Graeff, Thomas
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Assessing the impact of land use change on hydrology by ensemble modeling (LUCHEM). I: Model intercomparison with current land use
L Breuer, JA Huisman, P Willems, H Bormann, A Bronstert, BFW Croke, ...
Advances in water resources 32 (2), 129-146, 2009
Plot and field scale soil moisture dynamics and subsurface wetness control on runoff generation in a headwater in the Ore Mountains
E Zehe, T Graeff, M Morgner, A Bauer, A Bronstert
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (6), 873-889, 2010
Analysing the effects of soil properties changes associated with land use changes on the simulated water balance: A comparison of three hydrological catchment models for …
H Bormann, L Breuer, T Gräff, JA Huisman
Ecological modelling 209 (1), 29-40, 2007
Assessing the impact of land use change on hydrology by ensemble modelling (LUCHEM) II: Ensemble combinations and predictions
NR Viney, H Bormann, L Breuer, A Bronstert, BFW Croke, H Frede, T Gräff, ...
Advances in water resources 32 (2), 147-158, 2009
Assessing the impact of land use change on hydrology by ensemble modeling (LUCHEM) III: Scenario analysis
JA Huisman, L Breuer, H Bormann, A Bronstert, BFW Croke, HG Frede, ...
Advances in water resources 32 (2), 159-170, 2009
Assessing the impact of land use change on hydrology by ensemble modelling (LUCHEM) IV: Model sensitivity to data aggregation and spatial (re-) distribution
H Bormann, L Breuer, T Gräff, JA Huisman, B Croke
Advances in water resources 32 (2), 171-192, 2009
Process identification through rejection of model structures in a mid‐mountainous rural catchment: observations of rainfall–runoff response, geophysical conditions and model …
T Graeff, E Zehe, D Reusser, E Lück, B Schröder, G Wenk, H John, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (5), 702-718, 2009
Storage‐discharge relationships at different catchment scales based on local high‐precision gravimetry
B Creutzfeldt, PA Troch, A Güntner, TPA Ferré, T Graeff, B Merz
Hydrological Processes 28 (3), 1465-1475, 2014
Immersive 3D geovisualization in higher education
A Philips, A Walz, A Bergner, T Graeff, M Heistermann, S Kienzler, ...
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 39 (3), 437-449, 2015
Predicting event response in a nested catchment with generalized linear models and a distributed watershed model
T Graeff, E Zehe, T Blume, T Francke, B Schröder
Hydrological Processes 26 (24), 3749-3769, 2012
Potentials and constraints of different types of soil moisture observations for flood simulations in headwater catchments
A Bronstert, B Creutzfeldt, T Graeff, I Hajnsek, M Heistermann, S Itzerott, ...
Natural hazards 60, 879-914, 2012
Soil moisture and matric potential–an open field comparison of sensor systems
C Jackisch, K Germer, T Graeff, I Andrä, K Schulz, M Schiedung, ...
Earth System Science Data 12 (1), 683-697, 2020
Ensemble modelling of the hydrological impacts of land use change
NR Viney, BFW Croke, L Breuer, H Bormann, A Bronstert, H Frede, T Gräff, ...
International Congress on Modelling and Simulation: Advances and …, 2005
A quality assessment of spatial TDR soil moisture measurements in homogenous and heterogeneous media with laboratory experiments
T Gräff, E Zehe, S Schlaeger, M Morgner, A Bauer, R Becker, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (6), 1007-1020, 2010
How can we model subsurface stormflow at the catchment scale if we cannot measure it?
P Chifflard, C Reinhardt‐Imjela, T Blume, K Maerker, L Hopp, I Meerveld, ...
Hydrological processes 33, 1378-1385, 2019
Untersuchung eines renaturierten Niedermoores an der mecklenburgischen Ostseeküste–Teil I: Systembeschreibung und hydrologische Grundcharakterisierung
K Miegel, T Graeff, B Selle, T Salzmann, C Franck, A Bronstert
HyWa 10, 5675, 2016
Impact of river reconstruction on groundwater flow during bank filtration assessed by transient three-dimensional modelling of flow and heat transport.
W Wang, SE Oswald, T Gräff, HJ Lensing, T Liu, D Strasser, M Munz
Hydrogeology Journal 28 (2), 2020
Better define beta–optimizing MDD (minimum detectable difference) when interpreting treatment-related effects of pesticides in semi-field and field studies
S Duquesne, U Alalouni, T Gräff, T Frische, S Pieper, S Egerer, R Gergs, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 27, 8814-8821, 2020
Model-Based attribution of high-resolution streamflow trends in two alpine basins of Western Austria
C Kormann, A Bronstert, T Francke, T Recknagel, T Graeff
Hydrology 3 (1), 7, 2016
Skalen, Schwerpunkte, Rückkopplungen und Herausforderungen der ökohydrologischen Forschung in Deutschland
EN Müller, L Van Schaik, T Blume, A Bronstert, J Carus, JH Fleckenstein, ...
Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 58 (4), 221-240, 2014
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