Christoph Langhans
Christoph Langhans
Aeres University of Applied Sciences
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Catchment-scale carbon redistribution and delivery by water erosion in an intensively cultivated area
Z Wang, G Govers, A Steegen, W Clymans, A Van den Putte, C Langhans, ...
Geomorphology 124 (1-2), 65-74, 2010
Predicting sediment delivery from debris flows after wildfire
P Nyman, HG Smith, CB Sherwin, C Langhans, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Geomorphology 250, 173-186, 2015
Estimating the parameters of the Green–Ampt infiltration equation from rainfall simulation data: Why simpler is better
A Van den Putte, G Govers, A Leys, C Langhans, W Clymans, J Diels
Journal of Hydrology 476, 332-344, 2013
Experimental rainfall–runoff data: Reconsidering the concept of infiltration capacity
C Langhans, G Govers, J Diels, A Leys, W Clymans, A Van den Putte, ...
Journal of Hydrology 399 (3-4), 255-262, 2011
Soil functioning and conservation tillage in the Belgian Loam Belt
A Van den Putte, G Govers, J Diels, C Langhans, W Clymans, ...
Soil and Tillage Research 122, 1-11, 2012
Phosphorus for Sustainable Development Goal target of doubling smallholder productivity
C Langhans, AHW Beusen, JM Mogollón, AF Bouwman
Nature Sustainability 5 (1), 57-63, 2022
A model for assessing water quality risk in catchments prone to wildfire
C Langhans, HG Smith, DMO Chong, P Nyman, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Journal of Hydrology 534, 407-426, 2016
Downscaling regional climate data to calculate the radiative index of dryness in complex terrain
P Nyman, CB Sherwin, C Langhans, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal 64 (2), 109-122, 2014
Post-fire hillslope debris flows: Evidence of a distinct erosion process
C Langhans, P Nyman, PJ Noske, RE Van der Sant, PNJ Lane, ...
Geomorphology 295, 55-75, 2017
Debris‐flow‐dominated sediment transport through a channel network after wildfire
P Nyman, WAC Box, JC Stout, GJ Sheridan, SD Keesstra, PNJ Lane, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 45 (5), 1155-1167, 2020
Dependence of effective hydraulic conductivity on rainfall intensity: loamy agricultural soils
C Langhans, G Govers, J Diels, W Clymans, A Van den Putte
Hydrological Processes 24 (16), 2257-2268, 2010
Is aridity a high-order control on the hydro–geomorphic response of burned landscapes?
GJ Sheridan, P Nyman, C Langhans, J Cawson, PJ Noske, A Oono, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 25 (3), 262-267, 2015
Concentrated flow erosion rates reduced through biological geotextiles
T Smets, J Poesen, C Langhans, A Knapen, MA Fullen
Earth surface processes and Landforms 34 (4), 493-502, 2009
Scale effects of runoff generation under reduced and conventional tillage
C Langhans, J Diels, W Clymans, A Van den Putte, G Govers
Catena 176, 1-13, 2019
The global potential for land restoration: Scenarios for the Global Land Outlook 2
S van der Esch, A Sewell, M Bakkenes, E Berkhout, JC Doelman, ...
The Hague, The Netherlands, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, 2022
Scale‐dependency of effective hydraulic conductivity on fire‐affected hillslopes
C Langhans, PNJ Lane, P Nyman, PJ Noske, JG Cawson, A Oono, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (7), 5041-5055, 2016
Development and parameterization of an infiltration model accounting for water depth and rainfall intensity
C Langhans, G Govers, J Diels
Hydrological Processes 27 (25), 3777-3790, 2013
Quantifying relations between surface runoff and aridity after wildfire
RE Van der Sant, P Nyman, PJ Noske, C Langhans, PNJ Lane, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 43 (10), 2033-2044, 2018
Probability and consequence of postfire erosion for treatability of water in an unfiltered supply system
P Nyman, P Yeates, C Langhans, PJ Noske, N Peleg, C Schärer, ...
Water Resources Research 57 (1), 2019WR026185, 2021
Modeling scale-dependent runoff generation in a small semi-arid watershed accounting for rainfall intensity and water depth
C Langhans, G Govers, J Diels, JJ Stone, MA Nearing
Advances in water resources 69, 65-78, 2014
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