Dr. Ingo Heidbüchel
I'm interested in how hydrologic processes interact to create the hydrologic and hydrochemical catchment response that we observe. How fast do catchments conduct water (transit time) and what controls the speed of their reaction to rain events (response time)?
Heidbüchel, I., Güntner, A., Blume, T. (2016): Use of cosmic-ray neutron sensors for soil moisture monitoring in forests. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 20, p. 1269-1288.
van der Velde, Y., Heidbüchel, I., Lyon, S. W., Nyberg, L., Rodhe, A., Bishop, K., Troch, P. A. (2015): Consequences of mixing assumptions for time-variable travel time distributions. Hydrological Processes, 29, 16, p. 3460-3474.
Heidbüchel, I., Troch, P. A., Lyon, S. W. (2013): Separating physical and meteorological controls of variable transit times in zero-order catchments. Water Resources Research, 49, 11, p. 7644-7657.
Heidbüchel, I., Troch, P. A., Lyon, S. W., Weiler, M. (2012): The master transit time distribution of variable flow systems. Water Resources Research, 48, 6.
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