Markus Disse
Markus Disse
Professor for Hydrology and River Basin Management, Technische Universität München (TUM)
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Fluvial flood risk management in a changing world
B Merz, J Hall, M Disse, A Schumann
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 2010
Fuzzy rule‐based models for infiltration
A Bárdossy, M Disse
Water resources research 29 (2), 373-382, 1993
Flood events in the Rhine basin: genesis, influences and mitigation
M Disse, H Engel
Natural Hazards 23 (2-3), 271-290, 2001
Evaluation of eight high spatial resolution gridded precipitation products in Adige Basin (Italy) at multiple temporal and spatial scales
Z Duan, J Liu, Y Tuo, G Chiogna, M Disse
Science of the Total Environment 573, 1536-1553, 2016
Evaluation of precipitation input for SWAT modeling in Alpine catchment: A case study in the Adige river basin (Italy)
Y Tuo, Z Duan, M Disse, G Chiogna
Science of the total environment 573, 66-82, 2016
Multi‐scale modelling of land‐use change and river training effects on floods in the Rhine basin
A Bronstert, A Bárdossy, C Bismuth, H Buiteveld, M Disse, H Engel, ...
River Research and Applications 23 (10), 1102-1125, 2007
Periodicity of sediment load and runoff in the Yangtze River basin and possible impacts of climatic changes and human activities/Périodicité de la charge sédimentaire et de l …
Q Zhang, G Chen, B Su, M Disse, T Jiang, CY Xu
Hydrological Sciences Journal 53 (2), 457-465, 2008
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
Sustainable management of river oases along the Tarim River (SuMaRiO) in Northwest China under conditions of climate change
C Rumbaur, N Thevs, M Disse, M Ahlheim, A Brieden, B Cyffka, ...
Earth System Dynamics 6 (1), 83-107, 2015
Possible climate change/variability and human impacts, vulnerability of drought-prone regions, water resources and capacity building for Africa
TY Gan, M Ito, S Hülsmann, X Qin, XX Lu, SY Liong, P Rutschman, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 61 (7), 1209-1226, 2016
Assessment of discharge through a dike breach and simulation of flood wave propagation
P Kamrath, M Disse, M Hammer, J Köngeter
Natural Hazards 38 (1-2), 63-78, 2006
Modellierung der Verdunstung und der Grundwasserneubildung in ebenen Einzugsgebieten
M Disse
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Effects of land use and climate change on groundwater and ecosystems at the middle reaches of the Tarim River using the MIKE SHE integrated hydrological model
P Keilholz, M Disse, Ü Halik
Water 7 (6), 3040-3056, 2015
Analyzing the future climate change of Upper Blue Nile River basin using statistical downscaling techniques
D Fenta Mekonnen, M Disse
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (4), 2391-2408, 2018
Large-scale hydrological modeling and decision-making for agricultural water consumption and allocation in the main stem Tarim River, China
Y Yu, M Disse, R Yu, G Yu, L Sun, P Huttner, C Rumbaur
Water 7 (6), 2821-2839, 2015
Optimizing water allocation under uncertain system conditions for water and agriculture future scenarios in Alfeios River Basin (Greece)—Part B: Fuzzy-boundary intervals …
E Bekri, M Disse, P Yannopoulos
Water 7 (11), 6427-6466, 2015
A multi-objective approach to improve SWAT model calibration in alpine catchments
Y Tuo, G Marcolini, M Disse, G Chiogna
Journal of Hydrology 559, 347-360, 2018
River network evolution and fluvial process responses to human activity in a hyper-arid environment–Case of the Tarim River in Northwest China
GA Yu, M Disse, HQ Huang, Y Yu, Z Li
Catena 147, 96-109, 2016
Sustainable management of river oases along the Tarim River (PR China) and the ecosystem services approach
B Cyffka, C Rumbaur, M Disse, M Kuba
Geography, Environment, Sustainability 6 (4), 77-90, 2013
Possibilities and limitations of interdisciplinary, user-oriented research: experiences from the German Research Network Natural Disasters
B Merz, J Friedrich, M Disse, J Schwarz, JG Goldammer, J Wächter
Natural hazards 38 (1-2), 3-20, 2006
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