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285 LANGE J., LEIBUNDGUT CH. (2003):
Surface runoff and sediment dynamics in arid and semi-arid regions

In: Understanding water in a dry environment (Ed. Ian Simmers), S. 115-150, AA Balkema Lisse Netherlands.

284 LANGE J., GREENBAUM N., HUSARY S., TIMMER J., LEIBUNDGUT CH., SCHICK A.P. (2003):
Tracers for runoff generation studies in a Mediterranean region: comparison of different scales
IAHS Publ. no 278, 117-123.

264 LANGE J., GREENBAUM N., HUSARY S., GHANEM M., LEIBUNDGUT CH., SCHICK A.P. (2003):
Runoff generation from successive simulated rainfalls on a rocky, semi-arid, Mediterranean hillslope
Hydrological Processes, Volume 17, Issue 2, 279-296.

240 LANGE J., LEIBUNDGUT CH., HUSARY S., NATIV R., HASSAN M., SCHICK A.P. (2001):
A field-based hydrological model to study the impacts of urbanization on regional water resources
Proceedings of a symposium held during the 6th IAHS Scientific Assembly, Maastricht July 2001. IAHS Publ. 269, 255-261.

237 LANGE J., LEIBUNDGUT CH., HUSARY S., HASSAN A.M., SCHICK A.P. (2001):
Non-calibrated models for the dry hydrologic regime - from the arid to the Mediterranean zone
Proceedings of the International Workshop on Runoff Generation and Implications for River Basin Modelling, 9-13 October 2000, Freiburger Schriften zur Hydrologie, Band 13, 199-205.

221 LANGE J., LEIBUNDGUT CH. (2000):
Non-calibrated arid zone rainfall-runoff modelling
In: Hassan M.A., Slaymaker O., Berkowicz S.M. (2000): The Hydrology-Geomorphology Interface. IAHS-Pub. No. 261, S. 45-52.

213 LANGE J., LEIBUNDGUT CH., SCHICK A.P. (2000):
The importance of single events in arid zone rainfall-runoff modelling
Phys. Chem. Earth (B), Vol. 25, No. 7-8, Elsevier Science Ltd., p.673-677.

193 LANGE J., LEIBUNDGUT CH., GREENBAUM N., SCHICK A.P. (1999):
A noncalibrated rainfall-runoff model for large, arid catchments
Water Resources Research, Vol. 35, No. 7, 2161-2172.

190 LANGE J., LEIBUNDGUT CH., SCHICK A. (1999):
Recent techniques in large arid catchments - ways to overcome model calibration
In: LEIBUNDGUT CH., MCDONNELL J. J., SCHULTZ G., 1999: Integrated Methods in Catchment Hydrology - Tracer, Remote Sensing and New Hydrometric Techniques. IAHS-Pub. No. 258, 231-239.

176 LANGE J., LEIBUNDGUT CH., GRODEK T., LEKACH J., SCHICK A. (1998):
Using artificial tracers to study water losses of ephemeral floods in small arid streams
IAHS Publ. No. 247, p.31-40.

171 LANGE J., LEIBUNDGUT CH., GREENBAUM N., SCHICK A. (1998):
Modelling high magnitude events in large arid catchments - a field based approach in Nahal Zin, Israel
IAHS Publ. No. 248, p.561-567.

148 LANGE J., LEIBUNDGUT CH., LECKACH J., GRODEK T., SCHICK A. P. (1996):
A study on infiltration characteristics of the channel alluvium in Nahal Yael using dye tracers
Proceedings of 3rd Israel Geomorphological Research Group, 21-23.3 1996, 86-87.

147 SCHICK A. P., LEKACH J., GRODEK T., LANGE J., LEIBUNDGUT CH. (1996):
An artificial flash flood in a small arid stream channel, Eilat Mountains, Israel
AGU Meeting, Nov. 12, 1996, Supplement to EOS 77, F259.

87 DECURTINS S., LEIBUNDGUT CH., WETZEL (1989):
Resources of River Water in Eastern Laikipia. River Water Potential and Water Supply in Eastern Laikipia (Kenya) for Small Scale Farming
Laikipia Report Nr.12. GIUB. Bern.

69 LEIBUNDGUT, CH. (1986):
The runoff regimes in the Mount Kenya area
Geographica Bernensia, African Studies A 1. Geographisches Institut der Universität Bern.

57 ATTINGER R., LEIBUNDGUT CH., NAEGELI R. (1986):
Feldstudienlager 1985 Peloponnes
Geographica Bernensia B7. Geographisches Institut der Universität Bern.

39 BINGGELI V., LEIBUNDGUT CH. (1984):
Kulturlandschaftswandel und Grundwasserprobleme in einem Bewässerungsgebiet des Mittellandes
Mitt. Naturforsch. Gesellschaft Bern N.F. 41. Band, Bern.

34 FELBER H. U., LEIBUNDGUT CH. (1982):
Hydrologie Grindelwald, Teilprojekt zum NFP 5A "MAB Grindelwald"
Schlussbericht Projekt 4.185, Bern.

 
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