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An approach for transient consideration of forest change in hydrological impact studies
Schattan, P., Zappa, M., Lischke, H., Bernhard, L., Thürig, E., & Diekkrüger, B. (2013). An approach for transient consideration of forest change in hydrological impact studies. In E. Boegh, E. Blyth, D. M. Hannah, H. Hisdal, H. Kunstmann, B. Su, & K. K. Yilmaz (Eds.), IAHS publication: Vol. 359. Climate and land surface changes in hydrology (pp. 311-319). IAHS press.
Flood nowcasting in the southern Swiss Alps using radar ensemble
Liechti, K., Fundel, F., Germann, U., & Zappa, M. (2012). Flood nowcasting in the southern Swiss Alps using radar ensemble. In R. J. Moore, S. J. Cole, & A. J. Illingworth (Eds.), IAHS publication: Vol. 351. Weather radar and hydrology (pp. 496-501). International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
An optimized grid dataset of mean monthly and annual runoff for Switzerland: coupling modelled data with robust information derived from observations
Zappa, M., & Pfaundler, M. (2009). An optimized grid dataset of mean monthly and annual runoff for Switzerland: coupling modelled data with robust information derived from observations. In D. Marks, R. Hock, M. Lehning, M. Hayashi, & R. Gurney (Eds.), IAHS publication. Hydrology in mountain regions: observations, processes and dynamics (pp. 56-62). International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
Short-time relations between runoff and bed load transport in a steep mountain torrent
Hegg, C., & Rickenmann, D. (1998). Short-time relations between runoff and bed load transport in a steep mountain torrent. In W. Summer, E. Klaghofer, & W. Zhang (Eds.), IAHS publication: Vol. 249. Modelling soil erosion, sediment transport and closely related hydrological processes. Proceedings of an international symposium (pp. 317-324). International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
Testing various constitutive equations for debris flow modelling
Koch, T. (1998). Testing various constitutive equations for debris flow modelling. In K. Kovar, U. Tappeiner, N. E. Peters, & R. G. Craig (Eds.), IAHS publication: Vol. 248. Hydrology, water resources and ecology in headwaters. Proceedings of the HeadWater'98 conference (pp. 249-257). International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
New results from sediment transport measurements in two Alpine torrents
Rickenmann, D., D'Agostino, V., dalla Fontana, G., & Marchi, L. (1998). New results from sediment transport measurements in two Alpine torrents. In K. Kovar, U. Tappeiner, N. E. Peters, & R. G. Craig (Eds.), IAHS publication: Vol. 248. Hydrology, water resources and ecology in headwaters. Proceedings of the HeadWater'98 conference (pp. 283-289). International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
Simulation soil moisture and runoff components to estimate variability of streamflow chemistry
Keller, H. M., & Forster, F. (1991). Simulation soil moisture and runoff components to estimate variability of streamflow chemistry. In H. P. Nachtnebel & K. Kovar (Eds.), IAHS publication: Vol. 202. Hydrological basis of ecologically sound management of soil and groundwater (pp. 143-151). International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
Suspended sediments in streamwater - indicators of erosion and bed load transport in mountainous basins
Keller, H. M., & Weibel, P. (1991). Suspended sediments in streamwater - indicators of erosion and bed load transport in mountainous basins. In N. E. Peters & D. E. Walling (Eds.), IAHS publication: Vol. 203. Sediment and stream water quality in a changing environment: trends and explanation (pp. 53-61). International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
Acoustic sensors (hydrophones) as indicators for bed load transport in a mountain torrent
Bänziger, R., & Burch, H. (1990). Acoustic sensors (hydrophones) as indicators for bed load transport in a mountain torrent. In H. Lang & A. Musy (Eds.), IAHS publication: Vol. 193. Hydrology in mountainous regions I. Hydrological measurements. The water cycle (pp. 207-214). International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
Extreme conditions of streamwater chemistry in a partly forested mountainous region
Keller, H. M. (1990). Extreme conditions of streamwater chemistry in a partly forested mountainous region. In H. Lang & A. Musy (Eds.), IAHS publication: Vol. 193. Hydrology in mountainous regions I. Hydrological measurements. The water cycle (pp. 477-486). International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
The variability of water quality in a small mountainous region
Keller, H. M., Burch, H. J., & Guecheva, M. (1989). The variability of water quality in a small mountainous region. In IAHS publication: Vol. 182. Regional characterization of water quality (pp. 305-312). IAHS.
Effects of forest canopy on throughfall precipitation chemistry
Kloeti, P., Keller, H. M., & Guecheva, M. (1989). Effects of forest canopy on throughfall precipitation chemistry. In IAHS publication: Vol. 179. Atmoepheric Deposition. Proceedings of the Baltimore symposium (pp. 203-209). IAHS.
Factors affecting stream water quality: results of a 15 year monitoring study in the Swiss prealps
Keller, H. M., Forster, F., & Weibel, P. (1986). Factors affecting stream water quality: results of a 15 year monitoring study in the Swiss prealps. In D. Lerner (Ed.), IAHS publication: Vol. 157. Monitoring to detect changes in water quality series. Proceedings of a symposium held during the 2nd scientific assembly of the international association of hydrological sciences at Budapest, Hungary, July 1986 (pp. 215-225). IAHS Press.
Dissolved loads in streams and rivers - discharge and seasonally related variations
Davis, J. S., & Keller, H. M. (1983). Dissolved loads in streams and rivers - discharge and seasonally related variations. In IAHS publication: Vol. 141. Proceedings of the Hamburg symposium (pp. 79-89). IAHS.