Climate change; Hydrological impacts; Uncertainty; Downscaling
Dakhlaoui Hamouda, Seibert Jan, Hakala Kirsti (2019), Advances in Sustainable and Environmental Hydrology, Hydrogeology, Hydrochemistry and Water ResourcesProceedings of the 1st Springer Conference of the Arabian Journal of Geosciences (CAJG-1), Tunisia 2018, in Chaminé et al. H (ed.), Springer International Publishing, Cham, 0-0.
Meyer Judith, Kohn Irene, Stahl Kerstin, Hakala Kirsti, Seibert Jan, Cannon Alex J. (2019), Effects of univariate and multivariate bias correction on hydrological impact projections in alpine catchments, in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences
, 23(3), 1339-1354.
Hakala Kirsti, Addor Nans, Seibert Jan (2018), Hydrological Modeling to Evaluate Climate Model Simulations and Their Bias Correction, in Journal of Hydrometeorology
, 19(8), 1321-1337.
Etter Simon, Addor Nans, Huss Matthias, Finger David (2017), Climate change impacts on future snow, ice and rain runoff in a Swiss mountain catchment using multi-dataset calibration, in Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies
, 13, 222-239.
Addor Nans, Rohrer Marco, Furrer Reinhard, Seibert Jan (2016), Propagation of biases in climate models from the synoptic to the regional scale: Implications for bias adjustmentCirculation Biases in RCM Simulations, in Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
, 121(5), 2075-2089.
Addor Nans, Fischer Erich M. (2015), The influence of natural variability and interpolation errors on bias characterization in RCM simulationsUNCERTAINTIES IN RCM BIAS CHARACTERIZATION, in Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
, 120(19), 10,180-10,195.
Addor Nans, Ewen Tracy, Johnson Leigh, Çöltekin Arzu, Derungs Curdin, Muccione Veruska (2015), From products to processes: Academic events to foster interdisciplinary and iterative dialogue in a changing climateFROM PRODUCTS TO PROCESSES, in Earth's Future
, 3(8), 289-297.
HakalaKirsti, AddorNans, TeutschbeinClaudia, VisMarc, DakhlaouiHammouda, SeibertJan, Hydrological Modeling of Climate Change Impacts, in Maurice Patricia (ed.), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, 1-20.
This project will contribute towards assessing climate-change impacts on the temporal variability of catchment runoff and available water resources. This will support deciding on appropriate mitigation and adaptation strategies. We will address the following important issues in hydrological climate change impact modelling: (1) Integrated evaluation of climate model simulations for hydrological projections through catchment modelling, (2) Estimation of potential evaporation for climate change scenarios, (3) Time-variability of hydrological model parameters, (4) Communication of the combined uncertainties for climate-resilient decision making. The evaluation of performances and uncertainties of the different approaches will be based on an integrated evaluation of different climate variables through catchment modelling. This will help to improve the capability for predicting climate change impacts on runoff and its variability, as well as both droughts and floods. An important part of this project is the estimation, visualisation and communication of the combined uncertainties of the simulation of catchment-scale impacts of climate change.