The Special Issue in HSJ

A Special Issue was proposed in the Hydrological Sciences Journal in order to gather the works realised during the workshop. The Special Issue has been released in August 2015 (click here). Below is a list of all the articles from the Special Issue that have been accepted for this Special Issue and are available on the journal website.

 

Editorial:

Thirel G., V. Andréassian, C. Perrin, 2015. Editorial: On the need to test hydrological models under changing conditions. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1165-1173, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2015.1050027.

 

[1] Thirel G., V. Andréassian, C. Perrin, J.-N. Audouy, L. Berthet, P. Edwards, N. Folton, C. Furusho, A. Kuentz, J. Lerat, G. Lindström, E. Martin, T. Mathevet, R. Merz, J. Parajka, D. Ruelland, J. Vaze, 2015. Hydrology under change: an evaluation protocol to investigate how hydrological models deal with changing catchments. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1184-1199, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.967248

[2] Koutsoyiannis D., A. Montanari, 2015. Negligent killing of scientific concepts: the stationarity case. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1174-1183, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.959959

[3] Yu B., Z. Zhu, 2015. A comparative assessment of AWBM and SimHyd for forested watersheds. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1200-1212, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.961924

[4] Folton N., V. Andréassian, R. Duperray, 2015. Looking at the hydrological impact of forest-fire from two different perspectives: paired-catchment vs. rainfall-runoff modelling. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1213-1224, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2015.1035274.

[5] Semenova O., L. Lebedeva, N. Volkova, I. Korenev, M. Forkel, J. Eberle, M. Urban, 2015. Detecting immediate wildfire impact on runoff in a poorly-gauged mountainous permafrost basin. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1225-1241, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.959960

[6] Taver V., A. Johannet, V. Borrell-Estupina, S. Pistre, 2015. Feed-forward vs recurrent neural network models for non-stationarity modelling using data assimilation and adaptivity, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1242-1265, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.967696

[7] Gelfan A., Yu. Motovilov, I. Krylenko, V. Moreido, E. Zakharova, 2015. Testing robustness of the physically-based ECOMAG model with respect to changing conditions. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1266-1285, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.935780

[8] Hughes D. A, 2015. Simulating temporal variability in catchment response using a monthly rainfall-runoff model. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1286-1298, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.909598

[9] Osuch M., R. J. Romanowicz, M. J. Booij, 2015. The influence of parametric uncertainty on the relationships between HBV model parameters and climatic characteristics. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1299-1316, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.967694

[10] Li H., S. Beldring, C.-Y. Xu, 2015. Stability of model performance and parameter values on two catchments facing changes in climatic conditions. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1317-1330, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.978333

[11] Baahmed D., L. Oudin, M. Errih, 2015. Current runoff variations in the Macta catchment (Algeria): is climate the sole factor? Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1331-1339, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.975708

[12] Zhou Y., Y. Zhang, J. Vaze, P. Lane, S. Xu, 2015. Impact of bushfire and climate variability on streamflow from forested catchments in southeast Australia. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1340-1360, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.961923

[13] Tanaka T., Y. Tachikawa, 2015. Testing the applicability of a kinematic wave-based distributed hydrologic model in two climatically contrasting catchments. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1361-1373, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.967693

[14] Kling H., P. Stanzel, M. Fuchs, H.-P. Nachtnebel, 2015. Performance of the COSERO precipitation-runoff model under non-stationary conditions in basins with different climates. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1374-1393, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.959956

[15] Coron L., V. Andréassian, C. Perrin, N. Le Moine, 2015. Graphical tools based on Turc-Budyko plots to detect changes in catchment behaviour. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1394-1407, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.964245

[16] Magand C., A. Ducharne, N. Le Moine, P. Brigode, 2015. Parameter transferability under changing climate: case study with a land surface model in the Durance watershed, France, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1408-1423, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.993643

[17] Brigode P., E. Paquet, P. Bernardara, J. Gailhard, F. Garavaglia, P. Ribstein, F. Bourgin, C. Perrin, V. Andréassian, 2015. Dependence of model-based extreme flood estimation on the calibration period: the case study of the Kamp River (Austria), Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1424-1437, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2015.1006632

[18] Efstratiadis A., I. Nalbantis, D. Koutsoyiannis, 2015. Hydrological modelling of temporally-varying catchments: facets of change and the value of information. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:7-8, pages 1438-1461, DOI:10.1080/02626667.2014.982123