Daniel Viviroli

PD Dr. Daniel Viviroli
Hydrologie und Klima
Geographisches Institut - Physical Geography
Universität Zürich
Winterthurerstrasse 190
CH-8057 Zürich

Phone2: +41 (0) 44 635 51 21
Fax: +41 (0) 44 635 68 48
E-mail: daniel.viviroli(at)geo.uzh.ch
URL Institution: https://www.geo.uzh.ch/en/units/h2k/
Personal URL: link

Key Publications of Daniel Viviroli (up to ten) :
Viviroli D, Weingartner R, Messerli B, 2003. Assessing the hydrological significance of the world's mountains. Mountain Research and Development 23(1), 32–40

Viviroli D, Dürr HH, Messerli B, Meybeck M, Weingartner R, 2007. Mountains of the world – water towers for humanity: typology, mapping and global significance. Water Resources Research 43(7), W07447. doi:10.1029/2006WR005653

Viviroli D, Zappa M, Gurtz J, Weingartner R, 2009. An introduction to the hydrological modelling system PREVAH and its pre- and post-processing tools. Environmental Modelling & Software, 24(10), 1209–1222. doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2009.04.001

Viviroli D, Zappa M, Schwanbeck J, Gurtz J, Weingartner R, 2009. Continuous simulation for flood estimation in ungauged mesoscale catchments of Switzerland – Part I: Modelling framework and calibration results. Journal of Hydrology,377(1–2), 191–207. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.08.023

Viviroli D, Mittelbach H, Gurtz J, Weingartner R, 2009. Continuous simulation for flood estimation in ungauged mesoscale catchments of Switzerland – Part II: Parameter regionalisation and flood estimation results. Journal of Hydrology, 377(1–2), 208–225. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.08.022

Viviroli D, Archer DR, Buytaert W, Fowler HJ, Greenwood GB, Hamlet AF, Huang Y, Koboltschnig G, Litaor I, López-Moreno JI, Lorentz S, Schädler B, Schreier H, Schwaiger K, Vuille M, Woods R, 2011. Climate Change and Mountain Water Resources: Overview and Recommendations for Research, Management and Policy. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 15, 471–504. doi:10.5194/hess-15-471-2011

Viviroli D, Schädler B, Schmocker-Fackel P, Weiler M, Seibert J, 2012. On the risk of obtaining misleading results by pooling streamflow data for trend analyses. Water Resources Research, 48(5), W05601. doi:10.1029/2011WR011690

Mankin JS, Viviroli D, Singh D, Hoekstra AY, Diffenbaugh NS, 2015. The potential for snow to supply human water demand in the present and future. Environmental Research Letters, 10(11), 114016. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/10/11/114016

Kummu M, de Moel H, Salvucci G, Viviroli D, Ward PJ, Varis O, 2016. Over the hills and further away from coast: global geospatial patterns of human and environment over the 20th–21st centuries. Environmental Research Letters, 11(3), 034010. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/3/034010

Mankin JS, Viviroli D, Mekonnen MM, Hoekstra AY, Horton RM, Smerdon, JE, Diffenbaugh NS, 2017. Quantifying risks of future population exposure to hydroclimatic deficits. Environmental Research Letters, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aa5efc

Expertise of Daniel Viviroli:
Expertise CategorySpecific Expertise
Expert TypeScientific / Fundamental Research
Applied Sciences / Technologies / Engineering
ScopeImpact of Change
Vulnerability to Change
Adaptation Measures to Change
Topic AtmosphereMeteorology
Global Warming
Topic HydrosphereFresh Water Systems / Rivers / Lakes
Precipitation / Runoff
Topic CryosphereGlaciers
Snow Cover
Topic Economy/ResourceUseWater
Topic Risk & Disaster ManagementPrevention of Risks and Natural Hazards
Spatial ZonesMountain / Highland
Spatial ScaleGlobal / Hemispheric
Time FrameRecent / Today
Statistical FocusExtreme Events
Mean Change / Trends
MethodsData Collection - Measurement
Data Collection - Documents, Archives
Data Analysis
Literature Study
Applied Research / Technology
Integrated Assessment
Program Coordination / Management
PolarHigh Altitude

Specialties of Daniel Viviroli:
mountain hydrology, flood estimation, water resources, hydrological modelling, ungauged basins, hydraulic engineering, nautral hazards, climate change

Last update: 5/13/20
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