Uwe Haberlandt
Uwe Haberlandt
Professor for Water Resources Management, Leibniz Universität Hannover
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TitleCited byYear
Terrestrial vegetation and water balance—hydrological evaluation of a dynamic global vegetation model
D Gerten, S Schaphoff, U Haberlandt, W Lucht, S Sitch
Journal of Hydrology 286 (1-4), 249-270, 2004
8092004
Geostatistical interpolation of hourly precipitation from rain gauges and radar for a large-scale extreme rainfall event
U Haberlandt
Journal of Hydrology 332 (1-2), 144-157, 2007
3492007
Hydrological analysis of the river Aude, France, flash flood on 12 and 13 November 1999
E Gaume, M Livet, M Desbordes, JP Villeneuve
Journal of Hydrology 286 (1-4), 135-154, 2004
2802004
Impact of land use changes on water dynamics––a case study in temperate meso and macroscale river basins
B Klöcking, U Haberlandt
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 27 (9-10), 619-629, 2002
1332002
Geostatistical merging of rain gauge and radar data for high temporal resolutions and various station density scenarios
C Berndt, E Rabiei, U Haberlandt
Journal of Hydrology 508, 88-101, 2014
902014
Atmospheric model data for macroscale hydrology
GW Kite, U Haberlandt
Journal of Hydrology 217 (3-4), 303-313, 1999
841999
Regionalisation of the base flow index from dynamically simulated flow components—a case study in the Elbe River Basin
U Haberlandt, B Klöcking, V Krysanova, A Becker
Journal of Hydrology 248 (1-4), 35-53, 2001
812001
Spatial interpolation of hourly rainfall-effect of additional information, variogram inference and storm properties
A Verworn, U Haberlandt
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15 (2011), Nr. 2 15 (2), 569-584, 2011
762011
A space-time hybrid hourly rainfall model for derived flood frequency analysis
U Haberlandt, AD Ebner von Eschenbach, I Buchwald
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 12 (2008), Nr. 6 12 (6), 1353-1367, 2008
762008
Estimation of daily space–time precipitation series for macroscale hydrological modelling
U Haberlandt, GW Kite
Hydrological Processes 12 (9), 1419-1432, 1998
601998
Assessment of nitrogen leaching from arable land in large river basins: Part I. Simulation experiments using a process-based model
V Krysanova, U Haberlandt
Ecological Modelling 150 (3), 255-275, 2002
572002
Hydrological model calibration for derived flood frequency analysis using stochastic rainfall and probability distributions of peak flows
U Haberlandt, I Radtke
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (2014), Nr. 1 18 (1), 353-365, 2014
552014
Evaluation of an ensemble of regional hydrological models in 12 large-scale river basins worldwide
S Huang, R Kumar, M Flörke, T Yang, Y Hundecha, P Kraft, C Gao, ...
Climatic Change 141 (3), 381-397, 2017
502017
Areal rainfall estimation using moving cars as rain gauges-a modelling study
U Haberlandt, M Sester
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (2010), Nr. 7 14 (7), 1139-1151, 2010
492010
Rainfall estimation using moving cars as rain gauges-laboratory experiments
E Rabiei, U Haberlandt, M Sester, D Fitzner
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (2013), Nr. 11 17 (11), 4701-4712, 2013
462013
Temporal rainfall disaggregation using a multiplicative cascade model for spatial application in urban hydrology
H Müller, U Haberlandt
Journal of Hydrology 556, 847-864, 2018
422018
Assessment of nitrogen leaching from arable land in large river basins: Part II: Regionalisation using fuzzy rule based modelling
U Haberlandt, V Krysanova, A Bárdossy
Ecological Modelling 150 (3), 277-294, 2002
402002
A one-step similarity approach for the regionalization of hydrological model parameters based on Self-Organizing Maps
M Wallner, U Haberlandt, J Dietrich
Journal of hydrology 494, 59-71, 2013
332013
Stochastic rainfall synthesis using regionalized model parameters
U Haberlandt
Journal of hydrologic engineering 3 (3), 160-168, 1998
331998
Applying bias correction for merging rain gauge and radar data
E Rabiei, U Haberlandt
Journal of Hydrology 522, 544-557, 2015
312015
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