Wouter R. Berghuijs
Wouter R. Berghuijs
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A precipitation shift from snow towards rain leads to a decrease in streamflow
WR Berghuijs, RA Woods, M Hrachowitz
Nature Climate Change 4 (7), 583-586, 2014
Dominant flood generating mechanisms across the United States
WR Berghuijs, RA Woods, CJ Hutton, M Sivapalan
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (9), 4382-4390, 2016
Patterns of similarity of seasonal water balances: A window into streamflow variability over a range of time scales
WR Berghuijs, M Sivapalan, RA Woods, HHG Savenije
Water Resources Research 50 (7), 5638-5661, 2014
Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective
G Blöschl, MFP Bierkens, A Chambel, C Cudennec, G Destouni, A Fiori, ...
Hydrological Sciences Journal 64 (10), 1141-1158, 2019
Recent changes in extreme floods across multiple continents
WR Berghuijs, EE Aalbers, JR Larsen, R Trancoso, RA Woods
Environmental Research Letters 12 (11), 114035, 2017
Trends and sensitivities of low streamflow extremes to discharge timing and magnitude in Pacific Northwest mountain streams
PR Kormos, CH Luce, SJ Wenger, WR Berghuijs
Water Resources Research 52 (7), 4990-5007, 2016
Streamflow sensitivity to water storage changes across Europe
WR Berghuijs, A Hartmann, RA Woods
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (5), 1980-1987, 2016
The relative importance of different flood‐generating mechanisms across Europe
WR Berghuijs, S Harrigan, P Molnar, LJ Slater, JW Kirchner
Water Resources Research 55, 4582– 4593, 2019
The relationship between contrasting ages of groundwater and streamflow
WR Berghuijs, JW Kirchner
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (17), 8925-8935, 2017
A global assessment of runoff sensitivity to changes in precipitation, potential evaporation, and other factors
WR Berghuijs, JR Larsen, THM Van Emmerik, RA Woods
Water Resources Research 53 (10), 8475-8486, 2017
Correspondence: Space-time asymmetry undermines water yield assessment
WR Berghuijs, RA Woods
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-2, 2016
Practical considerations for enhanced-resolution coil-wrapped distributed temperature sensing
K Hilgersom, T van Emmerik, A Solcerova, W Berghuijs, J Selker, ...
Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems 5 (1), 2016
A simple framework to quantitatively describe monthly precipitation and temperature climatology
WR Berghuijs, RA Woods
International Journal of Climatology 36 (9), 3161-3174, 2016
Growing spatial scales of synchronous river flooding in Europe
WR Berghuijs, ST Allen, S Harrigan, JW Kirchner
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (3), 1423-1428, 2019
Global sinusoidal seasonality in precipitation isotopes
ST Allen, S Jasechko, WR Berghuijs, JM Welker, GR Goldsmith, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 23, 3423–3436, 2019
A need for incentivizing field hydrology, especially in an era of open data: discussion of “The role of experimental work in hydrological sciences–insights from a community survey”
ST Allen, WR Berghuijs
Hydrological Sciences Journal 63 (8), 1262-1265, 2018
Waters flowing out of systems are younger than the waters stored in those same systems
WR Berghuijs, ST Allen
Hydrological Processes, 2019
The Mystery of Evaporation
S Harrigan, W Berghuijs
Streams of Thought (Young Hydrologic Society), 2016
Flawed analysis greatly exaggerates streamflow response to forest clearing: a comment on Evaristo and McDonnell, Global analysis of streamflow response to forest management
JW Kirchner, WR Berghuijs, ST Allen, M Hrachowitz, DM Rizzo
Nature. doi 10, 2019
The effects of climatic anomalies on low flows in Switzerland
MG Floriancic, WR Berghuijs, JW Kirchner, P Molnar
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 1-18, 2019
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