Martijn Booij
Martijn Booij
Associate Professor, University of Twente, the Netherlands
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The impact of climate change on the water resources of Hindukush–Karakorum–Himalaya region under different glacier coverage scenarios
M Akhtar, N Ahmad, MJ Booij
Journal of Hydrology 355 (1-4), 148-163, 2008
Impact of climate change on river flooding assessed with different spatial model resolutions
MJ Booij
Journal of Hydrology 303 (1-4), 176-198, 2005
The water footprint of Indonesian provinces related to the consumption of crop products
F Bulsink, AY Hoekstra, MJ Booij
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (1), 119–128, 2010
Limits to the world’s green water resources for food, feed, fiber, timber, and bioenergy
JF Schyns, AY Hoekstra, MJ Booij, RJ Hogeboom, MM Mekonnen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (11), 4893-4898, 2019
Simulation and forecasting of streamflows using machine learning models coupled with base flow separation
H Tongal, MJ Booij
Journal of Hydrology 564, 266-282, 2018
Identification and classification of uncertainties in the application of environmental models
JJ Warmink, J Janssen, MJ Booij, MS Krol
Environmental Modelling & Software 25 (12), 1518-1527, 2010
Use of regional climate model simulations as input for hydrological models for the Hindukush-Karakorum-Himalaya region
M Akhtar, N Ahmad, MJ Booij
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 13 (7), 1075-1089, 2009
Review and classification of indicators of green water availability and scarcity
JF Schyns, AY Hoekstra, MJ Booij
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 19 (11), 4581–4608, 2015
Hydrological response to future land-use change and climate change in a tropical catchment
H Marhaento, MJ Booij, AY Hoekstra
Hydrological Sciences Journal 63 (9), 1368-1385, 2018
Multi-variable calibration of a semi-distributed hydrological model using streamflow data and satellite-based evapotranspiration
THM Rientjes, LP Muthuwatta, MG Bos, MJ Booij, HA Bhatti
Journal of Hydrology 505, 276-290, 2013
The influence of conceptual model structure on model performance: a comparative study for 237 French catchments
WR van Esse, C Perrin, MJ Booij, DCM Augustijn, F Fenicia, F Lobligeois
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (10), 4227-4239, 2013
Attribution of changes in the water balance of a tropical catchment to land use change using the SWAT model
H Marhaento, MJ Booij, THM Rientjes, AY Hoekstra
Hydrological Processes 31 (11), 2029-2040, 2017
Effect of different uncertainty sources on the skill of 10 day ensemble low flow forecasts for two hydrological models
MC Demirel, MJ Booij, AY Hoekstra
Water Resources Research 49 (7), 4035-4053, 2013
Spatial soil erosion estimation using an artificial neural network (ANN) and field plot data
V Gholami, MJ Booij, EN Tehrani, MA Hadian
Catena 163, 210-218, 2018
Probabilistic Flood Extent Estimates from Social Media Flood Observations
T Brouwer, D Eilander, A van Loenen, MJ Booij, KM Wijnberg, JS Verkade, ...
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 17 (5), 735-747, 2017
Catchment variability and parameter estimation in multi-objective regionalisation of a rainfall–runoff model
DLEH Deckers, MJ Booij, THM Rientjes, MS Krol
Water Resources Management 24 (14), 3961-3985, 2010
Decision making under uncertainty in a decision support system for the Red River
IAT De Kort, MJ Booij
Environmental Modelling & Software 22 (2), 128-136, 2007
Extreme daily precipitation in Western Europe with climate change at appropriate spatial scales
MJ Booij
International Journal of Climatology 22 (1), 69-85, 2002
The water footprint of wood for lumber, pulp, paper, fuel and firewood
JF Schyns, MJ Booij, AY Hoekstra
Advances in Water Resources 107, 490-501, 2017
Identification and quantification of uncertainties in a hydrodynamic river model using expert opinions
JJ Warmink, H Van der Klis, MJ Booij, SJMH Hulscher
Water Resources Management 25 (2), 601-622, 2011
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