Tristan Jonas Brauchli
Tristan Jonas Brauchli
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StreamFlow 1.0: an extension to the spatially distributed snow model Alpine3D for hydrological modelling and deterministic stream temperature prediction
A Gallice, M Bavay, TJ Brauchli, F Comola, M Lehning, H Huwald
Geoscientific Model Development 9 (ARTICLE), 4491-4519, 2016
262016
Stream temperature and discharge evolution in Switzerland over the last 50 years: annual and seasonal behaviour
A Michel, T Brauchli, M Lehning, B Schaefli, H Huwald
Hydrology and earth system sciences 24 (1), 115-142, 2020
192020
Influence of Slope‐Scale Snowmelt on Catchment Response Simulated With the Alpine3D Model
T Brauchli, E Trujillo, H Huwald, M Lehning
Water Resources Research 53 (12), 10723-10739, 2017
192017
RS 2012, Rainfall-Runoff Modelling
F Jordan, T Brauchli, J Garcia Hernandez, M Bieri, JL Boillat
User guide. unpublished manual, e-dric. ch, Lausanne, 2012
42012
Efficient multi-objective calibration and uncertainty analysis of distributed snow simulations in rugged alpine terrain
JM Thornton, G Mariethoz, TJ Brauchli, P Brunner
The Cryosphere Discussions, 1-48, 2019
32019
Stream temperature evolution in Switzerland over the last 50 years
A Michel, T Brauchli, M Lehning, B Schaefli, H Huwald
Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss., https://doi. org/10.5194/hess-2019-366 …, 2019
22019
Estimating the precipitation in a high-alpine catchment combining local meteo stations and Swiss-wide meteo products
B Tristan, B Harsh, M Anthony, L Josh, S Bettina
Swiss Geoscience Meeting 2018, 2018
12018
The Dischma river mystery: why does my snow hydrological model not work here?
B Schaefli, N Ceperley, T Brauchli, M Lehning, T Jonas, M Zappa
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 18, 2016
12016
Stream Temperature Evolution in Switzerland: Recent past and future
A Michel, T Brauchli, N Wever, B Schaefli, M Lehning, H Huwald
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 16432, 2020
2020
The response of a headwater catchment to spatial rainfall patterns–a case study using a high density network of high temporal resolution rain gauges.
A Michelon, L Benoit, M Gravey, T Brauchli, H Beria, N Ceperley, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
The role of snow in the spatio-temporal dynamics of Alpine catchment water storage sources and supply.
J Larsen, A Michelon, H Beria, N Ceperley, T Brauchli, B Schaefli
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Quantifying the change in water temperature in Switzerland during the last 60 years.
T Brauchli, A Michel, H Huwald, B Schaefli
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Trends in Swiss river discharge and temperatures under climate change: observations and simulations
A Michel, TJ Brauchli, B Schaefli, H Huwald, M Lehning
2018
Influence of slope-scale snowmelt on hydrological response in a high-alpine catchment
T Brauchli, E Trujillo, H Huwald, M Lehning
EGUGA, 16252, 2018
2018
Small-scale spatio-temporal dynamics of snowmelt and its influence on runoff generation in a high Alpine catchment
TJ Brauchli
EPFL, 2018
2018
Low-cost sensors for distributed surface-atmosphere heat exchange monitoring–a novel component of citizen observatories
TJ Brauchli, SV Weijs, M Lehning, CW Higgins, H Huwald
Intl. Conference on Citizen Observatories for Water Management, 2016
2016
Snowmelt observations at the slope scale and implications for the catchment response using the Alpine3D model
TJ Brauchli, E Trujillo Gomez, H Huwald, M Lehning
14th Swiss Geoscience Meeting, 2016
2016
Sensing Technology for Citizen Observatories-The WeSenseIt Project
H Huwald, TJ Brauchli, SV Weijs
Intl. Conference on Citizen Observatories for Water Management, 2016
2016
Distributed Sensible Heat Flux Measurements for Wireless Sensor Networks
H Huwald, T Brauchli, M Lehning, CW Higgins
AGUFM 2015, A33B-0157, 2015
2015
Spatio-temporal Snowmelt Dynamics and Hydrological Response in an Alpine Catchment
T Brauchli, E Trujillo, H Huwald, M Lehning
AGUFM 2015, C44B-05, 2015
2015
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