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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Flood Hazard in Europe in an Ensemble of Regional Climate ScenariosDANKERS Rutger; FEYEN LucArticles in Journals
2012Fluvial Flood Risk in Europe in Present and Future ClimatesFEYEN Luc; DANKERS Rutger; BODIS Katalin; SALAMON Peter; BARREDO CANO Jose'Articles in Journals
2005Framework to Evaluate the Worth of Hydraulic Conductivity Data for Optimal Groundwater Resources Management in Ecologically Sensitive AreasFEYEN LUC; GORELICK StevenArticles in Journals
2007Future Changes in Flood Hazard in EuropeDANKERS Rutger; FEYEN LUC; CHRISTENSEN OLE; DE ROO ARIEContributions to Conferences
2009Impact of Global Warming on Streamflow Drought in EuropeFEYEN Luc; DANKERS RutgerArticles in Journals
2008Impacts of Europe's Changing Climate - 2008 Indicator Based AssessmentJOL André; ERHARD Markus; RAES Frank; VAN MINNEN Jelle; SWART Rob; SASTNY Pavel; VAN DINGENEN Rita; VOIGT Thomas; SANDER Gunnar; CHRISTIANSEN Trine, et alJRC Reference Reports
2009Implications of Global Warming and Urban Land Use Change on Flooding in EuropeFEYEN Luc; BARREDO CANO Jose'; DANKERS RutgerContributions to Conferences
2011Improving pan-European hydrological simulation of extreme events through statistical bias correction of RCM-driven climate simulationsROJAS MUJICA RODRIGO FELIPE; FEYEN Luc; DOSIO Alessandro; BAVERA DAVIDEArticles in Journals
2011Improving pan-European hydrological simulation of extreme events through statistical bias correction of RCM-driven climate simulationsROJAS MUJICA RODRIGO FELIPE; FEYEN Luc; DOSIO Alessandro; BAVERA DAVIDEArticles in Journals
2005Large Scale Groundwater ModellingFEYEN LUCEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010On the Value of Conditioning Data to Reduce Conceptual Model Uncertainty in Groundwater ModelingROJAS MUJICA RODRIGO FELIPE; FEYEN Luc; BATELAAN Okke; DASSARGUES AlainArticles in Journals
2006Pan European Assessment of Weather Driven Natural RisksLAVALLE CARLO; BARREDO CANO JOSE'; DE ROO ARIE; FEYEN LUC; NIEMEYER STEFAN; CAMIA ANDREA; HIEDERER ROLAND; BARBOSA FERREIRA PAULOContributions to Conferences
2007Parameter Optimisation and Uncertainty Assessment for Large-scale Streamflow Forecasting with the LISFLOOD ModelFEYEN LUC; VRUGT Jasper A.; BREANNDAN O Nuallain; VAN DER KNIJFF JOHANNES; DE ROO ARIEArticles in Journals
2011Physical and economic consequences of climate change in EuropeCISCAR MARTINEZ Juan Carlos; FEYEN Luc; IGLESIAS Ana; SZABO Laszlo; VAN REGEMORTER Denise; AMELUNG Bas; NICHOLLS Robert J.; WATKISS Paul; CHRISTENSEN Ole; DANKERS Rutger, et alArticles in Journals
2006Quantifying Geological Uncertainty for Flow and Transport Modeling in Multi-modal Heterogeneous FormationsFEYEN LUC; CAERS JefArticles in Journals
2006Semi-Distributed Calibration of a Rainfall-Runoff Model for the Morava Catchment Using Global OptimizationKALAS MILAN; FEYEN LUC; VRUGT Jasper A.Contributions to Conferences
2008Semi-Distributed Parameter Optimization and Uncertainty Assessment for Large-Scale Streamflow Simulation Using Global OptimizationFEYEN LUC; KALAS MILAN; VRUGT JASPER A.Articles in Journals
2009Sensitivity Analysis of Prior Model Probabilities and the Value of Prior Knowledge in the Assessment of Conceptual Model Uncertainty in Groundwater ModellingROJAS MUJICA RODRIGO FELIPE; FEYEN Luc; ALAIN DassarguesArticles in Journals
2008Will Europe See More Frequent and Severe River Flow Droughts in the Future?FEYEN LUC; DANKERS RUTGERContributions to Conferences
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