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Snow and glacier melt contribution to the discharge of the river Rhine and its tributaries with regards to the changing climate
Effect of climatic change on groundwater and low flow
BioChance – Impacts of new land use types for bio-economy on the environment and water cycle – Potential and Risks
CAOS - Teilprojekt G "Hydrological Connectivity and its controls on hillslope and catchment scale stream flow generation"
CAOS - Teilprojekt D "Spatio-temporal dynamics of water storage, mixing and release"
DRIeR - Drought impacts, processes and resilience: making the invisible visible
DROUGHT-R&SPI:Fostering European Drought Research and Science-Policy Interfacing
The concept of near-natural water balances in urban water management - long-term impacts on groundwater recharge, evapotranspiration and runoff generation
DrIVER - Drought Impacts: Vulnerability and Early-warning Research
Low Flows and Stream Temperature: Towards an Integrated and Uncalibrated Model for Future Risk Assessment
Generation of a consistent data base to calculate heavy rain events for mapping risk by heavy rain event induced flash floods in the state of Baden-Württemberg
MUTReWa: Measures for a more sustainable use of pesticides and their transformation products in the Regional Water Management
Microbiological and chemical analysis of drinking water
MulDiScan - Multi-dimensional collection of environmental data for estimating geo risks and as basis for a sustainable use of complex habitats.
Phosphor I - Lateral transport of phosphorus along hillslopes and its relation with water age
Phosphor II - Phosphorus and water flux dynamics in runoff and plant uptake in forested headwaters
Phosphorus losses during simulated extreme precipitation on hillslopes
Pilot study on low flow management for Baden-Wuerttemberg
Project Study: Using RoGeR to validate surface runoff after high intensity rainfall during two events in June of 2015
TrenDHy (Tracing Trends and Change of Drought in Hydrosystems)
Validation of surface runoff following extreme precipitation events on hillslopes
WaSiG – Urban water balances: Concepts and tools for urban water management

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