Patrick Bogaart
Patrick Bogaart
Statistical Researcher; Statistics Netherlands
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Sediment connectivity: a framework for understanding sediment transfer at multiple scales
LJ Bracken, L Turnbull, J Wainwright, P Bogaart
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (2), 177-188, 2015
2922015
Sediment budget and tectonic evolution of the Meuse catchment in the Ardennes and the Roer Valley Rift System
RT Van Balen, RF Houtgast, FM Van der Wateren, J Vandenberghe, ...
Global and planetary change 27 (1-4), 113-129, 2000
1342000
Influence of spatial variations of microtopography and infiltration on surface runoff and field scale hydrological connectivity
WM Appels, PW Bogaart, SE van der Zee
Advances in Water Resources 34 (2), 303-313, 2011
1222011
Conceptualizing catchment processes: simply too complex?
D Tetzlaff, JJ McDonnell, S Uhlenbrook, KJ McGuire, PW Bogaart, F Naef, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 22 (11), 1727-1730, 2008
1162008
Curvature distribution within hillslopes and catchments and its effect on the hydrological response
PW Bogaart, PA Troch
1052006
The importance of hydraulic groundwater theory in catchment hydrology: The legacy of Wilfried Brutsaert and Jean‐Yves Parlange
PA Troch, A Berne, P Bogaart, C Harman, AGJ Hilberts, SW Lyon, ...
Water Resources Research 49 (9), 5099-5116, 2013
832013
The importance of hydraulic groundwater theory in catchment hydrology: The legacy of Wilfried Brutsaert and Jean‐Yves Parlange
PA Troch, A Berne, P Bogaart, C Harman, AGJ Hilberts, SW Lyon, ...
Water Resources Research 49 (9), 5099-5116, 2013
832013
Numerical modeling of the response of alluvial rivers to Quaternary climate change
PW Bogaart, RT Van Balen
Global and Planetary Change 27 (1-4), 147-163, 2000
822000
Channel network morphology and sediment dynamics under alternating periglacial and temperate regimes: a numerical simulation study
PW Bogaart, GE Tucker, JJ De Vries
Geomorphology 54 (3-4), 257-277, 2003
682003
Process-based modelling of fluvial system response to rapid climate change—I: model formulation and generic applications
PW Bogaart, RT Van Balen, C Kasse, J Vandenberghe
Quaternary Science Reviews 22 (20), 2077-2095, 2003
672003
High-resolution assessment of global technical and economic hydropower potential
DEHJ Gernaat, PW Bogaart, DP van Vuuren, H Biemans, R Niessink
Nature Energy 2 (10), 821-828, 2017
532017
Long-term water demand for electricity, industry and households
DL Bijl, PW Bogaart, T Kram, BJM de Vries, DP van Vuuren
Environmental Science & Policy 55, 75-86, 2016
532016
Process-based modelling of fluvial system response to rapid climate change II. Application to the River Maas (The Netherlands) during the Last Glacial–Interglacial Transition
PW Bogaart, RT Van Balen, C Kasse, J Vandenberghe
Quaternary Science Reviews 22 (20), 2097-2110, 2003
492003
Process-based modelling of fluvial system response to rapid climate change II. Application to the River Maas (The Netherlands) during the Last Glacial–Interglacial Transition
PW Bogaart, RT Van Balen, C Kasse, J Vandenberghe
Quaternary Science Reviews 22 (20), 2097-2110, 2003
492003
Evaluating catchment‐scale hydrological modeling by means of terrestrial gravity observations
S Hasan, PA Troch, PW Bogaart, C Kroner
Water resources research 44 (8), 2008
382008
A physically-based model of long-term food demand
DL Bijl, PW Bogaart, SC Dekker, E Stehfest, BJM de Vries, DP van Vuuren
Global Environmental Change 45, 47-62, 2017
362017
Surface runoff in flat terrain: How field topography and runoff generating processes control hydrological connectivity
WM Appels, PW Bogaart, SE van der Zee
Journal of Hydrology 534, 493-504, 2016
322016
Atmospheric variability over the∼ 14.7 ákyráBP stadial-interstadial transition in the North Atlantic region as simulated by an AGCM
H Renssen, P Bogaart
Climate Dynamics 20 (2-3), 301-313, 2003
322003
Unpacking the nexus: Different spatial scales for water, food and energy
DL Bijl, PW Bogaart, SC Dekker, DP van Vuuren
Global Environmental Change 48, 22-31, 2018
312018
Streamflow recession patterns can help unravel the role of climate and humans in landscape co-evolution
PW Bogaart, Y Van Der Velde, SW Lyon, SC Dekker
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20 (4), 1413-1432, 2016
222016
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