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Simulating water temperatures and stratification of a pre‐alpine lake with a hydrodynamic model: calibration and sensitivity analysis of climatic input parameters
We report on the calibration of the one-dimensional hydrodynamic lake model Dynamic Reservoir Simulation Model to simulate the water temperature conditions of the pre-alpine Lake Ammersee (southeastExpand
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Using the General Lake Model (GLM) to simulate water temperatures and ice cover of a medium-sized lake: a case study of Lake Ammersee, Germany
Thermal dynamics of lakes has a key role in chemical and biological processes in lakes including nutrient distributions and phytoplankton growth. Applications of hydrodynamic models to lakes canExpand
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Future alterations of thermal characteristics in a medium-sized lake simulated by coupling a regional climate model with a lake model
Regional climate models (RCM) provide site-specific meteorological data at a suitable spatial resolution for the estimation of future climate-driven changes in aquatic ecosystems. In this study, weExpand
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glmGUI v1.0: an R-based graphical user interface and toolbox for GLM (General Lake Model) simulations
We developed glmGUI, a graphical user interface (GUI) including a toolbox for an autocalibration, parameter sensitivity analysis, and several plot options. Expand
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The mixing regime of Lake Ammersee
Climate change affects the circulation of lakes and has already induced mixing regime shifts for 9 several sites. The pre-alpine Lake Ammersee, Germany, is usually dimictic, but exhibits rarely a 10Expand
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Influence of groundwater inflow on water temperature simulations of Lake Ammersee using a one-dimensional hydrodynamic lake model
In this study we implemented groundwater inflow to the one-dimensional hydrodynamic simulation of lake water temperatures to improve the reproduction of the real water temperatures by the simulationExpand
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Hydrogeography – linking water resources and their management to physical and anthropogenic catchment processes
karthe@gmit.edu.mn 2 Department Aquatic Ecosystem Analysis and Management, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Brückstr. 3a, 39114 Magdeburg, Germany 3 Faculty of Geography,Expand
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First attempt to study rock glaciers in New Zealand using the Schmidt-hammer - framework and preliminary results
(1) Department of Geological Sciences, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand (stefan.winkler@canterbury.ac.nz), (2) Institute of Earth Surface Dynamics, University of Lausanne,Expand
High-resolution DTM-based stratigraphic correlation of fluvial terraces along River Würm
Digital terrain models (DTM) with high resolution are ideally suited for a systematic mapping of geomorphological structures, such as fluvial terraces, with high accuracy. We developed aExpand