Michael Rinderer
Michael Rinderer
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The demographics of water: A review of water ages in the critical zone
Reviews of Geophysics, 2019
Topographic controls on shallow groundwater levels in a steep, prealpine catchment: When are the TWI assumptions valid?
M Rinderer, HJ van Meerveld, J Seibert
Water resources research 50 (7), 6067-6080, 2014
Contributing sources to baseflow in pre‐alpine headwaters using spatial snapshot sampling
B Fischer, M Rinderer, P Schneider, T Ewen, J Seibert
Hydrological Processes 29 (26), 5321-5336, 2015
Studying catchment storm response using event-and pre-event-water volumes as fractions of precipitation rather than discharge
J Freyberg, B Studer, M Rinderer, JW Kirchner
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (11), 5847-5865, 2018
Assessing structural, functional and effective hydrologic connectivity with brain neuroscience methods: State-of-the-art and research directions
M Rinderer, G Ali, LG Larsen
Earth-science reviews 178, 29-47, 2018
Analyzing the operational performance of the hydrological models in an alpine flood forecasting system
S Achleitner, J Schöber, M Rinderer, G Leonhardt, F Schöberl, ...
Journal of hydrology 412, 90-100, 2012
Is groundwater response timing in a pre‐alpine catchment controlled more by topography or by rainfall?
M Rinderer, I van Meerveld, M Stähli, J Seibert
Hydrological Processes 30 (7), 1036-1051, 2016
Quantification of subsurface hydrologic connectivity in four headwater catchments using graph theory
G Zuecco, M Rinderer, D Penna, M Borga, HJ van Meerveld
Science of The Total Environment 646, 1265-1280, 2019
From points to patterns: using groundwater time series clustering to investigate subsurface hydrological connectivity and runoff source area dynamics
M Rinderer, HJ van Meerveld, BL McGlynn
Water Resources Research 55 (7), 5784-5806, 2019
Sensing with boots and trousers—qualitative field observations of shallow soil moisture patterns
M Rinderer, A Kollegger, B Fischer, M Stähli, J Seibert
Hydrological Processes 26 (26), 4112-4120, 2012
Groundwater similarity across a watershed derived from time‐warped and flow‐corrected time series
M Rinderer, BL McGlynn, HJ van Meerveld
Water Resources Research 53 (5), 3921-3940, 2017
Runoff generation in a pre-alpine catchment: a discussion between a tracer and a shallow groundwater hydrologist
HJ van Meerveld, BMC Fischer, M Rinderer, M Stähli, J Seibert
Cuadernos de Investigación Geográfica 44 (2), 429-452, 2018
How can we model subsurface stormflow at the catchment scale if we cannot measure it?
P Chifflard, T Blume, K Maerker, L Hopp, I van Meerveld, T Graef, O Gronz, ...
Hydrological Processes 33 (9), 1378-1385, 2019
Hydrological modeling in alpine catchments: sensing the critical parameters towards an efficient model calibration
S Achleitner, M Rinderer, R Kirnbauer
Water science and technology 60 (6), 1507-1514, 2009
A soil moisture monitoring network to characterize karstic recharge and evapotranspiration at five representative sites across the globe
R Berthelin, M Rinderer, B Andreo, A Baker, D Kilian, G Leonhardt, A Lotz, ...
Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems 9 (1), 11-23, 2020
Soil information in hydrologic models: Hard data, soft data, and the dialog between experimentalists and modelers
M Rinderer, J Seibert
Hydropedology, 515-536, 2012
Galtür–Eine Gemeinde im Zeichen des Lawinenereignisses von 1999
J Stötter, G Meissl, M Rinderer, M Keiler, S Fuchs, E Steinicke
Geographischer Exkursionsführer. Europaregion Tirol–Südtirol–Trentino …, 2002
Runoff and bedload transport modelling for flood hazard assessment in small alpine catchments - the PROMABGIS model
M Rinderer, S Jenewein, S Senfter, D Rickenmann, F Schöberl, J Stötter, ...
Sustainable Natural Hazard Management in Alpine Environments, 69-101, 2009
Sensitivity analysis of lapse rate and corresponding elevation of snowline–limited data availability and its impact on snow and glacier melt
M Rinderer, S Achleitner, J Asztalos, R Kirnbauer
Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Flood Defence, edited by …, 2008
Ecohydrological travel times derived from in situ stable water isotope measurements in trees during a semi–controlled pot experiment
D Mennekes, M Rinderer, S Seeger, N Orlowski
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 1-34, 2021
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