Rolf Hut
Rolf Hut
post-doc researcher in water resources management, Delft University of Technology
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A decade of Predictions in Ungauged Basins (PUB)—a review
M Hrachowitz, HHG Savenije, G Blöschl, JJ McDonnell, M Sivapalan, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 58 (6), 1198-1255, 2013
Hyper‐resolution global hydrological modelling: what is next? “Everywhere and locally relevant”
MFP Bierkens, VA Bell, P Burek, N Chaney, LE Condon, CH David, ...
Hydrological processes 29 (2), 310-320, 2015
Measurements and Observations in the XXI century (MOXXI): innovation and multi-disciplinarity to sense the hydrological cycle
F Tauro, J Selker, N Van De Giesen, T Abrate, R Uijlenhoet, M Porfiri, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 63 (2), 169-196, 2018
The trans‐African hydro‐meteorological observatory (TAHMO)
N van de Giesen, R Hut, J Selker
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 1 (4), 341-348, 2014
Effects of sand storage dams on groundwater levels with examples from Kenya
R Hut, M Ertsen, N Joeman, N Vergeer, H Winsemius, N van de Giesen
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 33 (1), 56-66, 2008
Measuring and modeling hydrological processes of sand-storage dams on different spatial scales
RO Quilis, M Hoogmoed, M Ertsen, JW Foppen, R Hut, A de Vries
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 34 (4-5), 289-298, 2009
Two waterfalls do not hear each other. Sand-storage dams, science and sustainable development in Kenya
M Ertsen, R Hut
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 34 (1), 14-22, 2009
Identification of resonance waves in open water channels
PJ Van Overloop, IJ Miltenburg, X Bombois, AJ Clemmens, RJ Strand, ...
Control Engineering Practice 18 (8), 863-872, 2010
Measuring tree properties and responses using low-cost accelerometers
T Van Emmerik, S Steele-Dunne, R Hut, P Gentine, M Guerin, RS Oliveira, ...
Sensors 17 (5), 1098, 2017
Workflow automation for cycling systems
H Oliver, M Shin, D Matthews, O Sanders, S Bartholomew, A Clark, ...
Computing in Science & Engineering 21 (4), 7-21, 2019
Flooded by jargon: how the interpretation of water-related terms differs between hydrology experts and the general audience
GJ Venhuizen, R Hut, C Albers, CR Stoof, I Smeets
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 23 (1), 393-403, 2019
Comment on “Most computational hydrology is not reproducible, so is it really science?” by Christopher Hutton et al.: Let hydrologists learn the latest computer science by …
RW Hut, NC van de Giesen, N Drost
Water Resources Research 53 (5), 4524-4526, 2017
Using the Wiimote as a sensor in water research
RW Hut, SV Weijs, WMJ Luxemburg
Water Resources Research 46 (12), 2010
A resonating rainfall and evaporation recorder
RD Stewart, R Hut, DE Rupp, H Gupta, JS Selker
Water Resources Research 48 (8), 2012
New observational tools and datasources for hydrology: hydrological data unlocked by tinkering
RW Hut
Cochlear modeling as time-frequency analysis tool
R Hut, MM Boone, A Gisolf
Acta acustica united with acustica 92 (4), 629-636, 2006
Medicinal footprint of the population of the Rhine basin
R Hut, N Van de Giesen, CJ Houtman
Environmental Research Letters 8 (4), 044057, 2013
Geoscience on television: a review of science communication literature in the context of geosciences
R Hut, AM Land-Zandstra, I Smeets, CR Stoof
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20 (6), 2507-2518, 2016
Reduction of Used Memory Ensemble Kalman Filtering (RumEnKF): A data assimilation scheme for memory intensive, high performance computing
R Hut, BA Amisigo, S Steele-Dunne, N van de Giesen
Advances in Water Resources 86, 273-283, 2015
The answer is blowing in the wind: using wind induced resonance of trees to measure time varying canopy mass, including interception
JS Selker, JW Lane, DE Rupp, R Hut, MR Abou Najm, RD Stewart, ...
AGU fall meeting abstracts 2011, H11G-1155, 2011
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