List of the Staff's English Language Publications

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Reviewed Publications

2016

  • Amiri, B.J., Fohrer, N., Cullmann, J., Hörmann, G., Adamowski, J. (2016): Regionalization of Tank Model Using Landscape Metrics of Catchments. Water Resources Management, doi: 10.1007/s11269-016-1469-5.

  • Conrad, Y. & Fohrer, N. (2016): Simulating impacts of silage maize (Zea mays) in monoculture and undersown with annual grass (Lolium perenne L.) on the soil water balance in a sandy-humic soil in Northwest Germany. Agr. Water Manage., 178, 52–65.

  • El-Shazli, A. & Hoermann, G. (2016): Development of storage capacity and morphology of the Aswan High Dam Reservoir. Hydrological Sciences Journal, doi: 10.1080/02626667.2016.1151979.

  • Fohrer, N. (2016): The Journal Hydrology and Water Resources Management (HyWa) celebrates its 60th Anniversary. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 60, 5.

  • Guse, B., Pfannerstill, M., Gafurov, A., Fohrer, N. & Gupta, H. (2016): Demasking the integrated information of discharge - Advancing sensitivity analysis to consider different hydrological components and their rates of change, Water Resour. Res., accepted, doi:10.1002/2016WR018894.

  • Guse, B., Pfannerstill, M., Strauch, M., Reusser, D., Lüdtke, S., Volk, M., Gupta, H. & Fohrer, N. (2016): On characterizing the temporal dominance patterns of model parameters and processes, Hydrol. Process., 30(13), 2255-2270, doi: 10.1002/hyp.10764.

  • Haas, M., Guse, B., Pfannerstill, M. & Fohrer, N. (2016): A joined multi-metric calibration of river discharge and nitrate loads with different performance measures, J. Hydrol., 536, 534-545, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.03.001.

  • Pfannerstill, M., Kuehling, I., Hugenschmidt, C., Trepel, M. & Fohrer, N. (2016): Reactive ditches: A simple approach to implement denitrifying wood chip bioreactors to reduce nitrate exports into aquatic ecosystems? Environmental Earth Sciences, 75, 1063.

  • Nerger, R., Beylich, A., & Fohrer, N. (2016): Long-term monitoring of soil quality changes in Northern Germany. Geoderma Regional, 7(2), 239-249.

  • Salmoral, G., Willaarts, B., Garrido, A. & Guse, B. (2016): Fostering integrated land and water management approaches: Evaluating the water footprint of a Mediterranean basin under different agricultural land use scenarios, Land Use Policy, accepted.

  • Schmalz, B., Kruse, M., Kiesel, J., Müller, F., & Fohrer, N. (2016). Water-related ecosystem services in Western Siberian lowland basins—Analysing and mapping spatial and seasonal effects on regulating services based on ecohydrological modelling results. Ecological Indicators, 71, 55-65.

  • Song, S., Schmalz, B., Zhang, J. X., Li, G., & Fohrer, N. (2016). Application of modified Manning formula in the determination of vertical profile velocity in natural rivers. Hydrology Research, nh2016131.

  • Strehmel, A., Jewett, A., Schuldt, R., Schmalz, B. & Fohrer, N. (2016): Field data-based implementation of land management and terraces on the catchment scale for an eco-hydrological modelling approach in the Three Gorges Region, China. Agricultural Water Management, 175, 43-60.

  • Strehmel, A., Schmalz, B. & Fohrer, N. (2016): Evaluation of Land Use, Land Management and Soil Conservation Strategies to Reduce Non-Point Source Pollution Loads in the Three Gorges Region, China. Environmental Management, 58, 906-921.

  • Wu, N., Faber, C., Sun, X., Qu, Y., Wang, C., Ivetic, S., Riis, T., Ulrich, U. & Fohrer, N. (2016): Importance of sampling frequency when collecting diatoms. Scientific Reports, 6: 36950.

 

 

2015

  • BIEGER, K., HÖRMANN, G. & FOHRER, N. (2015): Detailed spatial analysis of SWAT-simulated surface runoff and sediment yield in a mountainous watershed in China. Hydrological Sciences Journal 60(5): 784-800. doi: 10.1080/02626667.2014.965172.

  • BIEGER, K., HÖRMANN, G. & FOHRER, N. (2015): The impact of land use change in the Xiangxi Catchment (China) on water balance and sediment transport. Regional Environmental Change 15(3): 485-498. doi: 10.1007/s10113-013-0429-3.

  • GUSE, B., KAIL, J., RADINGER, J., SCHRÖDER, M., KIESEL, J., HERING, D., WOLTER, C. & FOHRER, N. (2015): Eco-hydrologic model cascades: Simulating land use and climate change impacts on hydrology, hydraulics and habitats for fish and macroinvertebrates. Sci. Tot. Environ. 533: 542-556, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.05.078.

  • GUSE, B., PFANNERSTILL, M. & FOHRER, N. (2015): Dynamic modelling of land use change impacts on nitrate loads in rivers. Environ. Process., doi:10.1007/s40710-015-0099-x.

  • HAAS, M., GUSE, B., PFANNERSTILL, M. & FOHRER, N. (2015): Detection of dominant nitrate processes in ecohydrological modelling with temporal parameter sensitivity analysis. Ecol. Model. 314: 62-72, doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2015.07.009.

  • HAIDARY, A., AMIRI, B.J., ADAMOWSKI, J., FOHRER, N. & NAKANE, K. (2015): Modelling the relationship between catchment attributes and wetland water quality in Japan. Ecohydrology 8(4): 726-737. doi: 10.1002/eco.1539.

  • HE, X., HÖRMANN, G., STREHMEL, A., GUO, H.L. & FOHRER, N. (2015): Natural and Anthropogenic Causes of Vegetation Changes in Riparian Wetlands Along the Lower Reaches of the Yellow River, China. Wetlands 35(2): 391-399.

  • KAIL, J., GUSE, B., RADINGER, J., SCHRÖDER, M., KIESEL, J., KLEINHANS, M., SCHUURMAN, F., FOHRER, N., HERING, D. & WOLTER, C. (2015): A modelling framework to assess the effect of pressures on river abiotic habitat conditions and biota. PLOS ONE 10(6): e0130228. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.013022.

  • KIESEL, J., SCHRÖDER, M., HERING, D., SCHMALZ, B., HÖRMANN, G., JÄHNIG, S.C. & FOHRER, N. (2015): A new model linking macroinvertebrate assemblages to habitat composition in rivers: development, sensitivity and univariate application. Fundamental and Applied Limnology / Archiv für Hydrobiologie 186(1-2): 117-133. doi: 10.1127/fal/2015/0625.

  • KUEMMERLEN, M., SCHMALZ, B., CAI, Q., HAASE, P., FOHRER, N. & JÄHNIG, S.C. (2015): An attack on two fronts: predicting how changes in land use and climate affect the distribution of stream macroinvertebrates. Freshwater Biology, doi:10.1111/fwb.12580.

  • PFANNERSTILL, M., GUSE, B., REUSSER, D. & FOHRER, N. (2015): Process verification of a hydrological model using a temporal parameter sensitivity analysis. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (HESS) 19: 4365-4376. doi:10.5194/hessd-12-1729-2015.

  • SCHMALZ, B., LOOSER, U., MEESENBURG, H., SCHRÖDER, U. & SCHUMANN, S. (2015): Kleine hydrologische Untersuchungsgebiete in deutschsprachigen Ländern Mitteleuropas. Projektbericht. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 59(4): 184-189.

  • SCHMALZ, B., KUEMMERLEN, M., KIESEL, J., CAI, Q., JÄHNIG, S.C. & FOHRER, N. (2015): Impacts of land use changes on hydrological components and macroinvertebrate distributions in the Poyang lake area. Ecohydrology 8(6): 1119-1136. doi: 10.1002/eco.1569.

  • SCHMALZ, B., ZHANG, Q., KUEMMERLEN, M., CAI, Q., JÄHNIG, S.C. & FOHRER, N. (2015): Modelling spatial distribution of surface runoff and sediment yield in a Chinese river basin without continuous sediment monitoring. Hydrological Sciences Journal 60(5): 801-824.doi: 10.1080/02626667.2014.967245.

  • SONG, S., SCHMALZ, B. & FOHRER, N. (2015): Simulation, quantification and comparison of in-channel and floodplain sediment processes in a lowland area – A case study of the Upper Stör catchment in northern Germany. Ecological Indicators 57: 118-127. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2015.03.030.

  • STREHMEL, A., SCHÖNBRODT-STITT, S., BUZZO, G., DUMPERTH, C., STUMPF F., ZIMMERMANN, K., BIEGER, K., BEHRENS, T., SCHMIDT, K., BI, R., ROHN, J., HILL, J., UDELHOVEN, T., WEI, X., SHI, XZ., CAI, Q., JIANG, T., FOHRER, N., SCHOLTEN, T. (2015): Assessment of Geo-Hazards in a Rapidly Changing Landscape: The Three Gorges Reservoir Region in China. Environmental Earth Sciences 74(6): 4939-4960. doi: 10.1007/s12665-015-4503-7.

  • ULRICH, U., KRÜGER, C., HÖRMANN, G. & FOHRER, N. (2015): Datenlage zur Belastung der Kleingewässer durch Pestizide in Deutschland: ein Statusbericht. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 59(5): 227-238. doi:10.5675/HyWa_2015,5_3.

 

 

2014

  • Bieger, K., Hörmann, G., & Fohrer, N. (2014). Simulation of streamflow and sediment with the soil and water assessment tool in a data scarce catchment in the three Gorges region, China. Journal of environmental quality, 43(1), 37-45.

  • Fohrer, N., Dietrich, A., Kolychalow, O., & Ulrich, U. (2014). Assessment of the environmental fate of the herbicides flufenacet and metazachlor with the SWAT model. Journal of environmental quality, 43(1), 75-85.

  • Guse, B., Reusser, D. E., & Fohrer, N. (2014). How to improve the representation of hydrological processes in SWAT for a lowland catchment–temporal analysis of parameter sensitivity and model performance. Hydrological processes, 28(4), 2651-2670.

  • Huang, J. C., Gao, J. F., Mooij, W. M., Hörmann, G., & Fohrer, N. (2014). A comparison of three Approaches to predict phytoplankton biomass in Gonghu Bay of Lake Taihu. J. Environ. Inform, 24(1), 39-51.

  • Huang, J., Gao, J., Hörmann, G., & Fohrer, N. (2014). Modeling the effects of environmental variables on short-term spatial changes in phytoplankton biomass in a large shallow lake, Lake Taihu. Environmental Earth Sciences, 72(9), 3609-3621.

  • Kuemmerlen, M., Schmalz, B., Guse, B., Cai, Q., Fohrer, N., & Jähnig, S. C. (2014). Integrating catchment properties in small scale species distribution models of stream macroinvertebrates. Ecological Modelling, 277, 77-86.

  • Pfannerstill, M., Guse, B., & Fohrer, N. (2014). A multi‐storage groundwater concept for the SWAT model to emphasize nonlinear groundwater dynamics in lowland catchments. Hydrological Processes, 28(22), 5599-5612.

  • Pfannerstill, M., Guse, B., & Fohrer, N. (2014). Smart low flow signature metrics for an improved overall performance evaluation of hydrological models. Journal of Hydrology, 510, 447-458.

  • Pott, C. A., Jadoski, S. O., Schmalz, B., Hörmann, G., & Fohrer, N. (2014). Temporal variability of nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations in a German catchment: water sampling implication. Revista Brasileira de Engenharia Agrícola e Ambiental, 18(8), 811-818.

  • Song, S., Schmalz, B., & Fohrer, N. (2014). Simulation and comparison of stream power in-channel and on the floodplain in a German lowland area. Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics, 62(2), 133-144.

  • Wu, N., Cai, Q., & Fohrer, N. (2014). Contribution of microspatial factors to benthic diatom communities. Hydrobiologia, 732(1), 49-60.

  • Wu, N., Huang, J., Schmalz, B., & Fohrer, N. (2014). Modeling daily chlorophyll a dynamics in a German lowland river using artificial neural networks and multiple linear regression approaches. Limnology, 15(1), 47-56.

  • Wu, N., Schmalz, B., & Fohrer, N. (2014). Study Progress in Riverine Phytoplankton and its Use as Bio-Indicator a Review. Austin J Hydrol, 1(1), 9.

 

 

2013

  • Haidary, A., Amiri, B. J., Adamowski, J., Fohrer, N., & Nakane, K. (2013). Assessing the impacts of four land use types on the water quality of wetlands in Japan. Water Resources Management, 27(7), 2217-2229.

  • Kiesel, J., Schmalz, B., Brown, G. L., & Fohrer, N. (2013). Application of a hydrological-hydraulic modelling cascade in lowlands for investigating water and sediment fluxes in catchment, channel and reach. Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics, 61(4), 334-346.

  • Ulrich, U., Dietrich, A., & Fohrer, N. (2013). Herbicide transport via surface runoff during intermittent artificial rainfall: a laboratory plot scale study. Catena, 101, 38-49.

  • Smetanová, A., Dotterweich, M., Diehl, D., Ulrich, U., & Dotterweich, N. F. (2013). Influence of biochar and terra preta substrates on wettability and erodibility of soils. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Supplementary Issues, 57(1), 111-134..

  • Ulrich, U., Zeiger, M., & Fohrer, N. (2013). Soil structure and herbicide transport on soil surfaces during intermittent artificial rainfall. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Supplementary Issues, 57(1), 135-155.

 

 

2012

  • Amiri, B.J., K.P. Sudheer & N. Fohrer, 2012: Linkage Between In-Stream Total Phosphorus and Land Cover in Chugoku District, Japan: An ANN Approach. J. Hydrol. Hydromech. 60 (1): 33-44.
  • Bieger, K., G. Hörmann & N. Fohrer, 2012: Simulation of Streamflow and Sediment with the Soil and Water Assessment Tool in a Data Scarce Catchment in the Three Gorges Region, China. J. Env. Qual., published online May 2012.

  • Bohne, B., I.J. Storchenegger, P. Widmoser, 2012: An easy to use calculation method for weir operations in controlled drainage systems. Agricultural Water Management 109: 46-53.

  • Fohrer, N. & B. Schmalz, 2012: Das UNESCO Ökohydrologie-Referenzprojekt Kielstau-Einzugsgebiet - nachhaltiges Wasserressourcenmanagement und Ausbildung im ländlichen Raum. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 56(4): 160-168.

  • Fohrer, N., A. Dietrich, O. Kolychalow & U. Ulrich, 2012: Assessment of the environmental fate of the herbicides Flufenacet and Metazachlor with the SWAT model. J. Envir. Quality. Accepted July 2012.

  • Holsten, B., A. Bednarek, A. Fier, N. Fohrer, G. Heckrath, H. Höper, C. Hugenschmidt, C. Kjaergaard, B. Krause, N. Litz, A, Matzinger, D. Orlikowski, C. Perillon, M. Pfannerstill, P. Rouault, W. Schäfer, M. Trepel, M. Ubraniak & M. Zalewski, 2012: Potenziale für den Einsatz von Nährstoff-Filtersystemen in Deutschland zur Verringerung der Nährstoffeinträge in Oberflächengewässer. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 56: 4-15.

  • Jähnig, S.C., M. Kuemmerlen, J. Kiesel, S. Domisch, Q.H. Cai, B. Schmalz & N. Fohrer, 2012: Modelling of riverine ecosystems by integrating models: conceptual approach, a case study and research agenda. J. Biogeogr., accepted.

  • Kolychalow, O., B. Schmalz, A. Matthiessen, G. Ostendorp, M. Hippelein & N. Fohrer, 2012: Pflanzenschutzmittelwirkstoffe und deren Metaboliten in privaten Trinkwasserbrunnen in Schleswig-Holstein. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 56(4): 193-202.

  • Kroll, F., F. Müller, D. Haase & N. Fohrer, 2012: Rural–urban gradient analysis of ecosystem services supply and demand dynamics. Land Use Policy 29: 521-535.

  • Kuemmerlen, M., S. Domisch, B. Schmalz. Q.H. Cai, N. Fohrer & S. Jähnig, 2012: Integrierte Modellierung von aquatischen Ökosystemen in China: Arealbestimmung von Makrozoobenthos auf Einzugsgebietsebene. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 56(4): 185-192.

  • Lam, Q.D., B. Schmalz & N. Fohrer, 2012: Assessing the spatial and temporal variations of water quality in lowland areas, Northern Germany. Journal of Hydrology 438-439: 137-147.

  • McClain, M.E., L. Chícharo, N. Fohrer, M. Gaviño Novillo, W. Windhorst & M. Zalewski, 2012: Training hydrologists to be ecohydrologists and play a leading role in environmental problem solving. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 16: 1685-1696.

  • Pfannerstill, M., C. Hugenschmidt, M. Trepel & N. Fohrer, 2012: Reaktive Grabensysteme zur Reduktion des diffusen Stickstoffeintrags aus drainierten landwirtschaftlichen Flächen. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 56(4): 203-214.

  • Schmalz, B., M. Kuemmerlen, A. Strehmel, S. Song, Q.H. Cai, S. Jähnig & N. Fohrer, 2012: Integrierte Modellierung von aquatischen Ökosystemen in China: Ökohydrologie und Hydraulik. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 56(4): 169-184.

  • Smetanova, A., M. Dotterweich, D. Diehl, U. Ulrich & N. Fohrer, 2012: Influence of biochar and terra preta substrates on wettability and erodibility of soils. Z. Geomorph. Supplementary Issue. Published online.

  • Ulrich, U., F. Schulz, C. Hugenschmidt & N. Fohrer, 2012: Vergleichende Messungen zu Herbizidausträgen auf drei unterschiedlichen Größenskalen. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 56(4): 215-228.

  • Wu, N., Cai, Q. & Fohrer, N., 2012: Development and evaluation of a diatom-based index of biotic integrity (D-IBI) for rivers impacted by run-of-river dams. Ecological Indicators 18: 108-117.

  • Wu, N., Schmalz, B. & Fohrer, N., 2012: Development and testing of a phytoplankton index of biotic integrity (P-IBI) for a German lowland river. Ecological Indicators 13: 158-167.

  • Zhang, X.Y., G. Hörmann, J.F. Gao & N. Fohrer, 2012: Estimating the impacts and uncertainties of changing spatial input data resolutions on streamflow simulations in two basins. J. Hydroinformatics: 902-917.

  • Zhang, X.Y., G. Hörmann, J.F. Gao & N. Fohrer, 2012: Parameter calibration and uncertainty estimation of a simple rainfall-runoff model in two case studies. J. Hydroinformatics: 1061-1074.

     

2011
 
  • LAM, Q.D., SCHMALZ, B. & FOHRER, N. (2011): The impact of agricultural Best Management Practices on water quality in a North German lowland catchment. Environ Monit Assess. 183 (1): 351-379. IF 1.436.

  • STORCHENEGGER, I., BOHNE, B., WIDMOSER, P. (2011): Ein praktisches Berechnungsverfahren zur Regulierung von Dränsystemen durch Kulturstaue. WasserWirtschaft. 3: 2-8.
  • WU, N., SCHMALZ, B. & FOHRER, N. (2011): A comparison of phytoplankton assemblages generated by two sampling protocols in a German lowland catchment. Ann. Limnol. - Int. J. Lim. 47: 313–323. (IF: 0.796).
  • WU, N., SCHMALZ, B. & FOHRER, N. (2011): Distribution of phytoplankton in a German lowland river in relation to environmental factors. J. Plankton Res. 33 (5): 807–820. IF 1.749.

2010

  • KIESEL, J., FOHRER, N. & SCHMALZ, B. (2010): Considering aquatic habitat properties in integrated river basin management - an ecohydrological modelling approach. IAHS Redbooks 338. 137-139.
  • WIDMOSER, P. (2010): An alternative to define canopy surface temperatur bounds. Agricultural Water Management. 97: 224-230.
  • SCHMALZ, B. & FOHRER, N. (2010): Ecohydrological research in the German lowland catchment Kielstau. IAHS Publ. 336. 115-120.
  • KIESEL J, FOHRER N, SCHMALZ B & WHITE M J (2010): Incorporating landscape depressions and tile drainages of lowland catchments into spatially distributed hydrologic modelling. Hydrol. Processes 24, 1472–1486 (IF: 2.305).
  • LAM Q D, SCHMALZ B & FOHRER N (2010): Modelling point and diffuse source pollution of nitrate in a rural lowland catchment using the SWAT model. Agric. Water Manage. 97: 317–325 (IF: 1.646).
  • PETERSEN G. & FOHRER N (2010): Flooding and drying mechanisms of the seasonal Sudd flood plains along the Bahr el Jebel in southern Sudan. Hydrological Sciences J., 55(1):4 -16 (IF: 1.418).
  • PETERSEN G. & FOHRER N (2010): Two-dimensional numerical assessment of the hydrodynamics of the Nile swamps in southern Sudan. Hydrological Sciences J., 55(1):17 – 26 (IF: 1.418).
  • ZHAO G, HOERMANN G, FOHRER N, GAO J F, Li H P & TIAN P (2010): Development and application of a nitrogen simulation model in a data scarce catchment in South China. Agricultural Water Management. DOI:10.1016/j.agwat.2010.10.022 (IF: 2.016)
  • Wu, N. C., Jiang, W. X., Fu, X. C., Zhou, S. C., Li, F. Q., Cai, Q. H., Fohrer, N., (2010): Temporal impacts of a small hydropower plant on benthic algal community. Fundamentals and Applied Limnology, 177(4): 257-266. (ISI).
  • WU, N., SCHMALZ, B. & FOHRER, N. (2010): Spatial and temporal distribution of phytoplankton in a lowland river, Germany, in relation to environmental factors. May-2010 submitted to the Journal of Plankton Research. published online November 9, 2010 ISI 1.707.
  • Wu  N, Tang T, Fu X, Jiang W, Li F, Zhou S, Cai Q and Fohrer N., 2010. Impacts of cascade run-of-river dams on benthic diatoms in the Xiangxi River, China. Aquatic Sciences. 72: 117-125. (ISI 1,049)
  • Zhao,G. J., G. Hörmann, N. Fohrer, J. F. Gao, H.P. Li, P. Tian (2010): Application of a simple raster-based hydrological model for streamflow prediction in a humid catchment with polder systems. Water Resources Management, Available online October 2010. (ISI 1,35)
  • Zhao,G. J., G. Hörmann, N. Fohrer, Z.-X. Zhang, J.-Q. Zhai, 2010: Streamflow trends and climate variability impacts in Poyang Lake basin, China. Water Resource Management, 24(4):689-706 (ISI 1,35)


 

2009

  • Bormann, H., N. Fohrer, M. Voltz and H. Bogena, 2009: Advances in Sustainable Management of Water Quality on Catchment Scale. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, A/B/C 34, (8-9): 517-594.
  • WIDMOSER, P. (2009): A discussion on an alternative to the Penman-Monteith equation. Agricultural Water Management. 96: 711-721.
  • Conrad., Y. und N. Fohrer, 2009: Application of the Bayesian calibration methodology for the parameter estimation in CoupModel. Adv. Geosci., 21, 13–24.
  • Conrad, Y. und N. Fohrer, 2009: Modeling of nitrogen leaching in grassland systems with two different fertilization levels in Northern Germany. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Sciences. 172, 745–756.
  • Conrad, Y. und N. Fohrer, 2009: Modelling of nitrogen leaching under a complex winter wheat and red clover rotation in a drained agricultural field. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, A/B/C 34, (8-9): 530-540.
  • Hörmann, G., N. Köplin, Q. Cai, N. Fohrer, 2009: Using a simple model as a tool to parametrize the SWAT model of the Xiangxi river in China. Quaternary International 208: 116-120.
  • Hörmann, G., A. L. Renken, N. Fohrer, 2009: Use of high resolution climate change data to simulate hydrologic change at the small catchment scale. IAHS Publ. 330: 254-260.
  • Kiesel, J., D. Hering, B. Schmalz and N. Fohrer, 2009: A transdisciplinary approach for modelling macro-invertebrate habitats in lowland streams. IAHS Publ. 328: 24-33.
  • Kiesel, J., Schmalz, B. & Fohrer, N., 2009: SEPAL – A simple GIS-based tool to estimate sediment pathways in lowland catchment. Adv. Geosci. 21, 25–32.
  • Lam,Q.D., B. Schmalz, and N. Fohrer, 2009: Ecohydrological modelling of water discharge and nitrate loads in a mesoscale lowland catchment, Germany. Adv. Geosci. 21, 49–55.
  • Liu, H.H., Hörmann, J. Kiesel, N. Fohrer, 2009: Suitability of S factor algorithms for soil loss estimation at gently sloped landscapes. Catena.77(3): 248-255.
  • Petersen, G. and N. Fohrer, 2009: Two-dimensional numerical assessment of the hydrodynamics of the Nile swamps in southern Sudan. Hydrological Science Journal, submitted April. 2008. Accepted May 12th 2009.
  • Petersen, G., I. Lebed, N. Fohrer, 2009: SRTM DEM levels over papyrus swamp vegetation – a correction approach. Adv. Geosci. 21, 81–84.
  • Schmalz, B. und N. Fohrer, 2009: Comparing model sensitivities of different landscapes using the ecohydrological SWAT model. Adv. Geosci 21, 91–98.
  • Schmalz, B., K. Bieger, and N. Fohrer, (eds) 2009: Transdisciplinary concepts and modelling strategies for the assessment of complex environmental systems. Adv. Geosci., 1-137.
  • Schmalz, B., P. Springer, N. Fohrer, 2009: Variability of water quality in a riparian wetland with interacting shallow groundwater and surface water. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Sciences 172, 757–768.
  • Wu, N., Jiang, W., Fu, X., Zhou, S., Li, F., Cai, Q. and Fohrer, N., 2009: Temporal impacts of a small hydropower plant on benthic algal community. Fundamental and Applied Limnology (Archiv für Hydrobiologie). (Accepted Dec 2009)
  • Wu, N., T. Tang, X. Fu, W. Jiang, F. Li, S. Zhou, Q. Cai and N. Fohrer, 2009: Impacts of cascade run-of-river dams on benthic diatoms in Xiangxi River, China. Aquatic Science, accepted. Aug. 2009
  • Zhang, X., G. Hörmann, and N. Fohrer, 2009: Hydrologic comparison between a lowland catchment (Kielstau, Germany) and a mountainous catchment (XitaoXi, China) using KIDS model in PCRaster. Adv. Geosci. 21, 125–130.
  • Zhao, G. J., G. Hörmann, N. Fohrer, J. F. Gao, 2009: Impacts of spatial data resolution on simulated discharge, a case study of Xitiaoxi catchment in south China. Adv. Geosci. 21, 131–137.
  • Zhao, G.-J., G. Hörmann, N. Fohrer, J.F. Gao, J.-Q. Zhai, Z.X. Zhang, 2009: Spatial and temporal characteristics of wet spells on the Yangtze River Basin from 1961-2003. Theor. Appl. Cimatol., 98(1-2): 107-117.
  • Zhao, G.-J., G. Hörmann, N. Fohrer ·Z. X. Zhang, and J.-Q. Zhai, 2009: Streamflow Trends and Climate Variability Impacts in Poyang Lake Basin, China. Water Resour Management. DOI 10.1007/s11269-009-9465-7. Accepted 26.5.2009. Published online 5.6.2009.
  • Zeiger, M. and N. Fohrer, 2009: Impact of organic farming systems on runoff formation processes – A longterm sequential rainfall experiment. Soil & Tillage Research, 102, 45–54.



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2008
  • Bormann, H., N. Fohrer, M. Voltz and H. Bogena, (eds.) 2008: Recent developments in hydrological modelling towards sustainable catchment management. Ecological Modelling 209 (1):1-64. (ISI 1,888).
  • Döll, P., K. Berkhoff, H. Bormann, N. Fohrer, D. Gerten, S. Hagemann and M. Krol, 2008:Advances and visions in large-scale hydrological modelling: Findings from the 11th Workshop on Large-scale Hydrological Modelling. Adv. Geosci., 18: 51-61.
  • Fohrer, N., B. Schmalz, G. Hörmann, 2008: Suitability of the eco-hydrological model SWAT for the assessment of water balance and quality in rural catchments. Progress in Hydro Science & Engineering. 7:303-312.
  • Petersen, G., J.V. Sutcliffe and N. Fohrer (2008): Morphological analysis of the Sudd region using land survey and remote sensing data. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 33(11): 1709-1720. (ISI 1,784).
  • Petersen, G., H. Bast and N. Fohrer, 2008: Estimation of ungauged Bahr el Jebel flows based on upstream water levels and large scale spatial rainfall data. Adv. Geosci., 18:9-13.
  • Schmalz, B., F. Tavares and N. Fohrer (2008): Modelling hydrological lowland processes in mesoscale river basins with SWAT - Capabilities and challenges. Hydrological Science Journal, 53(5): 989-1000.
  • Schmalz, B., P. Springer and N. Fohrer (2008): Interactions between near-surface groundwater and surface water in a drained riparian wetland. Groundwater–Surface Water Interaction: Process Understanding, Conceptualization and Modelling (Proceedings of Symposium HS1002 at IUGG2007, Perugia, July 2007). IAHS Publ. 321: 21-29.
  • Schmalz, B., K. Bieger and N. Fohrer (2008): A method to assess instream water quality - the role of nitrogen entries in a North German lowland catchment. Adv. Geosci., 18:37-14.
  • Zeiger, M. and N. Fohrer, 2008: Impact of organic farming systems on runoff formation processes – A longterm sequential rainfall experiment. Soil & Tillage Research, accepted Sept. 2007, available online, Sept. 08. (ISI 1,128).
  • Zhang, X., G. Hörmann, and N. Fohrer, 2008: An investigation in the effects of model structure on model performance to reduce discharge simulation uncertainty in two different catchments. Adv. Geosci., 18: 31-35.
 
2007
  • Griensven, A. N. Fohrer, C. McCulloch, (eds.) (2007): Griensven, A. N. Fohrer, C. McCulloch, (eds.) (2007): Integrating methods for water resources management, J. Water Resources Management. 21(12): 1991-2082. Published online 27. Oct. 2007. (ISI=0,614)
  • Hörmann, G., X. Zhang and N. Fohrer (2007): Comparison of a simple and a spatially distributed hydrologic model for the simulation of a lowland catchment in Northern Germany. Ecological Modelling, 209 (1): 21-28. (ISI 1,88).
  • Petersen, G., J.A. Abeya and N. Fohrer (2007): Spatio-temporal water body and vegetation change in the Nile swamps of southern Sudan. Adv. Geosci., 11, 113–116.
  • Schmalz, B., F. Tavares & N. Fohrer (2007): Assessment of nutrient entry pathways and dominating hydrological processes in lowland catchments. Adv. Geosci. 11, 107-112.
 
2006
  • Fohrer, N., H. Bormann, M. Voltz and Bouraoui, F. (eds.) (2006): Assessing water quality on catchment scale. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 31(17): 1003-1096. (ISI 0,993).

2005
  • Arnold, J.G and N. Fohrer (2005): SWAT2000: Current Capabilities and Research Opportunities in Applied Watershed Modeling. Hydrological Processes. 19(3): 563-572.
  • Eckhardt, K., N. Fohrer and H.-G. Frede (2005): Automatic model calibration. Hydrological Processes, 19(3): 651-658.
  • Fohrer, N. and J. Arnold (Eds.) (2005): Regional Assessment of Climate and Management Impacts Using the SWAT Hydrological Model. Hydrological Processes 19(3): 563-859.
  • Fohrer, N., H. Andrieu and M. Voltz (Eds.) (2005): Advances in sustainable river basin management. Ecological Modelling. 187(1):1-98.
  • Fohrer, N., H. Bormann, M. Voltz and M. Wegehenkel (Eds.) (2005): Assessment of anthropogenic impacts on water quality. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 30(8-10): 471-621.
  • Fohrer, N., S. Haverkamp and H.-G. Frede (2005): Assessment of the effects of land use patterns on hydrologic landscape functions. - Development of sustainable land use concepts for low mountain range areas. Hydrol. Proc., 19(3): 659-672.
  • Haverkamp, S., N. Fohrer and H.-G. Frede (2005): Assessment of long-term effects of land use patterns on hydrologic landscape functions. - A comprehensive GIS-based tool to minimize model uncertainty resulting from spatial aggregation. Hydr. Proc., 715-727.
  • Hörmann, G., A. Horn and N. Fohrer (2005): The evaluation of land use options in mesoscale catchments – prospects and limitations of eco-hydrological models. Ecological Modelling, 187( 1): 3-14.
  • Horn, A.L., G. Hörmann, and N. Fohrer (2005): Application of a virtual watershed in academic education. Advances in Geosciences, 5: 137-141.
  • Lenhart, T., A. Van Rompaey, A. Steegen, N. Fohrer, H.-G. Frede and G. Govers (2005): Considering spatial distribution and deposition of sediment in lumped and semi-distributed models. Hydr. Proc., 19(3): 785-794.

2004
  • Fohrer, N., H. Andrieu and M. Voltz (Eds.) (2004): Anthropogenic Impacts on Catchment Processes. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 29(11-12): 725-847.
  • Horn, A.L., Rueda, F.J., Hörmann, G. und Fohrer, N. (2004): Implementing river water quality modelling issues in mesoscale watershed models for water policy demands - an overview on current concepts, deficits, and future tasks. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Bd. 29 (2004), 11-12, S. 725-738

2003
  • Fohrer N., Thielen, J. und de Roo, A. (Hrsg.) (2003): Recent Developments in River Basin Research and Management. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 28(33-36):1279-1387.
  • Horn, A.L., Düring, R.-A. und Gäth, S. (2003): Comparison of decision support systems for an optimised application of compost and sewage sludge on agricultural land based on heavy metal accumulation in soil. Sci. Total Environ. 311: 35-48.
  • Horn, A.L., Düring, R.-A. und Gäth, S. (2003): Sorption of Cd in soils: Pedotransfer functions for the parameters of the Freundlich sorption isotherm. Water Air Soil Poll. Focus, im Druck.
  • Jöckel, C., Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2003): Computer-assisted mapping of soil surface roughness - a short report. J Plant Nutrition Soil Sci., J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci., 166: 124-125.
  • Lenhart, T., Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2003): Effects of land use change on nutrient balance in mesoscale catchments. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 28(33-36): 1301-1309.
  • Schmalz, B., Lennartz, B. & van Genuchten, M.Th. (2003): Analysis of un-saturated water flow in a large sand tank. Soil Sci. 168(I): 3-14.

2002
  • Eckhardt, K., Haverkamp, S., Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2002): SWAT-G a version of SWAT99.2 Modified for Application to Low Mountain Range Catchments. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth. 27 (9-10): 641-644.
  • Fohrer, N., Möller, D. und Steiner, N. (2002): An interdisciplinary modelling approach to evaluate the effects of land use change. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 27 (9-10): 655-662.
  • Fohrer, N., Müller-Wohlfeil, D. und De Roo, A. (Hrsg.) (2002): River basin research and management: Influence of land cover, land use and soil surface conditions on hydrological processes and water balance of catchments. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part B: Vol. 27 (9-10): 617-718.
  • Frede, H.-G., Bach, M., Fohrer, N., Möller, D. und Steiner, N. (2002): Multifunktionalität der Landschaft - Methoden und Modelle. Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen, 146 / 6, 58-63.
  • Frede, H.-G., Bach, M., Fohrer, N. und Breuer, L. (2002): Interdisciplinary Modelling and the Significance of Soil Functions. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci., 165: 460-467.
  • Friedrich, C., Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2002): Quantification of soil properties based on external information by means of fuzzy-set theory. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci., 165: 511-516.
  • Lenhart, T., Eckhardt, K., Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2002): Comparison of two different approaches of sensitivity analysis. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth. 27 (9-10): 645-654.
  • Schmalz, B., Lennartz, B. & Wachsmuth, D. (2002): Analyses of soil water content variations and GPR attribute distributions. J. Hydrol. 267: 217-226.

2001
  • Fohrer, N., Eckhardt, K., Haverkamp, S. und Frede, H.-G. (2001): Applying the SWAT model as decision supporting tool for land use concepts in peripheral regions in Germany. 994 -999. In: Stott, D.E., Mohtar, R.H., und Steinhardt, G.C. (eds): Sustaining the Global Farm - Selected papers from the 10th International Soil Conservation Organization Meeting, May 24-29, 1999, West Lafayette, IN. International Soil Conservation Organization in cooperation with the USDA and Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. http://topsoil.nserl.purdue.edu/nserlweb/isco99/pdf/isco99pdf.htm
  • Fohrer, N., Haverkamp, S., Eckhardt, K. und Frede, H.-G. (2001): Hydrologic response to land use changes on the catchment scale. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth. Part B: Hydrology, Oceans and Atmosphere. 26 (7-8): 577-582.
  • Hörmann, G. und Chmielewski, F.-R. (2001): Consequences for agriculture and forestry. In: Lozan, J.L., Grassl, H., Hupfer (Hrsg.) Climate of the 21st Century, Reihe Wissenschaftliche Auswertungen. ISBN 3-00-002925-7, aktualisierte und übersetzte Ausgabe, S. 322-330.
  • Weber, A., Fohrer, N. und Möller, D. (2001): Longterm changes of land use in a mesoscale watershed due to socio-economic factors - effects on landscape functions. Ecological Modelling, 140 (1-2): 125-140.

1999
  • Fohrer, N., Berkenhagen, J., Hecker, J.-M. und Rudolph, A. (1999): Changing Soil and Surface Conditions During Rainfall -Single Rainstorm /Subsequent Rainstorms. Catena, 37 (3-4): 355-375.
  • Möller, D., Fohrer, N. und Weber, A. (1999): Methodological Aspects of Integrated Modelling in Land Use Planning. European Federation for Information Technology in Agriculture, Food and the Environment EFITA Sep. 27-30, 1999, Bonn, Germany. In: Schiefer, G., Helbig, R. Rickert, U. (eds.): Perspectives of modern information and communication systems in agriculture, food production and environmental control. Vol. A: 109-118.

1998
  • Herbst, M. und Hörmann, G. (1998): Predicting the effects of increasing temperatures on the water budget of a beech forest. Climatic Change 40: 683-698.

1997
  • Beniston, M., Tol, R., Delecolle, R., Hörmann. G., Iglesias, A., Innes, J., Kovacs, S., Leemans, R., McMichael, P., Martens, P., Nemesova, I., Nicholls, R., Stoijc, Z. und Toth, F. (1997): Regional Impacts of climate change - Europe. IPCC Special Report, Cambridge University Press 1997.

1995
  • Hörmann, G.; Branding, A.; Clemen, T.; Herbst, M.; Hinrich, A. und Thamm, F. (1995): Calculation and simulation of wind controlled canopy interception of a beech forest in Northern Germany. - Agric. For. Meteorol., 79: 131-148.

1994
  • Hörmann, G. und Müller, F. (1994): Biogeochemical cycles and ecosystem research. in: The integrated monitoring of the environment in Poland. - Biliotheka monitoringu srodowiska, Warszawa, 25-43.

1987
  • Widmoser, P. und Hörmann, G. (1987): Drainage criteria for heavy soils under irrigation. Proc. Third Intern. Workshop on Land Drainage,1987 F-123-129.

Book chapter

2010

  • VOLK, M., FOHRER, N., SCHMALZ, B. & ULLRICH (2011): Application of the SWAT model for ecohydrological modelling in Germany. In: SHUKLA, M. (ed.): Soil Hydrology, Land Use and Agriculture. Chapter 7. CABI, pp. 176-195. ISBN: 978-1-84593-797-3.
  • LENNARTZ, B., SCHMALZ, B., WACHSMUTH, D. & STOFFREGEN, H. (2008): Assessing spatial and temporal soil water content variations with GPR. Chapter 25. Handbook of Agricultural Geophysics. CRC Press. 323-335.

 

PhD Theses

 
  • Marcelo Haas (2016) Nitrate processes investigation for improved ecohydrological modeling at the catchment scale.
  • Alexander Strehmel (2016) Assessing the impact of land use change on hydrology and sediment yield and diffuse phosphorus inputs in three Chinese catchments using SWAT.
  • Matthias Pfannerstill (2015) A guideline for hydrologically consistent models.
  • Jens Kiesel (2014) Ecohydrologic and hydraulic stream modelling to describe aquatic habitats.
  • Cristiano Pott (2014)  Integrated monitoring, assessment and modeling of nitrogen and phosphorus pollution in a lowland catchment in Germany - A study of water quality along the time.
  • Song Song (2014) Assessment of flow and sediment transport in rivers and on floodplains ecosystem based on hydraulic modeling.
  • Katrin Bieger (2013) Analyse der Bedeutsamkeit diffusen Stoffeintrags im Einzugsgebiet des Drei-Schluchten-Staudamms mit Hilfe des Modells SWAT - Auswirkungen des Landnutzungswandels auf Wassermenge und -qualität.
  • Xiaoyong Zhang (2012): Analyses and quantification of modelling uncertainties in streamflow simulations with applications to two catchments: the small lowland Kielstau basin in Germany and the mesoscale mountainous XitaoXi basin in China. Dissertation Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel.
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  • Naicheng Wu (2012): Development and testing of a phytoplankton index of biotic integrity (P-IBI) to assess the ecological conditions of German lowland rivers, Kiel. (Download PDF)
  • Quang Dung Lam (2011): Water quality assessment and management of lowland river catchment, Kiel. (Download PDF)
  • ULRICH U. (2011): Environmental behaviour of selected herbicides in a lowland catchment in Northern Germany; Relevance of inputs via surface runoff and drainage systems into surface water, Kiel 2011. (Download PDF)
  • ZHAO, G. (2011): Development and application of a non-point sources pollution model for hydrological processes and nutrient loadings in the Xitiaoxi catchment in south China, Kiel 2011. (Download PDF)
  • PETERSEN, G.  (2008): The hydrology of the Sudd : hydrologic investigation and evaluation of water balances in the Sudd swamps of southern Sudan. Kiel 2008. (Download PDF)
  • ZEIGER, M. (2008): Assessment of dynamic biotic and abiotic processes at the soil surface affected by different management systems. Kiel 2008. (Download PDF)
 

Further Publications and Conference Activities

2009
  • Fohrer, N., Kiesel, J., Schmalz, B. & Hörmann, G. (2009): Ressource Wasser – nachhaltiges Wassermanagement. Wieviel Wasser braucht die Umwelt? Schriftenreihe der Agrar- und Ernährungswissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Universität Kiel, H. 114: 135-140.
  • Hörmann, G., Schmalz, B. & Fohrer, N. (2009): Teaching hydrological modelling as a subsidiary subject. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 11, EGU2009-7178, EGU General Assembly 2009. 1 p.
  • Kiesel, J., Fohrer, N., Schmalz, B. & Hering, D. (2009): Adapting SWAT to a lowland catchment and using model results for ecohydrological assessments. SWAT 2009, 5th international SWAT conference, 05.-07.08.2009, Boulder Colorado. Book of Abstracts. P. 47.
  • Lam, Q.D., Schmalz, B. & Fohrer, N.: Assessing the impact of point and diffuse sources pollution on nitrate load in a rural lowland catchment using the SWAT model. SWAT 2009, 5th international SWAT conference, 05.-07.08.2009, Boulder Colorado. Book of Abstracts. P. 81.
  • Lam, Q.D., Schmalz, B., Fohrer, N. (2009): Integration of point sources to model nitrate loads in a rural lowland catchment. In: Fohrer, N., Schmalz, B., Hörmann, G., Bieger, K. (Hrsg.): Hydrologische Systeme im Wandel. Forum für Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung, Heft 26.09, Hennef.
  • Wu, N., Schmalz, B. & Fohrer, N. (2009): Spatial distribution of phytoplankton in the Kielstau catchment. In: Fohrer, N., Schmalz, B., Hörmann, G., Bieger, K. (Hrsg.): Hydrologische Systeme im Wandel. Forum für Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung, Heft 26.09, Hennef
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2008
  • Conrad, Y. and N. Fohrer, 2008: Modelling of water and nitrate dynamics in sandy soils in consideration of forage cropping systems – integration of dynamic plant growth for grassland and maize in a soil – plant – atmosphere – transfer model. EUROSOIL 2008, Vienna.
  • Conrad, Y., G. Hörmann, N. Fohrer, 2008: Modeling of nitrogen dynamics in sandy soils under grassland in northern Germany. Geophysical Abstracts. EGU 2008 13-18. April, Vienna
  • Kiesel, J., N. Fohrer, G. Hörmann, 2008: Sinks in the DEM - useful for hydrologic modeling? Geophysical Abstracts. EGU 2008 13-18. April, Vienna.
  • Lam, Q.D., Schmalz, B. & Fohrer, N. (2008): Ecohydrological modelling of the hydrology of a North German lowland catchment. 12. Workshop Großskalige Hydrologische Modellierung, 12.-14.11.2008 Salzau.
  • Liu, H., G. Hörmann, J. Kiesel, N. Fohrer (2008) Comparison of algorithms on calculating L factor for soil loss in the lowland. 12. Workshop Großskalige Hydrologische Modellierung, 12.-14.11.2008 Salzau.
  • Nerger, R., Fohrer, N. & Cordsen, E., 2008: Soil monitoring in the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein (Northern Germany). EUROSOIL 2008, Vienna.
  • Mulungu, D.M.M., Mtalo, F.W., Mkhandi, S.H., Fohrer, N. and Schmalz, B. (2008). Characterisation andmonitoring of agricultural droughts in Simiyu River catchment, Tanzania. A paper presented at the 9th WaterNet/WARFSA/GWP-SA Symposium, Johannesburg South Africa 29 - 30 October, 2008.
  • Mulungu, D.M.M., Fohrer, N. & Schmalz, B. (2008): Development of a framework for assessment and management of agricultural droughts in Simiyu River catchment, Tanzania. Workshop der Kommissionen I, VI und VIII und AG Bodenerosion der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft (DBG) ‚Wasser- und Stoffflüsse in der Landschaft – Messung und Modellierung zum Schutz von Boden und Wasser’. 29./30.05.2008 Kiel.
  • Petersen, G. (2008) The Sudd swamp hydrology - An assessment of the water balances and hydrodynamics in the Nile swamps of Southern Sudan. 12. Workshop Großskalige Hydrologische Modellierung, 12.-14.11.2008 Salzau.
  • Schmalz, B., K. Bieger, A. Grudzinski, N. Fohrer and G. Hörmann, 2008: Water quality monitoring in a lowland river catchment- joint analysis of the stream, its tributaries and connected eutrophic lakes. Geophysical Abstracts. EGU 2008 13-18. April, Vienna
  • Zhang, X., G. Hörmann and N. Fohrer, 2008: Parameter calibration and uncertainty estimation of a simple rainfall-runoff model in two case studies. Geophysical Abstracts. EGU 2008 13-18. April, Vienna
  • Zhang, X., G. Hörmann, J. Gao, N. Fohrer (2008) Assessing the modelling uncertainty in a simple rainfall-runoff model using a sequential uncertainty fitting scheme. 12. Workshop Großskalige Hydrologische Modellierung, 12.-14.11.2008 Salzau.
  • Zhao, G., G. Hörmann, N. Fohrer, J. Gao (2008) Applying two different methods for determining the flow direction in catchment hydrological modelling. 12. Workshop Großskalige Hydrologische Modellierung, 12.-14.11.2008 Salzau.
  • Zhao, G., G. Hörmann, N. Fohrer, 2008: Estimating impacts of land use changes on hydrological processes, a case study in the Xitiaoxi watershed, China. DBG-Tagung Kiel. 29/30. Mai 2008. Posterbeitrag.
 
2007
  • Conrad, Y., B. Schmalz und N. Fohrer, 2007: Modelling of nitrogen dynamics in the vadose zone under agricultural soils: application of a process-based model. Geophysical Abstracts. EGU 2007, 16-20. April, Vienna
  • Petersen, G., N.Fohrer, 2007: Hindcasting of torrential runoff data and generating missing flow components from remote sensing sources. Workshop "Fortschritt und Visionen in der großskaligen hydrologischen Modellierung", 30.-31.10.2007, Frankfurt.
  • Schmalz, B. and Fohrer, N. (2007): Assessment of nutrient entry pathways as basis for ecohydrological modelling. Sino-German Workshop Conceptual and integrated modelling in climate-system, geo-ecosystem and watershed management. Beijing/China 18.-21.06.2007. Abstract. p. 55.
  • Schmalz, B. and N. Fohrer, 2007: Soil in the landscape perspective: Effect of land use and soil management on water quality in a rural catchment. 5th international congress of the ESSC, Palermo, 25.-30th June 2007
  • Schmalz, B. and N. Fohrer, 2007: Assessment of nutrient sources and entry pathways in lowland river catchments. Geophysical Abstracts. EGU 2007, 16-20. April, Vienna
  • Schmalz, B., N. Fohrer, and P. Springer, 2007: Interaction between near surface groundwater and water in drain ditches in lowland areas. XXIVth IUGG General Assembly: Freshwater: Ever Changing and Yet a Cause for Change” July 2nd -13th 2007, Perugia, Italy
  • Schmalz B., Hagrey S. A. al, Werban U., Meissner R., Rabbel W., Ismael A., 2007: The „GeoModel“ at Kiel University - A full scale model for hydrogeophysical studies of soil structures and processes. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft, 3-7. Sept. 07, Dresden.
  • Tavares, F., G. Hörmann, N. Fohrer, 2007: Modelling soil water fluxes: Comparison of the soil-plant-atmosphere CoupModel with the SIMPEL soil water spreadheets. 11. Workshop Modellierung und Simulation von Ökosystemen, Gesellschaft für Informatik 31.10.2007 – 02.11.2007, Kölpinsee, Usedom, Germany.
  • Zeiger, M. and N. Fohrer, 2007: Biotic parameters in the soil rhizosphere under organic and conventional farming – A long-term continuous assessment of soil quality indicators. 5th international congress of the ESSC, Palermo, 25.-30th June 2007
  • Zhang, Y., Hörmann, G. and Schmalz, B. (2007): Effects of model and data complexity on the results for discharge simulation. EGU General Assembly 2007, 16.-20.04.2007, Vienna. Geophysical Abstracts.
  • Zhang, X., G. Hörmann and N. Fohrer, 2007: The effects of different model complexity on the quality of discharge simulation for a lowland catchment in Northern Germany. Tag der Hydrologie, 22. März 2007, Rostock.

2006
  • Deunert, F. and N. Fohrer (2006): Influence of organic farming on water quality: Measurement and modelling. ISTRO August 28th – Sept. 3rd 2006. Kiel, Germany.
  • Deunert, F. and N. Fohrer (2006): Assessment of the influence of organic farming on water quality by measuring and modelling drainage water quality. IUSS, July 9-15, 2006 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
  • Deunert, F. and N. Fohrer (2006): Impact of crop rotations on water retention in agricultural areas. EGU 2006, 02-07. April, Vienna.
  • Fohrer, N., (ed.) 2006: The experimental farm Lindhof and the geomorphology of the surrounding landscape. Excursion guide, International Soil & Tillage Organisation, 17th Triennial Conference Aug. 28th –Sept. 3rd, Kiel, Germany. 19p.
  • Fohrer, N., G. Hörmann, and B. Schmalz, 2006: The impact of land use change on catchment scale – an interdisciplinary modelling approach. Abstract. Sino-German Workshop on Environmental Impacts of Large-scale Hydraulic Engineering, Xingshan, China. 01.-07.03.2006.
  • Hörmann, G., Y. Zhang, and N. Fohrer (2006): Comparison of a simple and a spatially distributed hydrological model for the runoff simulation of a lowland catchment in northern Germany. EGU 2006, 02-07. April, Vienna.
  • Petersen, G., J.V. Sutcliffe, N. Fohrer, 2006: Numerical Modelling of Water Balances and Hydrodynamics in the Nile Swamps of Southern Sudan. 10. Workshop Großskalige Modellierung in der Hydrologie, Potsdam, November 2006.
  • Schmalz, B. N. Fohrer, I. Emadodin, A. Groß-Wittke, D. Hirsch Soares, J. Knaack, F. Lohmann, O. Schmitz, M. Sowul, F.Tavares, U.Ulrich, X.Y. Zhang, 2006: Integrated Management of River Basins -Master Course Environmental Management 2006: IALE-D Jahrestagung 2006, 28.9.-30.9.06
  • Schmalz, B., N. Fohrer, P. Springer and F. Tavares (2006): A nested approach for the assessment of water balance and quality in a mesoscale lowland catchment. IALE-D Jahrestagung 2006, 28.9.-30.9.06
  • Schmalz, B., N. Fohrer, P. Springer and F. Tavares (2006): A nested approach for the assessment of water balance and quality in a mesoscale watershed. Sino-German Workshop on Environmental Impacts of Large-scale Hydraulic Engineering, 28th Feb. – 7th March, 2006 Xingshan, P.R. China.
  • Zeiger, M., and N. Fohrer (2006): Dynamic of the soil enzymes ß-glucosidase and acid-phosphatase affected by different agricultural management systems. ISTRO August 28th – Sept. 3rd 2006. Kiel, Germany. 6 p.
  • Zeiger, M., and N. Fohrer, 2006: Evaluation of dynamic biotic and abiotic processes at the soil surface affected by different agricultural management systems. ISTRO August 28th – Sept. 3rd 2006. Kiel, Germany.
  • Zeiger, M., and N. Fohrer, 2006: Evaluation of dynamic biotic and abiotic processes at the soil surface affected by different agricultural management systems. IUSS, July 9-15, 2006 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

2005
  • Deunert, F. and N. Fohrer (2005): Measuring and Modelling Drainage Water Quality under Conditions of organic Farming. EGU 2005, 24-29. April, Vienna.
  • Horn, A. G. Hörmann, F.J. Rueda, N. Fohrer (2005): The capability of mesoscale watershed models to deal with river water quality modelling issues –an assessment. Multifunctionality of Landscapes - Analysis, Evaluation, and Decision Support International Conference, May 18 - 19, 2005 Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Germany
  • Horn, A.L., M. Zeiger, and N. Fohrer, (2005): Experimental Approaches for Investigating the Relationship between Soil Microbial Activity and Soil Surface Sealing. EGU 2005, 24-29. April, Vienna.
  • Rehder, S. & Schmalz, B. (2005): The Influence of Regional Parameters on Groundwater Geochemistry – a GIS Approach. Extended Abstract. “GIS and Spatial Analysis” 2005 Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology (IAMG). Toronto, Canada August 21-26, 2005. 4 p.

2004
  • Horn, A.L., Schwarz, H. und Fohrer, N. (2004): Investigation of the relationship between soil enzyme activities and soil hydraulic properties in dependence of agricultural management. Eurosoil 2004.
  • Schmalz, B., Baumann, J., Rehder, S., Tallig, A. & Kringel, R. (2003): Ground water quality in the Weser-River catchment area. In: Röhling, H.-G. & Steinbach, V. [Eds.]: MAEGS 13: Geoscience and the European Water Frame-work Directive, 10. - 13.09.2003 in Hannover; 13th Meeting of the Association of Eu-ropean Geological Societies and Raw Material Symposium of the Hannover Geocen-ter. Abstracts and Extended Papers. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft 28. DGG. Hannover. S. 104-107.
  • Fohrer, N., Haverkamp, S., Eckhardt, K. und Frede, H.-G. (2002): Policy induced land use changes and its effect on land degradation -A modelling approach -in: Rubio, J.L, Morgan, R.P.C., Asins, S. und Andreu, V. (eds): Man and Soil at the Third Millenium. Geoforma Ediciones, Logrono, 2002, Vol. 1: 257-265.
  • Fohrer, N., Lenhart, T., Eckhardt, K. und Frede, H.-G. (2002): Transfer relations between landscape functions - the hydrological point of view. EGS, 21.-26. April 2002, Nice.
  • Fohrer, N., Möller, D. und Steiner, N. (2002): Multidisciplinary trade-off functions for land use options in low mountain range areas. A modelling approach. Schmidt, G.H. (ed): Water Resources and Environment Research, ICWRER, 2002. Proc. third international conference on water resources and environment research. Dresden, Germany July, 22-25th , 1: 387-391.
  • Horn, A., Düring, R.-A. und Gäth, S. (2002): Parameterisation and validation of general purpose Freundlich isotherms for sorption of cadmium in soil. Book of Conference Abstracts, BIOGEOMON, 4th International Symposium on Ecosystem Behaviour, Reading (UK), August 2002 (Konferenzbeitrag).
  • Jöckel, Ch., Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2002): Is soil surface sealing random?-Spatial and temporal patterns of crusting on a field scale- Soil Erosion Patterns: Evolution, Spatio-Temporal Dynamics and Connectivity. Müncheberg, Germany 10th - 12th October 2002.
  • Lenhart, T., Van Rompaey, A., Steegen, A., Fohrer, N., Frede, H.-G. und Govers G. (2002): A simple approach to consider spatial distribution and deposition of sediment in lumped and semi-distributed models. EGS, 21-26. April 2002, Nice.
  • Eckhardt, K., Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2001): Distributed modelling of hydrological processes with SWAT. EGS, 25-30. March 2001, Nice.
  • Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2001): An integrated modelling approach to sustainable land use concepts in a low mountain range area. 17th World Congress of Soil Science, 14.-21.8.2001, Bangkok.
  • Fohrer, N., Haverkamp, S., Eckhardt, K. und Frede, H.-G. (2001): Assessment of the long-term effect of land use patterns on hydrologic landscape functions. EGS, 25-30. March 2001, Nice.
  • Fohrer, N., Möller, D. und Frede, H.-G. (2001): An interdisciplinary modeling approach for the development of soil and water conservation strategies. ZALF-publication series, 47: 173-178.
  • Frede, H.-G., Zillgens, B. und Fohrer, N. (2001): Simulation of Runoff Reduction and Nutrient Retention in Riparian Buffer Strips. 17th World Congress of Soil Science, 14.-21.8.2001, Bangkok.
  • Jöckel, Ch., Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2001b): Spatial variability of aggregate stability on a field scale. Intern. Symp.. The significance of soil surface characteristics in soil erosion, 20th - 22th September 2001, University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France.
  • Jöckel, Ch., Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2001c): Investigations of the susceptibility to surface sealing on a field scale. Intern. Symp.. The significance of soil surface characteristics in soil erosion, 20th - 22th September 2001, University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France.
  • Eckhardt, K., Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2000): Automatic calibration of the hydrological model SWAT. EGS, 25-30. March 2000, Nice.
  • Fohrer, N., Haverkamp, S. und Frede, H.-G. (2000): Hydrologic response to policy induced land use changes in mesoscale watersheds. International Conference on Agricultural Effects on ground and Surface Waters, Wageningen, 1-5. October 2000.
  • Fohrer, N., Jöckel, Ch. und Frede, H.-G. (2000): Spatial variability of basic soil properties related to erosion on a conventionally tilled maize field. ISTRO 2000. 15th Conf. International Soil Tillage Research Organization, Fort Worth, Texas, USA. 2-7 July 2000.
  • Haverkamp, S., Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2000): The effect of spatial variability on hydrologic distributed modeling. Accuracy 2000. Wageningen, http://www.gis.wau.nl/Accuracy2000/abstracts/haverkamp_abs.htm
  • Jöckel, Ch., Fohrer, N. und Frede, H.-G. (2000): Spatial variability of aggregate stability on a field scale. First joint conference of SSSA and DBG: The role of soils in agro ecosystems. Osnabrück, 18.9 - 22.9.2000. Mitteilgn. Dtsch. Bodenkundl. Gesellsch., 93: 173-176.
  • Schmalz, B., Lennartz, B. & Wachsmuth, D. (2000): Evaluating heterogeneous distributions of the soil water content by GPR and hydrological modelling. Proceedings -extended abstracts- 6th Meeting Environmental and Engineering Geophysics (EEGS), Bochum 03.-07.09.2000. 4 p.
  • Schug, B., Gäth, S. und Horn, A. (2000): Regionalization of capacities of soils to cope with the utilization of organic wastes in agriculturally less intensive used areas. First Joint Congress of the Soil Science Society of America and the German Soil Science Society "The role of soils in agro-ecosystems", Osnabrück, September 2000 (Konferenzbeitrag).
  • Fohrer, N., Eckhardt, K., Haverkamp, S. und Frede, H.-G. (1999): A decision support tool for the development of land use concepts in peripheral regions. -The hydrological component-. EGS, 19. -23. April 1999, The Hague.
  • Fohrer, N., Eckhardt, K., Haverkamp, S. und Frede, H.-G. (1999): Effects of land use changes on water balance components. GCTE Conference, Reading, Sept. 20.-23.
  • Grube, A., Schmalz, B., Nachtigall, K.H. & Wichmann, K. (1999): Provisional results of investigations on groundwater salinization with emphasis on the region of Lübeck, Northern Germany. Proceedings SWIM (Salt Water Intrusion Meet-ing) 15, Ghent 1998. Natuurwet. Tijdschr. 79: 164-171.

1998
  • Fohrer, N., Mühlhoff, B. und Frede, H.-G. (1998a): Spatial and temporal variability of factors controlling the susceptibility to erosion on a sugar beet field plot. 16th World Congress of Soil Science, 19.-26.8., Montpellier.