Wouter J. M. Knoben
Wouter J. M. Knoben
Senior Research Associate at University of Calgary
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Inherent benchmark or not? Comparing Nash–Sutcliffe and Kling–Gupta efficiency scores
WJM Knoben, JE Freer, RA Woods
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 23 (10), 4323-4331, 2019
Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective
G Blöschl, MFP Bierkens, A Chambel, C Cudennec, G Destouni, A Fiori, ...
Hydrological Sciences Journal 64 (10), 1141-1158, 2019
A Quantitative Hydrological Climate Classification Evaluated with Independent Streamflow Data
WJM Knoben, RA Woods, JE Freer
Water Resources Research 54 (7), 5088-5109, 2018
The abuse of popular performance metrics in hydrologic modeling
MP Clark, RM Vogel, JR Lamontagne, N Mizukami, WJM Knoben, G Tang, ...
Water Resources Research 57 (9), e2020WR029001, 2021
Modular Assessment of Rainfall–Runoff Models Toolbox (MARRMoT) v1. 2: an open-source, extendable framework providing implementations of 46 conceptual hydrologic models as …
WJM Knoben, JE Freer, KJA Fowler, MC Peel, RA Woods
Geoscientific Model Development 12 (6), 2463-2480, 2019
A brief analysis of conceptual model structure uncertainty using 36 models and 559 catchments
WJM Knoben, JE Freer, MC Peel, KJA Fowler, RA Woods
Water Resources Research 56, e2019WR025975, 2020
Many commonly used rainfall‐runoff models lack long, slow dynamics: Implications for runoff projections
K Fowler, W Knoben, M Peel, T Peterson, D Ryu, M Saft, KW Seo, ...
Water Resources Research 56 (5), e2019WR025286, 2020
How do climate and catchment attributes influence flood generating processes? A large‐sample study for 671 catchments across the contiguous USA
L Stein, MP Clark, WJM Knoben, F Pianosi, RA Woods
Water Resources Research 57 (4), e2020WR028300, 2021
DECIPHeR v1: dynamic fluxEs and connectivity for predictions of HydRology
G Coxon, J Freer, R Lane, T Dunne, WJM Knoben, NJK Howden, N Quinn, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 12 (6), 2285-2306, 2019
A global survey on the perceptions and impacts of gender inequality in the Earth and space sciences
AL Popp, SR Lutz, S Khatami, THM van Emmerik, WJM Knoben
Earth and Space Science 6 (8), 1460-1468, 2019
Global bimodal precipitation seasonality: A systematic overview
WJM Knoben, RA Woods, JE Freer
International Journal of Climatology 39 (1), 558-567, 2019
Flood spatial coherence, triggers, and performance in hydrological simulations: large-sample evaluation of four streamflow-calibrated models
MI Brunner, LA Melsen, AW Wood, O Rakovec, N Mizukami, WJM Knoben, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 25 (1), 105-119, 2021
Flexible vector-based spatial configurations in land models
S Gharari, MP Clark, N Mizukami, WJM Knoben, JS Wong, A Pietroniro
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 24 (12), 5953-5971, 2020
Community workflows to advance reproducibility in hydrologic modeling: Separating model‐agnostic and model‐specific configuration steps in applications of large‐domain …
WJM Knoben, MP Clark, J Bales, A Bennett, S Gharari, CB Marsh, ...
Water Resources Research 58 (11), e2021WR031753, 2022
The numerical implementation of land models: Problem formulation and laugh tests
MP Clark, R Zolfaghari, KR Green, S Trim, WJM Knoben, A Bennett, ...
Journal of Hydrometeorology 22 (6), 1627-1648, 2021
Mimicry of a Conceptual Hydrological Model (HBV): What's in a Name?
KF Jansen, AJ Teuling, JR Craig, M Dal Molin, WJM Knoben, J Parajka, ...
Water Resources Research 57 (5), e2020WR029143, 2021
The impact of meteorological forcing uncertainty on hydrological modeling: A global analysis of cryosphere basins
G Tang, MP Clark, WJM Knoben, H Liu, S Gharari, L Arnal, HE Beck, ...
Water Resources Research 59 (6), e2022WR033767, 2023
Towards more realistic runoff projections by removing limits on simulated soil moisture deficit
KJA Fowler, G Coxon, JE Freer, WJM Knoben, MC Peel, T Wagener, ...
Journal of Hydrology 600, 126505, 2021
Estimation of non-stationary hydrological model parameters for the Polish Welna catchment
WJM Knoben
University of Twente, 2013
Modular Assessment of Rainfall–Runoff Models Toolbox (MARRMoT) v2. 1: an object-oriented implementation of 47 established hydrological models for improved speed and readability
L Trotter, WJM Knoben, KJA Fowler, M Saft, MC Peel
Geoscientific Model Development 15 (16), 6359-6369, 2022
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