School of Young Researchers IWP 
Modelling and forecasting of river flows and managing hydrological risks: towards a new generation of methods
School for Young Scientists

Moscow, 21-25 September, 2020
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Alexander Gelfan, Director of Water Problems Institute, Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and
Dimitri Solomatine, Professor of Hydroinformatics, IHE Delft Institute for Water Education and Delft University of Technology
The School is organised by the Department of river basin hydrology (Water Problems Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences).

The School is organised with the financial support from the Russian Science Foundation
(grant No 17-77-30006).

Expected audience: Master and PhD students, young scientists in hydrology and other areas.
Lecturers at the School are leading world experts in studying the river basins, mathematical modelling and forecasting of river flow processes, and extreme hydrological events driven by climatic changes and anthropogenic impacts on watersheds.
School will take place in Water Problems Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences. In case of possible epidemiological restrictions for travelling of lecturers and participants, delivery of lectures may be online via Internet.
Number of School participants allowed to be physically present in the lecture hall may be unfortunately limited due to the epidemiological constraints of social distancing.
Our Lecturers
Director of the Water Problems Institute RAS
Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
Flood disaster in Japan and Asia, case study and potential impact of climate change
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Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
Flood and adaptation strategies in China
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INRAE, France
The elasticity of streamflow to climate variables
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University of Stuttgart, Germany
Data or models, where do we have to improve to get better hydrological model results?
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The National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Climate of the past and present, and its hydrological relevance
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Polish Academy of Sciences
Climate variability impact on intense precipitation and floods
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University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Runoff generation processes and how to develop a perceptual model for numerical watershed modelling
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Director of Forecasts, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), UK
Operational perspective on sub-seasonal forecasts
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Global Institute for Water Security, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Using Advances in Hydrological Science to Conceptualise and Parameterise Hydrological Process Models in Data Poor Basins
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University of Illinois, USA
Mega-trends in the Growth of Hydrologic Understanding: From Newton to Darwin to Wegener
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Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands
Advances in Quantitative Precipitation Estimation and Forecasting for Hydrological Applications
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Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China
Hydrological modeling in the era of big data: process-based versus data-driven models
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University of Bristol, UK
Using Classification and Similarity for Global Hydrological Prediction
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Water Problems Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences
119333 Gubkina str., 3, Moscow, Russia

Eughenia Novikova
evn65@yandex.ru
Tatiana Fedorova tatiana.fyodorova@gmail.com

GELFAN Alexander Ph.D., Dr. Sc. in Phys. & Math

 Director Water Problems Institute of RAS

Contacts:

Water Problems Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences

3 Gubkina ul., 119333 Moscow, Russia

Phone: +7 (499)135-5456

E-mail: hydrowpi@iwp.ru


Education:

1977-1982 Studies in Moscow State University, Dep. of Hydrology, Faculty of Geography, Moscow, Russia

1982 M.Sс. (Hydrology), Moscow State University, Faculty of Geography, Moscow, Russia

1989 Ph.D. Geography (Hydrology and Water Resources), Water Problems Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Dissertation: Dynamic-stochastic models of river runoff generation, Advisor: Prof. Lev Kuchment

Degree

2019 Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences

2007 Doctor of Science (Habilitation), Physics and Mathematics (Hydrology and Water Resources), Water Problems Institute of RAS, Moscow, Russia


Professional Experience:

2018- to date, Director, Water Problems Institute of RAS

2016-to date, Professor of Hydrology, Moscow State University, Dep. of Hydrology, Faculty of Geography

2011- to date, Head of Watershed Hydrology Lab., Water Problems Institute of RAS 1995-1996, Visiting Scientist in the Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI, USA)

1985-2018, Young to Senior Scientist to Deputy Director, Water Problems Institute of RAS

1982-1985, Post-graduate student, Water Problems Institute of RAS


Areas of Expertise:

Hydrological cycle processes

Cold region hydrology

Hydrological modeling

Climate impact assessment

Flood risk assessment

Ensemble hydrological forecasts


Awards and Scholarships

2019 Honorary Worker in Science and High Technologies, Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Russian Federation

1995 One-year scholarship from the Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI, USA) in the framework of the project “Development and Applications of a Deterministic-Stochastic Model of Urban Runoff and Water Quality”


Participation in Professional Associations

2007-2018 – International Commission on Snow and Ice Hydrology (ICSIH) of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS), Vice-President (elected in 2007), Secretary (elected in 2016) 2013 – to date – Chair of the IAHS “Panta Rhei” Working Group on Physics of Hydrological Predictability


Professional Activities:

2017-to date Leading Author of the IPCC WGII 6th Assessment Report

2015 – to date – Bureau member of the National Geophysical Committee of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG)

2013- to date – Member of the Scientific Council on Climate of the Russian Academy of Sciences

2010- to date – Member of the National Committee on System Analysis of the Russian Academy of Sciences

2009- to date – Vice-Chairman of the National Council on Water Resources of the Russian Academy of Sciences


International and Russian Research Projects Management (since 2015)

2016 – to date Water-Regional sector in the Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project (ISIMIP) (Group Leader)

2019-to date Project “Research and modeling of possible scenarios for the formation of extreme paleohydrological phenomena in the Caspian basin after the Last Glacial Maximum” Russian Science Foundation (Coordinator and Principal Investigator)

2019-2020 Project “Developing recommendations for flood risk management and protection of the Tulun city within the Iya River Basin” Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Irkutsk Region (Group Leader)

2015-2019 Project “Modeling physical mechanisms of sensitivity of hydrological extremes to climate change” Russian Science Foundation (Coordinator and Principal Investigator)

2015-2017 Project “Uncertainty of large-basin hydrological response to climate change: research on the basis of ensemble experiments with hydrological and climate models”, Russian Foundation for Basic Research (Coordinator and Principal Investigator)


Editorial Activities in International Journals

2004- 2019 – Topical Editor, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (HESS).

2009- to date – Topical Editor, Earth System Science Data (ESSD)

2009- to date – Editor, Water Resources (in Russ.)

2017-to date – Editor, Russian J. Earth Sciences

Vazken ANDRÉASSIAN PhD, Dr Hab

Director

HYCAR Research Unit

Fields of expertise

Hydrology – Watershed Management – Water Resources – Hydrological Modelling – Floods

– Low-flows – Forest Hydrology


Degrees

2005 Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris

2002 PhD in Hydrology, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris

1992 Ingénieur du Génie Rural, des Eaux et des Forêts, ENGREF, Paris

1992 Master of Sciences, Watershed Management, University of Arizona, Tucson

1990 Agricultural Engineer, Institut National Agronomique, Paris


Languages

French, English & Armenian - fluent

German - almost fluent

Russian - notions


Publications in Scientific Journals [by themes]

n° ORCID: 0000-0001-7124-9303          H-index according to the WOS: 38

1 ‘GR’ Models

2 Turc-Mezentsev Formula & Turc-Budyko nondimensional graph

3 Philosophical Issues in Hydrology

4 Hydrology of Ungaged Basins

5 Quantitative Evaluation of Hydrological models

6 Calibration of Hydrological Models

7 Sensitivity Analysis of Hydrological Models

8 Rainfall Input to Hydrological Models

9 Snow Hydrology and High Mountains

10 Hydrology and Uncertainties

11 Low Flows Simulation and Forecasting

12 Evapotranspiration Input to Hydrological Models

13 Intercatchment Groundwater Flows

14 Hydrological Models: Lumping and Distribution

15 Flood Forecasting & Model Updating

16 Inundation Modeling

17 Forest Hydrology

18 Climatic Variability, Climate Change, Changing Catchments &

Model Extrapolation Capacity

19 Smart Tricks for Hydrological Modelling

20 Model Comparisons

21 Model Coupling

22 Water Resources

23 Water Quality Modelling

24 Satellite Rainfall

25 Hydrological Maps

26 Other Topics

27 For children

Yukiko Hirabayashi

Professor, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan

Fields of expertise
·       Architecture and Civil Engineering
·       Regional Environment Systems
·       Department of Civil Engineering
Publications in Scientific Journals
2020
·       Estimation of Direct and Indirect Economic Losses Caused by a Flood With Long-Lasting Inundation: Application to the 2011 Thailand Flood
Tanoue, M., Taguchi, R., Nakata, S., Watanabe, S., Fujimori, S. & Hirabayashi, Y., 2020 May 1,In : Water Resources Research. 56, 5, e2019WR026092.
·       Machine-learning classification of debris-covered glaciers using a combination of Sentinel-1/-2 (SAR/optical), Landsat 8 (thermal) and digital elevation data
Alifu, H., Vuillaume, J. F., Johnson, B. A. & Hirabayashi, Y., 2020 Nov 15, In :Geomorphology. 369, 107365.
2019
·       Dependence of economic impacts of climate change on anthropogenically directed pathways
Takakura, J., Fujimori, S., Hanasaki, N., Hasegawa, T., Hirabayashi, Y., Honda, Y., Iizumi, T., Kumano, N., Park, C., Shen, Z., Takahashi, K., Tamura, M., Tanoue, M., Tsuchida, K., Yokoki, H., Zhou, Q., Oki, T. & Hijioka, Y., 2019 Oct 1,In : Nature Climate Change. 9, 10, p. 737-741 5 p.
·       Event-to-event intensification of the hydrologic cycle from 1.5 °C to a 2 °C warmer world
Madakumbura, G. D., Kim, H., Utsumi, N., Shiogama, H., Fischer, E. M., Seland, Ø., Scinocca, J. F., Mitchell, D. M., Hirabayashi, Y. & Oki, T., 2019 Dec 1, In :Scientific Reports. 9, 1, 3483.
·       GlacierMIP-A model intercomparison of global-scale glacier mass-balance models and projections
Hock, R., Bliss, A., Marzeion, B. E. N., Giesen, R. H., Hirabayashi, Y., Huss, M., Radic, V. & Slangen, A. B. A., 2019 Jun 1, In : Journal of Glaciology. 65, 251, p. 453-467 15 p.
·       Publisher Correction: Dependence of economic impacts of climate change on anthropogenically directed pathways (Nature Climate Change, (2019), 9, 10, (737-741), 10.1038/s41558-019-0578-6)
Takakura, J., Fujimori, S., Hanasaki, N., Hasegawa, T., Hirabayashi, Y., Honda, Y., Iizumi, T., Kumano, N., Park, C., Shen, Z., Takahashi, K., Tamura, M., Tanoue, M., Tsuchida, K., Yokoki, H., Zhou, Q., Oki, T. & Hijioka, Y., 2019 Nov 1, In : Nature Climate Change. 9, 11, p. 894 1 p.
·       Quantifying the range of future glacier mass change projections caused by differences among observed past-climate datasets
Watanabe, M., Yanagawa, A., Watanabe, S., Hirabayashi, Y. & Kanae, S., 2019 Aug 15, In : Climate Dynamics. 53, 3-4, p. 2425-2435 11 p.
·       Sensitivity of Global Hydrological Simulations to Groundwater Capillary Flux Parameterizations
Koirala, S., Kim, H., Hirabayashi, Y., Kanae, S. & Oki, T., 2019 Jan, In : Water Resources Research. 55, 1, p. 402-425 24 p.
2018
·       Broad threat to humanity from cumulative climate hazards intensified by greenhouse gas emissions
Mora, C., Spirandelli, D., Franklin, E. C., Lynham, J., Kantar, M. B., Miles, W., Smith, C. Z., Freel, K., Moy, J., Louis, L. V., Barba, E. W., Bettinger, K., Frazier, A. G., Colburn IX, J. F., Hanasaki, N., Hawkins, E., Hirabayashi, Y., Knorr, W., Little, C. M., Emanuel, K. & 3 others, , 2018 Dec 1, In : Nature Climate Change. 8, 12, p. 1062-1071 10 p.
·       Corrigendum: The credibility challenge for global fluvial flood risk analysis (Environmental Research Letters (2016) 11 (094014) DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/11/9/094014/meta)
Trigg, M. A., Birch, C. E., Neal, J. C., Bates, P. D., Smith, A., Sampson, C. C., Yamazaki, D., Hirabayashi, Y., Pappenberger, F., Dutra, E., Ward, P. J., Winsemius, H. C., Salamon, P., Dottori, F., Rudari, R., Kappes, M. S., Simpson, A. L., Hadzilacos, G. & Fewtrell, T. J., 2018 Sep 10, In : Environmental Research Letters. 13, 9, 099503.
·       Erratum to: Increased human and economic losses from river flooding with anthropogenic warming (Nature Climate Change, (2018), 8, 9, (781-786), 10.1038/s41558-018-0257-z)
Dottori, F., Szewczyk, W., Ciscar, J. C., Zhao, F., Alfieri, L., Hirabayashi, Y., Bianchi, A., Mongelli, I., Frieler, K., Betts, R. A. & Feyen, L., 2018 Nov 1, In :Nature Climate Change. 8, 11, 1 p.
·       Increased human and economic losses from river flooding with anthropogenic warming
Dottori, F., Szewczyk, W., Ciscar, J. C., Zhao, F., Alfieri, L., Hirabayashi, Y., Bianchi, A., Mongelli, I., Frieler, K., Betts, R. A. & Feyen, L., 2018 Sep 1, In : Nature Climate Change. 8, 9, p. 781-786 6 p.
·       Inventory of glaciers in the Shaksgam Valley of the Chinese Karakoram Mountains, 1970-2014
Alifu, H., Hirabayashi, Y., Johnson, B. A., Vuillaume, J. F., Kondoh, A. & Urai, M., 2018 Aug 1, In : Remote Sensing. 10, 8, 1166.
·       Long-Term Changes in Global Socioeconomic Benefits of Flood Defenses and Residual Risk Based on CMIP5 Climate Models
Lim, W. H., Yamazaki, D., Koirala, S., Hirabayashi, Y., Kanae, S., Dadson, S. J., Hall, J. W. & Sun, F., 2018 Jul, In : Earth's Future. 6, 7, p. 938-954 17 p.
·       Quantifying the effect of autonomous adaptation to global river flood projections: Application to future flood risk assessments
Kinoshita, Y., Tanoue, M., Watanabe, S. & Hirabayashi, Y., 2018 Jan, In : Environmental Research Letters. 13, 1, 014006.
·       Understanding the water cycle over the upper Tarim Basin: Retrospecting the estimated discharge bias to atmospheric variables and model structure

Zhou, X., Polcher, J., Yang, T., Hirabayashi, Y. & Nguyen-Quang, T., 2018 Nov 28, In :Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 22, 11, p. 6087-6108 22 p.

Yueping Xu
Professor, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
·       Professor of Hydrology and Water Resources

·       Institute of Hydrology and Water Resources

Research Interest
·       Hydrological extreme analysis
·       Hydrological modeling under uncertainty
·       Climate change impact analysis on water resources and flooding
·       Uncertainty and risk analysis in water management
·       Flood risk assessment
·       Ensemble flood prediction and forecasting
Primary Teaching Area
·       System analysis of water resources
·       Integrated water resources management
·       Advances in Water Resources 
Selected Publication
·       Tian Y, Yue-Ping Xu*, Martijn Booij, Guoqing Wang. 2015. Uncertainty in Future High Flows in Qiantang River Basin, China. Journal of Hydrometerology, 16, 363-380.
·       Xujie Zhang, Martijn Booij, Yue-Ping Xu*. 2015. Improved Simulation of Peak Flows under Climate Change: Postprocessing or Composite Objective Calibration? Journal of Hydrometerology, DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-14-0218.1.
·       Yue-Ping Xu, Xichao Gao, Yongqiang Zhang, Lili Kang, 2015. Coupling a regional climate model and distributed hydrological model to assess future water resources in Jinhua River Basin, East China. ASCE Journal of Hydrological Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001007, 04014054-1.
·       Xujie Zhang, Yue-Ping Xu*, and Guangtao Fu. 2014. Uncertainties in SWAT extreme flow simulation under climate change, Journal of Hydrology, 515, 205-222.
·       Yue-Ping Xu*, Suli Pan, Guangtao Fu, Xujie Zhang, 2014. Future potential evapotranspiration changes and contribution analysis in Zhejiang Province, East China. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmosphere., 119(5), 2174-2192.
·       Xu YP, Suli Pan, Chao Gao, Guangtao Fu, Yen-Ming Chiang. Historical pan evaporation changes in the Qiantang River Basin, East China. International Journal of Climatology. In press.
·       Zhu, Q., Zhang, X., Ma, C., Gao, C., & Xu, Y. P.* (2015). Investigating the uncertainty and transferability of parameters in swat model under climate change. Hydrological Sciences Journal/journal Des Sciences Hydrologiques. DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.1000915.
·       Tian Ye, M.J.Booij, YP Xu*. 2014. Uncertainty in high and low flows due to model structure and parameter errors. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 28, 319-322.
·       E. Vonk, Y.P. Xu*, M.J. Booij, X. Zhang, D.C.M.. Augustijn*, 2014. Adapting Multireservoir Operation to Shifting Patterns of Water Supply and Demand. Water Resources Management. 28(3), 625-643.
·       E. Vonk, Y.P. Xu, M.J. Booij, D.C.M. Augustijn. Quantifying the robustness of optimal reservoir operation for the Xinanjiang-Fuchunjiang Reservoir Cascade. Water Science and Technology, in press.
·       Xu YP, Zhang Xujie, Ran Qihua, Tian Ye. 2013. Impact of climate change on hydrology of upper reaches of Qiantang River Basin, East China. Journal of Hydrology, 483, 51-60.
·       Xu YP, Zhang Xujie, Tian Ye. 2012. Impact of climate change on 24-h design rainfall depth estimation in Qiantang River Basin, East China. Hydrological Processes, 26(26), 4067-4077.
·       Ye Tian, Yue-Ping Xu*, Martijn J. Booij and Long Cao. Impact assessment of multiple uncertainty sources on high flows under climate change. Hydrology Research, doi: 10.2166/nh.2015.008.
·       Xu YP, Yu Chaofeng, Zhang Xujie, Zhang Qingqing, Xu Xiao. 2012. Design rainfall depth estimation through two regional frequency analysis methods in Hanjiang River Basin, China. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 107:563-578.
·       Tian Ye, Xu YP*, Zhang Xujie. 2013. Assessment of climate change impacts on river high flows through comparative use of GR4J, HBV and Xinanjiang models, Water Resources Management, 27:2871–2888.
·       Tian Ye, Xu YP, Booij MJ, Lin Shengji, Zhang Qingqing, Lou Zhanghua. 2012. Detection of trends in precipitation extremes in Zhejiang, east China. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 107:201–210.
·       Xu YP, Booij MJ and Tong YB, 2010. Uncertainty analysis in statistical modeling of extreme hydrological events. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 24:567-578.
·       Xu, Y.P. and Tung, Y.K., 2009. Decision rules for decision making for water management. ASCE Journal of American Water Resources Management and Planning, 135(3), 149-159.
·       Xu, Y.P. and Tung, Y.K., 2009 Constrained scaling approach for design rainfall estimation. Stochastic Environmental Research & Risk Assessment, 23, 697-705.
·       Xu Y.P., Booij, MJ and Tong YB. Uncertainty analysis in statistical modeling of extreme hydrological events. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 2009, DOI 10.1007/s00477-009-0337-8.
·       Xu, Y.P., Tung, Y.K., Li, J. and Niu, S.F., 2009. Alternative risk measure for decision-making under uncertainty in water management. Progress in Natural Science, 19, 115–119.
·       Xu, Y, Tung, YK. Decision-making in water management under uncertainty. Water Resources Management, 22,535-550, 2008.
·        Xu. Y, Booij, MJ,Mynett, AE. An appropriateness framework for the Dutch Meuse decision support system. Environmental Modelling and Software, 2007,22: 1667-1678.
·       Xu, Y and Mynett AE. 2006. Application of uncertainty and sensitivity analysis in river basin management. Water Science and Technology, 53(1), 41-49.
Honors/Awards
·       Outstanding Youths of Zhejiang University
·       The Zhejiang Provincial Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars

·       151 talents in Zhejiang Province

Andras Bardossy
Professor, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Prof. Dr. rer.nat. Dr.-Ing.

Head
Institute for Modelling Hydraulic and Environmental Systems
Dept. of Hydrology and Geohydrology
Publications in Scientific Journals
2019
·       Yan, J., & Bárdossy, A. (2019). Short time precipitation estimation using weather radar and surface observations: With rainfall displacement information integrated in a stochastic manner. Journal of Hydrology, 574, 672–682. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.04.061
·       Wang, T., Singh, S. K., & Bárdossy, A. (2019). On the use of the critical event concept for quantifying soil moisture dynamics. Geoderma, 335, 27–34. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2018.08.013
·       Tarasova, L., Merz, R., Kiss, A., Basso, S., Blöschl, G., Merz, B., Viglione, A., Plötner, S., Guse, B., Schumann, A., Fischer, S., Ahrens, B., Anwar, F., Bárdossy, A., Bühler, P., Haberlandt, U., Kreibich, H., Krug, A., Lun, D., … Wietzke, L. (2019). Causative classification of river flood events. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, 6(4), e1353. https://doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1353
·       Richardson, D., Kilsby, C. G., Fowler, H. J., & Bárdossy, A. (2019). Weekly to multi-month persistence in sets of daily weather patterns over Europe and the North Atlantic Ocean. International Journal of Climatology, 39(4), 2041–2056. https://doi.org/10.1002/joc.5932
·       Marra, F., Nikolopoulos, E. I., Anagnostou, E. N., Bárdossy, A., & Morin, E. (2019). Precipitation frequency analysis from remotely sensed datasets: A focused review. Journal of Hydrology, 574(October 2018), 699–705. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.04.081
·       Lebrenz, H., & Bárdossy, A. (2019). Geostatistical interpolation by quantile kriging. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 23(3), 1633--1648. https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-23-1633-2019
·       Hörning, S., Sreekanth, J., & Bárdossy, A. (2019). Computational efficient inverse groundwater modeling using Random Mixing and Whittaker–Shannon interpolation. Advances in Water Resources, 123, 109–119. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.advwatres.2018.11.012
·       Huang, Y., Bárdossy, A., & Zhang, K. (2019). Sensitivity of hydrological models to temporal and spatial resolutions of rainfall data. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 23(6), 2647--2663. https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-23-2647-2019
·       Grundmann, J., Hörning, S., & Bárdossy, A. (2019). Stochastic reconstruction of spatio-temporal rainfall patterns by inverse hydrologic modelling. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 23(1), 225--237. https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-23-225-2019
·       Brunner, M. I., Bárdossy, A., & Furrer, R. (2019). Technical note: Stochastic simulation of streamflow time series using phase randomization. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 23(8), 3175--3187. https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-23-3175-2019
2018
·       Suroso, S., & Bárdossy, A. (2018). Investigation of asymmetric spatial dependence of precipitation using empirical bivariate copulas. Journal of Hydrology, 565, 685–697. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2018.08.056
·       Müller, T., Mosthaf, T., & Bárdossy, A. (2018a). Generierung von synthetischen Niederschlagszeitreihen mit NiedSim3. In Tag der Hydrologie. https://www.iws.uni-stuttgart.de/publikationen/abt3/TdH_Mueller.pdf
·       Müller, T., Mosthaf, T., & Bárdossy, A. (2018b). Bewertung der Eignung synthetischer NiedSim3 Niederschlagszeitreihen für Kanalnetzsimulationen unter Berücksichtigung der natürlichen Variabilität des Niederschlags. Hydrologie Und Wasserbewirtschaftung, 62. https://doi.org/10.5675/HyWa_2018,4_1
·       Hörning, S., & Bárdossy, A. (2018). Phase annealing for the conditional simulation of spatial random fields. Computers & Geosciences, 112, 101–111. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cageo.2017.12.008
·       Gnann, S. J., Allmendinger, M. C., Haslauer, C. P., & Bárdossy, A. (2018). Improving copula-based spatial interpolation with secondary data. Spatial Statistics, 28, 105–127. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.spasta.2018.07.001
·       Bárdossy, A., & Pegram, G. (2018). Intensity–duration–frequency curves exploiting neighbouring extreme precipitation data. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 63(11), 1593–1604. https://doi.org/10.1080/02626667.2018.1524987
·       Amoatey, P. K., Bárdossy, A., & Steinmetz, H. (2018a). Inverse Optimization based Detection of Leaks from Simulated Pressure in Water Networks, Part 1: Analysis for a Single Leak. Journal of Water Management Modeling, 26. https://doi.org/10.14796/JWMM.C460
·       Amoatey, P. K., Bárdossy, A., & Steinmetz, H. (2018b). Inverse Optimization based Detection of Leaks from Simulated Pressure in Water Networks, Part 2: Analysis for Two Leaks. Journal of Water Management Modeling, 26. https://doi.org/10.14796/JWMM.C461
2017
·       Müller, T., Mosthaf, T., Gunzenhauser, S., Seidel, J., & Bárdossy, A. (2017a). Grundlagenbericht Niederschlags-Simulator (NiedSim3) (No. 255; Issue 255). Stuttgart : Eigenverlag des Instituts für Wasser- und Umweltsystemmodellierung der Universität Stuttgart. http://dx.doi.org/10.18419/opus-9347
·       Müller, T., Schütze, M., & Bárdossy, A. (2017). Temporal asymmetry in precipitation time series and its influence on flow simulations in combined sewer systems. Advances in Water Resources, 107.
·       Müller, T., Mosthaf, T., Gunzenhauser, S., Seidel, J., & Bárdossy, A. (2017b). Grundlagenbericht Niederschlags-Simulator NiedSim (Vol. 255). Eigenverlag des Instituts für Wasserbau, Universität Stuttgart. https://doi.org/10.18419/opus-9347
·       Mosthaf, T., & Bárdossy, A. (2017). Regionalizing non-parametric precipitation amount models on different temporal scales. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (HESS).
·       Lebrenz, H., & Bárdossy, A. (2017). Estimation of the Variogram Using Kendall’s Tau for a Robust Geostatistical Interpolation. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 22(9), 04017038. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001568
·       Haslauer, Claus P., Meyer, J. R., Bardossy, A., & Parker, B. L. (2017). Estimating a Representative Value and Proportion of True Zeros for  Censored Analytical Data with Applications to Contaminated Site  Assessment. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 51(13), 7502–7510. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.6b05385
·       Haslauer, C. P., Bardossy, A., & Sudicky, E. A. (2017). Detecting and modelling structures on the micro and the macro scales:  Assessing their effects on solute transport behaviour. Advances in Water Resources, 107, 439–450. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.advwatres.2017.05.007
·       Haese, B., Hörning, S., Chwala, C., Bárdossy, A., Schalge, B., & Kunstmann, H. (2017). Stochastic Reconstruction and Interpolation of Precipitation Fields Using Combined Information of Commercial Microwave Links and Rain Gauges. Water Resources Research, 53(12), 10740–10756. https://doi.org/10.1002/2017WR021015
·       Guthke, P., & Bárdossy, A. (2017). On the link between natural emergence and manifestation of a fundamental non-Gaussian geostatistical property: Asymmetry. Spatial Statistics, 20, 1–29. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.spasta.2017.01.003
·       Bárdossy, A., & Hörning, S. (2017). Process-Driven Direction-Dependent Asymmetry: Identification and Quantification of Directional Dependence in Spatial Fields. Mathematical Geosciences, 49(7), 871--891. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11004-017-9682-1
·       Bárdossy, A., & Pegram, G. (2017). Combination of radar and daily precipitation data to estimate meaningful sub-daily point precipitation extremes. Journal of Hydrology, 544, 397–406. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.11.039

·       Bartels, J., Bliefernicht, J., Seidel, J., Bárdossy, A., Kunstmann, H., Johst, M., & Demuth, N. (2017). Bewertung von Ensemble-Abflussvorhersagen für die operationelle Hochwasserwarnung. Hydrologie Und Wasserbewirtschaftung, 61. https://doi.org/10.5675/HyWa_2017,5_1

Demetris Koutsoyiannis

Professor, Hydrology and Analysis of Hydrosystems in the National Technical University of Athens, Greece

He has served as Dean of the School of Civil Engineering, Head of the Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, and Head of the Laboratory of Hydrology and Water Resources Development. He was Editor of Hydrological Sciences Journal for 12 years (2006-18), and member of the editorial boards of Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Journal of Hydrology and Water Resources Research. He has been awarded the International Hydrology Prize - Dooge medal (2014) by International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS), UNESCO and World Meteorological Organization (WMO), and the Henry Darcy Medal (2009) by European Geosciences Union (EGU). His distinctions include the Lorenz Lecture of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) (San Francisco, USA, 2014) and the Union Plenary Lecture of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) (Melbourne, Australia, 2011). He has served as professor of Hydraulics at the Hellenic Army’s Postgraduate School of Technical Education of Officers Engineers (Athens, 2007-10). He has been visiting academic/professor at the Imperial College (London, 1999-2000), Hydrologic Research Center (San Diego, 2005), Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, 2005-06), University of Bologna (2006 & 2019) and Sapienza University of Rome (2008 & 2019).
Academic employment
2008-
Professor in Hydrology and analysis of hydrosystems, Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, NTUA.
2007-10
Professor of Hydraulics, The Hellenic Army’s Postgraduate School of Technical Education of Officers Engineers.
2003-08
Associate Professor in Analysis and modelling of hydrological processes and hydrosystems, Department of Water Resources, Hydraulic and Maritime Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, NTUA .
1995-03
Assistant Professor in Engineering Hydrology: Information management and stochastic modelling, Department of Water Resources, Hydraulic and Maritime Engineering, School of Civil Engineering.
1990-95
Lecturer, Department of Water Resources, Hydraulic and Maritime Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, NTUA.
1979-90
Research Assistant, Department of Water Resources, Hydraulic and Maritime Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, NTUA.
Engineering employment
1986-2014
Consulting Engineer in hydrologic engineering, hydraulic works and water resources engineering and management.
1982-85
Faculty member, BIOMETER Ltd (consulting company for wastewater treatment).
1981-83
Faculty member, METER Ltd (consulting company for hydraulic, structural and surveying engineering).
1978-85
Faculty member, Polytechnike Co. (consulting company for private engineering constructions, also co-operating with other Greek and international companies in hydraulic, structural and surveying engineering).
Participative employment
2016-
Head of the Laboratory of Hydrology and Water Resources Development
2014-18
Dean of the School of Civil Engineering of the NTUA.
2014-18
Senate member, NTUA (also, member in 2004-05 and associate member in 1993-94, 2002-03).
2010-12
Head of the Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering of the NTUA.
2009-10
Member of the Board of the Association of Academic Staff of the NTUA.
2007-18
Editor, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences.
2007-09
Associate editor, Water Resources Research.
2006-18
Co-Editor (started as Deputy Editor up to 2008), Hydrological Sciences Journal and member of the Bureau of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
2006-10
Chair of Sub-Division on Precipitation & Climate of the Division on Hydrological Sciences of the European Geosciences Union.
2003-06
Associate editor, Hydrological Sciences Journal .
2003-10
Member of the Board of Directors of the Organization for the Management and Restoration of the Kephisos River and its Tributaries.
2000-08
Associate editor, Journal of Hydrology.
1997-04
Member of the Special Inter-department Committee of the postgraduate programme Water Resources Science and Technology and deputy responsible for the management and economics of the project for the creation and operation of the programme. (Also member of the same Committee in 2010-13 and 2016-17.)
Experience record
Teaching Experience
Forty years experience in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Hydrometeorology, Engineering Hydrology, Advanced Hydrology, Hydraulics, Urban Hydraulic Works, Sediment Transport, Hydropower, Stochastic Methods, Water Resource Systems Optimization, Water Resource Management, Integrated Project of Hydraulic Engineering and Introduction to the Scientific Method. Advisor of 143 diploma and postgraduate theses, and 19 doctoral theses, among which 7 completed.
Research experience
Research in the areas of hydrological modelling, hydrological stochastics, hydroclimatology, analysis of hydrosystems, water resources engineering and management, water and energy, and hydroinformatics.
Favourite research topics: entropic-stochastic representation of hydrological processes; hydroclimatic variability and Hurst-Kolmogorov dynamics; extreme rainfall and flood; parameterization, simulation and optimization of hydrosystems; water resource management; ancient water science, technology and management. Participation in 48 research projects, in 19 of which as project leader and in other 12 as principal investigator.
Representative research projects:
Modernization of the supervision and management of the water resource system of Athens (Commissioned by: Water Supply and Sewerage Company of Athens, Budget: 700 000 €, Project leader: D. Koutsoyiannis, 1999-2003).
Hydroscope: Creation of a National Databank for Hydrological and Meteorological Information (Commissioned and funded by: General Secretariat of Research and Technology – in the framework of the STRIDE EU programme – and 8 governmental bodies, Partners: 13 academic, research and administrative bodies of Greece, Budget: 1 600 000 €, Project leader: D. Koutsoyiannis, 1992-1993).
Engineering experience
Participation in 64 engineering studies, 12 of which dealing with the hydrological design of dams in Greece (for hydro-electric energy, water supply and irrigation), 20 with hydrological and/or hydraulic design of hydraulic works in Greece (water supply, sewerage, flood protection, irrigation), and 6 with water resources management and environmental impacts. Structural design of several buildings and special constructions. Surveying engineering in the framework of several public and private works.
Representative engineering studies:
General outline of the Acheloos River diversion project (Commissioned by: Ministry of Environment, Planning and Public Works, Consultants: G. Kalaouzis, ELECTROWATT, P. Marinos, D. Koutsoyiannis, 1996).
Engineering study for improving the water supply of Athens with the construction of a dam at the Evinos River (Commissioned by: Ministry of Environment, Planning and Public Works, Contractors: OTME, Ydroilektriki, YDROTEK, D. Constantinidis, G. Karavokiris, Th. Gofas and Partners, Consultant: D. Koutsoyiannis, 1991).
Participative experience
Participation in 11 international and national scientific organizations and 6 bodies and thematic committees. Member of the editorial boards of 4 scientific journals (Hydrological Sciences Journal, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Water Resources Research, Journal of Hydrology); also Guest editor in 4 special issues of scientific journals. Reviewing and/or editing of over 670 papers in 45 journals. Reviewing of over 140 other items including articles in books and conference proceedings, and research and book proposals. Participation in organizing committees of over 70 conferences and scientific workshops. Participation in over 60 reviewing committees for awarding doctorate degrees, election in academic positions or awarding prizes. Participation in 5 administrative bodies and 30 committees and work groups in NTUA.
181 publications in scientific journals, 8 books (6 of which are textbooks), 468 publications and talks in conferences and workshops, 34 series of lecture notes, 2 university theses, 95 research project reports, 92 technical reports of engineering studies, 65 miscellaneous publications (952 scientific and technological contributions in total).

Publications in scientific journals

·       G.-F. Sargentis, T. Iliopoulou, S. Sigourou, P. Dimitriadis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Evolution of clustering quantified by a stochastic method — Case studies on natural and human social structures, Sustainability, 12 (19), 7972, doi:10.3390/su12197972, 2020.
·       D. Koutsoyiannis, and Z. W. Kundzewicz, Atmospheric temperature and CO₂: Hen-or-egg causality?, Sci, 2 (3), 72, doi:10.3390/sci2040072, 2020.
·       R. Ioannidis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, A review of land use, visibility and public perception of renewable energy in the context of landscape impact, Applied Energy, 276, 115367, doi:10.1016/j.apenergy.2020.115367, 2020.
·       Z. W. Kundzewicz, I. Pińskwar, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Variability of global mean annual temperature is significantly influenced by the rhythm of ocean-atmosphere oscillations, Science of the Total Environment, 747, 141256, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.141256, 2020.
·       G.-F. Sargentis, P. Dimitriadis, R. Ioannidis, T. Iliopoulou, E. Frangedaki, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Optimal utilization of water resources for local communities in mainland Greece (case study of Karyes, Peloponnese), Procedia Manufacturing, 44, 253–260, doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2020.02.229, 2020.
·       T. Iliopoulou, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Projecting the future of rainfall extremes: better classic than trendy, Journal of Hydrology, 588, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2020.125005, 2020.
·       G.-F. Sargentis, P. Dimitriadis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Aesthetical issues of Leonardo Da Vinci’s and Pablo Picasso’s paintings with stochastic evaluation, Heritage, 3 (2), 283–305, doi:10.3390/heritage3020017, 2020.
·       D. Koutsoyiannis, Revisiting the global hydrological cycle: is it intensifying?, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 24, 3899–3932, doi:10.5194/hess-24-3899-2020, 2020.
·       G. Papacharalampous, H. Tyralis, D. Koutsoyiannis, and A. Montanari, Quantification of predictive uncertainty in hydrological modelling by harnessing the wisdom of the crowd: A large-sample experiment at monthly timescale, Advances in Water Resources, 136, 103470, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2019.103470, 2020.
·       G. Papacharalampous, D. Koutsoyiannis, and A. Montanari, Quantification of predictive uncertainty in hydrological modelling by harnessing the wisdom of the crowd: Methodology development and investigation using toy models, Advances in Water Resources, 136, 103471, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2019.103471, 2020.
·       D. Koutsoyiannis, Simple stochastic simulation of time irreversible and reversible processes, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 65 (4), 536–551, doi:10.1080/02626667.2019.1705302, 2020.
·       R. Ioannidis, T. Iliopoulou, C. Iliopoulou, L. Katikas, A. Petsou, M.-E. Merakou, M.-E. Asimomiti, N. Pelekanos, G. Koudouris, P. Dimitriadis, C. Plati, E. Vlahogianni, K. Kepaptsoglou, N. Mamassis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Solar-powered bus route: introducing renewable energy into a university campus transport system, Advances in Geosciences, 49, doi:10.5194/adgeo-49-215-2019, 2019.
·       G. Papacharalampous, H. Tyralis, A. Langousis, A. W. Jayawardena, B. Sivakumar, N. Mamassis, A. Montanari, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Probabilistic hydrological post-processing at scale: Why and how to apply machine-learning quantile regression algorithms, Water, doi:10.3390/w11102126, 2019.
·       F. Lombardo, F. Napolitano, F. Russo, and D. Koutsoyiannis, On the exact distribution of correlated extremes in hydrology, Water Resources Research, 55 (12), 10405–10423, doi:10.1029/2019WR025547, 2019.
·       P. Dimitriadis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, The mode of the climacogram estimator for a Gaussian Hurst-Kolmogorov process, Journal of Hydroinformatics, doi:10.2166/hydro.2019.038, 2019.
·       T. Iliopoulou, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Revealing hidden persistence in maximum rainfall records, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 64 (14), 1673–1689, doi:10.1080/02626667.2019.1657578, 2019.
·       G.-F. Sargentis, P. Dimitriadis, R. Ioannidis, T. Iliopoulou, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Stochastic evaluation of landscapes transformed by renewable energy installations and civil works, Energies, 12 (4), 2817, doi:10.3390/en12142817, 2019.
·       G.-F. Sargentis, R. Ioannidis, G. Karakatsanis, S. Sigourou, N. D. Lagaros, and D. Koutsoyiannis, The development of the Athens water supply system and inferences for optimizing the scale of water infrastructures, Sustainability, 11 (9), 2657, doi:10.3390/su11092657, 2019.
·       D. Koutsoyiannis, Time’s arrow in stochastic characterization and simulation of atmospheric and hydrological processes, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 64 (9), 1013–1037, doi:10.1080/02626667.2019.1600700, 2019.
·       E. Volpi, A. Fiori, S. Grimaldi, F. Lombardo, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Save hydrological observations! Return period estimation without data decimation, Journal of Hydrology, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.02.017, 2019.
·       D. Koutsoyiannis, Knowable moments for high-order stochastic characterization and modelling of hydrological processes, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 64 (1), 19–33, doi:10.1080/02626667.2018.1556794, 2019.
·       T. Iliopoulou, C. Aguilar , B. Arheimer, M. Bermúdez, N. Bezak, A. Ficchi, D. Koutsoyiannis, J. Parajka, M. J. Polo, G. Thirel, and A. Montanari, A large sample analysis of European rivers on seasonal river flow correlation and its physical drivers, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 23, 73–91, doi:10.5194/hess-23-73-2019, 2019.
·       Koskinas, A. Tegos, P. Tsira, P. Dimitriadis, T. Iliopoulou, P. Papanicolaou, D. Koutsoyiannis, and Τ. Williamson, Insights into the Oroville Dam 2017 spillway incident, Geosciences, 9 (37), doi:10.3390/geosciences9010037, 2019.
·       G. Papacharalampous, H. Tyralis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Comparison of stochastic and machine learning methods for multi-step ahead forecasting of hydrological processes, Stochastic Environmental Research & Risk Assessment, doi:10.1007/s00477-018-1638-6, 2019.
·       P. Dimitriadis, K. Tzouka, D. Koutsoyiannis, H. Tyralis, A. Kalamioti, E. Lerias, and P. Voudouris, Stochastic investigation of long-term persistence in two-dimensional images of rocks, Spatial Statistics, 29, 177–191, doi:10.1016/j.spasta.2018.11.002, 2019.
·       G. Papacharalampous, H. Tyralis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Univariate time series forecasting of temperature and precipitation with a focus on machine learning algorithms: a multiple-case study from Greece, Water Resources Management, 32 (15), 5207–5239, doi:10.1007/s11269-018-2155-6, 2018.
·       T. Iliopoulou, D. Koutsoyiannis, and A. Montanari, Characterizing and modeling seasonality in extreme rainfall, Water Resources Research, 54 (9), 6242–6258, doi:10.1029/2018WR023360, 2018.
·       N. Malamos, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Field survey and modelling of irrigation water quality indices in a Mediterranean island catchment: A comparison between spatial interpolation methods, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 63 (10), 1447–1467, doi:10.1080/02626667.2018.1508874, 2018.
·       G. Koudouris, P. Dimitriadis, T. Iliopoulou, N. Mamassis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, A stochastic model for the hourly solar radiation process for application in renewable resources management, Advances in Geosciences, 45, 139–145, doi:10.5194/adgeo-45-139-2018, 2018.
·       N. Quinn, G. Blöschl, A. Bardossy, A. Castellarin, M. Clark, C. Cudennec, D. Koutsoyiannis, U. Lall, L. Lichner, J. Parajka, C.D. Peters-Lidard, G. Sander, H. H. G. Savenije, K. Smettem, H. Vereecken, A. Viglione, P. Willems, A. Wood, R. Woods, C.-Y. Xu, and E. Zehe, Invigorating hydrological research through journal publications, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 63 (8), 1113–1117, doi:10.1080/02626667.2018.1496632, 2018.
·       E. Klousakou, M. Chalakatevaki, P. Dimitriadis, T. Iliopoulou, R. Ioannidis, G. Karakatsanis, A. Efstratiadis, N. Mamassis, R. Tomani, E. Chardavellas, and D. Koutsoyiannis, A preliminary stochastic analysis of the uncertainty of natural processes related to renewable energy resources, Advances in Geosciences, 45, 193–199, doi:10.5194/adgeo-45-193-2018, 2018.
·       Tsoukalas, C. Makropoulos, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Simulation of stochastic processes exhibiting any-range dependence and arbitrary marginal distributions, Water Resources Research, 54 (11), 9484–9513, doi:10.1029/2017WR022462, 2018.
·       G. Papacharalampous, H. Tyralis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Predictability of monthly temperature and precipitation using automatic time series forecasting methods, Acta Geophysica, 66 (4), 807–831, doi:10.1007/s11600-018-0120-7, 2018.

·       G. Papacharalampous, H. Tyralis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, One-step ahead forecasting of geophysical processes within a purely statistical framework, Geoscience Letters, 5, 12, doi:10.1186/s40562-018-0111-1, 2018.

Jeffrey McDonnell
Professor and Associate Director

Global Institute for Water Security, School of Environment and Sustainability

EDUCATION
·       1989 Ph.D., Forest Hydrology. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. Thesis: "The age, origin and pathway of subsurface stormflow in a steep humid headwater catchment", 270p.
·       1985 M.Sc., Watershed Ecosystems Graduate Program, Trent University, Peterborough, Canada. Thesis: "Snowcover ablation and meltwater runoff on a small Precambrian Shield watershed", 127p.
·       1983 B.Sc. (Honors), Physical Geography (now Physical & Environmental Sciences), University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Thesis: "Storm waves, sediment flux and beach morphodynamics in a barred nearshore zone, Wymbolwood Beach, Ontario", 110p.
REGISTRATION
1999- P.H., Registered Professional Hydrologist (reg’n #1506), American Institute of Hydrology.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2012- Associate Director (International), Global Institute for Water Security; Professor, School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
1999-2012 Richardson Chair in Watershed Science (1999-12); University Distinguished Professor (2009-12), Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management; Director (2010-12), Institute for Water and Watersheds, Oregon State University, Corvallis Oregon.
1993-99 Associate Professor (1993-97); Professor (1997-99), SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.
1989-93 Assistant Professor, Department of Forest Resources, Utah State University, Logan Utah. 1989-90 Research Hydrologist, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Universities Space Research Assoc., Huntsville, Alabama.

PUBLICATIONS
BOOKS, EDITED BOOKS AND BOOK SERIES
McDonnell, J.J., 2020. Navigating an Academic Career: A Brief Guide for PhD Students, Postdocs and New Faculty. AGU/Wiley, 96p, ISBN: 1119642108
McDonnell, J.J., Editor-in-Chief. 2006-2012. Benchmark Papers in Hydrology Book Series, IAHS Press, 9 volumes 2006-2012.
Anderson, M.G., Editor; J.J. McDonnell, Senior Advisory Editor. 2005. Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences, John Wiley and Sons, 5 volume set, 3,456 pages.
Kendall, C. and J.J. McDonnell, Editors, 1998. Isotope Tracers in Catchment Hydrology, Elsevier Science Publishers, 816p.
Uhlenbrook, S., J.J. McDonnell and C. Leibundgut, Editors. 2003. Runoff Generation Modeling. Hydrological Processes. Special Issue, Volume 17 (10), 377 pages.
McDonnell, J.J. and T. Tanaka, Editors. 2001. Hydrology and Biogeochemistry of Forested Catchments. John Wiley and Sons, 435p.
Leibundgut, C., J.J. McDonnell and G. Schultz, Editors. 1999. Integrated Methods of Catchment Hydrology: Tracer, Remote Sensing and New Hydrometric Techniques. IAHS Publication 258, Wallingford UK, 284pp.
McDonnell, J.J., S. Stribling, B. Neville, D. Leopold, Editors. 1996. Watershed Restoration Management: Physical, Chemical and Biological Considerations. American Water Resources Association, 514p.
McDonnell, J.J., D. Leopold, B. Neville, S. Stribling, Editors. 1996. New York City Water Supply Studies. American Water Resources Association, 174p.
PEER-REVIEWED PAPERS
2020
Amin, A., G. Zuecco, J. Geris, L. Schwendenmann, J.J. McDonnell, M. Borga, D. Penna, 2020. Depth distribution of soil water sourced by plants at the global scale: a new direct inference approach. Ecohydrology, in press.
Amin, A., G. Zuecco, J. C. Marchina, M. Engel, D. Penna, J.J. McDonnell and M. Borga, 2020. No evidence of isotopic fractionation during transpiration in olive trees (Olea europaea): a simple greenhouse experiment. Ecohydrology, in review.
Camporese, M., C. Paniconi, M. Putti and J.J. McDonnell, 2020. Fill and spill hillslope runoff representation with a Richards equation-based model. Water Resources Research, DOI: 10.1029/2019WR025726.
Condon, L., K. Markovich, C. Kelleher, J.J. McDonnell, G. Ferguson and J. McIntosh, 2020. Where is the bottom of a watershed? Water Resources Research, 56(3), DOI: 10.1029/2019WR026010
Gabrielli, C.P. and J.J. McDonnell, 2020. Modifying the Jackson index to quantify the relationship between geology, landscape structure and water transit time in steep wet headwaters. Hydrological Processes, DOI:10.1002/hyp.13700.
McDonnell, J.J., 2020. The Maimai catchment, New Zealand. In Burt, T., D. Thompson and A. Serocka (eds). Curious About Nature: A Passion for Field Work. Cambridge University Press, DOI:10.1017/9781108552172
McDonnell, J.J., C Spence, D. Karran and C. Harman, 2020. Fill and spill: A framework for runoff generation at the scale of the beholder. Water Resources Research [Invited AGU 100 Centennial Paper], in review.
Millar, C., D. Pratt, D. Schneider, G. Koehler and J.J. McDonnell, 2020. Further experiments comparing direct vapor equilibration and cryogenic vacuum distillation for plant water stable isotope analysis. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, DOI: 10.1002/rcm.8530.
Peskett, L., A. MacDonald, K. Heal, J.J. McDonnell, J. Chambers, S. Uhlemann, K. Upton and A. Black, 2020. The impact of across-slope forest strips on hillslope subsurface hydrological dynamics. Journal of Hydrology, 581: DOI:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.124427
Pfister, L., S. Schymanski, R. Nijzink, E. Zehe and J.J. McDonnell, 2020. On the importance of subsurface storage for departures from the Budyko curve. Hydrological Processes, in review.
Schöne, B. R., Meret, A. E., Baier, S. M., Fiebig, J., Esper, J.J., McDonnell and L. Pfister, 2020. Freshwater pearl mussels from northern Sweden serve as long-term, high-resolution stream water isotope recorders, Hydrology and Earth System Science, DOI:10.5194/hess-24-673-2020.
Stamenković, V., K. Lynch, P. Boston, J. Tarnas (plus J.J. McDonnell and 98 others). Deep Trek: Science of Subsurface Habitability & Life on Mars: A Window into Subsurface Life in the Solar System, White Paper for the US National Academy of Science (NAS), 7-pages.
2019
Benettin, P., P. Queloz, M. Bensimon, J.J. McDonnell and A. Rinaldo, 2019. Velocities, residence times, tracer breakthroughs in a vegetated lysimeter: a multitracer experiment. Water Resources Research, DOI:10.1029/2018WR023894
Blöschl, G., M. Bierkens, A. Chambel, C. Cudennec, G. Destouni, A. Fiori, J. Kirchner, J.J. McDonnell, H. Savenije, M. Sivapalan, C. Stumpp, E. Toth, E. Volpi, G. Carr, J. Salinas, B. Széles, A. Viglione and 200 others, 2019. 23 unsolved problems in hydrology – a community perspective. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 64:10, 1141-1158, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2019.1620507
Coles, A.E., B. McConkey and J.J. McDonnell, 2019. Fifty years of recorded hillslope runoff on seasonally-frozen ground: The Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada dataset. Earth System Science Data, in press.
Evaristo, J., M. Kim, J. van Haren, L. Pangle, C. Harman, P. Troch and J.J. McDonnell, 2019. Characterizing the fluxes and age distribution of soil water, plant water, and deep percolation in a model tropical ecosystem. Water Resources Research, DOI:10.1029/2018WR023265.
Evaristo, J. and J.J. McDonnell, 2019. Global analysis of streamflow response to forest management. Nature, DOI:10.1038/s41586-091-1306-0 (retracted Feb 2020 in issue 578:326, DOI: 10.1038/s41586-020-1945-1)
Fan, Y, M. Clark, D. Lawrence, S. Swenson, L. Band, S. Brantley, P. Brooks, W.E. Dietrich, A. Flores, G. Grant, J. Kirchner, D. Mackay, J.J. McDonnell, P. Milly, P. Sullivan, C. Tague, H. Ajami, N. Chaney, A. Hartmann, P. Hazenberg, J. McNamara, J. Pelletier, J Perket, E. Rouholahnejad-Freund, T. Wagener, X. Zeng, E. Beighley, J. Buzan, M Huang, B. Livneh, B. Mohanty, B. Nijssen, M. Safeeq, C. Shen, W. van Verseveld, J. Volk and D Yamazaki, 2019. Structures and functions of hillslope hydrology with relevance to Earth System Modeling: Syntheses and testable hypotheses. Water Resources Research, DOI:10.1029/2018WR023903.
Gaj, M. and J.J. McDonnell, 2019. Soil tension controls the isotopic fractionation factor for evaporation from soil. Hydrological Processes, DOI:10.1002/hyp.13418.
Gaj, M., A. Lamparter, S. Woche, J. Bachmann, J.J. McDonnell and F. Stange, 2018. The role of matric potential, solid interfacial chemistry and wettability on isotopic equilibrium fractionation. Vadose Zone Journal, DOI:10.2136/vzj2018.04.0083.
Lazo, P., G. Mosquera, J.J. McDonnell and P. Crespo, 2019. The role of vegetation, soils, and precipitation on water storage and hydrological services in Andean Páramo catchments. Journal of Hydrology, DOI:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.03.050.
Li, H., B. Si, P. Wu and J.J. McDonnell, 2019. Water mining from deep critical zone by apple trees growing on loess in monsoonal climate. Hydrological Processes, DOI:10.1002/hyp.13346.
López-Días, V., N. Martínez-Carreras, F. Barnich, T.Wirtz, J.J. McDonnell and L. Pfister, 2019. Fractionation of 2H/H and 18O/16O isotopic ratios in water through nafion membranes. Journal of Membrane Science, 752:128-139, DOI:10.1016/j.memsci.2018.11.003.
McDonnell, J.J., 2019. Step up to leadership for mid-career growth. Nature, DOI:10.1038/d41586-019-01936-7.
Nehemy, M., C. Millar, K. Janzen, M. Gaj, D. Pratt, C. Laroque and J.J. McDonnell, 2019. 17Oexcess as a detector for co-extracted organics in vapor analyses of plant isotope signatures. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 33(16): 1301-1310.
Pfister, L., C. Grave, J. Beisel and J.J. McDonnell, 2019. A global assessment of freshwater mollusk shell oxygen isotope signatures and their relation to precipitation and stream water. Scientific Reports, DOI:10.1038/s41598-019-40369-0.
Sprenger, M., C. Stumpp, S. Allen, P. Benettin, M. Dubbert, A. Hartmann, M. Hrachowitz, J. Kirchner, J.J. McDonnell, N. Orlowski, D. Penna, S. Pfahl, M. Rinderer, N. Rodriguez, C. Werner and M Weiler, 2019. The demographics of water: A review of water ages in the critical zone. Reviews of Geophysics, DOI:10.1029/2018RG000633 23
2018
Ameli, A.A., C. Gabrielli, U. Mortgenstern and J.J. McDonnell, 2018. Groundwater subsidy from headwaters to their parent water watershed: A combined field-modeling approach. Water Resources Research, 54, DOI:10.1029/2017WR022356.
Caldwell, P., R. Jackson, C. Miniat, S. Younger, J. Vining, J.J. McDonnell, and D. Aubrey, 2018. Woody bioenergy crop selection can have large effects on water yield: A southeastern United States case study. Global Change Biology and Bioenergy, 117: 180-189, DOI:10.1016/j.biombioe.2018.07.021.
Coles, A.E. and J.J. McDonnell, 2018. Fill and spill drives runoff connectivity over frozen ground. Journal of Hydrology, 558:115-128, DOI:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2018.01.016.
Gabrielli, C.P. and J.J. McDonnell, 2018. No linkage between event based runoff and groundwater recharge on the Maimai hillslope. Water Resources Research, DOI:10.1029/2017WR021831.
Gabrielli C.P, Morgenstern U, Stewart M. and J.J. McDonnell, 2018. Contrasting groundwater and streamflow ages at the Maimai watershed. Water Resources Research, 54(6): 3937-3957, DOI:10:1029/2017WR021825.
Hu, H., F. Dominguez, P. Kumar, J.J. McDonnell and D. Gochis, 2018. Numerical water tracer model for understanding event-scale hydrometeorological phenomena. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 19(6):378-389, DOI:10.1175/JHM-D-17-0202.1.
McDonnell, J.J., J. Evaristo, K. Bladon, J. Buttle, I. Creed, S. Dymond, G. Grant, A. Iroume, C.R. Jackson, J. Jones, T. Maness, K. McGuire, D. Scott, C. Segura, R. Sidle and C. Tague. 2018. Water sustainability and watershed storage. Nature-Sustainability, 1:378– 379, DOI:10.1038/s41893-018-0099-8.
Millar, C., D. Pratt, D. Schneider and J.J. McDonnell, 2018. A comparison of extraction systems for plant water stable isotope analysis. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 32:1031- 1044, DOI:10.1002/rcm.8136.
Orlowski, N., L. Breuer , N. Angeli, P. Boeckx, C. Brumbt, C. S. Cook, M. Dubbert, J. Dyckmans, B. Gallagher, B. Gralher, B. Herbstritt, P. Hervé-Fernández, C. Hissler, P. Koeniger, A. Legout, C. J. Macdonald, C. Oyarzún, R. Redelstein, C. Seidler, R. Siegwolf, C. Stumpp, S. Thomsen, C. Werner, M. Weiler and J.J. McDonnell, 2018. Inter-laboratory comparison of cryogenic water extraction systems for stable isotope analysis of soil water. Hydrology and Earth System Science, 22(7):3619-3637, DOI:10.5194/hess-22-3619-2018.
Orlowski, N., A. Winkler, J. J. McDonnell and L. Breuer, 2018. A simple greenhouse experiment to explore the effect of cryogenic water extraction for tracing plant source water. Ecohydrology, 11(5), DOI:10.1002/eco.1967.
Penna, D., L. Hopp, F. Scandellari, S. Allen, P. Benettin, M. Beyer, J. Geris, J. Klaus, J. Marshall, L. Schwendenmann, T. Volkmann, J. von Freyberg, A. Amin, N. Ceperley, M. Engel, 24 J. Frentress, Y. Giambastiani, J.J. McDonnell, G. Zuecco, P. Llorens, R. Siegwolf, T. Dawson and J. Kirchner. 2018. Ideas and perspectives: Tracing terrestrial ecosystem water fluxes using hydrogen and oxygen stable isotopes – challenges and opportunities from an interdisciplinary perspective. Biogeosciences, 15:6399–6415, DOI:10.5194/bg-15-6399-2018.
Pfister L, F. Thielen, E. Deloule, N. Valle, E. Lentzen, C. Grave C, J. and J.J. McDonnell, 2018. Pearl mussels as a stream water stable isotope recorder. Ecohydrology, DOI: 10.1002/eco.2007
Stein, S., J.J. McDonnell and M. Miller, 2018. Discussing scientific ethics: what would you do? Astronomy and Geophysics, 59(4):4.12, DOI:10.1093/astrogeo/aty187.

Spence, C., J. Wolfe, C. Whitfield, H. Baulch, N. Basu, A. Bedard-Haughn, K. Belcher, R. Clark, G. Ferguson, M. Hayashi, K. Liber, J.J. McDonnell, C. Morrissey, J. Pomeroy, M. Reed and G. Strickert, 2018. Prairie Water: A Global Water Futures project to enhance the resilience of Prairie communities through sustainable water management. Canadian Water Resources Journal, 44(2):115-126, DOI:10.1080/07011784.2018.1527256.

Florian Pappenberger
Professor, Director of Forecasts

Forecast Department at the European Centre For Medium-Range Weather Forecasts

Professional interests: 
·       Early warning systems and Disaster Risk Reduction 
·       Numerical Weather Predictions
·       Cloud Computing
·       Artificial Intelligence and Big Data
·       Uncertainty/Sensitivity analysis and cascading of uncertainty/sensitivity 
·       Statistical post- and pre-processing 
·       Increasing the usage and usefulness of ensemble forecasts
Education
PhD, Lancaster University, UK (awarded 2004). Thesis: “Uncertainty in flood inundation modelling”. Supervisor: Prof Keith Beven
MSc, Lancaster University, UK (awarded 2000 with distinction). Dissertation: “Uncertainty in flood inundation modeling on the River Morava (Czech Republic)”. Supervisor: Prof Keith Beven
Professional Experience
From 2016 - Director of Forecasts, ECMWF
2014-2017 - Visiting Professor, Department of Geography, Bristol University, UK
2011-2014 - Visiting Professor, College of Hydrology & Water Resources, Hohai University, China
2006-2016 - Principal Scientist and Team Leader responsible for the operational centre of the European Flood Awareness System and the applications of NWP team, ECMWF
2008-2010 - Consultant on the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) project: Europeanizing flood forecasting of risk and science in the EU, EU/702283211
2009-2010 - Guest Lecturer, Department of Geography, King's College London, UK 
2004-2006 - Post-doctoral research assistant on the Flood Risk Management Research Consortium, Hydrology and Fluid Dynamics Group, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Lancaster, UK
2004 - Postdoctoral researcher, European Flood Alert System, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Weather Driven Natural Hazards Action, Institute for Environment and Sustainability, Ispra, Varese, Italy
2000 - Visiting Scientist, TG Masaryk Water Research Institute, Prague, Czech Republic
1998 - Research Assistant, University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
External recognitions: 
·       2015 Runner up, Harry Otten Prize for Innovation in Meteorology for "A global approach to predicting flash floods" (detailsabstract)
·       2012 IES Excellence Award 2011 for "Support to EU Policy", awarded to the EFAS team
·       2011 Arne Richter Award for Outstanding Young Scientists (EGU)
Publications
2020
Nikolaos Mastrantonas, Linus Magnusson, Florian Pappenberger, Jörg Matschullat (March 2020) Extreme precipitation events in the Mediterranean region: their characteristics and connection to large-scale atmospheric patterns. DOI: 10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-8593
John Hanley, Stephan Siemen, James Hawkes, Milana Vuckovic, Tiago Quintino, Florian Pappenberger (March 2020) Building Cloud-Based Data Services to Enable Earth Science Workflows. DOI: 10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-10297
Maria-Helena Ramos, Florian Pappenberger (March 2020) Connecting science, operations and decision-making when communicating uncertainty in hydro-meteorological forecasting. DOI: 10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-20257
Claudia Di Napoli, Robin J. Hogan, Florian Pappenberger (July 2020) Mean radiant temperature from global-scale numerical weather prediction models, International Journal of Biometeorology. DOI: 10.1007/s00484-020-01900-5
David S. Richardson, Hannah L. Cloke, Florian Pappenberger (June 2020) Evaluation of the Consistency of ECMWF Ensemble Forecasts, Geophysical Research Letters n. 11. DOI: 10.1029/2020GL087934
Claudia Di Napoli, Christopher Barnard, Christel Prudhomme, Hannah L. Cloke, Florian Pappenberger (July 2020) ERA5‐HEAT: A global gridded historical dataset of human thermal comfort indices from climate reanalysis, Geoscience Data Journal. DOI: 10.1002/gdj3.102
Caspar T.J. Roebroek, Shaun Harrigan, Tim van Emmerik, Calum Baugh, Dirk Eilander, C. Prudhomme, Florian Pappenberger (July 2020) Plastic in global rivers: are floods making it worse?. DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-43330/v1
Shaun Harrigan, Ervin Zsoter, Lorenzo Alfieri, Christel Prudhomme, Peter Salamon, Fredrik Wetterhall, Christopher Barnard, Hannah Cloke, Florian Pappenberger(September 2020) GloFAS-ERA5 operational global river discharge reanalysis 1979–present, Earth System Science Data n. 3, pp. 2043–2060. DOI: 10.5194/essd-12-2043-2020
Hylke E. Beck, Seth Westra, Jackson Tan, Florian Pappenberger, George J. Huffman, Tim R. McVicar, Gaby J. Gründemann, Noemi Vergopolan, Hayley J. Fowler, Elizabeth Lewis, Koen Verbist, Eric F. Wood (December 2020) PPDIST, global 0.1° daily and 3-hourly precipitation probability distribution climatologies for 1979–2018, Scientific Data. DOI: 10.1038/s41597-020-00631-x
Sarah Sparrow, Andrew Bowery, Glenn D. Carver, Marcus O. Köhler, Pirkka Ollinaho, Florian Pappenberger, David Wallom, Antje Weisheimer (September 2020) OpenIFS@home version 1: a citizen science project for ensemble weather and climate forecasting. DOI: 10.5194/gmd-2020-217
Shaun Harrigan, Ervin Zsoter, Lorenzo Alfieri, Christel Prudhomme, Peter Salamon, Fredrik Wetterhall, Christopher Barnard, Hannah Cloke, Florian Pappenberger(January 2020) GloFAS-ERA5 operational global river discharge reanalysis 1979–present. DOI: 10.5194/essd-2019-232
Emmanuel Rouges, Laura Ferranti, Holger Kantz, Florian Pappenberger (March 2020) Heatwaves over Europe: Identification and connection to large-scale circulation. DOI: 10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-5619
Shraddha Gupta, Jürgen Kurths, Florian Pappenberger (March 2020) Study of Tropical Cyclones in the North Indian Ocean basin using Percolation in Climate Networks. DOI: 10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-5916
Stephan Thober, Matthias Kelbling, Florian Pappenberger, Christel Prudhomme, Gianpaolo Balsamo, Robert Schweppe, Sabine Attinger, Luis Samaniego (March 2020) Improvement of the simulation of the water and energy cycle using Multiscale Parameter Regionalization (MPR). DOI: 10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-11596
Shaun Harrigan, Ervin Zsoter, Lorenzo Alfieri, Christel Prudhomme, Peter Salamon, Fredrik Wetterhall, Christopher Barnard, Hannah Cloke, Florian Pappenberger (March 2020) GloFAS-ERA5 operational global river discharge reanalysis 1979-present. DOI: 10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-15755
Jutta Thielen-del Pozo, Lise Autogena, Joshua Portway, Florian Pappenberger (March 2020) The science-policy interface – in need for "society" as a third component. DOI: 10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-21623
Beck H.E., Vergopolan N., Pan M., Levizzani V., van Dijk A.I.J.M., Weedon G.P., Brocca L., Pappenberger F., Huffman G.J., Wood E.F. (2020) Global-scale evaluation of 22 precipitation datasets using gauge observations and hydrological modeling, Advances in Global Change Research, pp. 625-653. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-35798-6_9
Lavers D.A., Ramos M.-H., Magnusson L., Pechlivanidis I., Klein B., Prudhomme C., Arnal L., Crochemore L., Hurk B.V.D., Weerts A.H., Harrigan S., Cloke H.L., Richardson D.S., Pappenberger F. (2020) A vision for hydrological prediction, Atmosphere n. 3. DOI: 10.3390/atmos11030237
2019
Konrad Bogner, Florian Pappenberger, Massimiliano Zappa (June 2019) Machine Learning Techniques for Predicting the Energy Consumption/Production and Its Uncertainties Driven by Meteorological Observations and Forecasts, Sustainability. DOI: 10.3390/su11123328
David A Lavers, Shaun Harrigan, Erik Andersson, David S Richardson, Christel Prudhomme, Florian Pappenberger (December 2019) A vision for improving global flood forecasting, Environmental Research Letters n. 12, pp. 121002. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab52b2
Hylke E. Beck, Ming Pan, Tirthankar Roy, Graham P. Weedon, Florian Pappenberger, Albert I. J. M. van Dijk, George J. Huffman, Robert F. Adler, Eric F. Wood (January 2019) Daily evaluation of 26 precipitation datasets using Stage-IV gauge-radar data for the CONUS, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences n. 1, pp. 207–224. DOI: 10.5194/hess-23-207-2019
Florian Pappenberger, Hannah L. Cloke, Calum A. Baugh (April 2019) Cartograms for Use in Forecasting Weather-Driven Natural Hazards, The Cartographic Journal, pp. 1–12. DOI: 10.1080/00087041.2018.1534358
Claudia Vitolo, Claudia Di Napoli, Francesca Di Giuseppe, Hannah L. Cloke, Florian Pappenberger (June 2019) Mapping combined wildfire and heat stress hazards to improve evidence-based decision making, Environment International, pp. 21–34. DOI: 10.1016/j.envint.2019.03.008
David A. Lavers, Anton Beljaars, David S. Richardson, Mark J. Rodwell, Florian Pappenberger (May 2019) A Forecast Evaluation of Planetary Boundary Layer Height Over the Ocean, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. DOI: 10.1029/2019JD030454
Gianpaolo Balsamo, Anna Agusti-Panareda, Clément Albergel, Gabriele Arduini, Anton Beljaars, Jean Bidlot, Eleanor Blyth, Nicolas Bousserez, Souhail Boussetta, Andy Brown, Roberto Buizza, Carlo Buontempo, Frédéric Chevallier, Margarita Choulga, Hannah Cloke, Meghan Cronin, Mohamed Dahoui, Patricia de Rosnay, Paul Dirmeyer, Matthias Drusch, Emanuel Dutra, Michael B. Ek, Pierre Gentine, Helene Hewitt, Sarah Keeley, Yann Kerr, SUJAY KUMAR, Cristina Lupu, Jean-Francois Mahfouf, Joe McNorton, Susanne Mecklenburg, Kristian Mogensen, Joaquin Muñoz-Sabater, Rene Orth, Florence Rabier, Rolf Reichle, Ben Ruston, Florian Pappenberger, Irina Sandu, Sonia I. Seneviratne, Steffen Tietsche, Isabel Trigo, Remko Uijlenhoet, Nils Wedi, R. Iestyn Woolway, Xubin Zeng (April 2019) Correction: Balsamo, G., et al. Satellite and In Situ Observations for Advancing Global Earth Surface Modelling: A Review. Remote Sensing 2018, 10(12), 2038; doi:10.3390/rs10122038, Remote Sensing. DOI: 10.3390/rs11080941
Jurlina T., Baugh C., Pappenberger F., Prudhomme C. (2019) Flood hazard risk forecasting index (FHRFI) for urban areas: The Hurricane Harvey case study, Meteorological Applications. DOI: 10.1002/met.1845
Wang Q.J., Shao Y., Song Y., Schepen A., Robertson D.E., Ryu D., Pappenberger F. (2019) An evaluation of ECMWF SEAS5 seasonal climate forecasts for Australia using a new forecast calibration algorithm, Environmental Modelling and Software. DOI: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2019.104550
Magnusson L., Bidlot J.-R., Bonavita M., Brown A.R., Browne P.A., De Chiara G., Dahoui M., Lang S.T.K., McNally T., Mogensen K.S., Pappenberger F., Prates F., Rabier F., Richardson D.S., Vitart F., Malardel S. (2019) ECMWF activities for improved hurricane forecasts, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society n. 3, pp. 445-457. DOI: 10.1175/BAMS-D-18-0044.1
Balsamo G., Agusti-Panareda A., Albergel C., Arduini G., Beljaars A., Bidlot J., Blyth E., Bousserez N., Boussetta S., Brown A., Buizza R., Buontempo C., Chevallier F., Choulga M., Cloke H., Cronin M.F., Dahoui M., De Rosnay P., Dirmeyer P.A., Drusch M., Dutra E., Ek M.B., Gentine P., Hewitt H., Keeley S.P.E., Kerr Y., Kumar S., Lupu C., Mahfouf J.-F., McNorton J., Mecklenburg S., Mogensen K., Muñoz-Sabater J., Orth R., Rabier F., Reichle R., Ruston B., Pappenberger F., Sandu I., Seneviratne S.I., Tietsche S., Trigo I.F., Uijlenhoet R., Wedi N., Woolway R.I., Zeng X. (2019) Correction: Satellite and in situ observations for advancing global earth surface modelling: A review [Remote Sensing, 10, (2018), (2038)]doi 10.3390/rs10122038, Remote Sensing n. 8. DOI: 10.3390/rs11080942
Zsoter E., Cloke H., Stephens E., DE ROSNAY P., Muñoz-Sabater J., Prudhomme C., Pappenberger F. (2019) How well do operational numerical weather prediction configurations represent hydrology?, Journal of Hydrometeorology n. 8, pp. 1533-1552. DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-18-0086.1
Bogner K., Pappenberger F., Zappa M. (2019) Machine Learning techniques for predicting the energy consumption/production and its uncertainties driven by meteorological observations and forecasts, Sustainability (Switzerland) n. 12. DOI: 10.3390/su10023328
Gascón E., Lavers D., Hamill T.M., Richardson D.S., Bouallègue Z.B., Leutbecher M., Pappenberger F. (2019) Statistical postprocessing of dual-resolution ensemble precipitation forecasts across Europe, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society n. 724, pp. 3218-3235. DOI: 10.1002/qj.3615
Di Napoli C., Pappenberger F., Cloke H.L. (2019) Verification of heat stress thresholds for a health-based heat-wave definition, Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology n. 6, pp. 1177-1194. DOI: 10.1175/JAMC-D-18-0246.1
2018
Hylke E. Beck, Ming Pan, Tirthankar Roy, Graham P. Weedon, Florian Pappenberger, Albert I. J. M. van Dijk, George J. Huffman, Robert F. Adler, Eric F. Wood (September 2018) Daily evaluation of 26 precipitation datasets using Stage-IV gauge-radar data for the CONUS. DOI: 10.5194/hess-2018-481
Stefan Kollet, Fabian Gasper, Slavko Brdar, Klaus Goergen, Harrie-Jan Hendricks-Franssen, Jessica Keune, Wolfgang Kurtz, Volker Küll, Florian Pappenberger, Stefan Poll, Silke Trömel, Prabhakar Shrestha, Clemens Simmer, Mauro Sulis (October 2018) Introduction of an Experimental Terrestrial Forecasting/Monitoring System at Regional to Continental Scales Based on the Terrestrial System Modeling Platform (v1.1.0). DOI: 10.20944/preprints201810.0625.v1
Stefan Kollet, Fabian Gasper, Slavko Brdar, Klaus Goergen, Harrie-Jan Hendricks-Franssen, Jessica Keune, Wolfgang Kurtz, Volker Küll, Florian Pappenberger, Stefan Poll, Silke Trömel, Prabhakar Shrestha, Clemens Simmer, Mauro Sulis (November 2018) Introduction of an Experimental Terrestrial Forecasting/Monitoring System at Regional to Continental Scales Based on the Terrestrial System Modeling Platform (v1.1.0). DOI: 10.20944/preprints201810.0625.v2
Stefan Kollet, Fabian Gasper, Slavko Brdar, Klaus Goergen, Harrie-Jan Hendricks-Franssen, Jessica Keune, Wolfgang Kurtz, Volker Küll, Florian Pappenberger, Stefan Poll, Silke Trömel, Prabhakar Shrestha, Clemens Simmer, Mauro Sulis (November 2018) Introduction of an Experimental Terrestrial Forecasting/Monitoring System at Regional to Continental Scales Based on the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform (v1.1.0), Water. DOI: 10.3390/w10111697
Christophe Lavaysse, Jürgen Vogt, Andrea Toreti, Marco L. Carrera, Florian Pappenberger (December 2018) On the use of weather regimes to forecast meteorological drought over Europe, Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences n. 12, pp. 3297–3309. DOI: 10.5194/nhess-18-3297-2018
Gianpaolo Balsamo, Anna Agusti-Panareda, Clément Albergel, Gabriele Arduini, Anton Beljaars, Jean Bidlot, Nicolas Bousserez, Souhail Boussetta, Andy Brown, Roberto Buizza, Carlo Buontempo, Frédéric Chevallier, Margarita Choulga, Hannah Cloke, Meghan Cronin, Mohamed Dahoui, Patricia de Rosnay, Paul Dirmeyer, Emanuel Dutra, Michael B. Ek, Pierre Gentine, Helene Hewitt, Sarah Keeley, Yann Kerr, SUJAY KUMAR, Cristina Lupu, Jean-Francois Mahfouf, Joe McNorton, Susanne Mecklenburg, Kristian Mogensen, Joaquin Muñoz-Sabater, Rene Orth, Florence Rabier, Rolf Reichle, Ben Ruston, Florian Pappenberger, Irina Sandu, Sonia I. Seneviratne, Steffen Tietsche, Isabel Trigo, Remko Uijlenhoet, Nils Wedi, R. Iestyn Woolway, Xubin Zeng (December 2018) Satellite and In Situ Observations for Advancing Global Earth Surface Modelling: A Review, Remote Sensing. DOI: 10.3390/rs10122038
Hylke E. Beck, Ming Pan, Tirthankar Roy, Graham P. Weedon, Florian Pappenberger, Albert I. J. M. van Dijk, George J. Huffman, Robert F. Adler, Eric F. Wood (September 2018) Supplementary material to "Daily evaluation of 26 precipitation datasets using Stage-IV gauge-radar data for the CONUS". DOI: 10.5194/hess-2018-481-supplement
Louise Arnal, Hannah L. Cloke, Elisabeth Stephens, Fredrik Wetterhall, Christel Prudhomme, Jessica Neumann, Blazej Krzeminski, Florian Pappenberger (April 2018) Skilful seasonal forecasts of streamflow over Europe?, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences n. 4, pp. 2057–2072. DOI: 10.5194/hess-22-2057-2018
Erin Coughlan de Perez, Maarten van Aalst, Konstantinos Bischiniotis, Simon Mason, Hannah Nissan, Florian Pappenberger, Elisabeth Stephens, Ervin Zsoter, Bart van den Hurk (May 2018) Global predictability of temperature extremes, Environmental Research Letters n. 5, pp. 054017. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/aab94a
Rebecca Emerton, Ervin Zsoter, Louise Arnal, Hannah L. Cloke, Davide Muraro, Christel Prudhomme, Elisabeth M. Stephens, Peter Salamon, Florian Pappenberger (May 2018) Developing a global operational seasonal hydro-meteorological forecasting system: GloFAS v2.2 Seasonal v1.0. DOI: 10.5194/gmd-2018-118
Di Napoli Claudia, Pappenberger Florian, Cloke Hannah L (2018) Assessing heat-related health risk in Europe via the Universal Thermal Climate Index (UTCI)., International journal of biometeorology. DOI: 10.1007/s00484-018-1518-2
Christophe Lavaysse, Jürgen Vogt, Andrea Toreti, Marco L. Carrera, Florian Pappenberger (July 2018) On the use of Weather Regimes to forecast meteorological drought over Europe. DOI: 10.5194/nhess-2018-199
David A. Lavers, Mark J. Rodwell, David S. Richardson, F. Martin Ralph, James D. Doyle, Carolyn A. Reynolds, Vijay Tallapragada, Florian Pappenberger (August 2018) The Gauging and Modeling of Rivers in the Sky, Geophysical Research Letters n. 15, pp. 7828–7834. DOI: 10.1029/2018GL079019
Rebecca Emerton, Ervin Zsoter, Louise Arnal, Hannah L. Cloke, Davide Muraro, Christel Prudhomme, Elisabeth M. Stephens, Peter Salamon, Florian Pappenberger (August 2018) Developing a global operational seasonal hydro-meteorological forecasting system: GloFAS-Seasonal v1.0, Geoscientific Model Development n. 8, pp. 3327–3346. DOI: 10.5194/gmd-11-3327-2018
Bernhofen Mark V., Whyman Charlie, Trigg Mark A., Sleigh P. Andrew, Smith Andrew M., Sampson Christopher C., Yamazaki Dai, Ward Philip J., Rudari Roberto, Pappenberger Florian, Dottori Francesco, Salamon Peter, Winsemius Hessel C. (2018) A first collective validation of global fluvial flood models for major floods in Nigeria and Mozambique, Environmental Research Letters n. 10. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/aae014
Rebecca Emerton, Ervin Zsoter, Louise Arnal, Hannah L. Cloke, Davide Muraro, Christel Prudhomme, Elisabeth M. Stephens, Peter Salamon, Florian Pappenberger (May 2018) Supplementary material to "Developing a global operational seasonal hydro-meteorological forecasting system: GloFAS v2.2 Seasonal v1.0". DOI: 10.5194/gmd-2018-118-supplement
Christophe Lavaysse, Jürgen Vogt, Andrea Toreti, Marco L. Carrera, Florian Pappenberger (July 2018) Supplementary material to "On the use of Weather Regimes to forecast meteorological drought over Europe". DOI: 10.5194/nhess-2018-199-supplement
Santoro Mattia, Andres Volker, Jirka Simon, Koike Toshio, Looser Ulrich, Nativi Stefano, Pappenberger Florian, Schlummer Manuela, Strauch Adrian, Utech Michael, Zsoter Ervin (2018) Interoperability challenges in river discharge modelling: A cross domain application scenario, Computers & Geosciences, pp. 66-74. DOI: 10.1016/j.cageo.2018.03.008
Di Giuseppe Francesca, Remy Samuel, Pappenberger Florian, Wetterhall Fredrik (2018) Using the Fire Weather Index (FWI) to improve the estimation of fire emissions from fire radiative power (FRP) observations, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics n. 8, pp. 5359-5370. DOI: 10.5194/acp-18-5359-2018
Lavers David A., Richardson David S., Ramos Alexandre M., Zsoter Ervin, Pappenberger Florian, Trigo Ricardo M. (2018) Earlier awareness of extreme winter precipitation across the western Iberian Peninsula, Meteorological Applications n. 4, pp. 622-628. DOI: 10.1002/met.1727
Tian Fuqiang, Li Yilu, Zhao Tongtiegang, Hu Hongchang, Pappenberger Florian, Jiang Yunzhong, Lu Hui (2018) Evaluation of the ECMWF System 4 climate forecasts for streamflow forecasting in the Upper Hanjiang River Basin, Hydrology Research n. 6, pp. 1864-1879. DOI: 10.2166/nh.2018.176
Trigg M. A., Birch C. E., Neal J. C., Bates P. D., Smith A., Sampson C. C., Yamazaki D., Hirabayashi Y., Pappenberger F., Dutra E., Ward P. J., Winsemius H. C., Salamon P., Dottori F., Rudari R., Kappes M. S., Simpson A. L., Hadzilacos G., Fewtrell T. J. (2018) The credibility challenge for global fluvial flood risk analysis (vol 11, 094014, 2016), Environmental Research Letters n. 9. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/aadcd0

Raoult B., Di Fatta G., Pappenberger F., Lawrence B. (2018) Fast Retrieval of Weather Analogues in a Multi-petabytes Archive Using Wavelet-Based Fingerprints, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), pp. 697-710. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-93701-4_55

John Pomeroy
Professor, Global Institute for Water Security, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Geography & Planning,
Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change,
Director, Global Water Futures Programme,
Director, USask Centre for Hydrology,
Director, USask Coldwater Laboratory, Canmore, Alberta,
Associate Director, Global Institute for Water Security
Biography
Dr. John Pomeroy is Director of the Global Water Futures Programme – the largest university-led freshwater research project in the world. At the University of Saskatchewan he is the Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change, Distinguished Professor of Geography, Director of the Centre for Hydrology, and Director of the Coldwater Laboratory, Canmore, AB. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, the American Geophysical Union and the Royal Geographical Society, is the 2019 recipient of the Miroslaw Romanowski Medal from the Royal Society of Canada, was the 2017 recipient of the J Tuzo Wilson Medal from the Canadian Geophysical Union and serves as Institute Professor of the Biogeoscience Institute of the University of Calgary and Adjunct Professor of the University of Waterloo and of Wilfrid Laurier University. He leads the International Network for Alpine Research Catchment Hydrology project of the World Climate Research Programme.
He is the founder and former President of the International Commission on Snow and Ice Hydrology, former Chair of the International Decade for Predictions in Ungauged basins, former President of the Canadian Geophysical Union, was the first Professor of Hydrology in Wales and was a Professor at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Research Scientist with Environment Canada and the US Forest Service and a NATO Science Fellow at the University of East Anglia. His primary research interests are in cold regions hydrology and water quality with an emphasis on snow redistribution and ablation processes, and the development of novel observational and modelling techniques. Dr. Pomeroy has authored over 350 research articles and several books that have been cited over 17,000 times.
Professor Pomeroy has conducted research in western and northern Canada, the United States, Bolivia, Russia, Wales, Scotland, Nepal, China, Chile and Japan. He has given many presentations throughout North America, Europe, Africa and Asia.

Publications
Papers in Refereed Journals
2020
·       COSTA D., AZIZ U.,ELLIOTT J., BAULCH H., ROY B., SCHNEIDER K., POMEROY J. (2020). THE NUTRIENT APP: DEVELOPING A SMARTPHONE APPLICATION FOR ON-SITE INSTANTANEOUS COMMUNITY-BASED NO3 AND PO4 MONITORING. ENVIRONMENTAL MODELLING AND SOFTWARE: 133. HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.1016/J.ENVSOFT.2020.104829
·       LUO S., WANG J., POMEROY J.W., LYU S. (2020). FREEZE-THAW CHANGES OF SEASONALLY FROZEN GROUND ON THE TIBETAN PLATEAU FROM 1960 TO 2014. JOURNAL OF CLIMATE: 33, PP. 9427-9446. HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.1175/JCLI-D-19-0923.1
·       LEROUX N.R., MARSH C.B. AND POMEROY J.W. (2020). SIMULATION OF PREFERENTIAL FLOW IN SNOW WITH A 2-D NON-EQUILIBRIUM RICHARDS MODEL AND EVALUATION AGAINST LABORATORY DATA. WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH: 56, PP. 1-11. HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.1029/2020WR027466
·       AKSAMIT N.O. AND POMEROY J.W. (2020). WARM-AIR ENTRAINMENT AND ADVECTION DURING ALPINE BLOWING SNOW EVENTS. THE CRYOSPHERE: 14, PP. 2795-2807. HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.5194/TC-14-2795-2020
·       ASONG Z.E., ELSHAMY M.E., PRINCZ D., WHEATER H.S., POMEROY J.W., PIETRONIRO A. AND CANNON A. (2020). HIGH-RESOLUTION METEOROLOGICAL FORCING DATA FOR HYDROLOGICAL MODELLING AND CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ANALYSIS IN THE MACKENZIE RIVER BASIN. EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE DATA: 12, PP. 629-645. HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.5194/ESSD-12-629-2020
·       MARSH C.B., POMEROY J.W., SPITERI R.J. AND WHEATER H.S. (2020). A FINITE VOLUME BLOWING SNOW MODEL FOR USE WITH VARIABLE RESOLUTION MESHES. WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH: 56, PP. 1-28. HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.1029/2019WR025307
·       COSTA D., SEXSTONE G.A., POMEROY J.W., CAMPBELL D.H., CLOW D.W., AND MAST A. (2020). PREFERENTIAL ELUTION OF IONIC SOLUTES IN MELTING SNOWPACKS: IMPROVING PROCESS UNDERSTANDING THROUGH FIELD OBSERVATIONS AND MODELING IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT: 710, PP. 1-15. HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.1016/J.SCITOTENV.2019.136273
·       WHITFIELD P.H., SHOOK K.R., AND POMEROY J.W. (2020). SPATIAL PATTERNS OF TEMPORAL CHANGES IN CANADIAN PRAIRIE STREAMFLOW USING AN ALTERNATIVE TREND ASSESSMENT APPROACH JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY: 582, PP. 1-12. HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.1016/J.JHYDROL.2020.124541
·       KINAR, N.*, POMEROY, J., SI, B. (2020) SIGNAL PROCESSING FOR IN SITU DETECTION OF EFFECTIVE HEAT PULSE PROBE SPACING RADIUS AS THE BASIS OF A SELF-CALIBRATING HEAT PULSE PROBE, GEOSCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTATION, METHODS AND DATA SYSTEMS, 9:2, 293-315, HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.5194/GI-9-293-2020
·       HARDER, P.*, POMEROY, J., HELGASON, W. (2020) IMPROVING SUB-CANOPY SNOW DEPTH MAPPING WITH UNMANNED VEHICLES: LIDAR VERSUS STRUCTURE-FROM-MOTION TECHNIQUES, THE CRYOSPHERE, 14:6, 1919-1935, HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.5194/TC-14-1919-2020
·       FANG, X.*, POMEROY, J. (2020) DIAGNOSIS OF FUTURE CHANGES IN HYDROLOGY FOR A CANADIAN ROCKIES HEADWATER BASIN, HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES, 24, 2731-2754, HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.5194/TC-14-1919-2020
·       LV, Z.*, POMEROY, J. (2020) ASSIMILATING SNOW OBSERVATIONS TO SNOW INTERCEPTION PROCESS SIMULATIONS, WILEY ONLINE, 34:10, HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.1002/HYP.13720
·       VIONNET, V., FORTIN, V., GABORIT, E., ROY, G., ABRAHAMOWICZ, M., GASSET, N., POMEROY, J. (2020) ASSESSING THE FACTORS GOVERNING THE ABILITY TO PREDICT LATE-SPRING FLOODING IN COLD-REGION MOUNTAIN BASINS, HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES, 24:4, 2141-2165, HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.5194/HESS-24-2141-2020
·       MARSH, C. B.*, POMEROY, J. W., AND WHEATER, H. S.: (2020) THE CANADIAN HYDROLOGICAL MODEL (CHM) V1.0: A MULTI-SCALE, MULTI-EXTENT, VARIABLE-COMPLEXITY HYDROLOGICAL MODEL €“ DESIGN AND OVERVIEW, GEOSCI. MODEL DEV., 13, 225-247, HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.5194/GMD-13-225-2020
·       SCHIRMER, M*. AND POMEROY, J. W. (2020) PROCESSES GOVERNING SNOW ABLATION IN ALPINE TERRAIN-DETAILED MEASUREMENTS FROM THE CANADIAN ROCKIES, HYDROL. EARTH SYST. SCI., 24, 143-157, HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.5194/HESS-24-143-2020
2019
·       LV, Z.*, POMEROY, J. W., & FANG, X.* (2019). EVALUATION OF SNODAS SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT IN WESTERN CANADA AND ASSIMILATION INTO A COLD REGION HYDROLOGICAL MODEL. WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 55. HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.1029/2019WR025333
·       VAN HUIZEN B, PETRONE RM, PRICE JS, QUINTON WL, POMEROY JW. (2019) SEASONAL GROUND ICE IMPACTS ON SPRING ECOHYDROLOGICAL CONDITIONS IN A WESTERN BOREAL PLAINS PEATLAND. HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES. 2019;1-15. HTTPS://DOI.ORG/ 10.1002/HYP.13626
·       COSTA D.*, POMEROY J., BAULCH H., ELLIOTT J., AND WHEATER H. (2019) USING AN INVERSE MODELLING APPROACH WITH EQUIFINALITY CONTROL TO INVESTIGATE THE DOMINANT CONTROLS ON SNOWMELT NUTRIENT EXPORT, HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES, 33: 2958- 2977. DOI: 10.1002/HYP.13463
·       WHITFIELD P.H. AND SHOOK K.R. (2019) CHANGES TO RAINFALL, SNOWFALL, AND RUNOFF EVENTS DURING THE AUTUMN-WINTER TRANSITION IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS OF NORTH AMERICA, CANADIAN WATER RESOURCES JOURNAL. PP. 1-15. DOI: 10.1080/07011784.2019.1685910
·       COSTA D.*, BAULCH H., ELLIOTT J., POMEROY J., AND WHEATER H. (2019) MODELLING NUTRIENT DYNAMICS IN COLD AGRICULTURAL CATCHMENTS: A REVIEW, ENVIRONMENTAL MODELLING AND SOFTWARE, 124: 1-16. DOI: 10.1016/J.ENVSOFT.2019.104586
·       RASOULI K.*, POMEROY J.W., AND WHITFIELD P.H. (2019) ARE THE EFFECTS OF VEGETATION AND SOIL CHANGES AS IMPORTANT AS CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES?, HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES, 23: 4933-4954. DOI: 10.5194/HESS-23-4933-2019
·       STONE L.E., FANG, X.*, HAYNES, K.M., HELBIG, M., POMEROY, J.W., SONNENTAG, O. AND QUINTON, W.L. (2019). MODELLING THE EFFECTS OF PERMAFROST LOSS ON DISCHARGE FROM A WETLAND-DOMINATED, DISCONTINUOUS PERMAFROST BASIN, HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES: 33, PP. 2607-2626, DOI: 10.1002/HYP.13546
·       RASOULI K*, POMEROY J, WHITFIELD PH, (2019). HYDROLOGICAL RESPONSES OF HEADWATER BASINS TO MONTHLY PERTURBED CLIMATE IN THE NORTH AMERICAN CORDILLERA, JOURNAL OF HYDROMETEOROLOGY, 20(5): 863 - 882. DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-18-0166.1
·       FANG X*, POMEROY JW, DEBEER C.*, HARDER P.*, SIEMENS E*, (2019). HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DATA FROM MARMOT CREEK RESEARCH BASIN, CANADIAN ROCKIES, EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE DATA, 11(2): 455 - 471. DOI: 10.5194/ESSD-11-455-2019
·       KROGH S*, POMEROY J, (2019). IMPACT OF FUTURE CLIMATE AND VEGETATION ON THE HYDROLOGY OF AN ARCTIC HEADWATER BASIN AT THE TUNDRA-TAIGA TRANSITION, JOURNAL OF HYDROMETEOROLOGY, 20: 197-215. DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-18-0187.1
·       COSTA D*, POMEROY JW, (2019). PREFERENTIAL MELTWATER FLOWPATHS AS A DRIVER OF PREFERENTIAL ELUTION OF CHEMICALS FROM MELTING SNOWPACKS, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 662: 110 - 120. DOI: 10.1016/J.SCITOTENV.2019.01.091
·       RASOULI K*, POMEROY JW, JANOWICZ JR, WILLIAMS TJ, CAREY SK, (2019). A LONG-TERM HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DATASET (1993-2014) OF A NORTHERN MOUNTAIN BASIN: WOLF CREEK RESEARCH BASIN, YUKON TERRITORY, CANADA, EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE DATA, 11(1): 89 - 100. DOI: 10.5194/ESSD-11-89-2019
·       HARDER P*, POMEROY JW, HELGASON WD, (2019). A SIMPLE MODEL FOR LOCAL-SCALE SENSIBLE AND LATENT HEAT ADVECTION CONTRIBUTIONS TO SNOWMELT, HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES, 23(1): 1 - 17. DOI: 10.5194/HESS-23-1-2019
2018
·       LEROUX NR*, POMEROY JW, (2018). SIMULATION OF CAPILLARY PRESSURE OVERSHOOT IN SNOW COMBINING TRAPPING OF THE WETTING PHASE WITH A NONEQUILIBRIUM RICHARDS EQUATION MODEL, WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 55(1): 236 - 248. DOI: 10.1029/2018WR022969
·       SPENCE C, WOLFE JD, WHITFIELD CJ, BAULCH HM, BASU NB, BEDARD-HAUGHN AK, BELCHER KW, CLARK RG, FERGUSON GA, HAYASHI M, LIBER K, MCDONNELL JJ, MORRISSEY CA, POMEROY JW, REED MG, STRICKERT G, (2018). PRAIRIE WATER: A GLOBAL WATER FUTURES PROJECT TO ENHANCE THE RESILIENCE OF PRAIRIE COMMUNITIES THROUGH SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT, CANADIAN WATER RESOURCES JOURNAL, (44(2); 115-126. DOI: 10.1080/07011784.2018.1527256
·       KRINNER G, DERKSEN C, ESSERY R, FLANNER M, HAGEMANN S, CLARK M, HALL A, ROTT H, BRUTEL-VUILMET C, KIM H, MENARD CB, MUDRYK L, THACHERAY C, WANG L, ARDUINI G, BALSAMO G, BARTLETT P, BOIKE J, BOONE A, CHÉRUY F, COLIN J, CUNTZ M, DAI Y, DECHARME B, DERRY J, DUCHARNE A, DUTRA E, FANG X*, FIERZ C, GHATTA J, GUSEV Y, HAVERD V, KONTU A, LAFAYSSE M, LAW R, LAWRENCE D, LI W, MARKE T, MARKS D, MÉNÉGOZ M, NASONOVA O, NITTA T, NIWANO M, POMEROY J, RALEIGH MS, SCHAEDLER G, SEMENOV V, SMIRNOVA TG, STACKE T, STRASSER U, SVENSON S, TURKOV D, WANG T, WEVER N, YUAN H, ZHOU W, ZHU D, (2018). ESM-SNOW MIP: ASSESSING SNOW MODELS AND QUANTIFYING SNOW-RELATED CLIMATE FEEDBACKS, GEOSCIENTIFIC MODEL DEVELOPMENT, 11(12): 5027 - 5049. DOI: 10.5194/GMD-11-5027-2018
·       CONWAY JP*, POMEROY JW, HELGASON WD, KINAR NJ*, (2018). CHALLENGES IN MODELLING TURBULENT HEAT FLUXES TO SNOWPACKS IN FOREST CLEARINGS, JOURNAL OF HYDROMETEOROLOGY, 19: 1599 - 1616. DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-18-0050.1
·       COSTA D*, POMEROY JW, WHEATER HS, (2018). A NUMERICAL MODEL FOR THE SIMULATION OF SNOWPACK SOLUTE DYNAMICS TO CAPTURE RUNOFF IONIC PULSES DURING SNOWMELT: THE PULSE MODEL, ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES, 122: 37 - 48. DOI: 10.1016/J.ADVWATRES.2018.09.008
·       THÉRIAULT JM, HUNG I, VAQUER P, STEWART RE, POMEROY J, (2018). PRECIPITATION CHARACTERISTICS AND ASSOCIATED WEATHER CONDITIONS ON THE EASTERN SLOPES OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS DURING MARCH-APRIL 2015, HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES, 22(8): 4491 - 4512. DOI: 10.5194/HESS-22-4491-2018
·       HARDER P*, HELGASON WD, POMEROY JW, (2018). MODELING THE SNOWPACK ENERGY BALANCE DURING MELT UNDER EXPOSED CROP STUBBLE, JOURNAL OF HYDROMETEOROLOGY, 19(7): 1191 - 1214. DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-18-0039.1
·       KROGH SA*, POMEROY JW, (2018). RECENT CHANGES TO THE HYDROLOGICAL CYCLE OF AN ARCTIC BASIN AT THE TUNDRA-TAIGA TRANSITION, HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES, 22(7): 3993 - 4014. DOI: 10.5194/HESS-22-3993-2018
·       MARSH CB*, SPITERI RJ, POMEROY JW, WHEATER HS, (2018). MULTI-OBJECTIVE UNSTRUCTURED TRIANGULAR MESH GENERATION FOR USE IN HYDROLOGICAL AND LAND SURFACE MODELS, COMPUTERS AND GEOSCIENCES, 119: 49 - 67. DOI: 10.1016/J.CAGEO.2018.06.009
·       WAYAND NE*, MARSH CB*, SHEA JM*, POMEROY JW, (2018). GLOBALLY SCALABLE ALPINE SNOW METRICS, REMOTE SENSING OF ENVIRONMENT, 213: 61 - 72. DOI: 10.1016/J.RSE.2018.05.012
·       AKSAMIT NO*, POMEROY JW, (2018). SCALE INTERACTIONS IN TURBULENCE FOR MOUNTAIN BLOWING SNOW, JOURNAL OF HYDROMETEOROLOGY, 19: 305 - 320. DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-17-0179.1
·       MACDONALD M*, POMEROY J, ESSERY R, (2018). WATER AND ENERGY FLUXES OVER NORTHERN PRAIRIES AS AFFECTED BY CHINOOK WINDS AND WINTER PRECIPITATION, AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY, 248: 372 - 385. DOI: 10.1016/J.AGRFORMET.2017.10.025
·       PATTISON-WILLIAMS JK, POMEROY JW, BADIOU P, GABOR S, (2018). WETLANDS, FLOOD CONTROL AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES IN THE SMITH CREEK DRAINAGE BASIN: A CASE STUDY IN SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA, ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, 147: 36 - 47. DOI: 10.1016/J.ECOLECON.2017.12.026
Books
·       POMEROY J W, WHITFIELD P H, SPENCE C, (2013). PUTTING PREDICTION IN UNGAUGED BASINS INTO PRACTICE. : CANADIAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION.
·       POMEROY J, (2013). WATER AND AGRICULTURE IN CANADA: TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCES. OTTAWA: COUNCIL OF CANADIAN ACADEMIES.
·       POMEROY J, (2009). THE SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF GROUNDWATER IN CANADA. OTTAWA: COUNCIL OF CANADIAN ACADEMIES.
·       YILMAZ K, YUCEL I, GUPTA H V, WAGENER T, YANG D, SAVENIJIE H, NEALE C, KUNSTMANN H, POMEROY J W, (2009). NEW APPROACHES TO HYDROLOGICAL PREDICTION IN DATA SPARSE REGIONS. WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS.
·       HOPKINSON, C., PIETRONIRO, A. POMEROY J.W., (2008). HYDROSCAN: AIRBORNE LASER MAPPING OF HYDROLOGICAL FEATURES AND RESOURCES. ONTARIO: CANADIAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION.
·       SPENCE C, POMEROY J W, PIETRONIRO A, (2005). HYDROSCAN: AIRBORNE LASER MAPPING OF HYDROLOGICAL FEATURES AND RESOURCES. ONTARIO: CANADIAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION.
·       JONES H G, POMEROY J W, WALKER D A, HOHAM R W, (2001). SNOW ECOLOGY: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY EXAMINATION OF SNOW-COVERED ECOSYSTEMS. CAMBRIDGE: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS.
·       DOLMAN A J, HALL A J, KAVVAS M L, OKI T, POMEROY J W, (2001). SOIL-VEGETATION-ATMOSPHERE TRANSFER SCHEMES AND LARGE SCALE HYDROLOGICAL MODELS. WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS.
·       POMEROY J W, GRANGER R J, (1999). WOLF CREEK RESEARCH BASIN: HYDROLOGY, ECOLOGY, ENVIRONMENT. SASKATOON: ENVIRONMENT CANADA.
·       POMEROY J W, GRANGER R J, (1999). BASSIN DE RECHERCHE DU RUISSEAU WOLF: HYDROLOGIE, ÉCOLOGIE, ENVIRONNEMENT. SASKATOON: ENVIRONMENT CANADA.
·       POMEROY J W, GRAY D M, (1995). SNOW ACCUMULATION, RELOCATION AND MANAGEMENT. SASKATOON: ENVIRONMENT CANADA.
Chapters in Books
·       POMEROY J, MACDONALD M, DORNES P, ARMSTRONG R, (2016). WATER BUDGETS IN ECOSYSTEMS. IN EDWARD A. JOHNSON AND YVONNE E. MARTIN (ED.), A BIOGEOSCIENCE APPROACH TO ECOSYSTEMS (PP. 88 - 132): CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
·       POMEROY J W, (2014). GLOBAL CHORUS: 365 VOICES ON THE FUTURE OF THE PLANET. IN MACLEAN T. (ED.), ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOOKS (PP. 318 - 318). VANCOUVER
·       POMEROY J W, FANG X, SHOOK K, WHITFIED P H, (2013). PREDICTING IN UNGAUGED BASINS USING PHYSICAL PRINCIPLES OBTAINED USING DEDUCTIVE, INDUCTIVE AND ABDUCTIVE REASONING APPROACH. IN POMEROY J.W., WHITFIELD P.H., SPENCE C. (ED.), PUTTING PREDICTION IN UNGAUGED BASINS INTO PRACTICE (PP. 43 - 63). CAMBRIDGE: CANADIAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION AND INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HYDROLOGICAL SCIENCES
·       POMEROY J W, SPENCE C, WHITFIELD P H, (2013). PUTTING PREDICTION IN UNGAUGED BASINS INTO PRACTICE. IN POMEROY J.W., WHITFIELD P.H., SPENCE C. (ED.), PUTTING PREDICTION IN UNGAUGED BASINS INTO PRACTICE (PP. 1 - 11). CAMBRIDGE: CANADIAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION AND INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HYDROLOGICAL SCIENCES
·       POMEROY J W, (2013). PREFACE. IN POMEROY J.W., WHITFIELD P.H., SPENCE C. (ED.), PUTTING PREDICTION IN UNGAUGED BASINS INTO PRACTICE (PP. III - V). CAMBRIDGE: CANADIAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION AND INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HYDROLOGICAL SCIENCES
·       POMEROY J W, SHOOK K R, FANG X, BROWN T, (2013). PREDICTING SPATIAL PATTERNS OF INTERNATIONAL RUNOFF VARIABILITY IN THE CANADIAN PRAIRIES. IN BLOSCHL G., SIVAPALAN M., WAGENER T., VIGLIONE A., SAVENIJE H. (ED.), RUNOFF PREDICTION IN UNGAUGED BASINS. SYNTHESIS ACROSS PROCESSES, PACE AND SCALES (PP. 283 - 289). CAMBRIDGE: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
·       HOPKINSON C, POMEROY JW, DEBEER C*, ELLIS C*, ANDERSON A, (2012). RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MOUNTAIN SNOWPACK DEPTH AND PRIMARY LIDAR POINT CLOUD DERIVATIVES IN A MOUNTAINOUS ENVIRONMENT. REMOTE SENSING AND HYDROLOGY (PP. 354 - 358). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS
·       WOO M-K, POMEROY J W, (2012). SNOW AND RUNOFF: PROCESSES, SENSITIVITY AND VULNERABILITY. IN FRENCH H., SLAYMAKER O. (ED.), CHANGING COLD ENVIRONMENTS: A CANADIAN PERSPECTIVE. CHICHESTER: JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD
·       MARSH P, POMEROY J W, POHL S, QUINTON W, ONCLIN C, RUSSELL M, NEUMANN N, PIETRONIRO A, DAVISON B, MCCARTNEY S, (2008). SNOWMELT PROCESSES AND RUNOFF AT THE ARCTIC TREELINE: TEN YEARS OF MAGS RESEARCH. COLD REGION ATMOSPHERIC AND HYDROLOGIC STUDIES, THE MACKENZIE GEWEX EXPERIENCE (PP. 97 - 124). BERLIN: SPRINGER-VERLAG
·       KING J C, POMEROY J W, GRAY D M, FIERZ C, FOHN P, HARDING R J, JORDAN R E, MARTIN E, PLUSS C, (2008). SNOW-ATMOSPHERE ENERGY AND MASS BALANCE. IN ARMSTRONG R., BRUN E. (ED.), SNOW AND CLIMATE, PHYSICAL PROCESSES, SURFACE ENERGY EXCHANGE AND MODELLING (PP. 70 - 124). CAMBRIDGE: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
·       POMEROY J W, (2007). COLD REGIONS HYDROLOGY, SNOW AND PUB. PREDICTIONS IN UNGAUGED BASINS: PUB KICK-OFF (PP. 85 - 91). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS
·       POMEROY J W, DE BOER D, MARTZ L, (2007). HYDROLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES. IN THRAVES B., LEWRY M., DALE J., SCHLICHTMANN H. (ED.), SASKATCHEWAN: GEOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVES (PP. 63 - 80). REGINA
·       SPENCE C, POMEROY J W, PIETRONIRO A, (2006). CANADIAN PUB PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION. PREDICTIONS IN UNGAUGED BASINS: PROMISE AND PROGRESS (PP. 487 - 491). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PUBL PRESS
·       POMEROY J W, JONES H G, TRANTER M, LILBAEK G, (2005). HYDROCHEMICAL PROCESSES IN SNOW COVERED BASINS. IN ANDERSON M. (ED.), ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE HYDROLOGICAL SCIENCES (PP. 2525 - 2538). LONDON: JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD
·       POMEROY J W, GRANGER R J, HEDSTROM N R, GRAY D M, ELLIOT J, PIETRONIRO A, JANOWICZ J R, (2005). THE PROCESS HYDROLOGY APPROACH TO IMPROVING PREDICTION TO UNGAUGED BASINS IN CANADA. IN SPENCE C., POMEROY J., PIETRONIRO A. (ED.), PREDICTION IN UNGAUGED VASINS, APPROACHES FOR CANADA'S COLD REGIONS (PP. 67 - 95). CAMBRIDGE: CANADIAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
·       JANOWICZ J R, HEDSTROM N, POMEROY J W, GRANGER R, CAREY S K, (2004). WOLF CREEK RESEARCH BASIN WATER BALANCE STUDIES. IN KANE D.L., YANG D. (ED.), NORTHERN RESEARCH BASINS WATER BALANCE (PP. 195 - 204). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS
·       POMEROY J W, HOLLER P, MARSH P, WALKER D A, WILLIAMS M, (2001). SNOW VEGETATION INTERACTIONS: ISSUES FOR A NEW INITIATIVE. SOIL, VEGETATION, ATMOSPHERE TRANSFER SCHEMES AND LARGE SCALE HYDROLOGICAL MODELS (PP. 299 - 306). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS
·       ESSERY R, POMEROY J W, (2001). SUBLIMATION OF SNOW INTERCEPTED BY CONIFEROUS FOREST CANOPIES IN A CLIMATE MODEL. SOIL, VEGETATION, ATMOSPHERE TRANSFER SCHEMES AND LARGE SCALE HYDROLOGICAL MODELS (PP. 343 - 348). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS
·       POMEROY J W, BRUN E, (2001). PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SNOW. IN JONES H.G., POMEROY J.W., WALKER D.A., HOHAM R.W. (ED.), SNOW ECOLOGY: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY EXAMINATION OF SNOW-COVERED ECOSYSTEMS (PP. 45 - 118). CAMBRIDGE: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
·       POMEROY J W, BROWN G, DAVIES T D, JONES H G, TRANTER M, PETERS N E, (2000). MICRO-SCALE VARIATION IN THE DEPOSITION OF SEA-SALT COMPONENTS IN SNOW IN CELTIC MOUNTAINS. IN JONES J.A.A., GILMAN K., JIGOREL A., GRIFFIN J. (ED.), WATER IN THE CELTIC WORLD: MANAGING RESOURCES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY (PP. 205 - 210). WALLINGFORD: BRITISH HYDROLOGICAL SOCIETY OCCASIONAL PAPER
·       JONES H G, POMEROY J W, (2000). SNOWMELT IN A SMALL BOREAL FOREST BASIN IN EASTERN CANADA: INFLUENCE OF CONCRETE FROST ON THE HYDROLOGY AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF SURFACE WATERS. IN JONES J.A.A., GILMAN K., JIGOREL A., GRIFFIN J. (ED.), WATER IN THE CELTIC WORLD: MANAGING RESOURCES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY (PP. 97 - 204). WALLINGFORD: BRITISH HYDROLOGICAL SOCIETY OCCASIONAL PAPER
·       POMEROY J W, ESSERY R, GRAY D M, SHOOK K R, TOTH B, MARSH P, (1999). MODELLING SNOW-ATMOSPHERE INTERACTIONS IN COLD CONTINENTAL ENVIRONMENTS. IN TRANTER M., ET AL (ED.), INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE CRYOSPHERE, CLIMATE AND GREENHOUSE GASES (PP. 91 - 102). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS
·       POMEROY J W, HEDSTROM N, PARVIANEN J, (1999). LE BILAN MASSIQU DE NEIGE AU RUISSEAU WOLF (YUKON): INCIDENCE DE LA SUBLIMATION ET LA REDISTRIBUTION DE LLA NEIGE. BASSIN DE RECHERCE DU RUISSEAU WOLF: HYDROLOGIE, ECOLOGIE, ENVIRONMENT (PP. 15 - 30). SASKATOON
·       JONES H G, POMEROY J W, (1999). ECOLOGIE DE LA NEIGE ET DES SYSTEMES RECOUVERTS DE NEIGE: RESUME ET PERTINENCEPOUR LE RUISSEAU WOLF. IN POMEROY J.W., GRANGER R.J. (ED.), BASSIN DE RECHERCE DU RUISSEAU WOLF: HYDROLOGIE, ECOLOGIE, ENVIRONMENT (PP. 1 - 13). SASKATOON
·       MARSH P, NEUMANN N, ESSERY R, POMEROY J W, (1999). MODEL ESTIMATES OF LOCAL ADVECTION OF SENSIBLE HEAT OVERA PATCHY SNOW COVER. IN TRANTER M. (ED.), INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE CRYOSPHERE, CLIMATE AND GREENHOUSE GASES (PP. 103 - 110). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS
·       POMEROY J W, HEDSTROM N, PARVIAINEN J, (1999). THE SNOW MASS BALANCE OF WOLF CREEK. IN POMEROY J., GRANGER R. (ED.), WOLF CREEK RESEARCH BASIN: HYDROLOGY, ECOLOGY, ENVIRONMENT (PP. 15 - 30)
·       JONES H G, POMEROY J W, (1999). THE ECOLOGY-COVERED SYSTEMS: SUMMARY AND RELEVANCE TO WOLF CREEK, YUKON. IN POMEROY J., GRANGER R. (ED.), WOLF CREEK RESEARCH BASIN: HYDROLOGY, ECOLOGY, ENVIRONMENT (PP. 1 - 14)
·       POMEROY J W, GOODISON B E, (1997). WINTER AND SNOW. IN BAILEY W.G., OKE T.R., ROUSE W.R. (ED.), THE SURFACE CLIMATES OF CANADA (PP. 68 - 100). MONTREAL: MCGILL-QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY PRESS
·       POMEROY J W, GRANGER R J, (1997). SUSTAINABILITY OF THE WESTERN CANADIAN BOREAL FOREST UNDER CHANGING HYDROLOGICAL CONDITIONS - I - SNOW ACCUMLATION AND ABLATION. IN ROSJBERG D., BOUTAYEB N., GUSTARD A., KUNDZEWICZ Z., RASMUSSEN P. (ED.), SUSTAINABILITY OF WATER RESOURCES UNDER INCREASING UNCERTAINTY (PP. 237 - 242). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS
·       POMEROY J W, MARSH P, (1997). THE APPLICATION OF REMOTE SENSING AND A BLOWING SNOW MODEL TO DETERMINE SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT OVER NORTHERN BASINS. IN KITE G.W., PIETRONIRO A., PULTZ T.J. (ED.), APPLICATIONS OF REMOTE SENSING IN HYDROLOGY (PP. 253 - 270)
·       MAXFIELD A W, MARSH P, POMEROY J W, QUINTON W L, (1997). ARCTIC SNOW AND SOIL OBSERVATIONS BY RADAR SATELLITE. IN KITE G.W., PIETRONIRO A., PULTZ T.J. (ED.), APPLICATIONS OF REMOTE SENSING IN HYDROLOGY (PP. 199 - 210)
·       GRANGER R J, POMEROY J W, (1997). SUSTAINABILITY OF THE WESTERN CANADIAN BOREAL FOREST UNDER CHANGING HYDROLOGICAL CONDITIONS - 2 - SUMMER ENERGY AND WATER USE. IN KITE G.W., PIETRONIRO A., PULTZ T.J. (ED.),SUSTAINABILITY OF WATER RESOURCES UNDER INCREASING UNCERTAINTY (PP. 243 - 250). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS
·       JANOWICZ J R, GRAY D M, POMEROY J W, (1997). SNOWMELT AND RUNOFF IN A SUBARCTIC MOUNTAIN BASIN. IN MILBURN D. (ED.), PROCEEDINGS OF THE HYDRO-ECOLOGY WORKSHOP ON THE ARCTIC ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY (PP. 303 - 320)
·       JONES H G, POMEROY J W, (1996). CELTIC EMIGRATION TO NORTH AMERICA: CLIMATE AND COLONISATION, A CASE STUDY OF FAILURE AND SUCCESS IN EARLY WELSH COLONIES. HYDROLOGIE DANS LES PAYS CELTIQUES, ACTES DU PREMIER COLLLOQUE INTERCELTIQUE D'HYDROLOGIE ET DE GESTION DEX EAUX – BRETAGNE (PP. 95 - 97). RENNES: INSA
·       POMEROY J W, JONES H G, (1996). WIND-BLOWN SNOW: SUBLIMATION, TRANSPORT AND CHANGES TO POLAR SNOW. IN WOLFF E., BALES R.C. (ED.), CHEMICAL EXCHANGE BETWEEN THE ATMOSPHERE AND POLAR SNOW (PP. 453 - 489). BERLIN: SPRINGER - VERLAG
·       POMEROY J W, MARSH P, JONES H G, DAVIES T D, (1995). SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF SNOW CHEMICAL LOAD AT THE TUNDRA TRANSITION. IN TONNESSEN K.A., WILLIAMS M.V., TRANTER M. (ED.), BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF SEASONALLY SNOW-COVERED CATCHMENTS (PP. 191 - 206). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS
·       POMEROY J W, GRAY D M, (1994). SENSITIVITY OF SNOW RELOCATION AND SUBLIMATION TO CLIMATE AND SURFACE VEGETATION. IN JONES H.G., DAVIES T.D., OHMURA A., MORRIS E.M. (ED.), SNOW AND ICE COVERS: INTERACTIONS WITH ATMOSPHERE AND ECOSYSTEMS (PP. 213 - 226). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS
·       POMEROY JW, DAVIES TD, TRANTER M, (1991). THE IMPACT OF BLOWING SNOW ON SNOW CHEMISTRY. SEASONAL SNOWPACKS: PROCESSES OF COMPOSITIONAL CHANGE (PP. 71 - 114). BERLIN: SPRINGER-VERLAG
·       POMEROY J W, DAVIES T D, TRANTER M, (1991). RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN BLOWING SNOW AND SNOW CHEMISTRY: INITIAL FINDINGS. IN PROWSE T.D., OMMANNEY S. (ED.), NORTHERN HYDROLOGY: SELECTED PERSPECTIVES (PP. 277 - 292)
·       POMEROY J W, (1991). TRANSPORT AND SUBLIMATION OF SNOW IN WIND-SCOURED ALPINE TERRAIN. IN BERGMANN H., LANG H., FREY W., ISSLER D., SALM B. (ED.), SNOW, HYDROLOGY AND FORESTS IN HIGH ALPINE AREAS (PP. 131 - 140). WALLINGFORD: IAHS PRESS
·       TABLER R D, POMEROY J W, SANTANA B W, (1990). DRIFTING SNOW. IN RYAN W.L., CRISSMAN R.D. (ED.), COLD REGIONS HYDROLOGY AND HYDRAULICS (PP. 95 - 145)
·       POMEROY JW, FITZGIBBON JE, GREEN MB, (1989). THE USE OF PERSONAL CONSTRUCT THEORY IN EVALUATING PERCEPTIONS OF LANDSCAPE AESTHETICS. IN DEARDEN P, SADLER B (ED.), LANDSCAPE EVALUATION: APPROACHES AND APPLICATIONS (PP. 151 - 176)
·       GRAY D M, POMEROY J W, GRANGER R J, (1989). MODELLING SNOW TRANSPORT, SNOWMELT AND MELTWATER INFILTRATION IN OPEN, NORTHERN REGIONS. IN MACKAY W.C. (ED.), NORTHERN LAKES AND RIVERS (PP. 8 - 22)
·       POMEROY J W, MALE D H, (1987). WIND TRANSPORT OF SEASONAL SNOWCOVERS. SEASONAL SNOWCOVERS: PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, HYDROLOGY (PP. 119 - 140). DORDRECHT: REIDEL D. PUBLISHING CO.

Zbigniew W. Kundzewicz
Professor, Corresponding Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Area of Expertise
·       Hydrology
·       Water resources
·       Climatology

Zbigniew W. Kundzewicz, , is Professor of Earth Sciences (since 1993) and Head of Laboratory of Climate and Water Resources in the Institute for Agricultural and Forest Environment, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznań (RCAFE PAS), Poland and a Senior Scientist in the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Potsdam, Germany. Coordinating Lead Author of Chapter 13 (Europe) in IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) WG2 TAR (Climate Change - Impacts, Adaptation, Vulnerabilities); Chapter 3 (Freshwater resources and their management) in IPCC WG2 AR4; IPCC Technical Paper on Climate Change and Water; and Chapter 4 of the IPCC Special Report on Extremes; hence part of the inner circle of the IPCC (2007 Nobel Peace Prize laureate). Member of the Advisory Board on the Environment (including Climate Change) of the European Union Seventh Framework Programme. Editor-in-Chief of scientific bi-monthly „Hydrological Sciences Journal” (Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK) and member of editorial boards of several scientific journals. Author of 387 publications.
Principal research interest and expertise
·       extreme hydrological events,
·       climate change impacts,
·       sustainable development.
State orders
Golden Cross of Merit (Poland), Knight’s Cross of Polonia Restituta Order (Poland). Great Golden Seal of the City of Poznań (Poland). Other awards: Tison Award of IAHS (1987) and two awards of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

Publications
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Zbigniew_Kundzewicz
Remko Uijlenhoet
Professor, Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands
Department of Environmental Sciences
Expertise:
·       Water management
·       Hydrology
·       Catchment hydrology
·       Hydrometeorology
·       Remote sensing
Publications:
2020
Amateurweerstations voor operationele hoge resolutie regenkaarten de Vos, L. W., Leijnse, H., Overeem, A. & Uijlenhoet, R., 2020,In : Stromingen : vakblad voor hydrologen. 26, 1,p. 73-80
Analysis of urban rainfall from hourly to seasonal scales using high-resolution radar observations in the Netherlands. Manola, I., Steeneveld, G. J., Uijlenhoet, R. & Holtslag, A. A. M., Feb 2020, In : International Journal of Climatology. 40, 2,p. 822-840
Decomposing satellite-based rainfall errors in flood estimation: Hydrological responses using a spatiotemporal object-based verification method Laverde-Barajas, M., Corzo Perez, G. A., Chishtie, F., Poortinga, A., Uijlenhoet, R. & Solomatine, D. P., Dec 2020, In : Journal of Hydrology. 591, 125554.
Deep Learning for an Improved Prediction of Rainfall Retrievals From Commercial Microwave Links Pudashine, J., Guyot, A., Petitjean, F., Pauwels, V. R. N., Uijlenhoet, R., Seed, A., Prakash, M. & Walker, J. P., 1 Jul 2020, In : Water Resources Research. 56, 7, e2019WR026255.
Estimating raindrop size distributions using microwave link measurements: Potential and limitations Van Leth, T. C., Leijnse, H., Overeem, A. & Uijlenhoet, R., 8 Apr 2020, In : Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 13, 4,p. 1797-1815 19 p.
Full-year evaluation of nonmeteorological Echo removal with dual-polarization fuzzy logic for two C-band radars in a temperate climate Overeem, A., Uijlenhoet, R. & Leijnse, H., Sep 2020, In : Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology. 37, 9, p. 1643-1660 18 p.
Hydrological application of radar rainfall nowcasting in the Netherlands Heuvelink, D., Berenguer, M., Brauer, C. C. & Uijlenhoet, R., 1 Mar 2020, In : Environment International. 136, 105431.
Hydrometeorological monitoring using opportunistic sensing networks in the Amsterdam metropolitan area De Vos, L. W., Droste, A. M., Zander, M. J.,Overeem, A., Leijnse, H., Heusinkveld, B. G., Steeneveld, G. J. & Uijlenhoet, R., 5 Mar 2020, In :Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 15 p.
Optimization of rain gauge sampling density for river discharge prediction using Bayesian calibration Wadoux, A. M. J. C., Heuvelink, G. B. M., Uijlenhoet, R. & De Bruin, S., 2020, In : PeerJ. 8, 32 p., e9558.
Spatial and Temporal Evaluation of Radar Rainfall Nowcasting Techniques on 1,533 Events Imhoff, R. O., Brauer, C. C., Overeem, A., Weerts, A. H. & Uijlenhoet, R., 1 Aug 2020, In : Water Resources Research. 56, 8, e2019WR026723.
2019
Contribution of potential evaporation forecasts to 10-day streamflow forecast skill for the Rhine River Van Osnabrugge, B., Uijlenhoet, R. & Weerts, A.,14 Mar 2019, In : Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 23, 3, p. 1453-1467
Correction: Balsamo, G., et al. Satellite and in situ observations for advancing global earth surface modelling: A review Balsamo, G., Agusti-Panareda, A., Albergel, C., Arduini, G., Beljaars, A., Bidlot, J., Blyth, E., Bousserez, N., Boussetta, S., Brown, A., Buizza, R., Buontempo, C., Chevallier, F., Choulga, M., Cloke, H., Cronin, M. F., Dahoui, M., Rosnay, P. D., Dirmeyer, P. A., Drusch, M & 26 others, 18 Apr 2019, In : Remote Sensing. 11, 8, 941.
Effect of disdrometer type on rain drop size distribution characterisation: A new dataset for south-eastern Australia Guyot, A., Pudashine, J., Protat, A., Uijlenhoet, R., Pauwels, V. R. N., Seed, A. & Walker, J. P., 19 Nov 2019,In : Hydrology and Earth System Sciences.23,11, p. 4737-4761 25 p.
ERAD2018 – 10th European Conference on Radar in Meteorology and Hydrology: Congresverslag Uijlenhoet, R., Leijnse, H. & de Vos, L. W., 2019, In : Stromingen : vakblad voor hydrologen. 32, 2, p. 49-52
Evaluating seasonal hydrological extremes in mesoscale (pre-) Alpine basins at coarse 0.5° and fine hyperresolution Buitink, J., Uijlenhoet, R. & Teuling, A. J., 19 Mar 2019, In : Hydrology and Earth System Sciences.23,3, p. 1593-1609 17 p.
Quality Control for Crowdsourced Personal Weather Stations to Enable Operational Rainfall Monitoring de Vos, L., Leijnse, H., Overeem, A. & Uijlenhoet, R., 16 Aug 2019, In : Geophysical Research Letters. 46, 15, p. 8820-8829 10 p.
Rainfall estimation accuracy of a nationwide instantaneously sampling commercial microwave link network: Error dependency on known characteristics de Vos, L. W., Overeem, A., Leijnse, H. & Uijlenhoet, R., 1 Jul 2019, In : Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology. 36, 8,p. 1267-1283 17 p.
Spatiotemporal analysis of extreme rainfall events using an object-based approach Laverde-Barajas, M., Corzo, G., Bhattacharya, B., Uijlenhoet, R. & Solomatine, D., 11 Jan 2019, Spatiotemporal Analysis of Extreme Hydrological Events. Elsevier, p. 95-112 18 p.
Subjective modeling decisions can significantly impact the simulation of flood and drought events Melsen, L. A., Teuling, A. J., Torfs, P. J. J. F., Zappa, M., Mizukami, N., Mendoza, P. A., Clark, M. P. & Uijlenhoet, R., 1 Jan 2019, In : Journal of Hydrology. 568, p. 1093-1104
Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective Blöschl, G., Bierkens, M. F. P., Chambel, A., Cudennec, C., Destouni, G., Fiori, A., Kirchner, J. W., McDonnell, J. J., Savenije, H. H. G., Sivapalan, M., Stumpp, C., Toth, E., Volpi, E., Carr, G., Lupton, C., Salinas, J., Széles, B., Viglione, A., Aksoy, H., Allen, S. T.& 185 others, 2 Jul 2019, In : Hydrological Sciences Journal. 64, 10 ,p. 1141-1158 18 p.
2018
10th European Conference on Radar in Meteorology and Hydrology (ERAD 2018) : 1-6 July 2018, Ede-Wageningen, The Netherlands de Vos, L. (ed.), Leijnse, H. (ed.) & Uijlenhoet, R. (ed.), 2018, Wageningen: Wageningen University & Research. 983 p.
A measurement campaign to assess sources of error in microwave link rainfall estimation van Leth, T. C., Overeem, A., Leijnse, H. & Uijlenhoet, R., 9 Aug 2018, In : Atmospheric Measurement Techniques.11, 8, p. 4645-4669
Anatomy of simultaneous flood peaks at a lowland confluence Geertsema, T. J., Teuling, A. J., Uijlenhoet, R., Torfs, P. J. J. F. & Hoitink, A. J. F., 29 Oct 2018, In : Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 22, 10, p. 5599-5613
Confirmation of a Short-Time Expression for the Hydrograph Rising Limb of an Initially Dry Aquifer Using Laboratory Hillslope Outflow Experiments Pauwels, V. R. N. & Uijlenhoet, R.,Dec 2018, In : Water Resources Research. 54, 12, p. 10.350-10.361
High-Resolution Simulation Study Exploring the Potential of Radars, Crowdsourced Personal Weather Stations, and Commercial Microwave Links to Monitor Small-Scale Urban Rainfall de Vos, L. W., Raupach, T. H., Leijnse, H., Overeem, A., Berne, A. & Uijlenhoet, R., Dec 2018, In : Water Resources Research. 54, 12, p. 10.293-10.312
Impact of Changes in Groundwater Extractions and Climate Change on Groundwater-Dependent Ecosystems in a Complex Hydrogeological Setting van Engelenburg, J., Hueting, R., Rijpkema, S., Teuling, A. J., Uijlenhoet, R. & Ludwig, F., Jan 2018, In : Water Resources Management. 32, 1, p. 259-272
Mapping (dis)agreement in hydrologic projections Melsen, L. A., Addor, N., Mizukami, N., Newman, A. J., Torfs, P. J. J. F., Clark, M. P., Uijlenhoet, R. & Teuling, A. J., 12 Mar 2018, In : Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 22, 3, p. 1775-1791
Measurements and Observations in the XXI century (MOXXI): innovation and multi-disciplinarity to sense the hydrological cycle Tauro, F., Selker, J., van de Giesen, N., Abrate, T., Uijlenhoet, R., Porfiri, M., Manfreda, S., Caylor, K., Moramarco, T., Benveniste, J., Ciraolo, G., Estes, L., Domeneghetti, A., Perks, M. T., Corbari, C., Rabiei, E., Ravazzani, G., Bogena, H., Harfouche, A., Brocca, L. & 10 others, Feb 2018, In : Hydrological Sciences Journal. 63, 2, p. 169-196
Opportunistic remote sensing of rainfall using microwave links from cellular communication networks Uijlenhoet, R., Overeem, A. & Leijnse, H., Aug 2018, In : Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water. 5, 4, p. e1289
Precipitation measurement and modelling: Uncertainty, variability, observations, ensemble simulation and downscaling Langousis, A., Deidda, R., Carsteanu, A. A., Onof, C., Burlando, P., Uijlenhoet, R. & Bárdossy, A., Jan 2018, In : Journal of Hydrology. 556, p. 824-826
Rainfall Monitoring Using Microwave Links from Cellular Communication Networks: The Dutch Experience Overeem, A., Leijnse, H. & Uijlenhoet, R., 29 Aug 2018, 2018 IEEE Statistical Signal Processing Workshop, SSP 2018. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., p. 110-114 8450708
Rainfall retrieval with commercial microwave links in São Paulo, Brazil Rios Gaona, M. F., Overeem, A., Raupach, T. H., Leijnse, H. & Uijlenhoet, R., 26 Jul 2018, In : Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 11, 7, p. 4465-4476
Satellite and in situ observations for advancing global earth surface modelling: A review Balsamo, G., Agusti-Panareda, A., Albergel, C., Arduini, G., Beljaars, A., Bidlot, J., Blyth, E., Bousserez, N., Boussetta, S., Brown, A., Buizza, R., Buontempo, C., Chevallier, F., Choulga, M., Cloke, H., Cronin, M. F., Dahoui, M., Rosnay, P. D., Dirmeyer, P. A., Drusch, M.& 26 others, 14 Dec 2018, In : Remote Sensing. 10, 12, 2038.
Spatial resolutions in areal rainfall estimation and their impact on hydrological simulations of a lowland catchment Terink, W., Leijnse, H., van den Eertwegh, G. & Uijlenhoet, R., Aug 2018, In : Journal of Hydrology. 563, p. 319-335
The hupsel brook catchment: Insights from five decades of lowland observations Brauer, C. C., van der Velde, Y., Teuling, A. J. & Uijlenhoet, R., 13 Sep 2018, In : Vadose Zone Journal. 17, 1, 180056.
Using weather radar observations for data assimilation to model the Amsterdam urban climate Koopmans, S., van Haren, R., Steeneveld, G. J., Theeuwes, N. E., Ronda, R. J., Uijlenhoet, R.& Holtslag, A. A. M., 2018, Proceedings ERAD2018.
WALRUS-gebruikersmiddag Brauer, C. C., Torfs, P. J. J. F., Prinsen, G. & Uijlenhoet, R., 2018.
Weather reanalysis on an urban scale using WRF van Haren, R., Koopmans, S., Steeneveld, G. J., Theeuwes, N., Uijlenhoet, R. & Holtslag, A. A. M., 24 Dec 2018, Proceedings - IEEE 14th International Conference on eScience, e-Science 2018. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., p. 279-280 8588668
Murugesu Sivapalan
Professor, University of Illinois, USA
Research Areas:
·       River
·       Watershed
·       Landscape Dynamics
Biography
Dr. Sivapalan's research has focused on making predictions in ungauged basins, increasingly in the context of human-induced environmental changes. A basic aim of his research has been to understand observed space-time variability of rainfall-runoff processes at a wide range of scales, including their extremes, and to interpret these in terms of underlying climate-soil-vegetation-topography interactions. Increased focus on hydrologic change has led him to launch the new sub-field of socio-hydrology that aims to explore the dynamic feedbacks between social and hydrological systems lying at the heart of the many critically important water management challenges. Dr. Sivapalan is especially keen towards ensuring that advances in predictions based on socio-hydrologic understanding are used to address acute water management challenges in developing countries where resources are scarce and social and environmental vulnerabilities are intertwined. He has led major efforts towards developing an international network of scientists to address critical water management challenges in the emergent Anthropocene.
Education
Ph.D., Civil Engineering, Princeton University
M.A., Civil Engineering, Princeton University
M.Eng., Water Resources Engineering, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Ceylon, Sri Lanka
Research Interests
 • The main focus of my research is on making predictions of hydrological responses in ungauged (i.e., catchments devoid of any response measurements) and changing catchments (i.e., subject to human impacts such as climate change, land use and land cover changes), avoiding the reliance on calibration.
• One basic aim of the research therefore is to understand observed space-time variabilities of and changes in a variety of hydrological responses, including extremes (within and between catchments), across spatial and temporal gradients and interpret these in terms of the underlying climate-soil-vegetation-topography-human interactions.
 • A further aim is to investigate interactions between water flow processes, and chemical, biotic, erosional and social processes crucial for predictions of changes in water quality (salinity, sediments, nutrients, pesticides etc.), including accounting of the associated hydrological, biogeochemical, morphological and societal changes.
 • These advances in predictive understanding and capability will be used to assess nature’s ecosystem services (to both humans and to other parts of nature) and human-induced disservices, as the means to achieve sustainable global water management through maximization of nature’s functioning.
Major Research Themes
• Climate-Soil-Topography-Vegetation Controls on Hydrological Variability
• Behavioral Modeling: Hydrological Change Predictions of Structure and Response
• Modeling of Coupled Hydrological and Structure Forming Processes
• Changes Down-Wind: Land-Atmosphere Interactions and Moisture Recycling
• Changes Down-Stream: Erosional and Biogeochemical Processes and Riverine Water Quality
• Human-Nature Interactions: Catchment Services and Sustainable Water Management
Specific Research Topics
• Role of climate, soil, vegetation and topography and human interactions and feedbacks on inter-annual variability of water balance
• General approaches to classification of hydrological, biogeochemical and ecological behavior based on hydrologic similarity
• Derivation of closure relations to parameterize sub-grid and sub-time heterogeneity for REW models
• A theoretical framework for scaling of REW of closure relations in space and time based on multi-scale characterisation of space-time heterogeneities
• Develop a measurement theory for testing the REW closure relations and assessment of REW scale state variables in the field through virtual models in virtual and actual catchments
• Links between runoff processes and sediment transport processes in large river basins and investigation of process controls on the scaling of sediment delivery ratio
• Accelerating water cycle dynamics: Multi-scale feedbacks between hydrological, biogeochemical and ecological processes in large watershed systems
• Effects of large scale vegetation changes for bio-fuel production and their impacts on food production, ecosystem health and nutrient export to oceans
• Biotic alteration of soil hydrologic properties and feedback with vegetation dynamics in water limited ecosystems
• Downwind propagation of effects of land use and land cover changes: ecohydrological approaches to moisture recycling at event scale
• Pattern dynamics approach to assessment, prediction and management of combined sewer overflows in large cities.
Publications
2020
A New Framework for Exploring Process Controls of Flow Duration Curves. Water Resources Research, 56(1), [e2019WR026083]. Ghotbi, S., Wang, D., Singh, A., Blöschl, G., & Sivapalan, M. (2020). https://doi.org/10.1029/2019WR026083
Illuminating water cycle modifications and Earth system resilience in the Anthropocene. Gleeson, T., Wang-Erlandsson, L., Porkka, M., Zipper, S. C., Jaramillo, F., Gerten, D., Fetzer, I., Cornell, S. E., Piemontese, L., Gordon, L. J., Rockström, J., Oki, T., Sivapalan, M., Wada, Y., Brauman, K. A., Flörke, M., Bierkens, M. F. P., Lehner, B., Keys, P., ... Famiglietti, J. S. (2020). Water Resources Research, 56(4), [e2019WR024957]. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019WR024957

Assessment of Climate, Sizing, and Location Controls on Green Infrastructure Efficacy: Hung, F., Harman, C. J., Hobbs, B. F., & Sivapalan, M. (2020). A Timescale Framework. Water Resources Research, 56(5), [e2019WR026141].https://doi.org/10.1029/2019WR026141
From hard-path to soft-path solutions: slow–fast dynamics of human adaptation to droughts in a water scarce environment. Medeiros, P., & Sivapalan Hydrological Sciences Journal, 65(11), 1803-1814., M. (2020). https://doi.org/10.1080/02626667.2020.1770258
Sustainability of agricultural basin development under uncertain future climate and economic conditions: A socio-hydrological analysis. Roobavannan, M., Kandasamy, J., Pande, S., Vigneswaran, S., & Sivapalan, M. (2020). Ecological Economics, 174, [106665]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2020.106665

Synergistic Impacts of Rainfall Variability and Land Use Heterogeneity on Nitrate Retention in River Networks: Exacerbation or Compensation? Ye, S., Sivapalan M. & Ran, Q., Aug 1 2020, In : Water Resources Research. 56, 8, e2018WR024226.
2019
An Urban Sociohydrologic Model for Exploration of Beijing's Water Sustainability Challenges and Solution Spaces Li, B., Sivapalan, M. & Xu, X., 2019,In : Water Resources Research. 55, 7, p. 5918-5940 23 p.
Dynamics and driving mechanisms of asymmetric human water consumption during alternating wet and dry periods Tian, F., Lu, Y., Hu, H., Kinzelbach, W. & Sivapalan, M., Apr 4 2019, In : Hydrological Sciences Journal 64, 5, p. 507-524 18 p.
Expanding the Scope and Foundation of Sociohydrology as the Science of Coupled Human-Water Systems Konar, M., Garcia, M., Sanderson, M. R., Yu, D. J. & Sivapalan, M., Jan 1 2019, In : Water Resources Research.
Sociohydrology: Scientific Challenges in Addressing the Sustainable Development Goals Di Baldassarre, G., Sivapalan, M., Rusca, M., Cudennec, C., Garcia, M., Kreibich, H., Konar, M., Mondino, E., Mård, J., Pande, S., Sanderson, M. R., Tian, F., Viglione, A., Wei, J., Wei, Y., Yu, D. J., Srinivasan, V. & Blöschl, G., Aug 1 2019, In : Water Resources Research.55, 8, p. 6327-6355 29 p.
Temporal and spatial signatures of sediment transport at the watershed scale: An approach to understand the behavior of the watershed Liu, D., Tian, F., Li, H., Lu, H., Lin, M. & Sivapalan, M., 2019, In : Tecnologia y Ciencias del Agua. 10, 4, p. 18-45 28 p.
Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective Blöschl, G., Bierkens, M. F. P., Chambel, A., Cudennec, C., Destouni, G., Fiori, A., Kirchner, J. W., McDonnell, J. J., Savenije, H. H. G.,Sivapalan, M., Stumpp, C., Toth, E., Volpi, E., Carr, G., Lupton, C., Salinas, J., Széles, B., Viglione, A., Aksoy, H., Allen, S. T. & 185 others, Jul 27 2019, In : Hydrological Sciences Journal. 64, 10, p. 1141-1158 18 p.
2018
A Budyko-type model for human water consumption Lei, X., Zhao, J., Wang, D. & Sivapalan, M., Dec 2018, In : Journal of Hydrology. 567, p. 212-226 15 p.
A framework for modelling the complexities of food and water security under globalization Dermody, B. J., Sivapalan, M., Stehfest, E., Van Vuuren, D. P., Wassen, M. J., Bierkens, M. F. P. & Dekker, S. C., 2018, In : Earth System Dynamics. 9, 1, p. 103-118 16 p.
From engineering hydrology to Earth system science: Milestones in the transformation of hydrologic science Sivapalan, M., Mar 7 2018, In : Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 22, 3, p. 1665-1693 29 p.
Multiscale temporal variability of flow-sediment relationships during the 1950s–2014 in the Loess Plateau, China Gao, G., Fu, B., Zhang, J., Ma, Y. & Sivapalan, M., Aug 2018, In : Journal of Hydrology. 563, p. 609-619 11 p.
Norms and values in sociohydrological models Roobavannan, M., Van Emmerik, T. H. M., Elshafei, Y., Kandasamy, J., Sanderson, M. R., Vigneswaran, S., Pande, S. & Sivapalan, M. , Feb 23 2018, In : Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 22, 2, p. 1337-1349 13 p.
Reconstructing Early Hydrologic Change in the California Delta and its Watersheds MacVean, L. J., Thompson, S., Hutton, P. & Sivapalan, M., Oct 2018, In : Water Resources Research. 54, 10, p. 7767-7790 24 p.
Scaling properties of food flow networks Konar, M., Lin, X., Ruddell, B. & Sivapalan, M. , Jul 2018, In : PloS one. 13, 7, e0199498.
Time Compression Approximation Relationship for Infiltration in the Presence of a Shallow Water Table: Evaluating the Role of Péclet Number Yao, L., Wang, D., Hooshyar, M., Singh, A. & Sivapalan, M. , Nov 2018, In : Water Resources Research. 54, 11, p. 9384-9397 14 p.
Yi Zheng
Professor, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China
Biography
Professor Yi Zheng received his Ph.D. degree in environmental science and management from University of California, Santa Barbara. Dr. Zheng joined the School of Environmental Science & Engineering (ESE) at SUSTech in January 2016. He is currently the Associate Dean of the School of ESE. Before he joined SUSTech, he was an associate professor and the Associate Director of the Department of Energy and Resources Engineering at Peking University. He is an Associate Director of the Young Scientists Committee of China Society of Natural Resources. He is a recipient of the Excellent Young Scholars Award from National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC).
After he came back to China in 2007, his research has been supported by more than 10 nation-level grants, as well as several consulting projects. Dr. Zheng has achieved significant research progress in environmental modeling, decision-making, and uncertainty analysis. He has published more than 70 academic papers and book chapters, more than 40 of which are in SCI journals. He has seven papers published in Water Resources Research (WRR). Two WRR papers were given honors of cover paper, Editor’s Highlight and featured article. Other SCI papers were also published in well-recognized environmental and water resources journals like Journal of Hydrology, Environmental Modelling & Software, Advances in Water Resources, Environmental Pollution, Science of the Total Environment, Agricultural Water Management, Water Research etc.
Dr. Zheng has extensive experience of watershed management practice, both in the U.S. and in China. He held a water resources engineer position in an environmental consulting firm before he came back to China, and his tasks included watershed water quality modeling, and development and management application of decision-making systems. He participated in, as a key member, several water resources assessment and environmental planning projects contracted with state and local government agencies, including California Department of Transportation, Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board, and Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. These projects cover watersheds in both west and east coastal areas of the U.S. In China, his watershed work covered Heihe River Basin, Huaihe River Basin, Luanhe River Basin, Xiangjiang River Basin, and Chaohu Lake Basin, as well as urban watersheds in modern cities like Beijing and Qingdao.
Education:
Ph.D. in Environmental Science & Management (2007), University of California, Santa Barbara
M.Sc. in Environmental Science (2002), Peking University
B.Sc. in Environmental Science (2000), Peking University
B.A. in Economics (2000), Peking University
Research Interests
·       Hydrology and water resources
·       Modeling complex environmental systems and its uncertainty analysis
·       Environmental and natural resources management
Professional Experience:
02/2018- present Professor and Associate Dean, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China
01/2016- 01/2018 Associate Professor and Associate Dean, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China
07/2007-12/2015.12 Associate Professor and Associate Director, Department of Energy and Resources Engineering, College of Engineering, Peking University, Beijing, China
01/2007-07/2007 Water Resources Engineer, Systech Engineering, Inc. (now Systech Water Resources, Inc.), San Ramon, California, USA
Publications:
Peer-reviewed Papers (*corresponding author))
2019
1. Zhao X#, Qiu W*, Zheng Y*, Xiong J, Gao C, Hu S (2019). Occurrence, distribution, bioaccumulation, and ecological risk of bisphenol analogues, parabens and their metabolites in the Pearl River Estuary, South China, Ecotoxicology and environmental safety, 180: 43-52.
2. Jiang S#, Babovic V, Zheng Y*, Xiong J (2019). Advancing opportunistic sensing in hydrology: a novel approach to measuring rainfall with ordinary surveillance cameras, Water Resources Research, 55(4): 3004-3027. [Eos Research Spotlight]
3. Mao G, Liu J, Han F, Meng Y, Tian Y, Zheng Y, Zheng C (2019). Assessing the interlinkage of green and blue water in an arid catchment in Northwest China, Environmental geochemistry and health, 1-21.
4. Chen C, Tian Y, Zhang YK, He X, Yang X, Liang X, Zheng Y, Han F, Zheng C, Yang C (2019). Effects of agricultural activities on the temporal variations of streamflow: trends and long memory, Stoch Environ Res Risk Assess. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00477-019-01714-x.
5. Niu G#, Zheng Y*, Han F, Qin H (2019). The nexus of water, ecosystems and agriculture in arid areas: A multiobjective optimization study on system efficiencies, Agricultural Water Management, 223: 105697.
6. Yu C, Wei S#, Zhang Y, Zheng Y, Yu Z, Donahoe R, Wei H (2019). Quantifying colloid fate and transport through dense vegetation and soil systems using a particle-plugging tempered fractional-derivative model, Journal of contaminant hydrology, 224:103484.
 7. Xu P#, Liao Y, Zheng Y*, Zhao C, Zhang X, Zheng Z, Luan S (2019). Northward shift of historical methane emission hotspots from the livestock sector in China and assessment of potential mitigation options, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 272: 1-11
8. Chen X, Xu B, Zheng Y*, Zhang C* (2019). Nexus of water, energy and ecosystems in the upper Mekong River: A system analysis of phosphorus transport through cascade reservoirs, Science of The Total Environment, 671: 1179-1191.
9. Li X, Gentine P, Lin C, Zhou S, Sun Z, Zheng Y, Liu J, Zheng C (2019). A simple and objective method to partition evapotranspiration into transpiration and evaporation at eddy-covariance sites, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 265: 171-182.
10. Feng L, Hou X, Zheng Y (2019). Monitoring and understanding the water transparency changes of fifty large lakes on the Yangtze Plain based on long-term MODIS observations, Remote Sensing of Environment, 221: 675-686.
11. Qiu W, Zheng M, Sun J, Tian Y, Fang M, Zheng Y, Zhang T, Zheng C (2019). Photolysis of enrofloxacin, pefloxacin and sulfaquinoxaline in aqueous solution by UV/H2O2, UV/Fe (II), and UV/H2O2/Fe (II) and the toxicity of the final reaction solutions on zebrafish embryos, Science of The Total Environment, 651: 1457-1468.
2018
12. Joo J, Tian Y, Zheng C, Zheng Y, Sun Z, Zhang A, Chang H (2018). An Integrated Modeling Approach to Study the Surface Water-Groundwater Interactions and Influence of Temporal Damping Effects on the Hydrological Cycle in the Miho Catchment in South Korea, Water, 10(11): 1529.
13. Jiang S#, Zheng Y*, Babovic V, Tian Y, Han F (2018). A computer vision-based approach to fusing spatiotemporal data for hydrological modeling, Journal of Hydrology, 567: 25-40.
14. Sun Z#, Zheng Y*, Li X, Tian Y, Han F, Zhong Y, Liu J, Zheng C (2018). The Nexus of Water, Ecosystems, and Agriculture in Endorheic River Basins: A System Analysis Based on Integrated Ecohydrological Modeling, Water Resources Research, 54. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018WR023364.
15. Tian Y, Xiong J, He X, Pi X, Jiang S, Han F, Zheng Y* (2018). Joint operation of surface water and groundwater reservoirs to address water conflicts in arid regions: An integrated modeling study, Water, 10(8), 1105.
16. Yao Y, Tian Y, Andrews C, Li X, Zheng Y, Zheng C (2018). Role of Groundwater in the Dryland Ecohydrological System: A Case Study of the Heihe River Basin, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123(13): 6760-6776.
17. Jiang J, Han F, Zheng Y, Wang N, Yuan Y (2018). Inverse uncertainty characteristics of pollution source identification for river chemical spill incidents by stochastic analysis, Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, 12(5): 6.
18. Mo J, Yang Q, Zhang N, Zhang W, Zheng Y, Zhang Z (2018). A review on agro-industrial waste (AIW) derived adsorbents for water and wastewater treatment, Journal of environmental management, 227:395-405.
19. Feng L, Hou X, Li J, Zheng Y (2018). Exploring the potential of Rayleigh-corrected reflectance in coastal and inland water applications: A simple aerosol correction method and its merits, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 146: 52-64.
20. Li X, Cheng G, Ge Y, Li H, Han F, Hu X, Tian W, Tian Y, Pan X, Nian Y, Zhang Y, Ran Y, Zheng Y, Gao B, Yang D, Zheng C, Wang S, Liu S, Cai X (2018). Hydrological cycle in the Heihe River Basin and its implication for water resource management in endorheic basins, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123:890–914.
21. Tian Y, Zheng Y*, Han F, Zheng C, Li X (2018). A comprehensive graphical modeling platform designed for integrated hydrological simulation, Environmental Modelling & Software, 108: 154–173.
22. Han F#, Zheng Y* (2018). Joint analysis of input and parametric uncertainties in watershed water quality modeling: A formal Bayesian approach, Advances in Water Resources, 116: 77-94.
23. Feng D#, Zheng Y*, Mao Y, Zhang A, Wu B, Li J, Tian Y, Wu X (2018). An integrated hydrological modeling approach for detection and attribution of climatic and human impacts on coastal water resources, Journal of Hydrology, 557: 305-320.
24. Qiu W, Shao H, Lei P, Zheng C, Qiu C, Yang M*, Zheng Y* (2018). Immunotoxicity of bisphenol S and F are similar to that of bisphenol A during zebrafish early development, Chemosphere, 194: 1-8.
25. Shi B, Jiang J, Sivakumar B, Zheng Y, Wang P (2018). Quantitative design of emergency monitoring network for river chemical spills based on discrete entropy theory, Water Research, 134: 140-152.
26. Zheng Y, Zhang W, Tang B, Bin L, Ding J, Zheng Y, Zhang Z (2018). Membrane fouling mechanism of biofilm-membrane bioreactor (BF-MBR): Pore blocking model and membrane cleaning, Bioresource Technology, 250: 398-405.
27. Wang L, Liang W, Chen W, Zhang W, Mo J, Liang K, Tang B, Zheng Y, Jiang F (2018). Integrated aerobic granular sludge and membrane process for enabling municipal wastewater treatment and reuse water production, Chemical Engineering Journal, 337: 300-311.
2017
28. Khan A, Jiang J, Wang P, Zheng Y (2017). Influence of topographic and socio-economic attributes on the climate sensitivity of global river water quality, Environmental Research Letters, 12: 104012.
29. Yao Y, Zheng C, Andrews C, Zheng Y, Zhang A, Liu J (2017). What controls the partitioning between baseflow and mountain block recharge in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau? Geophysical Research Letters, 44: 8352-8358. [GRL’s issue cover article]
30. Wu X#, Zheng Y*, Zhang J, Wu B, Wang S, Tian Y, Li J, Meng X (2017). Investigating hydrochemical groundwater processes in an inland agricultural area with limited data: a clustering approach, Water, 9, 723; doi:10.3390/w9090723.
31. Li X#, Zheng Y*, Sun Z, Tian Y, Zheng C, Liu J, Liu S, Xu Z (2017). An integrated ecohydrological modeling approach to exploring the dynamic interaction between groundwater and phreatophytes, Ecological Modelling, 356: 127-140.
Ross Woods
Professor, University of Bristol, UK
Biography
Ross Woods was born and grew up in a small farming community in New Zealand, just south of Christchurch.
He graduated from the University of Canterbury with degrees in Mathematics (Bsc (Hons) 1984) and Operations Research (MComm (Hons) 1986).
In 1986 he was hired by the Hydrology Centre at the Ministry of Works as a research scientist. His office was transferred to the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), and then to the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA). From 1993-6 he was granted study leave to work on a PhD at the University of Western Australia, under Siva Sivapalan. In 1996 he returned to NIWA, and remained there until 2013, working on research and consulting projects.
Ross joined the University of Bristol in January 2013.
Area of research
·       Catchment hydrology
·       Hydrology, water resources, hazards, hydroclimatology
Publications
2020
A brief analysis of conceptual model structure uncertainty using 36 models and 559 catchments Knoben, W. J. M., Freer, J. E., Peel, M., Fowler, K. J. A. & Woods, R. A., 3 Sep 2020,  In : Water Resources Research. 56, 9, 23 p., e2019WR025975.
A Practical, Objective and Robust Technique to Directly Estimate Time of Concentration Giani, G., Rico-Ramirez, M. A. & Woods, R. A., 18 Jun 2020, (In preparation) In : Water Resources Research.
CAMELS-GB: Hydrometeorological time series and landscape attributes for 671 catchments in Great Britain Coxon, G. , Freer, J. E., Woods, R., Wagener, T., Lane, R. A. & Howden, N. J. K., 12 Oct 2020, In : Earth System Science Data.

Hydrological signatures describing the translation of climate seasonality into streamflow seasonality Gnann, S. J., Howden, N. J. K. & Woods, R., Feb 2020, In : Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 24, 2, p. 561–580 20 p.
Towards the representation of groundwater in the Joint UK Land Environment Simulator Batelis, S. C., Rahman, M., Kollet, S., Woods, R. & Rosolem, R., 30 Jun 2020, In : Hydrological Processes. 34, 13, p. 2843-2863 21 p.
Towards the representation of groundwater in the Joint UK Land Environment Simulator Batelis, S-C., Rahman, M., Kollet, S., Woods, R. & Rosolem, R., 7 Apr 2020, In : Hydrological Processes.
2019
DECIPHeR v1: Dynamic fluxEs and ConnectIvity for Predictions of HydRology Coxon, G., Freer, J., Lane, R., Dunne, T., Knoben, W.,Howden, N., Quinn, N., Wagener, T. & Woods, R. , 14 Jun 2019, In : Geoscientific Model Development. 12, 6, p. 2285-2306 22 p.
Event-based classification for global study of river flood generating processes Stein, L., Pianosi, F. & Woods, R., 13 Dec 2019, In : Hydrological Processes. 16 p.
Global bimodal precipitation seasonality: a systematic overview Knoben, W., Woods, R. & Freer, J., Jan 2019, In : International Journal of Climatology. 39, 1, p. 558-567 10 p.
Is There a Baseflow Budyko Curve? Gnann, S.,Woods, R. & Howden, N., 8 Apr 2019, In : Water Resources Research. 55, 4, p. 2838-2855 18 p.
Modular Assessment of Rainfall-Runoff Models Toolbox (MARRMoT) v1.2: an open-source, extendable framework providing implementations of 46 conceptual hydrologic models as continuous state-space formulations. Knoben, W. J. M., Freer, J. E., Fowler, K. J. A., Peel, M. C. & Woods, R. A., 25 Jun 2019, In : Geoscientific Model Development. 12, 6, p. 2463-2480 18 p.
Quantifying asynchronicity of precipitation and potential evapotranspiration in Mediterranean climates/ Feng, X., Thompson, S. E.,Woods, R.& Porporato, A.,18 Dec 2019,In :Geophysical Research Letters. 10 p.
Technical note: Inherent benchmark or not? Comparing Nash-Sutcliffe and Kling-Gupta efficiency scores. Knoben, W. J. M., Freer, J. E. & Woods, R., 25 Oct 2019, In : Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 23, p. 4323–4331 9 p.
Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective. Blöschl, G., Bierkens, M. F. P., Chambel, A., Cudennec, C., Destouni, G., Fiori, A., Kirchner, J. W., McDonnell, J. J., Savenije, H. H. G., Sivapalan, M., Stumpp, C., Toth, E., Volpi, E., Carr, G., Lupton, C., Salinas, J., Széles, B., Viglione, A., Aksoy, H., Allen, S. T. & 185 others, 2 Jul 2019, In : Hydrological Sciences Journal. 64, 10, p. 1141-1158 21 p.
2018
A Quantitative Hydrological Climate Classification Evaluated With Independent Streamflow Data Knoben, W. J. M., Woods, R. A. & Freer, J. E., 22 Aug 2018, In :Water Resources Research. 54, 7, p. 5088-5109 22 p.
A rule based quality control method for hourly rainfall data and a 1 km resolution gridded hourly rainfall dataset for Great Britain: CEH-GEAR1hr. Lewis, E., Quinn, N., Blenkinsop, S., Fowler, H. J., Freer, J., Tanguy, M., Hitt, O., Coxon, G., Bates, P. & Woods, R., 1 Sep 2018, In : Journal of Hydrology. 564, p. 930-943 14 p.
Joint Editorial: Invigorating hydrological research through journal publications. Quinn, N., Blöschl, G., Bárdossy, A., Castellarin, A., Clark, M., Cudennec, C., Koutsoyiannis, D., Lall, U., Lichner, L., Parajka, J., Peters-Lidard, C. D., Sander, G., Savenije, H., Smettem, K., Vereecken, H., Viglione, A., Willems, P., Wood, A., Woods, R. , Xu, C. Y. & 1 others , Oct 2018, In : Hydrological Sciences Journal. 19, p. 365-369 5 p.
Simulating Runoff Under Changing Climatic Conditions: A Framework for Model Improvement Fowler, K., Coxon, G., Freer, J., Peel, M., Wagener, T., Weston, A., Woods, R. & Zhang, L., 1 Oct 2018, In : Water Resources Research. 21 p.