Maik Renner
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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
1082019
Verification of ensemble flow forecasts for the River Rhine
M Renner, MGF Werner, S Rademacher, E Sprokkereef
Journal of Hydrology 376 (3-4), 463-475, 2009
972009
Uncertainty assessment via Bayesian revision of ensemble streamflow predictions in the operational river Rhine forecasting system
P Reggiani, M Renner, AH Weerts, P Van Gelder
Water Resources Research 45 (2), 2009
672009
Evaluation of water-energy balance frameworks to predict the sensitivity of streamflow to climate change.
M Renner, R Seppelt, C Bernhofer, S Schymanski
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences 16 (5), 2012
662012
Applying simple water-energy balance frameworks to predict the climate sensitivity of streamflow over the continental United States
M Renner, C Bernhofer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (8), 2531, 2012
512012
Thermodynamic limits of hydrologic cycling within the Earth system: concepts, estimates and implications
A Kleidon, M Renner
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (7), 2873-2892, 2013
482013
A simple explanation for the sensitivity of the hydrologic cycle to surface temperature and solar radiation and its implications for global climate change
A Kleidon, M Renner
Earth System Dynamics 4, 455-465, 2013
442013
Separating the effects of changes in land cover and climate: a hydro-meteorological analysis of the past 60 yr in Saxony, Germany
M Renner, K Brust, K Schwärzel, M Volk, C Bernhofer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18, 389-405, 2014
392014
Estimates of the climatological land surface energy and water balance derived from maximum convective power
A Kleidon, M Renner, P Porada
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18, 2201-2218, 2014
342014
Long term variability of the annual hydrological regime and sensitivity to temperature phase shifts in Saxony/Germany.
M Renner, C Bernhofer
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences Discussions 8 (1), 2011
282011
The hydrological sensitivity to global warming and solar geoengineering derived from thermodynamic constraints
A Kleidon, B Kravitz, M Renner
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (1), 138-144, 2015
242015
Dominant controls of transpiration along a hillslope transect inferred from ecohydrological measurements and thermodynamic limits
M Renner, SK Hassler, T Blume, M Weiler, A Hildebrandt, M Guderle, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20 (5), 2063-2083, 2016
232016
Attribution of high resolution streamflow trends in Western Austria–an approach based on climate and discharge station data
C Kormann, T Francke, M Renner, A Bronstert
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 19 (3), 1225-1245, 2015
212015
Effects of measurement uncertainties of meteorological data on estimates of site water balance components
U Spank, K Schwärzel, M Renner, U Moderow, C Bernhofer
Journal of hydrology 492, 176-189, 2013
182013
An explanation for the different climate sensitivities of land and ocean surfaces based on the diurnal cycle
A Kleidon, M Renner
Earth System Dynamics 8 (3), 849-864, 2017
112017
Using phase lags to evaluate model biases in simulating the diurnal cycle of evapotranspiration
M Renner, C Brenner, K Mallick, HD Wizemann, L Conte, I Trebs, J Wei, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 23 (1), 515-535, 2019
82019
Do surface and air temperatures contain similar imprints of evaporative conditions?
A Panwar, A Kleidon, M Renner
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (7), 3802-3809, 2019
62019
Broad climatological variation of surface energy balance partitioning across land and ocean predicted from the maximum power limit
C Dhara, M Renner, A Kleidon
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (14), 7686-7693, 2016
62016
A simple water-energy balance framework to predict the sensitivity of streamflow to climate change.
M Renner, R Seppelt, C Bernhofer
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences Discussions 8 (5), 2011
62011
Diurnal land surface energy balance partitioning estimated from the thermodynamic limit of a cold heat engine
A Kleidon, M Renner
Earth System Dynamics 9 (3), 1127-1140, 2018
42018
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