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Schirmer, Mario

In: Grundwasser, 2008, vol. 13, no. 1, p. 2-3

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Editorenschaft - Weitergabe des Staffelstabes

Schirmer, Mario

In: Grundwasser, 2009, vol. 14, no. 4, p. 253-254

Université de Neuchâtel

An integrated spatial snap-shot monitoring method for identifying seasonal changes and spatial changes in surface water quality

Viswanathan, V.C ; Jiang, Y ; Berg, M ; Hunkeler, Daniel ; Schirmer, Mario

In: Journal of Hydrology, 2016, vol. 539, p. 567-576

Integrated catchment-scale management approaches in large catchments are often hindered due to the poor understanding of the spatially and seasonally variable pathways of pollutants. High-frequency monitoring of water quality at random locations in a catchment is resource intensive and challenging. A simplified catchment-scale monitoring approach is developed in this study, for the preliminary...

Université de Neuchâtel

Assessing the effect of different river water level interpolation schemes on modeled groundwater residence times

Diem, Samuel ; Renard, Philippe ; Schirmer, Mario

In: Journal of Hydrology, 2014, vol. 510, p. 393-402

Obtaining a quantitative understanding of river–groundwater interactions is of high practical relevance, for instance within the context of riverbank filtration and river restoration. Modeling interactions between river and groundwater requires knowledge of the river’s spatiotemporal water level distribution. The dynamic nature of riverbed morphology in restored river reaches might result in...

Université de Neuchâtel

New Methods to Estimate 2D Water Level Distributions of Dynamic Rivers

Diem, Samuel ; Renard, Philippe ; Schirmer, Mario

In: Ground Water, 2013, vol. 51, no. 6, p. 847-854

River restoration measures are becoming increasingly popular and are leading to dynamic river bed morphologies that in turn result in complex water level distributions in a river. Disconnected river branches, nonlinear longitudinal water level profiles and morphologically induced lateral water level gradients can evolve rapidly. The modeling of such river-groundwater systems is of high practical...