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Niels Schütze
Niels Schütze
Chair of Hydrology, Institute of Hydrology and Meteorology, TU Dresden
Verified email at rcs.urz.tu-dresden.de
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Towards an integrated arid zone water management using simulation-based optimisation
J Grundmann, N Schütze, GH Schmitz, S Al-Shaqsi
Environmental Earth Sciences 65 (5), 1381-1394, 2012
782012
Evaluation of crop models for simulating and optimizing deficit irrigation systems in arid and semi-arid countries under climate variability
S Kloss, R Pushpalatha, KJ Kamoyo, N Schütze
Water Resources Management 26 (4), 997-1014, 2012
762012
OCCASION: New Planning Tool for Optimal Climate Change Adaption Strategies in Irrigation
N Schütze, GH Schmitz
Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 136 (12), 836-846, 2010
612010
Analysis of AET and yield predictions under surface and buried drip irrigation systems using the Crop Model PILOTE and Hydrus-2D
JC Mailhol, P Ruelle, S Walser, N Schütze, C Dejean
Agricultural Water Management 98 (6), 1033-1044, 2011
582011
New strategy for optimizing water application under trickle irrigation
GH Schmitz, N Schütze, U Petersohn
Journal of irrigation and drainage engineering 128 (5), 287-297, 2002
552002
Novel simulation-based algorithms for optimal open-loop and closed-loop scheduling of deficit irrigation systems
N Schütze, M de Paly, U Shamir
Journal of Hydroinformatics 14 (1), 136-151, 2012
532012
Optimal planning and operation of irrigation systems under water resource constraints in Oman considering climatic uncertainty
N Schütze, S Kloss, F Lennartz, A Al Bakri, GH Schmitz
Environmental Earth Sciences 65 (5), 1511-1521, 2012
362012
Impact of irrigation on plant growth and development of white cabbage
SJ Seidel, S Werisch, N Schütze, H Laber
Agricultural water management 187, 99-111, 2017
262017
Optimal Irrigation Scheduling, Irrigation Control and Drip Line Layout to Increase Water Productivity and Profit in Subsurface Drip‐Irrigated Agriculture
SJ Seidel, N Schütze, M Fahle, JC Mailhol, P Ruelle
Irrigation and Drainage 64 (4), 501-518, 2015
252015
An integrated approach to conceptualise hydrological and socio-economic interaction for supporting management decisions of coupled groundwater–agricultural systems
YH Subagadis, J Grundmann, N Schütze, GH Schmitz
Environmental earth sciences 72 (12), 4917-4933, 2014
242014
Three‐dimensional modeling of multiple automated equilibrium tension lysimeters to measure vadose zone fluxes
T Wöhling, N Schütze, B Heinrich, J Šimůnek, GF Barkle
Vadose Zone Journal 8 (4), 1051-1063, 2009
242009
Optimal irrigation scheduling with evolutionary algorithms
M de Paly, A Zell
Applications of Evolutionary Computing, 142-151, 2009
242009
Self‐organizing maps with multiple input‐output option for modeling the Richards equation and its inverse solution
N Schütze, GH Schmitz, U Petersohn
Water resources research 41 (3), 2005
232005
Modelling the impact of drought and heat stress on common bean with two different photosynthesis model approaches
SJ Seidel, S Rachmilevitch, N Schütze, N Lazarovitch
Environmental Modelling & Software 81, 111-121, 2016
222016
Portrayal of fuzzy recharge areas for water balance modelling–a case study in northern Oman
A Gerner, N Schütze, GH Schmitz
Advances in Geosciences 31, 1-7, 2012
212012
Potential of deficit and supplemental irrigation under climate variability in northern Togo, West Africa
A Gadédjisso-Tossou, T Avellán, N Schütze
Water 10 (12), 1803, 2018
202018
Automatic model structure identification for conceptual hydrologic models
D Spieler, J Mai, JR Craig, BA Tolson, N Schütze
Water Resources Research 56 (9), e2019WR027009, 2020
192020
Gain-p: A new strategy to increase furrow irrigation efficiency
GH Schmitz, T Wohling, M de Paly, N Schutze
Arabian journal for science and engineering 32 (1C), 103-114, 2007
192007
Sustainable management of a coupled groundwater–agriculture hydrosystem using multi-criteria simulation based optimisation
J Grundmann, N Schütze, F Lennartz
Water Science & Technology 67 (3), 689-698, 2013
182013
Field evaluation of irrigation scheduling strategies using a mechanistic crop growth model
SJ Seidel, S Werisch, K Barfus, M Wagner, N Schütze, H Laber
Irrigation and drainage 65 (2), 214-223, 2016
172016
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