Axel Bronstert
Axel Bronstert
Institute for Environmental Science and Geography, University of Potsdam
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Effects of climate and land‐use change on storm runoff generation: present knowledge and modelling capabilities
A Bronstert, D Niehoff, G Bürger
Hydrological processes 16 (2), 509-529, 2002
Land-use impacts on storm-runoff generation: scenarios of land-use change and simulation of hydrological response in a meso-scale catchment in SW-Germany
D Niehoff, U Fritsch, A Bronstert
Journal of hydrology 267 (1-2), 80-93, 2002
Rainfall—runoff response, event-based runoff coefficients and hydrograph separation
T Blume, E Zehe, A Bronstert
Hydrological Sciences Journal 52 (5), 843-862, 2007
Floods and climate change: interactions and impacts
A Bronstert
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 23 (3), 545-557, 2003
Assessing the impact of land use change on hydrology by ensemble modeling (LUCHEM). I: Model intercomparison with current land use
L Breuer, JA Huisman, P Willems, H Bormann, A Bronstert, BFW Croke, ...
Advances in water resources 32 (2), 129-146, 2009
Climate change, land use change and runoff prediction in the Rhine–Meuse basins
L Pfister, J Kwadijk, A Musy, A Bronstert, L Hoffmann
River research and applications 20 (3), 229-241, 2004
Groundwater–surface water interactions in a North German lowland floodplain–implications for the river discharge dynamics and riparian water balance
S Krause, A Bronstert, E Zehe
Journal of hydrology 347 (3-4), 404-417, 2007
Loss of reservoir volume by sediment deposition and its impact on water availability in semiarid Brazil
JC De Araújo, A Güntner, A Bronstert
Hydrological Sciences Journal 51 (1), 157-170, 2006
Modelling of runoff generation and soil moisture dynamics for hillslopes and micro-catchments
A Bronstert, EJ Plate
Journal of Hydrology 198 (1-4), 177-195, 1997
Representation of landscape variability and lateral redistribution processes for large-scale hydrological modelling in semi-arid areas
A Güntner, A Bronstert
Journal of Hydrology 297 (1-4), 136-161, 2004
Plot and field scale soil moisture dynamics and subsurface wetness control on runoff generation in a headwater in the Ore Mountains
E Zehe, T Graeff, M Morgner, A Bauer, A Bronstert
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (6), 873-889, 2010
Integrating wetlands and riparian zones in river basin modelling
FF Hattermann, V Krysanova, A Habeck, A Bronstert
Ecological modelling 199 (4), 379-392, 2006
Assessing flood risk for a rural detention area
S Förster, B Kuhlmann, KE Lindenschmidt, A Bronstert
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 8 (2), 311-322, 2008
Regional integrated modelling of climate change impacts on natural resources and resource usage in semi-arid Northeast Brazil
MS Krol, A Bronstert
Environmental Modelling & Software 22 (2), 259-268, 2007
Rainfall‐runoff modelling for assessing impacts of climate and land‐use change
A Bronstert
Hydrological Processes 18 (3), 567-570, 2004
Assessing the impact of land use change on hydrology by ensemble modelling (LUCHEM) II: Ensemble combinations and predictions
NR Viney, H Bormann, L Breuer, A Bronstert, BFW Croke, H Frede, T Gräff, ...
Advances in water resources 32 (2), 147-158, 2009
Climate change impacts on the seasonality and generation processes of floods–projections and uncertainties for catchments with mixed snowmelt/rainfall regimes
K Vormoor, D Lawrence, M Heistermann, A Bronstert
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 19 (2), 913-931, 2015
Modelling river discharge for large drainage basins: from lumped to distributed approach
V Krysanova, A Bronstert, DI Müller-Wohlfeil
Hydrological Sciences Journal 44 (2), 313-331, 1999
Capabilities and limitations of detailed hillslope hydrological modelling
A Bronstert
Hydrological Processes 13 (1), 21-48, 1999
Soil moisture estimation under low vegetation cover using a multi-angular polarimetric decomposition
T Jagdhuber, I Hajnsek, A Bronstert, KP Papathanassiou
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 51 (4), 2201-2215, 2012
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