Seamless integration of data and models for flash flood forecasting
Regional environmental change effects on water resources availability and hydro-power generation in an African environment. The case of the Shire River Basin and Lake Malawi Region, Malawi
Enhancing the effectiveness of flood early warnings in the Philippines
GeoSim (Helmholtz Graduate School for Explorative Simulation in Earth Science)
Information system for hydrological hazards in semi-arid Brazil - floods and droughts
Ecological and hydrological feedback mechanisms in meso-scale catchments.
Potsdam Research and Technology Network on Natural Hazards, Climate Change and Sustainability.
Flood Forecast Inn II (part Potsdam)
Trade-offs in Ecosystem Services. Investigation of the impact of coastal protection measures on ecosystem services and functions under the influence of climate change.
Runoff Characteristics of Small Alpine Catchments to Climate Change
A Drought Forecast and Water Management System for semi- arid regions, taking the state of Ceará, Brazil as an example
Formation, transport and retention of water and sediment in large-scale semi-arid catchments: Monitoring and modelling of substance fluxes, retention and connectivity phenomena.
Water runoff and erosion hazard caused by forest management practices in Southern Chile (Graduate school Natural Disasters).
Operational flood forecasting in source areas
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