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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
6122019
Water shortages worsened by reservoir effects
G Di Baldassarre, N Wanders, A AghaKouchak, L Kuil, S Rangecroft, ...
Nature Sustainability 1 (11), 617-622, 2018
2802018
The external water footprint of the Netherlands: Geographically-explicit quantification and impact assessment
PR Van Oel, MM Mekonnen, AY Hoekstra
Ecological Economics 69 (1), 82-92, 2009
2432009
Increasing pressure on freshwater resources due to terrestrial feed ingredients for aquaculture production
M Pahlow, PR Van Oel, MM Mekonnen, AY Hoekstra
Science of the Total Environment 536, 847-857, 2015
2152015
Towards quantification of the water footprint of paper: a first estimate of its consumptive component
PR Van Oel, AY Hoekstra
Water resources management 26, 733-749, 2012
1352012
Impacts of climate change and water resources development on the declining inflow into Iran's Urmia Lake
S Shadkam, F Ludwig, P van Oel, Ç Kirmit, P Kabat
Journal of Great Lakes Research 42 (5), 942-952, 2016
1302016
Advancing water footprint assessment research: Challenges in monitoring progress towards sustainable development goal 6
AY Hoekstra, AK Chapagain, PR Van Oel
Water 9 (6), 438, 2017
1172017
Sustainability of small reservoirs and large scale water availability under current conditions and climate change
MS Krol, MJ de Vries, PR van Oel, JC de Araújo
Water resources management 25, 3017-3026, 2011
1092011
Feedback mechanisms between water availability and water use in a semi-arid river basin: A spatially explicit multi-agent simulation approach
PR van Oel, MS Krol, AY Hoekstra, RR Taddei
Environmental Modelling & Software 25 (4), 433-443, 2010
982010
The green and blue water footprint of paper products: Methodological considerations and quantification
PR Van Oel, AY Hoekstra
UNESCO-IHE Institute for wáter education, 2010
62*2010
Impact of land use and land cover transitions and climate on evapotranspiration in the Lake Naivasha Basin, Kenya
VO Odongo, PR van Oel, C van der Tol, Z Su
Science of the total environment 682, 19-30, 2019
542019
Sustainable agroforestry landscape management: Changing the game
M van Noordwijk, E Speelman, GJ Hofstede, A Farida, AY Abdurrahim, ...
Land 9 (8), 243, 2020
532020
Coupling socio-economic factors and eco-hydrological processes using a cascade-modeling approach
VO Odongo, DW Mulatu, FK Muthoni, PR Van Oel, FM Meins, ...
Journal of hydrology 518, 49-59, 2014
532014
Farm households' preferences for collective and individual actions to improve water-related ecosystem services: The Lake Naivasha basin, Kenya
DW Mulatu, A van der Veen, PR van Oel
Ecosystem services 7, 22-33, 2014
512014
The effects of groundwater and surface water use on total water availability and implications for water management: the case of Lake Naivasha, Kenya
PR Van Oel, DW Mulatu, VO Odongo, FM Meins, RJ Hogeboom, R Becht, ...
Water resources management 27, 3477-3492, 2013
512013
A review of drought indices: Predominance of drivers over impacts and the importance of local context
S Kchouk, LA Melsen, DW Walker, PR van Oel
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss, 1-28, 2021
49*2021
Managing resources through stakeholder networks: collaborative water governance for Lake Naivasha basin, Kenya
JO Ogada, GO Krhoda, A Van Der Veen, M Marani, PR van Oel
Water International 42 (3), 271-290, 2017
462017
Lessons from the 2018–2019 European droughts: a collective need for unifying drought risk management
V Blauhut, M Stoelzle, L Ahopelto, MI Brunner, C Teutschbein, DE Wendt, ...
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences Discussions 2021, 1-26, 2021
422021
Diagnosing drought using the downstreamness concept: the effect of reservoir networks on drought evolution
PR Van Oel, ESPR Martins, AC Costa, N Wanders, HAJ Van Lanen
Hydrological Sciences Journal 63 (7), 979-990, 2018
412018
Characterisation of hydroclimatological trends and variability in the Lake Naivasha basin, Kenya
VO Odongo, C van der Tol, PR van Oel, FM Meins, R Becht, J Onyando, ...
Hydrological processes 29 (15), 3276-3293, 2015
402015
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