The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Precipitation, Hydrology, Hydrology, Climatology and Catchment hydrology. His Precipitation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Organic matter, Snow, Gamma distribution, Mixing and Drainage density. As a part of the same scientific study, Markus Hrachowitz usually deals with the Hydrology, concentrating on Range and frequently concerns with Principal component analysis, Goodness of fit and Consistency.
His research in Hydrology is mostly concerned with Surface water. The various areas that Markus Hrachowitz examines in his Climatology study include Flood forecasting, Streamflow, Exponential distribution and Spatial variability. His study in Catchment hydrology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Library science, Meteorology and Hydrological modelling.
Markus Hrachowitz mainly investigates Hydrology, Drainage basin, Hydrology, Surface runoff and Precipitation. His Hydrology study incorporates themes from DNS root zone and Soil water. His Drainage basin research includes elements of Arid, Structural basin, Riparian zone and Tributary.
His work carried out in the field of Hydrology brings together such families of science as Seasonality and Spatial variability. Markus Hrachowitz performs integrative study on Surface runoff and TRACER. His Precipitation research incorporates elements of Climatology, Drainage density and Gamma distribution.
Markus Hrachowitz mainly focuses on Hydrology, Water storage, Surface runoff, Streamflow and Atmospheric sciences. His study looks at the relationship between Hydrology and topics such as Soil water, which overlap with Silt. Markus Hrachowitz has included themes like Value, Precipitation and Mesoscale meteorology in his Surface runoff study.
His Streamflow research incorporates themes from Water resource management, Forest management, Water content, Water Movements and Groundwater recharge. His studies examine the connections between Atmospheric sciences and genetics, as well as such issues in Vegetation, with regards to Seasonality. The study incorporates disciplines such as Drainage basin, Anomaly and Equifinality in addition to Structural basin.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Streamflow, Structural basin, Water storage, Precipitation and Hydrology. His work investigates the relationship between Streamflow and topics such as Water content that intersect with problems in Snow, Atmospheric sciences, Interception and Variable. His Structural basin research includes themes of Soil science, Anomaly, Equifinality and Groundwater.
His Precipitation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Drainage basin, Reservoir water, Mesoscale meteorology, Value and Dry season. His studies in Value integrate themes in fields like Meteorology and Surface runoff. Markus Hrachowitz is studying Groundwater recharge, which is a component of Hydrology.
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A decade of Predictions in Ungauged Basins (PUB)—a review
M. Hrachowitz;H. H. G. Savenije;G. Blöschl;J. J. Mcdonnell.
Hydrological Sciences Journal-journal Des Sciences Hydrologiques (2013)
A precipitation shift from snow towards rain leads to a decrease in streamflow
W. R. Berghuijs;W. R. Berghuijs;R. A. Woods;M. Hrachowitz.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective
Günter Blöschl;Marc F.P. Bierkens;Antonio Chambel;Christophe Cudennec.
What can flux tracking teach us about water age distribution patterns and their temporal dynamics
Markus Hrachowitz;H. Savenije;H. Savenije;T. A. Bogaard;T. A. Bogaard;D. Tetzlaff.
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2013)
A framework to assess the realism of model structures using hydrological signatures
T. Euser;H. C. Winsemius;M. Hrachowitz;F. Fenicia.
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2013)
Transit times – the link between hydrology and water quality at the catchment scale
Markus Hrachowitz;Paolo Benettin;Boris M. van Breukelen;Ophelie Fovet.
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water (2016)
Process Consistency in Models: the Importance of System Signatures, Expert Knowledge and Process Complexity
M. Hrachowitz;O. Fovet;O. Fovet;L. Ruiz;L. Ruiz;T. Euser.
Water Resources Research (2014)
Influence of hydrology and seasonality on DOC exports from three contrasting upland catchments
J. J. C. Dawson;C. Soulsby;D. Tetzlaff;M. Hrachowitz.
Uncertainties in transpiration estimates
A. M. J. Coenders-Gerrits;R. J. van der Ent;T. A. Bogaard;L. Wang-Erlandsson;L. Wang-Erlandsson.
Gamma distribution models for transit time estimation in catchments: Physical interpretation of parameters and implications for time-variant transit time assessment
M. Hrachowitz;M. Hrachowitz;C. Soulsby;D. Tetzlaff;I. A. Malcolm.
Water Resources Research (2010)
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