Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt
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A new methodology for flood hazard assessment considering dike breaches
S Vorogushyn, B Merz, KE Lindenschmidt, H Apel
Water resources research 46 (8), 2010
1392010
The effect of complexity on parameter sensitivity and model uncertainty in river water quality modelling
KE Lindenschmidt
Ecological Modelling 190 (1-2), 72-86, 2006
1342006
Assessing flood risk for a rural detention area
S Förster, B Kuhlmann, KE Lindenschmidt, A Bronstert
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 8 (2), 311-322, 2008
1312008
The effect of water column mixing on phytoplankton succession, diversity and similarity
KE Lindenschmidt, I Chorus
Journal of Plankton research 20 (10), 1927-1951, 1998
1091998
Structural uncertainty in a river water quality modelling system
KE Lindenschmidt, K Fleischbein, M Baborowski
Ecological Modelling 204 (3-4), 289-300, 2007
1072007
Analysis of a detention basin impact on dike failure probabilities and flood risk for a channel-dike-floodplain system along the river Elbe, Germany
S Vorogushyn, KE Lindenschmidt, H Kreibich, H Apel, B Merz
Journal of Hydrology 436, 120-131, 2012
892012
Bridging science and traditional knowledge to assess cumulative impacts of stressors on ecosystem health
CS Mantyka-Pringle, TD Jardine, L Bradford, L Bharadwaj, AP Kythreotis, ...
Environment international 102, 125-137, 2017
802017
Aspects of seasonality and flood generating circulation patterns in a mountainous catchment in south-eastern Germany
T Petrow, B Merz, KE Lindenschmidt, AH Thieken
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11 (4), 1455-1468, 2007
742007
Evidence for internal phosphorus loading in a large prairie reservoir (Lake Diefenbaker, Saskatchewan)
RL North, J Johansson, DM Vandergucht, LE Doig, K Liber, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 41, 91-99, 2015
622015
Modelling of snowmelt erosion and sediment yield in a small low-mountain catchment in Germany
G Ollesch, I Kistner, R Meissner, KE Lindenschmidt
Catena 68 (2-3), 161-176, 2006
612006
Chapter four complexity and uncertainty: rethinking the modelling activity
M Brugnach, C Pahl-Wostl, KE Lindenschmidt, J Janssen, T Filatova, ...
Developments in Integrated Environmental Assessment 3, 49-68, 2008
552008
RIVICE—a non-proprietary, open-source, one-dimensional river-ice model
KE Lindenschmidt
Water 9 (5), 314, 2017
542017
The effectiveness of polder systems on peak discharge capping of floods along the middle reaches of the Elbe River in Germany
S Huang, J Rauberg, H Apel, M Disse, KE Lindenschmidt
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11 (4), 1391-1401, 2007
542007
Ice‐jam flood risk assessment and mapping
KE Lindenschmidt, A Das, P Rokaya, T Chu
Hydrological Processes 30 (21), 3754-3769, 2016
522016
Hypolimnetic aeration in lake Tegel, Berlin
KE Lindenschmidt, PF Hamblin
Water Research 31 (7), 1619-1628, 1997
511997
Trends in the timing and magnitude of ice-jam floods in Canada
P Rokaya, S Budhathoki, KE Lindenschmidt
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 1-9, 2018
482018
Loading of solute and suspended solids from rural catchment areas flowing into Lake Victoria in Uganda
KE Lindenschmidt, M Suhr, MK Magumba, RE Hecky, FWB Bugenyi
Water research 32 (9), 2776-2786, 1998
471998
Improving in-lake water quality modeling using variable chlorophyll a/algal biomass ratios
A Sadeghian, SC Chapra, J Hudson, H Wheater, KE Lindenschmidt
Environmental Modelling & Software 101, 73-85, 2018
452018
Environmental Factors on Microcyctin Levels in Waterbodies
I Chorus, V Niesel, J Fastner, C Wiedner, B Nixdorf, KE Lindenschmidt
Cyanotoxins: occurrence, causes, consequences, 159-177, 2001
392001
Impacts of climate change on the water quality of a regulated prairie river
N Hosseini, J Johnston, KE Lindenschmidt
Water 9 (3), 199, 2017
372017
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