simone Fatichi, Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
Analysis of spatial variability of extreme rainfall at radar subpixel scale using IDF curves.
Nadav Peleg, Francesco Marra, Simone Fatichi, Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
Heterogeneous response of debris-covered and debris-free glaciers to climate change in Langtang Himal determined by geodetic mass balance measurements.
Silvan Ragetti, Tobias Bolch, and Francesca Pellicciotti
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
Modeling bed load transport and step-pool morphology with a reduced-complexity approach.
Matteo Saletti, Peter Molnar, Marwan A. Hassan, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
Drivers for the development of an alluvial fan in a high-altitude glaciated catchment.
Jakob Steiner, Evan Miles, and Silvan Ragettli
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.
Life and death of ice cliffs and lakes on debris covered glaciers - insights from a new dataset from the Nepalese Himalaya.
 Jacob Steiner, Pascal Buri, Evan Miles, Silvan Ragettli, and Francesca Pellicciotti
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2016) S.l.: EGU General Assembly.

2015

Impacts of climate change on hydrology and operation of Mattmark reservoir under business-as-usual production targets.
Daniela Anghileri, Nadav Peleg, Andrea Castelletti, and Paolo Burlando
(2015) Neuchâtel: SCCER-SoE Annual Conference.
Meteorological conditions associated to high sublimation amounts in semiarid high-elevation Andes decrease the performance of empirical melt models.
Álvaro Ayala, Francesca Pellicciotti, Shelley MacDonell, James McPhee, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2015) Wien: EGU.
Controls on flood and sediment wave propagation.
Maarten Bakker, Stuart N. Lane, Anna Costa, and Peter Molnar
Geophysical research abstract, (2015) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Generation of very high resolution scenarios to investigate climate change impact on hydropower operation.
I. Bey, S. Kotlarski, P. Burlando, S. Fatichi, and N. Peleg
(2015) Neuchâtel: SCCER-SoE.
Quantifying volume loss from ice cliffs on debris-covered glaciers using high resolution terrestrial and aerial photogrammetry.
Fanny Brun, Pascal Buri, Patrick Wagnon, Evan S. Miles, Jakob Steiner, Etienne Berthier, Silvan Ragettli, Philip Kraaijenbrink, Walter W. Immerzeel, and Francesca Pellicciotti
International Glaciological Society: British Branch Meeting 2015: Conference Programme, (2015) Durham: Durham University.
Impact of river regulation on potential sediment mobilization and transport in an Alpine catchment.
Anna Costa, Peter Molnar, Stuart N. Lane, and Maarten Bakker
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2015) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
A new modelling framework to simulate transport in highly unsteady river-groundwater systems.
Diogo Costa, Paolo Burlando, and Liong Shie-Yui
E-Proceedings of the 36th IAHR World Congress, 28 June - 3 July, 2015, The Hague, the Netherlands, (2015) Hague: IAHR.
Partitioning direct and indirect effects of elevated CO2 on Net Primary Production across climates.
Simone Fatichi, Sebastian Leuzinger, A. Donnellan-Barraclough, and M. Hovenden
(2015) Baltimore, MD: ESA.
On the reproduction of correlation structure and extremes at high temporal resolutions by stochastic precipitation disaggregation models.
Peter Molnar, Anthanasios Paschalis, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
(2015) Prag: IUGG.
Modeling terrestrial carbon and water dynamics across climatic gradients: does plant trait diversity matter?
Christoforos Pappas, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
(2015) Baltimore, MD: ESA Annual Meeting 2015.
On the impact of land use changes in terrestrial water cycle and the role of plant trait variability.
Christoforos Pappas, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2015) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
High-resolution stochastic generation of rainfall for urban hydrological applications.
Nadav Peleg, F. Blumensaat, S. Fatichi, P. Paschalis, Peter Molnar, and P. Burlando
UrbanRain15: 10th International Workshop on Precipitation in Urban Areas, 1-5 December 2015, Sporthotel Pontresina, Switzerland, Proceedings, (2015) Zürich: ETH Zürich.
High-resolution stochastic downscaling of climate models: simulating wind advection, cloud cover and precipitation.
Nadav Peleg, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2015) Göttingen: Copernicus.
Assessing hydrological regime sensitivity to climate change in a convective rainfall environment: a case study of medium-sized eastern Mediterranean catchments.
Nadav Peleg, Eylon Shamir, Georgakakos Konstantine, and Efrat Morin
Geophysical research abstracts, (2015) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Glacier changes in a Nepalese catchment and hydrological impacts.
Silvan Ragettli, Tobias Bolch, Walter W. Immerzeel, and Francesca Pellicciotti
Abstract Volume: 13th Swiss Geoscience Meeting Basel, 20th-21st November 2015: Modelling the Earth, (2015) Basel: Swiss Geoscience Meeting.
Contrasting response of glacierized catchments in the Central Himalaya and the Central Andes to climate change.
Silvan Ragettli, Francesca Pellicciotti, and Walter W. Immerzeel
(2015) Wien: EGU.
Present and future runoff from a Central Himalayan watershed: the role of debris-covered glaciers.
Silvan Ragettli, Francesca Pellicciotti, and Walter W. Immerzeel
(2015) Kathmandu: IGS.
High resolution patterns of glacier changes in the Upper Langtang catchment in Nepal determined by geodetic mass balance measurements.
Simone Ragettli, Francesca Pellicciotti, Tobias Bolch, and Walter W. Immerzeel
(2015) Durham: IGS.
Towards a Fully Distributed Characterization of Water Residence and Transit Time by Coupled Hydrology-Transport Modeling.
Federica Remondi, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
(2015) San Francisco, CA: AGU Fall Meeting.
A reduced-complexity model for sediment transport and step-pool morphology.
Matteo Saletti, Peter Molnar, Marwan Hassan, and Paolo Burlando
(2015) San Francisco, CA: AGU.
Employing terrestrial photogrammetry to determine surface roughness on a debris covered glacier.
J.F. Steiner, E.S. Miles, F. Brun, Martin Detert, and Francesca Pellicciotti
(2015) San Francisco, CA: AGU.
Neglected Land in between – the obliviousness to small town Pakistan in the western narrative.
Jakob Steiner
(2015) Lahore: 2015 International Conference on Environment of Small Cities.
Variability of air temperature over a debris-covered glacier in the Nepalese Himalaya.
Jakob F. Steiner, and Francesca Pellicciotti
(2015) Kathmandu: IGS.

2014

Quantifying the uncertainty in surface energy fluxes of glacierised environments: How does the lack of information affect estimations of ablation amounts?
Alvaro Ayala, Francesca Pellicciotti, and Paolo Burlando
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
Spatial distribution of 2 m air temperature over melting glaciers as a function of external temperatures: Testing a modified version of the Greuell and Böhm model.
Álvaro Ayala, Francesca Pellicciotti, and Joseph Shea
(2014).
Modelling ice cliff-backwasting on a debris covered glacier in the Nepalese Himalayas.
P. Buri, J. Steiner, F. Pellicciotti, E.S. Miles, W.W. Immerzeel, and T.D. Reid
18th Alpine Glaciology Meeting, AGM, (2014).
A grid-based Model for Backwasting at supraglacial Ice Cliffs on a debris-covered Glacier.
P. Buri, J. Steiner, F. Pellicciotti, E.S. Miles, and W.W. Immerzeel
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
On the importance of variable soil depth and process representation in the modeling of shallow landslide initiation.
Paolo Burlando, Grigorios Anagnostopoulos, and Simone Fatichi
(2014) 2014 AGU Fall Meeting.
High-resolution distributed evaluation of climate and anthropogenic changes on the hydrology of an Alpine catchment.
Paolo Burlando, and Simone Fatichi
Geophysical research abstracts, (2014) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Changes in precipitation regime in Tuscany Region (Italy).
Enrica Caporali, Simona Manetti, Valentina Chiarello, and Simone Fatichi
Geophysical research abstracts, (2014) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Modeling the influence of the climate change on vegetation patterns using a cellular automata model.
Domenico Caracciolo, Leonardo V. Noto, Simone Fatichi, and Erkan Istanbulluoglu
The XX International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources : Book of Abstracts, (2014) Stuttgart: Universität Stuttgart.
On the routing dynamics of a glacierized catchment.
Anna Chesnokova, F. Pellicciotti, and M. Carenzo
(2014) 18th Alpine Glaciology Meeting, AGM.
Including the effect of wind in the simulation of snow accumulation patterns over an Alpine glacier. Implication on seasonal mass balance.
I. Clemenzi, Burlando. M., F. Pellicciotti, and P. Burlando
(2014) International Glaciological Society.
Impact of river regulation on potential sediment mobilization.
Anna Costa, Peter Molnar, Stuart N. Lane, and Maarten Bakker
Abstract Volume, 12th Swiss Geoscience Meeting, Fribourg, 21st – 22nd November 2014, (2014) Fribourg, Switzerland: 12th Swiss Geoscience Meeting.
Modelling dominant processes affecting the transport and fate of domestic pollution in highly contaminated urban rivers. The case of the Ciliwung in Jakarta.
Diogo Costa, Paolo Burlando, Shie-Yiu Liong, Cindy Priadi, and Senthil Gurusamy
Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics (ISEH), (2014).
Modelling the impact of urban floods in heavy polluted river. The case of Kampung Melayu in Jakarta.
Diogo A. Costa, Senthil Gurusamy, Paolo Burlando, and Shie-Yui Liong
Water: Enginneering and Research: Book of Abstracts / 3rd IAHR Europe Congress, (2014) Porto: Universidade do Porto.
Long-term variability of evapotranspiration and vegetation productivity: the role of temporal scales.
Simone Fatichi, and Valeriy Ivanov
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
Effects of subalpine grassland management on hydrology and vegetation productivity.
Simone Fatichi, Matthias J. Zeeman, Jürg Fuhrer, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2014) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
A mechanistic model of stomatal conductance and plant vascular transport.
Simone Fatichi
XX International Conference “Computational Methods in Water Resources. Book of abstracts and List of Participants, 10th-13th June, 2014, (2014) Computational Methods in Water Resources.
The suitability of different surface melt models for long-term simulations of glacier response to climate change.
J. Gabbi, M. Carenzo, F. Pellicciotti, A. Bauder, and M. Funk
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
Spatial analysis of intense thunderstorms in Switzerland and temporal trends in their occurrence.
Ladislav Gaál, Peter Molnar, and Jan Szolgay
Geophysical research abstracts, (2014) [Katlenburg-Lindau]: Copernicus.
Digital Methods and Collaborative Platforms for Informing Design Values with Science.
Adrienne Grêt-Regamey, Paulo Burlando, Christophe Girot, Ervine S. Lin, Kashif Shaad, and Derek Vollmer
Peer reviewed proceedings of digital landscape architecture 2014 at ETH Zurich, (2014) Berlin: Wichman.
Three decades of debris-covered area change for 94 glaciers in Northern Pakistan.
S. Herreid, A. Ayala, and F. Pellicciotti
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
Increases in River Runoff Projected for High Mountain Asia’s River Basins during the 21st Century.
W.W. Immerzeel, A. Lutz, F. Pellicciotti, S. Ragettli, A. Shrestha, and M. Bierkens
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
Impacts of Variations of Vegetation Hydraulic Properties on Land-Surface Hydrology.
Valeriy Ivanov, Simone Fatichi, and Jongho Kim
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
A Multi-Scale, Integrated Approach to Representing Watershed Systems.
Valeriy Ivanov, Jongho Kim, Simone Fatichi, and Nikolaos Katapodes
Geophysical research abstracts, (2014) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
On the Non-Uniqueness of Sediment Yield.
J. Kim, V.Y. Ivanov, and S. Fatichi
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
From source- to sink limited vegetation modelling.
Sebastian Leuzinger, Simone Fatichi, Corina Manusch, Harald Bugmann, Annett Wolf, and Christian Körner
(2014) ESA Annual Meeting.
Hydro-glaciological modeling in the Upper Maipo River basin, extratropical Andes Cordillera, with explicit representation of debris-covered glaciers.
James McPhee, Yuri Castillo, Marisa Escobar, and Francesca Pellicciotti
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
Energy-balance and melt contributions of supraglacial lakes, Langtang Khola, Nepal.
E. Miles, I. Willis, F. Pellicciotti, J. Steiner, P. Buri, and N. Arnold
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
Monsoonal variations of supraglacial lakes, Langtang Khola, Nepal.
Evan Miles, I. Willis, and F. Pellicciotti
(2014) ARCUS.
On the prediction of daily rainfall thresholds for the triggering of landslides and debris flows.
P. Molnar, E. Leonarduzzi, and Georgina L. Bennett
Abstract Booklet Session 9, (2014) Fribourg: 12th Swiss Geoscience Meeting.
Eco-hydrological tools of contrasting abstraction: how much complexity is enough?
C. Pappas, S. Fatichi, and P. Burlando
Book of Abstracts, (2014) CMWR.
The role of plant trait diversity on carbon and water dynamics.
Ch. Pappas, S. Fatichi, and P. Burlando
(2014).
Eco-hydrological tools of contrasting abstraction. How much complexity is enough?
Christoforos Pappas, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
Computational in Water Methods Resources : XX. International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources : Book of Abstracts and List of Participants : 10th – 13th June, 2014, (2014) Stuttgart: XX. International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources.
Terrestrial water and carbon fluxes across climatic gradients. Does plant diversity matter?
Christoforos Pappas, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2014) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Terrestrial water and carbon fluxes across climatic gradients: does plant diversity matter?
Christoforos Pappas, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
(2014) Wien: EGU General Assembly 2014.
The role of plant trait diversity on carbon and water dynamics.
Christoforos Pappas, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
(2014) XX. International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources.
On the effect of short temporal scale climate variability on long-term water, energy and carbon fluxes: Insights from a modeling approach.
Anthanasios Paschalis, Simone Fatichi, Gabriel Katul, and Valeriy Ivanov
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
A model intercomparison for stochastic simulation of temporal precipitation.
Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2014) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Uncertainties in Modelling Glacier Melt and Mass Balances: the Role of Air Temperature Extrapolation and Type of Melt Models.
Francesca Pellicciotti, Silvan Ragettli, Marco Carenzo, Alvaro Ayala, James McPhee, and Markus Stoffel
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
Unravelling the hydrology of an Himalayan catchment using a unique combination of high elevation ground data, high resolution remote sensing and advanced glacier hydrological modeling.
Francesca Pellicciotti, Silvan Ragettli, and Walter W. Immerzeel
(2014).
Modelling glacier mass balances and runoff from a Himalayan watershed using in-situ data for model calibration.
S. Ragettli, F. Pellicciotti, E. S. Miles, and W.W. Immerzeel
(2014) 18th Alpine Glaciology Meeting, AGM.
Modelling the response of a Himalayan watershed to climate change: new insights from linking high resolution in-situ data and remote sensing with an advanced simulation model.
Silvan Ragettli, Francesca Pellicciotti, and Wouter Immerzeel
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
Exploring the hydrologic impact of increasing urbanization in a tropical river catchment in the megacity of Jakarta, Indonesia.
Federica Remondi, Simone Fatichi, Derek Vollmer, and Paolo Burlando
(2014) San Francicsco, CA: AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
Temporal pattern and memory in sediment transport in an experimental step-pool channel.
M. Saletti, P. Molnar, Marwan A. Hassan, A. Zimmer, and M. Church
(2014) Zürich: ETH Zürich.
Modelling Step-Pool Systems in Steep Streams.
M. Saletti
River Flow 2014: International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics, (2014) London: Taylor & Francis Group.
Temporal pattern and memory in sediment transport in a step-pool channel: an experimental study.
Matteo Saletti, Peter Molnar, Marwan A. Hassan, André E. Zimmermann, and Michael Church
12th Swiss Geoscience Meeting: Fribourg, November 21-22, 2014. Book of abstracts, (2014) Fribourg, Switzerland: 12th Swiss Geoscience Meeting (SGM 2014).
Investigating grid-size dependency in coupled surface-subsurface hydraulics.
Kashif Shaad, and Paolo Burlando
River Flow 2014 : proceedings of the International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics (River Flow 2014), Lausanne, Switzerland, 3 - 5 September 2014, (2014) Leiden: CRC Press/Balkema.
Quantifying exploitation of shallow groundwater resources within an urban river reach in Jakarta (Indonesia).
Kashif Shaad, Senthil Gurusamy, and Paolo Burlando
Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics (ISEH), (2014) Singapore: 7th International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics (ISEH).
Sediment Fate in a changing watershed during the anthropocene - presenting the SEDFATE project.
T.A. Silva, M. Bakker, A. Costa, S. Girardclos, S.N. Lane, P. Molnar, F. Schlunnegger, and L. Stutenbecker
(2014) 19th International Sedimentological Congress.
Ice Cliff Backwasting over debris-covered Glaciers – Insights into their Formation and Development based on new Measurements and a point-scale Model.
Jakob Steiner, Francesca Pellicciotti, Pascal Buri, Evan Miles, Tim Reid, and Wouler Immerzeel
(2014) AGU Fall Meeting 2014.
On the importance of radiation to ice cliff-backwasting on a debris covered glacier in the Nepalese Himalaya.
Jakob Steiner
(2014) 18th Alpine Glaciology Meeting (AGM).

2013

Modeling a mountain basin sediment cascade.
Georgie Bennett, Peter Molnar, Brian McArdell, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
A probabilistic sediment cascade model of sediment transfer through a mountain basin.
Georgina L. Bennett, Peter Molnar, Brian W. McArdell, Stuart N. Lane, and Paolo Burlando
(2013) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
A high-resolution distributed analysis of climate and anthropogenic changes on the hydrology of an Alpine catchment.
P. Burlando, S. Fatichi, S. Rimkus, R. Bordoy, and P. Molnar
(2013) European Geosciences Union.
Modeling the role of climate change on small-scale vegetation patterns in a Mediterranean basin using a Cellular Automata model.
Domenico Caracciolo, Simone Fatichi, Erkan Istanbulluoglu, and Leonardo Valerio Noto
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Monitoring the debris cover evolution combining remote sensing and photogrammetric techniques.
Marco Carenzo, Andrea Irniger, Lena Petersen, and Francesca Pellicciotti
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
On the influence of debris in glacier melt modelling. A new temperature-index model accounting for the debris thickness feedback.
Marco Carenzo, Johan Mabillard, Francesca Pellicciotti, Tim Reid, Ben Brock, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Mass balance modelling of a debris cover glacier. The case study of Miage Glacier, Italy.
Marco Carenzo, Francesca Pellicciotti, Johan Mabillard, Tim Reid, Ben Brock, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Vegetation establishment in convectively accelerated streams.
Benoît Crouzy, Stuart J. McLelland, Peter Molnar, Carlo Camporeale, and Paolo Perona
(2013) AGU.
Analysis of riparian vegetation dynamics in an Alpine river.
Katarina Dzubakova, Peter Molnar, and Milan Trizna
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Hydrological and hydraulic characterisation of floodplain and its former channels from LiDAR imagery and GIS.
Katarina Dzubakova, Jeremie Riquie, Herve Piegay, Ondrej Budac, and Milan Trizna
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Comparing a FACE experiment with mechanistic ecohydrological modeling. Which processes are reliably simulated under elevated CO2?
S. Fatichi, and S. Leuzinger
(2013).
On the limits and capability of modeling water, energy and carbon fluxes in deciduous forest exposed to elevated CO2.
Simone Fatichi, and Sebastian Leuzinger
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Assessment of climate impacts on hydrology and geomorphology of semiarid headwater basins using a physically-based model.
Antonio Francipane, Simone Fatichi, Valeriy Y. Ivanov, and Leonardo V. Noto
(2013) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Using a physically-based model, tRIBS-Erosion, for investigating the effects of climate change in semi-arid headwater basins.
Antonio Francipane, Simone Fatichi, Valeriy Y. Ivanov, and Leonardo V. Noto
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Convection index as a tool for trend analysis of intense summer storms in Switzerland.
Ladislav Gaal, Peter Molnar, and Jan Szolgay
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Intense summer storms identified on the basis of lighning strikes in Switzerland.
Ladislav Gaal, Peter Molnar, and Jan Szolgay
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2013) Wien: European Geosciences Union.
Characterizing interannual variability of land precipitation at the global scale.
Valeriy Ivanov, Simone Fatichi, and Enrica Caporali
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Göttingen: Copernicus GmbH.
Root Niche Separation as Strategy of Avoidance of Seasonal Drought Stress in a Mature Amazonian Forest.
Valeriy Y. Ivanov, Lucy Hutyra, Steven C. Wofsy, J.W. Munger, Scott R. Saleska, Raimundo Cosme De Oliveira, Plinio B. Camargo, and Simone Fatichi
(2013) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Monsoonal variations of supraglacial lakes, Langtang Khola, Nepal.
E. Miles, I. Willis, N. Arnold, and F. Pellicciotti
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013).
On grain blocking, step formation, sediment transport dynamics and self-organized criticality in steep streams.
P. Molnar, and M. Saletti
(2013).
The statistical properties of intense rain storms in Switzerland and their dependencies.
Peter Molnar, Ladislav Gaál, Jan Szolgay, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
11th International Precipitation Conference : [abstracts] : 30 June - 3 July 2013, Wageningen, The Netherlands, (2013) Wageningen: Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute.
The variability in scaling properties in spatial precipitation from radar.
Peter Molnar, Athanasios Paschalis, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
Hydrofractals '13, (2013) Kos, Greece: Hydrofractals 2013.
Probabilistic approaches to the modelling of fluvial processes.
Peter Molnar
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Predicting the impacts of climate change on plant dynamics and tree-grass-shrub competition using a Cellular Automata model in a Mediterranean catchment in Sicily, Italy.
Leonardo V. Noto, Domenico Caracciolo, Simone Fatichi, and Erkan Istanbulluoglu
(2013) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Dynamic Global Vegetation Models. Parameterization challenges in a changing world.
Christoforos Pappas, Simone Fatichi, Sebastian Leuzinger, and Paolo Burlando
Climate Extremes and Biogeochemical Cycles, (2013) Seefeld, Austria: Climate Extremes and Biogeochemical Cycles.
Structural and parameterization issues of Dynamic Global Vegetation Models for long-term predictions.
Christoforos Pappas, Simone Fatichi, Sebastian Leuzinger, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
The role of local scale heterogeneities in terrestrial ecosystem functioning.
Christoforos Pappas, Simone Fatichi, Stefan Rimkus, Paolo Burlando, Markus Huber, and Harald Bugmann
(2013) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Incorporating short- and long-term vegetation dynamics in watershed modelling.
Christoforos Pappas, Simone Fatichi, Stefan Rimkus, and Paolo Burlando
(2013) Bologna, Italy: International Symposium on Distributed Hydrological Modelling.
A quick gap-filling of missing hydrometeorological data.
Christoforos Pappas, Simon-Michael Papalexiou, and Demetris Koutsoyiannis
(2013) Kos, Greece: Facets of Uncertainty.
On scaling in spatial precipitation from radar.
Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2013) Vienna, Austria: EGU.
The impact of the spatio-temporal variability of rainfall on flood generation.
Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, Simone Fatichi, Paolo Burlando, and Stefan Rimkus
11th International Precipitation Conference : [abstracts] : 30 June - 3 July 2013, Wageningen, The Netherlands, (2013) Wageningen: Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute.
Stochastic modeling of high resolution space-time precipitation fields.
Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
11th International Precipitation Conference : [abstracts] : 30 June - 3 July 2013, Wageningen, The Netherlands, (2013) Wageningen: Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute.
Air temperature distribution over a debris covered glacier in the Nepalese Himalayas.
Francesca Pellicciotti, Lene Petersen, Simon Wicki, Marco Carenzo, and Walter Immerzeel
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Mass changes of debris covered glaciers in Langtang Himal 1974-1999 revealed by Hexagon and SRTM data.
Francesca Pellicciotti, Christa Stephan, and Tobias Bolch
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Deriving supraglacial debris thickness using satellite data on the Lirung Glacier in the Nepalese Himalayas.
Lene Petersen, Simone Schauwecker, Ben Brock, Walter Immerzeel, and Francesca Pellicciotti
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
A framework for the application of physically-oriented glacio-hydrological models in the HimalayaKarakorum region based on a new approach of uncertainty evaluation.
Silvan Ragettli, and Francesca Pellicciotti
Geophysical research abstracts, (2013) Copernicus.
Modeling step-pool systems in steep streams by a cellular automaton sandpile model.
Matteo Saletti, Peter Molnar, Marwan A. Hassan, Andre E. Zimmermann, and Luigi Fraccarollo
(2013) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
The development of a hydrologic-hydraulic representation of an urbanscape. The case study of Nashville, Tennessee.
Frank Sedlar, Valeriy Y. Ivanov, Jia Xi Shao, Ujjwal Narayan, Fernando Nardi, Thomas E. Adams, Venkatesh Merwade, Daniel B. Wright, Jongho Kim, Simone Fatichi, and Ekaterina Rakhmatulina
(2013) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Flood Modelling Sensitivity to DTM Processing in Densely Settled River Corridors.
Kashif Shaad, and Paolo Burlando
Proceedings of HYDRO 2013 International, (2013) Surrey, BC: The International Journal on Hydropower & Dams.

2012

Modelling sediment transfer through the Illgraben.
G.L. Bennett, P. Molnar, B.W. McArdell, and P. Burlando
(2012) Europe Science Foundation (ESF).
Photogrammetric analysis of slope failures feeding the head of the Illgraben debris flow channel.
Georgina L. Bennett, Peter Molnar, Henri Eisenbeiss, and Brian W. McArdell
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2012) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Sediment transfer dynamics in the Illgraben.
Georgina L. Bennett, Peter Molnar, Brian W. McArdell, Fritz Schlunegger, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2012) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Climate change impacts on glaciers in the Alps.
M. Carenzo, F. Pellicciotti, R. Bordoy, and P. Burlando
(2012) ACQWA.
Assessing the influence of debris cover on Haut Glacier d'Arolla using a distributed energy-balance model.
M. Carenzo, T. Reid, F. Pellicciotti, L. Müller, and B. Brock
(2012).
Sensitivity of turbulent fluxes to wind speed over snow surfaces in different climatic settings.
R. Dadic, R. Mott, M. Lehning, M. Carenzo, B. Anderson, and A. Mackintosh
Geophysical research abstracts, (2012) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Experimental characterization of root anchoring in non-cohesive sediment.
K. Edmaier, B. Crouzy, P. Burlando, and P. Perona
River flow 2012 : Proceedings of the international conference on fluvial hydraulics, San José, Costa Rica, 5-7, (2012) London: Taylor & Francis.
On the search for vital details of climate change.
S. Fatichi
(2012).
A stochastic methodology for simulating long-term hourly time series of meteorological variables across a continuous of elevations.
Simone Fatichi, Paolo Burlando, V.Y. Ivanov, and E. Caporali
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2012) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
The “non-effect” of grassland management on local and watershed ecohydrology.
Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
(2012).
Untangling the role of elevation, aspect, and vegetation type on ecohydrological dynamics along a climate gradient in the Alps.
Simone Fatichi, V.Y. Ivanov, Stefan Rimkus, E. Caporali, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2012) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Mechanistic ecohydrological modeling as a virtual laboratory. Issues and perspectives.
Simone Fatichi
(2012).
Intense summer storms in Switzerland. Identification on the basis of lightning and a trend analysis.
L. Gaal, P. Molnar, and J. Szolgay
(2012).
Multivariate modelling of storm characteristics on the basis of copulas in Switzerland.
L. Gaal, P. Molnar, and J. Szolgay
(2012) Zurich, Switzerland: ETH.
Uncertain future for the water resources of high mountain Asia.
W.W. Immerzeel, M. Suklitsch, A. Gobiet, F. Pellicciotti, and M.F.P. Bierkens
Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, (2012).
Vegetation function and non-uniqueness of the hydrological response.
V.Y. Ivanov, Simone Fatichi, S.K. Kampf, and E. Caporali
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2012) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Runoff components in a glacierised catchment: hydrogeochemistry and isotope analysis.
I. Juszak, F. Pellicciotti, P. Schneider, and J. Seibert
(2012).
A sandpile model of grain blocking and consequences for sediment dynamics in step-pool streams.
Peter Molnar
(2012).
Evaluating assumptions and parameterization underlying process-based ecosystem models. The case of LPJ-GUESS.
C. Pappas, S. Fatichi, S. Leuzinger, and P. Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2012) European Geosciences Union.
Space time modelling of precipitation fields.
Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
(2012) Hydrology Seminar (Zhydro 2012).
Stochastic modeling of high resolution space-time precipitation fields.
Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
(2012).
Stochastic modelling of space-time precipitation fields. The STREAP model.
Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
(2012) ETH Zürich.
Stochastic space-time modelling of rain.
Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
(2012) ETH Zürich.
Future glacier evolution and consequences for the hydrology in Switzerland.
F. Pellicciotti, M. Funk, A. Bauder, and P. Burlando
(2012) NFP61 Progress Meeting 2012.
The importance of temperature and precipitation gradients water supply projections in glacierised watersheds.
F. Pellicciotti, W.W. Immerzeel, and M.F.P. Bierkens
(2012).
Climate change impacts on Asia’s water towers: what do we know?
F. Pellicciotti, and W.W. Immerzeel
(2012).
Glacio-hydrological modelling in the Langtang Basin.
F. Pellicciotti, and W.W. Immerzeel
(2012).
Mapping supraglacial debris thickness on mountain glaciers using satellite data. Validation of a new, physically-­based method.
F. Pellicciotti, S. Schauwecker, and B. Brock
(2012) International Glaciological Society.
Spatial and temporal variability of air temperature over melting glaciers.
Petersen L., and F. Pellicciotti
(2012) International Glaciological Society.
Suitability of a constant air temperature lapse rate over an Alpine glacier: Testing the Greuell and Böhm model as an alternative.
L. Petersen, F. Pellicciotti, I. Juszak, M. Carenzo, and B. Brock
(2012) Fairbanks, AK: International Glaciological Society.
Spatial and temporal variability of air temperature on a melting glacier: atmospheric controls, extrapolation methods and their effect on melt modeling, Juncal Norte Glacier.
L. Petersen, and F. Pellicciotti
(2012).
Modeling hydrological processes under the present and future climate of a high Andean watershed. Which is the appropriate model structure?
S. Ragettli, G. Cortes, J. McPhee, and F. Pellicciotti
(2012) Alpine Glaciology Meeting 2012.
Modeling the glacio-hydrological response of a Himalayan watershed to climate change using a physically-oriented distributed model: sources of model uncertainty.
S. Ragettli, W.W. Immerzeel, and F. Pellicciotti
(2012).
Assessing the spatial and temporal distribution of parameter information content for modeling runoff in a large Himalayan watershed.
S. Ragettli, and F. Pellicciotti
(2012) Hydrology Seminar (Zhydro 2012).
Glacio-­hydrological models and data scarcity. Assessing the spatial and temporal distribution of information content for modeling glacier mass balances and glacier runoff in a Central Andean watershed.
S. Ragettli, and F. Pellicciotti
(2012) International Glaciological Society.
Modeling the glacio-hydrological response of a Himalayan watershed to climate change using a physically-oriented distributed model: sources of model uncertainty.
Silvan Ragettli, and Francesca Pellicciotti
(2012) Zürich, Switzerland: ETH.
Alpine radar conversion for LAWR.
Maurizio Savina, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2012) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Local Area Weather Radar in Alpine Setting.
Maurizio Savina
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2012) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
The use of a cost-effective X-band Weather Radar in Alpine Region.
Maurizio Savina
(2012) Zürich, Switzerland: ETH.
Orographic effect on cumulative rainfall at the event time scale and its relation to meteorological conditions.
Bettina Schäppi, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
(2012) Hydrology Seminar (Zhydro 2012).
Using geochemical and isotopic chemistry to evaluate source water contributions to the hydrology of two high-elevation basins in the Himalayas of Nepal.
A.M. Wilson, M.W. Williams, A. Racoviteanu, F. Pellicciotti, I. Juszak, W.W. Immerzeel, R. Balestrini, and R. Kayastha
Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, (2012).

2011

A distributed physically based model to predict timing and spatial distribution of rainfall-induced shallow landslides.
G. Anagnostopoulos, and P. Burlando
(2011) American Geophysical Union.
Hydrological Modelling of Slope Stability.
Grigorios Anagnostopoulos, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
The role of subsurface topography and its implications on the water regime in the Urseren Valley, Switzerland.
Grigorios Anagnostopoulos, Stefan Carpentier, Markus Konz, Ria Fischer, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Near-surface temperature lapse rates in a mountainous catchment in the Chilean Andes.
Álvaro Ayala, Simone Schauwecker, Francesca Pellicciotti, and James P. McPhee
(2011) AGU Fall Meeting 2011.
Modelling uncertainty in short-term catchment erosion rates.
Georgie Bennett, Peter Molnar, Oliver Korup, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
The Illgraben sediment cascade, 1963-2009.
Georgina L. Bennett, Henri Eisenbeiss, Peter Molnar, Brian McArdell, Fritz Schlunegger, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Sediment transfer and landscape evolution by rock-slope failure and debris flows at the head of the Illgraben, Switzerland.
Georgina L. Bennett, Peter Molnar, McArdell Brian W., Henri Eisenbeiss, and Paolo Burlando
(2011) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Multisite stochastic downscaling of climate model precipitation outputs to high resolution scenarios.
Roger Bordoy, and Paolo Burlando
(2011) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Implications of Climate Change on water balances in the Alps.
Roger Bordoy, M. Carenzo, F. Pellicciotti, and Paolo Burlando
(2011) ProClim.
A parallel computational framework for the simulation of variably saturated flow based on the Cellular Automata concept using CUDA architecture.
P. Burlando, G. Anagnostopoulos, and A. Kyriakou
(2011) American Geophysical Union.
Evaluating the uncertainty of predicting future climate time series at the hourly time scale.
Enrica Caporali, Simone Fatichi, and Valeriy Yu Ivanov
(2011) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Mass balance modelling on Haut Glacier d’Arolla, Switzerland. How different levels of complexity of process representation affect predictions.
Marco Carenzo, Francesca Pellicciotti, and Paolo Burlando
(2011) AGU Fall Meeting 2011.
Reconstructing snow accumulation time series at a high Alpine site from a blending of observations and modelling.
I. Clemenzi, S. Morin, F. Pellicciotti, and Y. Lejeune
(2011) International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG).
Hydrological models and data scarcity. On the quest for a model structure appropriate for modeling water availability under the present and future climate.
Gonzalo Cortes, Silvan Ragettli, Francesca Pellicciotti, and James McPhee
(2011) AGU Fall Meeting 2011.
Using a weather generator and GCM realizations to produce an ensemble of hourly future climate time series.
Simone Fatichi, Enrica Caporali, and Valeriy Ivanov
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Modeling complex snow-vegetation-topography patterns with a physically-based approach.
Simone Fatichi, Valeriy Ivanov, and Enrica Caporali
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
The ecohydrological interaction of snow and vegetation type along a climate gradient in the Alps.
Simone Fatichi, Valeriy Yu Ivanov, Stefan Rimkus, Enrica Caporali, and Paolo Burlando
(2011) AGU Fall Meeting 2011.
Issues and perspectives of physically-based ecohydrological modeling. Crossing spatial and temporal scales.
Simone Fatichi
(2011) AGU Fall Meeting 2011.
Comparison of current and future effects of hydropower operations and climatic forcing on runoff in alpine streams.
David Finger, Ludovic Gaudard, Franco Romerio, Georg Heinrich, Andreas Gobiet, Andreas Bauder, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Assessing model sensitivity and uncertainty for a distributed enhanced temperature-index glacier melt model.
Martin Heynen, Marco Carenzo, and Francesca Pellicciotti
(2011) AGU Fall Meeting 2011.
The impact of uncertainty in climate change scenarios on projections of future water supply from the Asian water towers.
Walter W. Immerzeel, Francesca Pellicciotti, Andreas Gobiet, and Silvan Ragettli
(2011) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
The Effects of Measurement Error in Radar-derived Precipitation on Two-dimensional Scaling Estimators.
Peter Molnar, Athanasios Paschalis, and Paolo Burlando
(2011) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Power law tails in streamflow extremes. Effect of precipitation and basin properties.
Peter Molnar, Samuel Peter, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Distributed debris energy-balance modelling on Haut Glacier d’Arolla, Switzerland.
Lea Müller, Francesca Pellicciotti, Marco Carenzo, Tim Reid, and Ben Brock
(2011) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
A detailed global sensitivity analysis of the LPJ-GUESS terrestrial ecosystem model.
Christoforos Pappas, Annett Wolf, Simone Fatichi, Sebastian Leuzinger, and Paolo Burlando
(2011) AGU Fall Meeting 2011.
Dependence structure in the weights of a multiplicative random cascade model for rainfall.
Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Quantification of the effects of measurement precision on precipitation scaling estimators.
Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
A combined Poisson cluster-cascade stochastic model for temporal precipitation.
Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, Simone Fatichi, and Paolo Burlando
(2011) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
From terrestrial monitoring to non-invasive techniques for modelling river morphodynamics.
Nicola Pasquale, P. Perona, A. Wombacher, U. Villero, P. Sekarsary, and Paolo Burlando
(2011) Eawag.
Non-invasive calibration technique of a 2D hydrodynamic model based on pattern recognition and digital mapping.
Nicola Pasquale, Umberto Villero, Andreas Wombacher, Paolo Perona, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Spatial and temporal variability of air temperature on a melting glacier. Atmospheric controls, extrapolation methods and their effect on melt modelling.
Francesca Pellicciotti, Lena Petersen, and Marco Carenzo
(2011) AGU Fall Meeting 2011.
Can we use detailed glaciological knowledge to improve simulations of long term hydrological response of glacierised catchments? A case study in the dry Andes of Chile.
S. Ragettli, F. Pellicciotti, J. Helbing, and Paolo Burlando
(2011) Société Hydrotechnique de France.
Precipitation field driven weather radar conversion.
Maurizio Savina, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Precipitation measurements in the Alpine environment by a cost-effective X-band weather radar.
Maurizio Savina, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Precipitation gradients along hillslopes estimated from rain gauge transects.
Bettina Schäppi, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2011) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Forecasting spatial plant dynamics under future climate change in a semiarid savanna ecosystem with complex topography.
Xiaochi Zhou, Simone Fatichi, Erkan Istanbulluoglu, and Enrique R. Vivoni
(2011) San Francisco: American Geophysical Union.

2010

Modelling the runoff regime of the glacierised upper Aconcagua River Basin using a physically-based distributed hydrological model. The value of short term glaciological observations.
Silvan Ragettli, F. Pellicciotti, Darcy Molnar, S. Rimkus, J. Helbing, Fernando Escobar, and Paolo Burlando
(2010).
Parameterization for wind-induced preferential deposition of snow.
R. Dadic, R. Mott, M. Lehning, and Paolo Burlando
Hydrological processes, (2010) Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
Cellular Automata modeling of shallow landslides.
G.G. Anagnostopoulos, M. Konz, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2010) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Modelling sediment transfer through mountain basins (SedyMONT).
G.L. Bennett, P. Molnar, O. Korup, and B. McArdell
(2010) TOPO-EUROPE.
Modeling sediment transfer through mountain basins.
Georgie Bennett, Peter Molnar, and Oliver Korup
NGF Abstracts & Proceedings of the Geological Society of Norway, (2010) Trondheim: Geological Society of Norway.
Modelling sediment transfer through mountain basins.
Georgina L. Bennett, P. Molnar, O. Korup, and B. McArdell
Landscapes Into Rock, September 2010 : Book of Abstracts, (2010) London: The Geological Society.
Modelling sediment transfer through mountain basins.
Georgina L. Bennett, Peter Molnar, Oliver Korup, and Brian McArdell
Abstract Volume : 8th Swiss Geoscience Meeting : Fribourg, 19th – 20th November 2010, (2010) Fribourg: Department of Geosciences of the University of Fribourg and the Platform Geosciences of the Swiss Academy of Sciences (SCNAT).
Bias correction of a Regional Climate Model in an orographically complex region.
Roger Bordoy, and Paolo Burlando
(2010) AGU Fall Meeting 2010.
Modeling distributed glacier ablation for climate change simulations. Comparison of an energy-balance and an enhanced temperature-index model.
Marco Carenzo, Francesca Pellicciotti, and Paolo Burlando
(2010) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Modelling distributed glacier ablation. A comparison of a distributed energy balance and a distributed enhanced temperature index models.
Marco Carenzo, Francesca Pellicciotti, Ruzica Dadic, and Paolo Burlando
(2010) Università degli Studi di Milano.
Modelling distributed glacier ablation for future climate change simulations. Which models are more appropriate?
Marco Carenzo, Francesca Pellicciotti, Ruzica Dadic, and Paolo Burlando
(2010) Perth College.
Modelling distributed glacier ablation on Haut Glacier d’Arolla, Switzerland. A comparison of an energy-balance and an enhanced temperature-index model.
Marco Carenzo, Francesca Pellicciotti, Ruzica Dadic, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2010) Katlenberg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Modelling distributed ablation on Juncal Norte Glacier, dry Andes of central Chile.
Marco Carenzo, Francesca Pellicciotti, Jakob Helbing, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2010) Katlenberg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Including the effects of debris cover in a distributed glacier energy balance model.
Marco Carenzo, Tim Reid, Francesca Pellicciotti, Ben Brock, and Paolo Burlando
(2010) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Reconstructing winter snowpack accumulation from energy balance simulations in alpine glacierised basins.
I. Clemenzi, M. Carenzo, S. Morin, and F. Pellicciotti
(2010) American Geophysical Union.
Exploring mechanisms of root erosion by flood in laboratory experiments.
K. Edmaier, and Paolo Perona
(2010) Munich, Germany: European Geosciences Union.
The role of a coarse surface layer in impeding evaporation from gravel bars.
Katharina Edmaier, Peter Molnar, Clémentine Cyprien, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2010) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
On the integration of APUNCH data into the Swiss Experiment data portal.
D. Finger, B. Schäppi, M. Savina, and Paolo Burlando
(2010) Lake Tahoe, CA: International Snow Science Workshop 2010 (ISSW 2010).
Niederschlag-Abfluss-Modellierung für die Planung und Betrieb von Wasserkraftwerken.
David Finger, Markus Konz, Francesca Pellicciotti, Stefan Rimkus, Darcy Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Mitteilungen des Lehrstuhls und Instituts für Wasserbau und Wasserwirtschaft der Rheinisch-Westfälischen Technischen Hochschule Aachen, (2010) Aachen: Shaker.
Predicting future water resources in remote areas around the world.
David Finger, Markus Konz, Stefan Rimkus, and Paolo Burlando
(2010) Bern: ETH Zürich, Institute of Environmental Engineering.
On the value of glacier mass balances, satellite snow cover images and hourly discharge for calibration of a physically-based, distributed hydrological model.
David Finger, F. Pellicciotti, M. Konz, S. Rimkus, and Paolo Burlando
(2010) Perth College.
Calibration of a distributed hydrological model for simulations of remote glacierized Himalayan catchments using MODIS snow cover data.
M. Konz, D. Finger, C. Bürgi, S. Normand, W. Immerzeel, J. Merz, A. Giriraj, and Paolo Burlando
IAHS publication, (2010) Wallingford: IAHS Press.
Flood-induced changes in the step-pool morphology of a steep mountain stream.
Peter Molnar, Alexander L. Densmore, Brian W. McArdell, Jens M. Turowski, and Paolo Burlando
Abstract Volume : 8th Swiss Geoscience Meeting : Fribourg, 19th-20th November 2010, (2010) Fribourg: Universitas Friburgensis, Department of Geosciences.
Statistical tools to detect change in geophysical data.
Peter Molnar
Abstracts and Proceedings of the Geological Society of Norway, (2010) Trondheim, Norway: Geological Society of Norway.
Simulating the runoff regime of a data scarce glacierised Himalayan catchment. The information content of different calibration strategies and data sets.
Sylviane Normand, Markus Konz, and Francesca Pellicciotti
(2010) American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Uncertainty in the calibration and simulation of precipitation with a discrete multiplicative random cascade.
Athanasios Paschalis, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
(2010).
Morphodynamic evolution of the restored reach of the Thur river in Switzerland.
Nicola Pasquale, Paolo Perona, Paolo Burlando, and Prima Woro Sakersari
(2010) ETH Zurich, Competence Center Environment and Sustainability (CCES).
The role of river hydrology on Salix shoot and root survival statistics on the alluvial sediment of a restored river corridor.
Nicola Pasquale, Paolo Perona, Francesca Verones, Robert Francis, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2010) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Atmospheric controls of the energy balance of Haut Glacier d’Arolla, Swiss Alps.
Francesca Pellicciotti, Marco Carenzo, Jakob Helbing, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2010) Katlenberg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Changes with elevation in the energy balance of an Andean Glacier, Juncal Norte Glacier, dry Andes of central Chile.
Francesca Pellicciotti, Jakob Helbing, Marco Carenzo, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2010) Katlenberg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Conceptual melt models. The past or valuable tools for future scenarios?
Francesca Pellicciotti, Markus Konz, and Marco Carenzo
(2010) American Geophysical Union.
The Role of Hydrologic Disturbances on Biomass Erosion Dynamics. First Results from Riverine Experiments.
P. Perona, P. Molnar, J. Jiang, C. Camporeale, E. Perucca, R. Francis, and A. Gurnell
Proceedings of the HYDRALAB III Joint User Meeting, Hannover, February 2010, (2010) Hannover: Coastal Research Centre (FZK).
Unravelling floods selection mechanisms for vegetation from laboratory experiments and implications for river restoration efficiency.
Eliana Perucca, Peter Molnar, Robert Francis, and Paola Perona
Geophysical research abstracts, (2010) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Modelling the runoff regime of the glacierised upper Aconcagua River Basin using a distributed hydrological model. A multi-criteria approach for simulations of glacier and snow melt contributions to streamflow.
Silvan Ragettli, Francesca Pellicciotti, Darcy Molnar, Stefan Rimkus, Jakob Helbing, Fernando Escobar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2010) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
A local area weather radar on the Klein Matterhorn.
Maurizio Savina, and Paolo Burlando
(2010) ETH Zurich.
The highest X-band radar in Europe. First achievements.
Maurizio Savina, and Paolo Burlando
Proc. 6th European Conf. on Radar in Meteorology and Hydrology: Adv. in Radar Technology, Sibiu, Romania, (2010) National Meteorological Administration, Romania.
A Local Area Weather Radar for the canton of Wallis.
Maurizio Savina, Annick Fardel, and Paolo Burlando
(2010) ETH Zurich, Competence Center Environment and Sustainability (CCES).
Long-term persistence in radar precipitation in complex terrain.
Maurizio Savina, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
(2010) University of Coimbra.
A statistical comparison of electronic weighing and tipping-bucket precipitation gauging for snowfall.
Maurizio Savina, Bettina Schaeppi, Peter Molnar, Paolo Burlando, and Boris Sevruk
Geophysical research abstracts, (2010) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Terrestrial photography of a restored river corridor and related information content about its evolution dynamics.
Nadine Taube, Nicola Pasquale, Alessandro Agazzi, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2010) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.

2009

Comparison of recording precipitation gauges. Tipping-bucket ANETZ and electronic weighing system MPS.
Maurizio Savina, Bettina Schaeppi, Peter Molnar, Paolo Burlando, and Boris Sevruk
Rainfall in the urban context : forecasting, risks and climate change, (2009) Zürich: Institute of Environmental Engineering.

2008

On the importance of including the heat conduction into the snow and icepack in glacier energy-balance modelling.
M. Carenzo, F. Pellicciotti, S. Rimkus, J. Helbing, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2008) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Modeling winter snow distribution with ALPINE3D and parameterization of snow erosion and deposition for use in other applications.
R. Dadic, R. Mott, M. Lehning, J.G. Corripio, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2008) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Mass-balance estimates for Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland, from 2000 to 2006 using DEMs and distributed mass-balance modeling.
Ruzica Dadic, Javier G. Corripio, and Paolo Burlando
Annals of glaciology, (2008) Cambridge: International Glaciological Society.
Development of a comprehensive experimental installation for monitoring the morphodynamic evolution of restored river corridors.
Z. Jiang, Paolo Perona, P. Molnar, M. Bosco, J. Corripio, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2008) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Scaling and variability in steps in steep mountain streams.
P. Molnar, A. Densmore, B. McArdell, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2008) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Floodplain forest dynamics in a hydrologically altered mountain river.
Peter Molnar, Marius V. Birsan, Virgine Favre, Paolo Perona, Paolo Burlando, and Christophe Randin
Peckiana. Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Görlitz, (2008) Görlitz: Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde.
A probabilistic approach to sediment-vegetation interactions in an Alpine braided river. Part I: The sediment model.
P. Perona, P. Molnar, M. Savina, and P. Burlando
(2008) Christchurch: International Commission on Continental Erosion (ICCE).
Minimalist models of Alpine hydrological processes and their relation to climate.
P. Perona
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2008) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Stochastic sediment. Vegetation dynamics in an Alpine braided river.
Paolo Perona, P. Molnar, M. Savina, and Paolo Burlando
IAHS publication, (2008) Wallingford: IAHS Press.
Using aerial photography to detect riparian vegetation change in an alpine braided river affected by streamflow regulation.
M. Savina, P. Molnar, Paolo Perona, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2008) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Stochastic sediment-vegetation dynamics in an Alpine braided river.
M. Savina, Paolo Perona, P. Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
IAHS Publication, (2008) Wallingford: IAHS Press.
Integrating river bathymetry data with Digital Terrain Models for improved river flow simulations.
B. Schäppi, Paolo Perona, P. Schneider, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2008) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.

2007

A study of the transferability and robustness of an enhanced temperature-index model.
Marco Carenzo, Francesca Pellicciotti, Stefan Rimkus, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2007) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Sensitivity of the energy balance to measuring height of input variables.
R. Dadic, J.G. Corripio, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2007) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
On use of hydrologic and geologic data for model development and simulation of integrated groundwater-surface water systems.
L. Foglia, S.W. Mehl, M.C. Hill, and P. Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2007) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Seasonal and regional variability in scaling properties and correlation structure of high resolution precipitation data in a highly heterogeneous mountain environment (Switzerland).
Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Proceedings of annual meeting AGU Front Range Branch Hydrology Days, (2007) Fort Collins, Colo.: Hydrology Days.
Towards a better understanding of Swiss mountain hydrology. A regional analysis using PREVAH.
D. Molnár, and M. Zappa
Geophysical research abstracts, (2007) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Mechanistic modelling of glaciated Alpine basins. Case studies.
P. Perona, N. Pasquale, and D. Molnar
Geophysical research abstracts, (2007) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Mechanistic modelling of glaciated Alpine basins. Model development.
Paolo Perona, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical Research Abstracts, (2007) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.

2006

On geometrical scaling of Cayley trees and river networks.
Peter Molnar
Journal of hydrology, (2006) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
An appraisal of different models for river-vegetation mutual interactions.
M. Birsan, Paolo Perona, P. Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2006) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Mapping rainfall triggered soil slips at the hillslope scale. A case study in the Bernese Oberland (Switzerland).
B. Bisanti, P. Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2006) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Use of cross validation to analyze predictive capabilities of alternative groundwater models.
Laura Foglia, Steffen W. Mehl, Mary C. Hill, and Paolo Burlando
MODFLOW and More 2006. Managing ground-water systems. Proceedings, Volume 1, (2006) Golden, CO, USA: International Ground Water Modeling Center.
Exploring Models and Data Using Sensitivity Analysis.
Mary C. Hill, Laura Foglia, Gilbert Barth, Steffen Mehl, and Paolo Burlando
HydroEco '2006 : international conference on hydrology and ecology: the groundwater/ecology connection : 11-14 September 2006, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic : proceedings, (2006) Prague: Czech Association of Hydrogeologists.
Impact of storm rainfall variability on urban drainage system performance.
P. Molnar, R. Lüscher, and R. Hausherr
Extreme precipitation, multisource data measurement and uncertainty, (2006) Zürich: IfU.
Floodplain forest dynamics in a hydrologically altered mountain river.
P. Molnar, M. Sturzenegger, M.V. Birsan, W. Ruf, Paolo Perona, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2006) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Distributed rainfall-runoff modelling of Swiss mountainous basins. Effects of scale on modelling parameters.
D. Molnár
Geophysical research abstracts, (2006) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Establishing objective criteria to estimate environmental marginal benefit functions. An example for fluvial systems.
P. Perona, D. Dürrentmatt, M. Ospelt, and P. Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2006) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Reconstructing mechanistic models for alpine basin hydro-climatic dynamics from observed data.
Paolo Perona, and Paolo Burlando
AGU-Hydrology Days 2006, (2006) Fort Collins, CO: Colorado State University.
In-line extraction of rheological flow curves at constant production rate.
Paolo Perona, and Sebastiano Sordo
Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Food Rheology and Structure, (2006) Zürich: Laboratory of Food Science and Nutrition, ETH.
Modelling river-aquifer interaction and their ecological relevance in an alpine floodplain.
W. Ruf, L. Foglia, M. Sturzenegger, M.V. Birsan, P. Molnar, Paolo Perona, and Paolo Burlando
HydroEco '2006 : international conference on hydrology and ecology: the groundwater/ecology connection : 11-14 September 2006, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic : proceedings, (2006) Prague: Czech Association of Hydrogeologists.
Coupling of a groundwater and surface water model for integrated floodplain water management.
Wolfgang Ruf, Laura Foglia, Paolo Perona, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Geophysical research abstracts, (2006) Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus.
Kopplung eines hydrodynamischen Strömungsmodells und eines Grundwassermodells.
Wolfgang Ruf, Paolo Perona, Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Dresdner wasserbauliche Mitteilungen, (2006) Dresden: Technische Universität Dresden, Fakultät Bauingenieurwesen, Institut für Wasserbau und Technische Hydromechanik.
History of precipitation measurement intercomparisons. The WMO role.
B. Sevruk, M. Ondras, and P. Molnar
Extreme precipitation, multisource data measurement and uncertainty, (2006) Zürich: IfU.

2005

Improvement of a numerical snow drift model and field validation.
Yves Durand, Gilbert Guyomarc'h, Laurent Mérindol, and Javier G. Corripio
Cold regions science and technology, (2005) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Preservation of rainfall properties in stochastic disaggregation by a simple random cascade model.
Peter Molnar, and Paolo Burlando
Atmospheric research, (2005) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Precipitation in Urban Areas, 6th International Workshop on Precipitation in Urban Areas.
Thomas Einfalt, Peter Molnar, and Willi Schmid
Atmospheric research, (2005) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Calibration strategies for a groundwater model in a highly danymic alpine floodplain.
L. Foglia, M.V. Birsan, P. Burlando, M.C. Hill, and S.W. Mehl
International Conference on Finite Element Models, MODFLOW, and More: solving groundwater problems : 13-16 September, Karlovy Vary, Cyech Republik : proceedings, (2005) Karlovy Vary: International Conference on Finite Element Models (MODFLOW) 2013.

2004

On the correlation between the Bostwick degree and the rheological properties of food fluids.
P. Perona, and S. Sordo
XXIX Convegno di idraulica e costruzioni idrauliche, (2004) Castrolibero: Bios, 2004.
 
 
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