Bettina Schaefli
Bettina Schaefli
Full Professor, University of Bern, Switzerland
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Origin and fate of atmospheric moisture over continents
RJ Van der Ent, HHG Savenije, B Schaefli, SC Steele‐Dunne
Water Resources Research 46 (9), 2010
“Panta Rhei—everything flows”: change in hydrology and society—the IAHS scientific decade 2013–2022
A Montanari, G Young, HHG Savenije, D Hughes, T Wagener, LL Ren, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 58 (6), 1256-1275, 2013
Do Nash values have value?
B Schaefli, HV Gupta
Hydrological processes 21, 2075-2080, 2007
Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective
G Blöschl, MFP Bierkens, A Chambel, C Cudennec, G Destouni, A Fiori, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 64 (10), 1141-1158, 2019
Climate change and hydropower production in the Swiss Alps: quantification of potential impacts and related modelling uncertainties
B Schaefli, B Hingray, A Musy
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11 (3), 1191-1205, 2007
A conceptual glacio-hydrological model for high mountainous catchments
B Schaefli, B Hingray, M Niggli, A Musy
Hydrology and earth system sciences 9 (1/2), 95-109, 2005
Assessment of climate‐change impacts on alpine discharge regimes with climate model uncertainty
P Horton, B Schaefli, A Mezghani, B Hingray, A Musy
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 20 (10), 2091-2109, 2006
On the calibration of hydrological models in ungauged basins: A framework for integrating hard and soft hydrological information
HC Winsemius, B Schaefli, A Montanari, HHG Savenije
Water Resources Research 45 (12), 2009
What drives high flow events in the Swiss Alps? Recent developments in wavelet spectral analysis and their application to hydrology
B Schaefli, D Maraun, M Holschneider
Advances in Water Resources 30 (12), 2511-2525, 2007
Improving the predictive skill of a distributed hydrological model by calibration on spatial patterns with multiple satellite data sets
M Dembélé, M Hrachowitz, HHG Savenije, G Mariéthoz, B Schaefli
Water resources research 56 (1), e2019WR026085, 2020
Analysing the temporal dynamics of model performance for hydrological models
DE Reusser, T Blume, B Schaefli, E Zehe
Hydrology and earth system sciences 13 (7), 999-1018, 2009
Understanding snow hydrological processes through the lens of stable water isotopes
H Beria, JR Larsen, NC Ceperley, A Michelon, T Vennemann, B Schaefli
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 5 (6), e1311, 2018
Improving the theoretical underpinnings of process‐based hydrologic models
MP Clark, B Schaefli, SJ Schymanski, L Samaniego, CH Luce, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (3), 2350-2365, 2016
Quantifying hydrological modeling errors through a mixture of normal distributions
B Schaefli, DB Talamba, A Musy
Journal of Hydrology 332 (3-4), 303-315, 2007
Projecting hydropower production under future climates: a guide for decision‐makers and modelers to interpret and design climate change impact assessments
B Schaefli
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 2 (4), 271-289, 2015
The role of glacier retreat for Swiss hydropower production
B Schaefli, P Manso, M Fischer, M Huss, D Farinotti
Renewable energy 132, 615-627, 2019
HESS Opinions: Hydrologic predictions in a changing environment: behavioral modeling
B Schaefli, CJ Harman, M Sivapalan, SJ Schymanski
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15 (2), 635-646, 2011
Potential of satellite and reanalysis evaporation datasets for hydrological modelling under various model calibration strategies
M Dembélé, N Ceperley, SJ Zwart, E Salvadore, G Mariethoz, B Schaefli
Advances in Water Resources 143, 103667, 2020
Stream temperature and discharge evolution in Switzerland over the last 50 years: annual and seasonal behaviour
A Michel, T Brauchli, M Lehning, B Schaefli, H Huwald
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 24 (1), 115-142, 2020
Integrating point glacier mass balance observations into hydrologic model identification
B Schaefli, M Huss
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15 (4), 1227-1241, 2011
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