David Windhorst
David Windhorst
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Afforestation or intense pasturing improve the ecological and economic value of abandoned tropical farmlands
T Knoke, J Bendix, P Pohle, U Hamer, P Hildebrandt, K Roos, A Gerique, ...
Nature communications 5, 2014
772014
Impact of elevation and weather patterns on the isotopic composition of precipitation in a tropical montane rainforest
D Windhorst, T Waltz, E Timbe, HG Frede, L Breuer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17, 409-419, 2013
742013
Compositional diversity of rehabilitated tropical lands supports multiple ecosystem services and buffers uncertainties
T Knoke, C Paul, P Hildebrandt, B Calvas, LM Castro, F Härtl, M Döllerer, ...
Nature communications 7, 2016
522016
Understanding uncertainties when inferring mean transit times of water trough tracer-based lumped-parameter models in Andean tropical montane cloud forest catchments
E Timbe, D Windhorst, P Crespo, HG Frede, J Feyen, L Breuer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18, 1503-1523, 2014
472014
Model intercomparison to explore catchment functioning: Results from a remote montane tropical rainforest
I Plesca, E Timbe, JF Exbrayat, D Windhorst, P Kraft, P Crespo, KB Vaché, ...
Ecological Modelling 239, 3-13, 2012
432012
Stable water isotope tracing through hydrological models for disentangling runoff generation processes at the hillslope scale
D Windhorst, P Kraft, E Timbe, HG Frede, L Breuer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions 11 (5), 5179-5216, 2014
342014
Addressing sources of uncertainty in runoff projections for a data scarce catchment in the Ecuadorian Andes
JF Exbrayat, W Buytaert, E Timbe, D Windhorst, L Breuer
Climatic Change, 1-15, 2014
222014
Continuous versus event‐based sampling: how many samples are required for deriving general hydrological understanding on Ecuador's páramo region?
A Correa, D Windhorst, P Crespo, R Célleri, J Feyen, L Breuer
Hydrological Processes 30 (22), 4059-4073, 2016
192016
Sampling frequency trade-offs in the assessment of mean transit times of tropical montane catchment waters under semi-steady-state conditions
E Timbe, D Windhorst, R Celleri, L Timbe, P Crespo, HG Frede, J Feyen, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 19 (3), 1153-1168, 2015
162015
Supporting, Regulating, and Provisioning Hydrological Services
L Breuer, D Windhorst, A Fries, W Wilcke
Ecosystem Services, Biodiversity and Environmental Change in a Tropical …, 2013
102013
Impacts of Local Land-Use Change on Climate and Hydrology
D Windhorst, B Silva, T Peters, H Meyer, B Thies, J Bendix, HG Frede, ...
Ecosystem Services, Biodiversity and Environmental Change in a Tropical …, 2013
42013
Where does the water come from, and when? Spatio-temporal analyses of the runoff generation processes in páramo catchments.
A Correa, C Silva, D Windhorst, P Crespo, R Celleri, J Feyen, L Breuer
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 18, 2342, 2016
12016
Understanding mean transit times in Andean tropical montane cloud forest catchments: combining tracer data, lumped parameter models and uncertainty analysis
E Timbe, D Windhorst, P Crespo, HG Frede, J Feyen, L Breuer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions 10, 15871-15914, 2013
12013
Global Climate Change Impacts on Local Climate and Hydrology
L Breuer, JF Exbrayat, I Plesca, W Buytaert, T Ehmann, T Peters, E Timbe, ...
Ecosystem Services, Biodiversity and Environmental Change in a Tropical …, 2013
12013
Characterising the hydrological response to climate change of a remote tropical mountainous catchment: a multi-model approach
JF Exbrayat, E Timbe, I Plesca, P Kraft, D Windhorst, K Trachte, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 14, 8227, 2012
12012
Cause effect chains on potential GMO cropping in Schleswig-Holstein
C Eschenbach, A Rinker, D Windhorst, W Windhorst
Implications of GM-crop cultivation at large spatial scales. Theorie in der …, 2008
12008
Impacts of dietary changes on global scale nitrogen losses to air and water
W de Vries, J Wei, H Kros, D Windhorst, L Breuer
2016
Inferring runoff generation processes through high resolution spatial and temporal UV-Vis absorbance measurements in a mountainous headwater catchment in Southern Ecuador
D Windhorst, S Schob, C Zang, P Crespo, L Breuer
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 17, 5022, 2015
2015
Combining Traditional Hydrometric Data, Isotope Tracers and Biophysical Landscape Characteristics to Improve the Understanding of Landscape Hydrology in the Humid Andes
G Mosquera, P Lazo, R Célleri, BP Wilcox, L Breuer, D Windhorst, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 1, 0790, 2014
2014
Sampling frequency trade-offs in the assessment of mean transit times of tropical montane catchment waters under semi-steady-state conditions
E Timbe, D Windhorst, R Celleri, L Timbe, P Crespo, HG Frede, J Feyen, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions 11 (11), 12443-12488, 2014
2014
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