15. Apr 2021
We are happy to announce the release of the massiveof GSTools.
23. Feb 2021
11. Feb 2021A preprint of the article "Data Driven High Resolution Modeling and Spatial Analyses of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Germany" by Schüler et al. is now available.
4. Feb 2021
9. Dec 2020New paper on "Strong hydroclimatic controls on vulnerability to subsurface nitrate contamination across Europe" by Kumar et al., published in Nature Communications
12. Nov 2020
Starting next year, two Helmholtz knowledge transfer projects will be funded at the UFZ. The Water Resources Information System Germany WIS-D () lead in CHS and the forest monitor headed in the Department CLE.
8. Nov 2020
FALLING WALLS CIRCLE TABLE: BREAKTHROUGHS IN WATER DIAGNOSIS
with A. CURRY, J. MCDONNELL, J. ROSE, L. SAMANIEGO
Three international experts working on Water Diagnosis methods meet at the World Science Summit (last Nov. 8) to discuss insights of past achievements and the next walls that need to be torn-down to improve water management.
20. Dez 2019
Rakovec et al. (2019): "Diagnostic Evaluation of Large‐Domain Hydrologic Models Calibrated Across the Contiguous United States", Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
1. Dez 2019
Samaniego et al. (2019): "Hydrological Forecasts and Projections for Improved Decision-Making in the Water Sector in Europe", Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
5. Juni 2019
1. Jun 2018
Jing, M. et al. (2018): "Improved regional-scale groundwater representation by the coupling of the mesoscale Hydrologic Model (mHM v5.7) to the groundwater model OpenGeoSys (OGS)", Geosci. Model Dev.
3. Mai 2018WRR Editors’ Highlight: Zink et al. 2018: "Conditioning a Hydrologic Model Using Patterns of Remotely Sensed Land Surface Temperature"
23. Apr 2018
Samaniego et al. (2018): "Anthropogenic warming exacerbates European soil moisture droughts", Nature Climate Change Zeile nach oben verschieben
24. Mär 2018
Zink, M. (2018): "Conditioning a hydrologic model using patterns of remotely sensed land surface temperature", Water Resour. Res.
3. Jan 2018
16. Nov 2017
1. Sep 2017
Samaniego et al. (2017), "Toward seamless hydrologic predictions across spatial scales", HESS