Natalie Ceperley
Natalie Ceperley
Geography Institute, University of Bern
Verified email at giub.unibe.ch
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Ideas and perspectives: Tracing terrestrial ecosystem water fluxes using hydrogen and oxygen stable isotopes–challenges and opportunities from an interdisciplinary perspective
D Penna, L Hopp, F Scandellari, ST Allen, P Benettin, M Beyer, J Geris, ...
Biogeosciences 15 (21), 6399-6415, 2018
83*2018
Understanding snow hydrological processes through the lens of stable water isotopes
H Beria, JR Larsen, NC Ceperley, A Michelon, T Vennemann, B Schaefli
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 5 (6), e1311, 2018
492018
Significance of sacred sites for riparian forest conservation in Central Benin
N Ceperley, F Montagnini, A Natta
Bois et forêts des tropiques 303 (ARTICLE), 5-23, 2010
49*2010
Hydrology and density feedbacks control the ecology of intermediate hosts of schistosomiasis across habitats in seasonal climates
J Perez-Saez, T Mande, N Ceperley, E Bertuzzo, L Mari, M Gatto, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (23), 6427-6432, 2016
402016
A theoretical analysis of the geography of schistosomiasis in Burkina Faso highlights the roles of human mobility and water resources development in disease transmission
J Perez-Saez, L Mari, E Bertuzzo, R Casagrandi, SH Sokolow, GA De Leo, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 9 (10), e0004127, 2015
402015
Classification and prediction of river network ephemerality and its relevance for waterborne disease epidemiology
J Perez-Saez, T Mande, J Larsen, N Ceperley, A Rinaldo
Advances in Water Resources 110, 263-278, 2017
192017
Potential of satellite and reanalysis evaporation datasets for hydrological modelling under various model calibration strategies
M Dembélé, N Ceperley, SJ Zwart, E Salvadore, G Mariethoz, B Schaefli
Advances in Water Resources 143, 103667, 2020
162020
Suppressed convective rainfall by agricultural expansion in southeastern B urkina F aso
T Mande, NC Ceperley, GG Katul, SW Tyler, H Yacouba, MB Parlange
Water Resources Research 51 (7), 5521-5530, 2015
142015
Evaporation from cultivated and semi-wild Sudanian Savanna in west Africa
NC Ceperley, T Mande, N Giesen, S Tyler, H Yacouba, MB Parlange
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (8), 4149-4167, 2017
82017
Weather dataset from Vallon de Nant
A Michelon, B Schaefli, N Ceperley, H Beria
Switzerland, until July 545, 2017
82017
Salt gauging and stage-discharge curve, Avançon de Nant, outlet Vallon de Nant catchment
N Ceperley, A Michelon, N Escoffier, G Mayoraz, M Boix Canadell, ...
62018
Ecohydrology of a Mixed Savanna-Agricultural Catchment in South-East Burkina Faso, West Africa
NC Ceperley
EPFL, 2014
52014
Toward a new approach for hydrological modeling: A tool for sustainable development in a Savanna Agro-System
T Mande, N Ceperley, SV Weijs, A Repetti, MB Parlange
Technologies for Sustainable Development, 85-98, 2014
52014
HydroMix v1. 0: a new Bayesian mixing framework for attributing uncertain hydrological sources
H Beria, JR Larsen, A Michelon, NC Ceperley, B Schaefli
Geoscientific Model Development 13 (5), 2433-2450, 2020
42020
Environmental DNA simultaneously informs hydrological and biodiversity characterization of an Alpine catchment
E Mächler, A Salyani, JC Walser, A Larsen, B Schaefli, F Altermatt, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 2020
3*2020
Quantification of snowmelt processes in a high Alpine catchment from hydrographs, satellite images and stable water isotopes
A Michelon, N Ceperley, H Beria, J Larsen, B Schaefli
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 13901, 2018
32018
Seasonal snow cover decreases young water fractions in high Alpine catchments
N Ceperley, G Zuecco, H Beria, L Carturan, A Michelon, D Penna, ...
Hydrological processes 34 (25), 4794-4813, 2020
22020
On the value of high density rain gauge observations for small Alpine headwater catchments
A Michelon, L Benoit, H Beria, N Ceperley, B Schaefli
Hydrology and earth system sciences discussions, 1-31, 2020
22020
Assessment of Agroforestry Trees in Dry-land Savanna Supports Ecohydrologic Separation
N Ceperley, T Mande, N Van de Giesen, S Tyler, M Parlange
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EPSC2016-9793, 2016
22016
Application of soil moisture model to Marula (Sclerocarya birrea): Millet (Pennisetum glaucum) agroforestry system in Burkina Faso
N Ceperley, A Repetti, M Parlange
Technologies and Innovations for Development, 211-229, 2012
22012
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