Marie-Claire ten Veldhuis
Marie-Claire ten Veldhuis
Associate professor at Delft University of Technology
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Impact of spatial and temporal resolution of rainfall inputs on urban hydrodynamic modelling outputs: A multi-catchment investigation
S Ochoa-Rodriguez, LP Wang, A Gires, RD Pina, R Reinoso-Rondinel, ...
Journal of Hydrology 531, 389-407, 2015
Spatial and temporal variability of rainfall and their effects on hydrological response in urban areas–a review
E Cristiano, M ten Veldhuis, N Van De Giesen
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (7), 3859-3878, 2017
Microbial risks associated with exposure to pathogens in contaminated urban flood water
JAE Ten Veldhuis, F Clemens, G Sterk, BR Berends
Water research 44 (9), 2910-2918, 2010
Weather radar rainfall data in urban hydrology
S Thorndahl, T Einfalt, P Willems, JE Nielsen, MC Ten Veldhuis, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (3), 1359-1380, 2017
On the sensitivity of urban hydrodynamic modelling to rainfall spatial and temporal resolution
G Bruni, R Reinoso, NC van de Giesen, F Clemens, JAE ten Veldhuis
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 19 (2), 691-709, 2015
A statistical analysis of insurance damage claims related to rainfall extremes
MH Spekkers, M Kok, F Clemens, JAE Ten Veldhuis
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (3), 913-922, 2013
Decision-tree analysis of factors influencing rainfall-related building structure and content damage
MH Spekkers, M Kok, F Clemens, JAE Ten Veldhuis
Natural hazards and earth system sciences 14 (9), 2531-2547, 2014
How the choice of flood damage metrics influences urban flood risk assessment
JAE Ten Veldhuis
Journal of Flood Risk Management 4 (4), 281-287, 2011
Quantitative fault tree analysis for urban water infrastructure flooding
JAE ten Veldhuis, FHLR Clemens, PH van Gelder
Structure and Infrastructure Engineering 7 (11), 809-821, 2011
The complexities of urban flood response: Flood frequency analyses for the Charlotte metropolitan region
Z Zhou, JA Smith, L Yang, ML Baeck, M Chaney, MC Ten Veldhuis, ...
Water Resources Research 53 (8), 7401-7425, 2017
Scale effect challenges in urban hydrology highlighted with a distributed hydrological model
A Ichiba, A Gires, I Tchiguirinskaia, D Schertzer, P Bompard, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (1), 331-350, 2018
The role of storm scale, position and movement in controlling urban flood response
MC Ten Veldhuis, Z Zhou, Y Long, S Liu, J Smith
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (1), 417, 2018
The influence of rainfall and catchment critical scales on urban hydrological response sensitivity
E Cristiano, M ten Veldhuis, DB Wright, JA Smith, N van de Giesen
Water Resources Research 55 (4), 3375-3390, 2019
A comparative survey of the impacts of extreme rainfall in two international case studies
M Spekkers, V Rözer, A Thieken, MC ten Veldhuis, H Kreibich
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 17 (8), 1337-1355, 2017
Quantitative risk analysis of urban flooding in lowland areas
JAE Ten Veldhuis
Water Management Press, 2010
Can urban pluvial flooding be predicted by open spatial data and weather data?
S Gaitan, NC Van de Giesen, JAE Ten Veldhuis
Environmental Modelling & Software 85, 156-171, 2016
Flood risk modelling based on tangible and intangible urban flood damage quantification
JAE Ten Veldhuis, F Clemens
Water science and technology 62 (1), 189-195, 2010
Potential of cost-efficient single frequency GNSS receivers for water vapor monitoring
A Krietemeyer, M Ten Veldhuis, H Van der Marel, E Realini, ...
Remote Sensing 10 (9), 1493, 2018
On the occurrence of rainstorm damage based on home insurance and weather data
MH Spekkers, F Clemens, JAE Ten Veldhuis
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 15 (2), 261-272, 2015
High quality zenith tropospheric delay estimation using a low-cost dual-frequency receiver and relative antenna calibration
A Krietemeyer, H van der Marel, N van de Giesen, MC ten Veldhuis
Remote Sensing 12 (9), 1393, 2020
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