Miriam Coenders
Miriam Coenders
assistant professor
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Analytical derivation of the Budyko curve based on rainfall characteristics and a simple evaporation model
AMJ Gerrits, HHG Savenije, EJM Veling, L Pfister
Water Resources Research 45 (4), 2009
1972009
Spatial and temporal variability of canopy and forest floor interception in a beech forest
AMJ Gerrits, L Pfister, HHG Savenije
Hydrological Processes 24 (21), 3011-3025, 2010
1852010
Partitioning of evaporation into transpiration, soil evaporation and interception: a comparison between isotope measurements and a HYDRUS-1D model
SJ Sutanto, J Wenninger, AMJ Coenders-Gerrits, S Uhlenbrook
Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci 16, 2605-2616, 2012
1462012
Uncertainties in transpiration estimates
AMJ Coenders-Gerrits, RJV der Ent, TA Bogaard, L Wang-Erlandsson, ...
Nature 506, E1-E2, 2014
129*2014
New technique to measure forest floor interception. an application in a beech forest in Luxembourg
AMJ Gerrits, HHG Savenije, L Hoffmann, L Pfister
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11 (2), 695-701, 2007
117*2007
Comparison of two model approaches in the Zambezi river basin with regard to model reliability and identifiability
HC Winsemius, HHG Savenije, AMJ Gerrits, EA Zapreeva, R Klees
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions 10 (3), 339-352, 2006
962006
The role of interception in the hydrological cycle
AMJ Gerrits
VSSD, 2010
712010
Measuring forest floor and canopy interception in a savannah ecosystem
CT Tsiko, H Makurira, AMJ Gerrits, HHG Savenije
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 47, 122-127, 2012
652012
Reviews and syntheses: Turning the challenges of partitioning ecosystem evaporation and transpiration into opportunities
Biogeosciences 16, 3747–3775, 2019
442019
The effect of spatial throughfall patterns on soil moisture patterns at the hillslope scale
AMJ Coenders-Gerrits, L Hopp, HHG Savenije, L Pfister
Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci, 2013
392013
Interception
AMJ Gerrits, HHG Savenije
Treatise on Water Science 2, 89–101, 2011
29*2011
Forest floor interception
AMJ Gerrits, HHG Savenije
Forest hydrology and biogeochemistry, 445-454, 2011
272011
Technical note: Using distributed temperature sensing for Bowen ratio evaporation measurements
B Schilperoort, M Coenders-Gerrits, W Luxemburg, CJ Rodríguez, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22, 819-830, 2018
19*2018
Effects of phenology and meteorological disturbance on litter rainfall interception for a Pinus elliottii stand in the Southeastern United States
JT Van Stan, M Coenders‐Gerrits, M Dibble, P Bogeholz, Z Norman
Hydrological Processes 31 (21), 3719-3728, 2017
192017
The importance of proper hydrology in the forest cover-water yield debate: commentary on Ellison et al.(2012)
RJ VAN DER ENT, A COENDERS-GERRITS, J Miriam, R NIKOLI, ...
Global change biology 18 (9), 2677-2680, 2012
172012
Hydrological modelling of the Zambezi catchment for gravity measurements
AMJ Gerrits, HHG Savenije, IWMJ Luxemburg, LLA Vermeersen, ...
Master. Techinical University Delft, Delft, The Netherlands, 2005
16*2005
Parametrization of aerodynamic and canopy resistances for modeling evapotranspiration of greenhouse cucumber
H Yan, C Zhang, M Coenders-Gerrits, SJ Acquah, H Zhang, H Wu, B Zhao, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 262, 370-378, 2018
152018
Missed fog? On the potential of obtaining observations at increased resolution during shallow fog events
JG Izett, B Schilperoort, M Coenders-Gerrits, P Baas, FC Bosveld, ...
Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 2019
92019
Revisiting wind speed measurements using actively heated fiber optics: a wind tunnel study
JGV van Ramshorst, M Coenders-Gerrits, B Schilperoort, BJH van de Wiel, ...
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 13 (10), 5423-5439, 2020
8*2020
Evaporative processes on vegetation: an inside look
M Coenders-Gerrits, B Schilperoort, C Jiménez-Rodríguez
Precipitation Partitioning by Vegetation: A Global Synthesis, 35-48, 2020
82020
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