Daniel Viviroli
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Mountains of the world, water towers for humanity: Typology, mapping, and global significance
D Viviroli, HH Dürr, B Messerli, M Meybeck, R Weingartner
Water Resources Research 43 (7), W07447, 2007
Importance and vulnerability of the world’s water towers
WW Immerzeel, AF Lutz, M Andrade, A Bahl, H Biemans, T Bolch, S Hyde, ...
Nature 577 (7790), 364-369, 2020
High Mountain Areas: In: IPCC Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate
R Hock, G Rasul, C Adler, B Caceres, S Gruber, Y Hirabayashi, ...
Climate change and mountain water resources: overview and recommendations for research, management and policy
D Viviroli, DR Archer, W Buytaert, HJ Fowler, GB Greenwood, AF Hamlet, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15 (2), 471–504, 2011
Global monthly water stress: 2. Water demand and severity of water stress
Y Wada, LPH Van Beek, D Viviroli, HH Dürr, R Weingartner, ...
Water Resources Research 47 (7), W07518, 2011
The hydrological significance of mountains: from regional to global scale
D Viviroli, R Weingartner
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 8 (6), 1017-1030, 2004
Assessing the hydrological significance of the world's mountains
D Viviroli, R Weingartner, B Messerli
Mountain Research and Development 23 (1), 32-40, 2003
An introduction to the hydrological modelling system PREVAH and its pre-and post-processing-tools
D Viviroli, M Zappa, J Gurtz, R Weingartner
Environmental Modelling & Software 24 (10), 1209-1222, 2009
Mountains of the world: vulnerable water towers for the 21st Century
B Messerli, D Viviroli, R Weingartner
Ambio, 29-34, 2004
The potential for snow to supply human water demand in the present and future
JS Mankin, D Viviroli, D Singh, AY Hoekstra, NS Diffenbaugh
Environmental Research Letters 10 (11), 114016, 2015
Increasing dependence of lowland populations on mountain water resources
D Viviroli, M Kummu, M Meybeck, M Kallio, Y Wada
Nature Sustainability 3 (11), 917-928, 2020
Over the hills and further away from coast: global geospatial patterns of human and environment over the 20th–21st centuries
M Kummu, H de Moel, G Salvucci, D Viviroli, PJ Ward, O Varis
Environmental Research Letters 11 (3), 034010, 2016
Impacts of environmental change on water resources in the Mt. Kenya region
B Notter, L MacMillan, D Viviroli, R Weingartner, HP Liniger
Journal of Hydrology 343 (3-4), 266-278, 2007
Continuous simulation for flood estimation in ungauged mesoscale catchments of Switzerland–Part II: Parameter regionalisation and flood estimation results
D Viviroli, H Mittelbach, J Gurtz, R Weingartner
Journal of Hydrology 377 (1-2), 208-225, 2009
Seasonality and magnitude of floods in Switzerland under future climate change
N Köplin, B Schädler, D Viviroli, R Weingartner
Hydrological Processes 28 (4), 2567-2578, 2014
Flood-type classification in mountainous catchments using crisp and fuzzy decision trees
AE Sikorska, D Viviroli, J Seibert
Water Resources Research 51, 2015
Continuous simulation for flood estimation in ungauged mesoscale catchments of Switzerland–Part I: Modelling framework and calibration results
D Viviroli, M Zappa, J Schwanbeck, J Gurtz, R Weingartner
Journal of Hydrology 377 (1-2), 191-207, 2009
Flood type specific construction of synthetic design hydrographs
MI Brunner, D Viviroli, AE Sikorska, O Vannier, AC Favre, J Seibert
Water Resources Research 53 (2), 1390-1406, 2017
Water resources in mountain regions: a methodological approach to assess the water balance in a highland‐lowland‐system
R Weingartner, D Viviroli, B Schaedler
Hydrological processes 21 (5), 578-585, 2007
Cross-Chapter Paper 5: Mountains
C Adler, P Wester, I Bhatt, C Huggel, G Insarov, M Morecroft, V Muccione, ...
Climate change 2022: impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability, 2022
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