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Mr Wouter Berghuijs
Mr Wouter Berghuijs
Civil Engineering (PhD)
Area of research
Catchment classification, similarity and global hydrology
Wouter Berghuijs graduated from the Delft University of Technology with degrees in Civil Engineering (BSc) and Hydrology (MSc, with Honours). During his MSc Wouter has spent three Months at the University of Illinous to work with Murugesu Sivapalan. Additionally, he has spent three months at the University of Bristol to work with Ross Woods as part of his MSc thesis.
Beside his PhD research Wouter serves as the current Young Scientist Representative for the European Gesciences Union Hydrology Division is co-founder and chairman of the Young Hydrologic Society (www.younghs.com).
- Water Resources Management
- Berghuijs, W, Woods, R, Hutton, C & Sivapalan, M, 2016, Dominant flood generating mechanisms across the United States. Geophysical Research Letters.
- Hilgersom, KP, Van Emmerik, T, Solcerova, A, Berghuijs, W, Selker, J & Giesen, NVd, 2016, Practical considerations for enhanced-resolution coil-wrapped Distributed Temperature Sensing. Geoscientific instrumentation, methods and data systems.
- Kormos, P, Wenger, S, Berghuijs, W & Luce, C, 2015, Trends and Sensitivities of Low Streamflow Extremes to Discharge Timing and Magnitude in Pacific Northwest Mountain Streams. Water Resources Research.
- Berghuijs, W, Harrigan, S, Kipnis, E, Dogulu, N, Floriancic, M, Müller, H, Pohle, I, Saia, S, Sedlar, F, Smoorenburg, M, Teutschbein, C & van Emmerik, T, 2015, Creating Community for Early-Career Geoscientists: Student involvement in geoscience unions: A case study from hydrology. Eos, vol 96.
- Berghuijs, W, Hartmann, A & Woods, R, 2015, (submitted) Streamflow sensitivity to water storage changes across Europe. Geophysical Research Letters.
- Berghuijs, W & Woods, R, 2015, A simple framework to quantitatively describe monthly precipitation and temperature climatology. International Journal of Climatology.
- Berghuijs, WR, Sivapalan, M, Woods, RA & Savenije, HHG, 2014, Patterns of similarity of seasonal water balances: A window into streamflow variability over a range of time scales. Water Resources Research, vol 50., pp. 5638-5661
- Berghuijs, WR, Woods, RA & Hrachowitz, M, 2014, A precipitation shift from snow towards rain leads to a decrease in streamflow. Nature Clim. Change, vol 4., pp. 583-586
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