Rolf Weingartner mostly deals with Hydrology, Surface runoff, Water resources, Arid and Flood myth. While working in this field, he studies both Hydrology and Macropore. His Surface runoff research focuses on Drainage basin and how it connects with Water cycle.
His Water resources research incorporates elements of Water balance, Streamflow and Hydrology. Rolf Weingartner has researched Arid in several fields, including Subtropics, Water scarcity, Water resource management, Global change and Earth system science. His study looks at the intersection of Water scarcity and topics like Temperate climate with Climatology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hydrology, Surface runoff, Flood myth, Climate change and Precipitation. His Hydrology study incorporates themes from Arid and Soil water. His Surface runoff research integrates issues from Water balance and Physical geography.
His Flood myth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Range and Meteorology. His Climate change research includes elements of Glacier, Climatology, Hydropower and Environmental planning. Rolf Weingartner combines subjects such as Downscaling, Seasonality and Flood forecasting with his study of Climatology.
Rolf Weingartner mainly focuses on Flood myth, Climate change, Precipitation, Hydrology and Surface runoff. The Flood myth study combines topics in areas such as Floodplain, Climatology, Meteorology and Water resource management. Rolf Weingartner has included themes like Hydrological modelling, Seasonality and Environmental planning in his Climate change study.
His work focuses on many connections between Precipitation and other disciplines, such as Drainage basin, that overlap with his field of interest in Surrogate model, Tributary and Scale. His Surface water, Erosion and Channel study, which is part of a larger body of work in Hydrology, is frequently linked to Transient and Scale model, bridging the gap between disciplines. His biological study deals with issues like Physical geography, which deal with fields such as Spatial ecology, Spatial dependence and Snow.
His primary areas of study are Flood myth, Climatology, Climate change, Precipitation and Climate model. His Flood myth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Floodplain, Representation and Surface runoff. His study in Climatology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quantile and Projection.
His Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Observational study and Environmental planning. The various areas that Rolf Weingartner examines in his Precipitation study include Drainage basin, Range and Seasonality. His Drainage basin research entails a greater understanding of Hydrology.
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Mountains of the world, water towers for humanity: Typology, mapping, and global significance
Daniel Viviroli;Hans H. Dürr;Bruno Messerli;Michel Meybeck.
Water Resources Research (2007)
The hydrological significance of mountains: from regional to global scale
Daniel Viviroli;Daniel Viviroli;Rolf Weingartner.
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2004)
Assessing the Hydrological Significance of the World's Mountains
Daniel Viviroli;Rolf Weingartner;Bruno Messerli.
Mountain Research and Development (2003)
Global monthly water stress: 2. Water demand and severity of water stress
Yoshihide Wada;L. P. H. van Beek;Daniel Viviroli;Daniel Viviroli;Hans H. Dürr.
Water Resources Research (2011)
Toward mountains without permanent snow and ice
Earth’s Future (2017)
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 and Software (2009)
Mountains of the world: vulnerable water towers for the 21st century.
Bruno Messerli;Daniel Viviroli;Rolf Weingartner.
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment (2004)
Robust changes and sources of uncertainty in the projected hydrological regimes of Swiss catchments
Nans Addor;Ole Kristen Rössler;Nina Köplin;Nina Köplin;Matthias Huss.
Water Resources Research (2014)
Quality of Drinking-water at Source and Point-of-consumption—Drinking Cup As a High Potential Recontamination Risk: A Field Study in Bolivia
Simonne Rufener;Daniel Mäusezahl;Hans-Joachim Mosler;Rolf Weingartner.
Journal of Health Population and Nutrition (2010)
Impacts of environmental change on water resources in the Mt. Kenya region
Benedikt Notter;Lindsay MacMillan;Daniel Viviroli;Rolf Weingartner.
Journal of Hydrology (2007)
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