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Transferring global uncertainty estimates from gauged to ungauged catchments. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 19(5):2535-2546.. 2015.
Towards robust methods to couple lumped rainfall–runoff models and hydraulic models: A sensitivity analysis on the Illinois River. Journal of Hydrology. 418-419:123-135.. 2012.
Seeking genericity in the selection of parameter sets: Impact on hydrological model efficiency. Water Resources Research. 50(10):8356-8366.. 2014.
A review of efficiency criteria suitable for evaluating low-flow simulations. Journal of Hydrology. 420-421:171-182.. 2012.
Neighbors: Nature’s own hydrological models. Journal of Hydrology. 414-415:49-58.. 2012.
Hydrological model parameter instability: A source of additional uncertainty in estimating the hydrological impacts of climate change? Journal of Hydrology. 476:410-425.. 2013.
How should a rainfall-runoff model be parameterized in an almost ungauged catchment? A methodology tested on 609 catchments Water Resources Research. 52(6):4765-4784.. 2016.
Graphical tools based on Turc-Budyko plots to detect changes in catchment behaviour. Hydrological Sciences Journal. 60(7-8):1394-1407.. 2015.
Do internal flow measurements improve the calibration of rainfall-runoff models? Water Resources Research. 48(2). 2012.
Dependence of model-based extreme flood estimation on the calibration period: case study of the Kamp River (Austria). Hydrological Sciences Journal. 60(7-8):1424-1437.. 2015.
All that glitters is not gold: the case of calibrating hydrological models. Hydrological Processes. 26(14):2206-2210.. 2012.