Michael Stoelzle
Michael Stoelzle
Hydrology, Environmental Hydrological Systems, University of Freiburg
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Are streamflow recession characteristics really characteristic?
M Stoelzle, K Stahl, M Weiler
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (2), 817-828, 2013
Catchment water storage variation with elevation
M Staudinger, M Stoelzle, S Seeger, J Seibert, M Weiler, K Stahl
Hydrological Processes 31 (11), 2000-2015, 2017
Streamflow sensitivity to drought scenarios in catchments with different geology
M Stoelzle, K Stahl, A Morhard, M Weiler
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (17), 6174-6183, 2014
Two-dimensional assessment of solute transport in shallow waters with thermal imaging and heated water
T Schuetz, M Weiler, J Lange, M Stoelzle
Advances in Water Resources 43, 67-75, 2012
Your work is my boundary condition!: Challenges and approaches for a closer collaboration between hydrologists and hydrogeologists
M Staudinger, M Stoelzle, F Cochand, J Seibert, M Weiler, D Hunkeler
Journal of Hydrology 571, 235-243, 2019
Is there a superior conceptual groundwater model structure for baseflow simulation?
M Stoelzle, M Weiler, K Stahl, A Morhard, T Schuetz
Hydrological processes 29 (6), 1301-1313, 2015
Beyond binary baseflow separation: a delayed-flow index for multiple streamflow contributions
M Stoelzle, T Schuetz, M Weiler, K Stahl, LM Tallaksen
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 24 (2), 849-867, 2020
Groundwater and baseflow drought responses to synthetic recharge stress tests
J Hellwig, M Stoelzle, K Stahl
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 25 (2), 1053-1068, 2021
Wassernutzung und Trockenheitsindikatoren in Baden-Württemberg
M Stölzle, K Stahl
Standort 35 (3), 94, 2011
As simple as possible? Drought recognition based on streamflow recession
geology 50, Q95, 2012
Stress testing as complement to climate scenarios: recharge scenarios to quantify streamflow drought sensitivity
M Stoelzle, M Staudinger, K Stahl, M Weiler
Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences 383, 43-50, 2020
Low Flow Events: a review in the context of climate change in Switzerland
I Kohn, K Stahl, M Stoelzle
Uni Freiburg, 2019
Linking multi-sectorial impacts to hydrometeorological extremes during the drought of 2018 in Germany.
K Stahl, V Blauhut, M Stoelzle, E Tijdeman, L Menzel, J Lange
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
Winter streamflow analysis in frozen, alpine catchments to quantify groundwater contribution and properties
M Stoelzle, M Weiler
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EPSC2016-4450, 2016
Improved baseflow characterization in mountainous catchments
M Stoelzle, T Schuetz, M Weiler, K Stahl, J Seibert, LM Tallaksen
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 10281, 2015
Lessons from the 2018–2019 European droughts: A collective need for unifying drought risk management
V Blauhut, M Stoelzle, L Ahopelto, MI Brunner, C Teutschbein, DE Wendt, ...
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 1-26, 2021
Rainbow color map distorts and misleads research in hydrology–guidance for better visualizations and science communication
M Stoelzle, L Stein
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 25 (8), 4549-4565, 2021
Post‐drought increase in regional‐scale groundwater nitrate in southwest Germany
K Jutglar, J Hellwig, M Stoelzle, J Lange
Hydrological Processes 35 (8), e14307, 2021
Stress-testing groundwater and baseflow drought sensitivity to recharge
J Hellwig, M Stoelzle, K Stahl
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-10511, 2021
What it takes to increase Europe's resilience to drought-Insights from a pan European survey on recent drought perception, impacts and management
V Blauhut, M Stoelzle, L Ahopelto, M Brunner, D Wendt, C Teutschbein
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-14496, 2021
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