Nicola Fohrer
Nicola Fohrer
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SWAT2000: current capabilities and research opportunities in applied watershed modelling
JG Arnold, N Fohrer
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (3), 563-572, 2005
15052005
Comparison of two different approaches of sensitivity analysis
T Lenhart, K Eckhardt, N Fohrer, HG Frede
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 27 (9-10), 645-654, 2002
5972002
Hydrologic response to land use changes on the catchment scale
N Fohrer, S Haverkamp, K Eckhardt, HG Frede
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part B: Hydrology, Oceans and Atmosphere …, 2001
4692001
Rural–urban gradient analysis of ecosystem services supply and demand dynamics
F Kroll, F Müller, D Haase, N Fohrer
Land use policy 29 (3), 521-535, 2012
3412012
Long-term land use changes in a mesoscale watershed due to socio-economic factors—effects on landscape structures and functions
A Weber, N Fohrer, D Möller
Ecological modelling 140 (1-2), 125-140, 2001
2022001
Assessment of the effects of land use patterns on hydrologic landscape functions: development of sustainable land use concepts for low mountain range areas
N Fohrer, S Haverkamp, HG Frede
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (3), 659-672, 2005
1952005
SWAT-G, a version of SWAT99. 2 modified for application to low mountain range catchments
K Eckhardt, S Haverkamp, N Fohrer, HG Frede
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 27 (9-10), 641-644, 2002
1872002
The impact of agricultural Best Management Practices on water quality in a North German lowland catchment
QD Lam, B Schmalz, N Fohrer
Environmental monitoring and assessment 183 (1-4), 351-379, 2011
1632011
Modelling point and diffuse source pollution of nitrate in a rural lowland catchment using the SWAT model
QD Lam, B Schmalz, N Fohrer
Agricultural Water Management 97 (2), 317-325, 2010
1612010
Changing soil and surface conditions during rainfall: single rainstorm/subsequent rainstorms
N Fohrer, J Berkenhagen, JM Hecker, A Rudolph
Catena 37 (3-4), 355-375, 1999
1381999
How to improve the representation of hydrological processes in SWAT for a lowland catchment–temporal analysis of parameter sensitivity and model performance
B Guse, DE Reusser, N Fohrer
Hydrological processes 28 (4), 2651-2670, 2014
1222014
An interdisciplinary modelling approach to evaluate the effects of land use change
N Fohrer, D Möller, N Steiner
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 27 (9-10), 655-662, 2002
1192002
Smart low flow signature metrics for an improved overall performance evaluation of hydrological models
M Pfannerstill, B Guse, N Fohrer
Journal of Hydrology 510, 447-458, 2014
1042014
Streamflow trends and climate variability impacts in Poyang Lake Basin, China
G Zhao, G Hörmann, N Fohrer, Z Zhang, J Zhai
Water resources management 24 (4), 689-706, 2010
1042010
Automatic model calibration
K Eckhardt, N Fohrer, HG Frede
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (3), 651-658, 2005
1042005
Distribution of phytoplankton in a German lowland river in relation to environmental factors
N Wu, B Schmalz, N Fohrer
Journal of Plankton Research 33 (5), 807-820, 2011
1022011
Assessing the impacts of four land use types on the water quality of wetlands in Japan
A Haidary, BJ Amiri, J Adamowski, N Fohrer, K Nakane
Water Resources Management 27 (7), 2217-2229, 2013
1002013
Implementing river water quality modelling issues in mesoscale watershed models for water policy demands––an overview on current concepts, deficits, and future tasks
AL Horn, FJ Rueda, G Hörmann, N Fohrer
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 29 (11-12), 725-737, 2004
882004
Development and testing of a phytoplankton index of biotic integrity (P-IBI) for a German lowland river
N Wu, B Schmalz, N Fohrer
Ecological Indicators 13 (1), 158-167, 2012
812012
Effects of land use changes on the nutrient balance in mesoscale catchments
T Lenhart, N Fohrer, HG Frede
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 28 (33-36), 1301-1309, 2003
812003
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