David Windhorst
David Windhorst
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Afforestation or intense pasturing improve the ecological and economic value of abandoned tropical farmlands
T Knoke, J Bendix, P Pohle, U Hamer, P Hildebrandt, K Roos, A Gerique, ...
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-12, 2014
Impact of elevation and weather patterns on the isotopic composition of precipitation in a tropical montane rainforest
D Windhorst, T Waltz, E Timbe, HG Frede, L Breuer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (1), 409-419, 2013
Compositional diversity of rehabilitated tropical lands supports multiple ecosystem services and buffers uncertainties
T Knoke, C Paul, P Hildebrandt, B Calvas, LM Castro, F Härtl, M Döllerer, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 11877, 2016
Temporal dynamics in dominant runoff sources and flow paths in the A ndean P áramo
A Correa, D Windhorst, D Tetzlaff, P Crespo, R Célleri, J Feyen, L Breuer
Water Resources Research 53 (7), 5998-6017, 2017
Moisture transport and seasonal variations in the stable isotopic composition of rainfall in Central American and Andean Páramo during El Niño conditions (2015–2016)
G Esquivel‐Hernández, GM Mosquera, R Sánchez‐Murillo, ...
Hydrological Processes 33 (13), 1802-1817, 2019
Insights into the water mean transit time in a high-elevation tropical ecosystem
GM Mosquera, C Segura, KB Vaché, D Windhorst, L Breuer, P Crespo
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20 (7), 2987-3004, 2016
Model intercomparison to explore catchment functioning: Results from a remote montane tropical rainforest
I Plesca, E Timbe, JF Exbrayat, D Windhorst, P Kraft, P Crespo, KB Vaché, ...
Ecological Modelling 239, 3-13, 2012
Understanding uncertainties when inferring mean transit times of water trough tracer-based lumped-parameter models in Andean tropical montane cloud forest catchments
E Timbe, D Windhorst, P Crespo, HG Frede, J Feyen, L Breuer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (4), 1503-1523, 2014
Accounting for multiple ecosystem services in a simulation of land‐use decisions: Does it reduce tropical deforestation?
T Knoke, C Paul, A Rammig, E Gosling, P Hildebrandt, F Härtl, T Peters, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (4), 2403-2420, 2020
Stable water isotope tracing through hydrological models for disentangling runoff generation processes at the hillslope scale
D Windhorst, P Kraft, E Timbe, HG Frede, L Breuer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (10), 4113-4127, 2014
Effect of land cover and hydro‐meteorological controls on soil water DOC concentrations in a high‐elevation tropical environment
J Pesántez, GM Mosquera, P Crespo, L Breuer, D Windhorst
Hydrological Processes 32 (17), 2624-2635, 2018
Continuous versus event‐based sampling: how many samples are required for deriving general hydrological understanding on Ecuador's páramo region?
A Correa, D Windhorst, P Crespo, R Célleri, J Feyen, L Breuer
Hydrological Processes 30 (22), 4059-4073, 2016
Spatially distributed hydro-chemical data with temporally high-resolution is needed to adequately assess the hydrological functioning of headwater catchments
A Correa, L Breuer, P Crespo, R Célleri, J Feyen, C Birkel, C Silva, ...
Science of the Total Environment 651, 1613-1626, 2019
Using high‐resolution data to assess land use impact on nitrate dynamics in East African Tropical Montane catchments
SR Jacobs, B Weeser, AC Guzha, MC Rufino, K Butterbach‐Bahl, ...
Water Resources Research 54 (3), 1812-1830, 2018
Water transport and tracer mixing in volcanic ash soils at a tropical hillslope: A wet layered sloping sponge
GM Mosquera, P Crespo, L Breuer, J Feyen, D Windhorst
Hydrological Processes 34 (9), 2032-2047, 2020
Addressing sources of uncertainty in runoff projections for a data scarce catchment in the Ecuadorian Andes
JF Exbrayat, W Buytaert, E Timbe, D Windhorst, L Breuer
Climatic change 125, 221-235, 2014
Sampling frequency trade-offs in the assessment of mean transit times of tropical montane catchment waters under semi-steady-state conditions
E Timbe, D Windhorst, R Celleri, L Timbe, P Crespo, HG Frede, J Feyen, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 19 (3), 1153-1168, 2015
A research framework for projecting ecosystem change in highly diverse tropical mountain ecosystems
J Bendix, N Aguire, E Beck, A Bräuning, R Brandl, L Breuer, ...
Oecologia 195, 589-600, 2021
A field, laboratory, and literature review evaluation of the water retention curve of volcanic ash soils: How well do standard laboratory methods reflect field conditions?
GM Mosquera, M Franklin, F Jan, C Rolando, B Lutz, W David, C Patricio
Hydrological Processes 35 (1), e14011, 2021
High-resolution, in situ monitoring of stable isotopes of water revealed insight into hydrological response behavior
A Sahraei, P Kraft, D Windhorst, L Breuer
Water 12 (2), 565, 2020
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