Results

Papers

  1. Romanowicz RJ, Bogdanowicz E, Debele SE, Doroszkiewicz J, Hisdal H, Lawrence D, Meresa HK, Napiórkowski JJ, Osuch M, Strupczewski WG, Wilson D, Wong WK (2016) Climate Change Impact on Hydrological Extremes: Preliminary Results from the Polish-Norwegian Project. Acta Geophys. 64 (2): 477-509. doi: 10.1515/acgeo-2016-0009.
  2. Osuch M, Romanowicz RJ, Lawrence D, Wong WK (2015) Assessment of the influence of bias correction on meteorological drought projections for Poland. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss., 12, 10331-10377, doi:10.5194/hessd-12-10331-2015.
  3. Romanowicz RJ, Kiczko A (2016) An event simulation approach to the assessment of flood level frequencies: risk maps for the Warsaw reach of the River Vistula. Hydrological processes, doi: 10.1002/hyp.10857
  4. Strupczewski WG, Kochanek K, Bogdanowicz E, Markiewicz I, Feluch W (2016) Comparison of Two Nonstationary Flood Frequency Analysis Methods within the Context of the Variable Regime in the Representative Polish Rivers. Acta Geophysica vol. 64, no. 1, pp. 206-236, DOI: 10.1515/acgeo-2015-0070 
  5. Meresa HK, Osuch M, Romanowicz R, (2016) Hydro-meteorological drought projections into the 21-st century for selected Polish catchments, Water, 8(5), 206; doi:10.3390/w8050206
  6. Osuch M, Romanowicz RJ, Lawrence D, Wong WK (2016) Trends in projections of standardized precipitation indices in a future climate in Poland.  Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 20, 1947-1969, doi:10.5194/hess-20-1947-2016.
  7. Osuch M, Wawrzyniak T, (2016) Climate projections in the Hornsund area (South Spitsbergen), Polish Polar Research vol. 37, no. 3, pp. 379–402, doi: 10.1515/popore-2016-0020.
  8. Romanowicz RJ, Kundzewicz ZW, Meresa HK, Stoffel M, Krysanova V, Doroszkiewicz J, (2016) Projections of changes in flood hazard in two headwater catchments of the Vistula in the context of European-scale studies, Book chapter in: Flood Risk in the Upper Vistula Basin Co-editors:   Z. W. Kundzewicz, M. Stoffel, T. Niedźwiedź and B. Wyżga
  9. Osuch M, Lawrence D, Meresa HK, Napiórkowski JJ, Romanowicz RJ, (2016) Projected changes in flood indices in selected catchments in Poland in the 21th century, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, doi:10.1007/s00477-016-1296-5.
  10. Osuch, M, Wawrzniak, T (2016) Inter- and intra-annual changes in air temperature and precipitation in western Spitsbergen, International Journal of Climatology, doi: 10.1002/joc.4901.
  11. Meresa, H, Romanowicz, RJ (2017) The critical role of uncertainty in projections of hydrological extremes, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 21(8), 4245-4258, DOI: 10.5194/hess-21-4245-2017
  12. Doroszkiewicz J, Romanowicz RJ (2017) Guidelines for the adaptation to floods in changing climate, Acta Geophysica, 65(4), 849-861, DOI: 10.1007/s11600-017-0050-9
  13. Meresa, HK, Romanowicz, RJ, Napiorkowski, JJ (2017) Understanding changes and trends in projected hydroclimatic indices in selected Norwegian and Polish catchments, Acta Geophysica, 65(4), 829-848, DOI: 10.1007/s11600-017-0062-5.
  14. Piniewski, M, Meresa, HK, Romanowicz, R, Osuch, M, Szczesniak, M, Kardel, I, Okruszko, T, Mezghani, A, Kundzewicz, ZW (2017) What can we learn from the projections of changes of flow patterns? Results from Polish case studies. Acta Geophysica, 65(4), 809-827, DOI: 10.1007/s11600-017-0061-6
  15. Romanowicz, RJ (2017) The impacts of changes in climate and land use on hydrological processes, Acta Geophysica, 65(4), 785-787, DOI: 10.1007/s11600-017-0079-9.
  16. Debele, S, Bogdanowicz, E, Strupczewski, WG (2017) The Impact of Seasonal Flood Peak Dependence on a Design of Annual Maxima Quantiles, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 6

    2(1

    0), 16

    03-1617,

    DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2017.1328558.
  17. Debele, SE, Bogdanowicz, E, Strupczewski, WG (2017) Around and about an application of the GAMLSS package to non-stationary flood frequency analysis, Acta Geophysica, 65(4), 885-892, DOI: 10.1007/s11600-017-0072-3.
  18. Debele, SE, Strupczewski, WG,Bogdanowicz, E, (2017) A comparison of three approaches to non-stationary flood frequency analysis, Acta Geophysica, 65(4), 863-883, DOI: 10.1007/s11600-017-0071-4
  19. Osuch, M, Romanowicz, R, Wong, WK (2017) Analysis of low flow indices under varying climatic conditions in Poland, Hydrology Research, DOI: 10.2166/nh.2017.021

 

 

 

Conference presentations 2014

 

1.

The influence of HBV model calibration on flow predictions for future climate; Nysa Klodzka case study

M. Osuch, R. Romanowicz

4-5.03.2014 Potsdam, Germany

International, European Symposium on Flood Frequency Estimation and Implications for Risk Management

presentation

2

Sensitivity analysis of the dependence of HBV model parameters and climatic indices

M. Osuch, R. Romanowicz

4-5.03.2014 Potsdam, Germany

International, European Symposium on Flood Frequency Estimation and Implications for Risk Management

poster

3

Quantifying impressions of winter river regime change in Poland

E. Bogdanowicz

4-5.03.2014 Potsdam, Germany

International, European Symposium on Flood Frequency Estimation and Implications for Risk Management

poster

4

Ocena wpływu zmian klimatu na zasby wodne – wyniki z projektu KLIMADA

M. Osuch, R. Romanowicz

Warsaw, Poland

National, II Krajowy Kongres Hydrologiczny

presentation

5.

Flow-duration-frequency and duration-flow-frequency approaches in low-flow analysis, advantages and constraints

E. Bogdanowicz

Prague, Czech Republic

International, EGU Leonardo Conference Series on the Hydrological Cycle, 6th Leonardo Conference 2014

poster

6.

Spatiotemporal drought analysis under varying climatic conditions

M. Osuch

Prague, Czech Republic

International, EGU Leonardo Conference Series on the Hydrological Cycle, 6th Leonardo Conference 2014

presentation

7.

Grid based Hydro-Meteorological Drought Projection Using Multi - RCM/GCM Projections with Use of the PDSI and SPI

H. Meresa

Prague, Czech Republic

International, EGU Leonardo Conference Series on the Hydrological Cycle, 6th Leonardo Conference 2014

poster

 

Conference presentations 2015

1.

Assessment of the influence of HBV model parameters nonstationarity on flow predictions for future climate; Nysa Klodzka case study

M. Osuch, R.J. Romanowicz

Lillehammer/ Norway                7-9.09.2015

2.

Climate projections in the Hornsund area SW Spitsbergen

M. Osuch, R. Romanowicz, T. Wawrzyniak

Viena/ Austria                10.11.2015-13.11.2015

3.

Flood adaptation strategy in Poland and Norway

J. Doroszkiewicz,

R.J. Romanowicz

Żelechów/Poland 11-14.05.2015

4.

Estimation of flood-adaptation indices in varying climatic conditions            

 

J. Doroszkiewicz,

R.J. Romanowicz

Praga/Czech Republic 25.06.2015

5.

Application of controlled breaching scenarios in flood risk management

 

J. Doroszkiewicz

E. Karamuz,

R.J. 

Romanowicz

M. Osuch

Praga/Czech Republic 27.06.2015

6.

Estimation of flood-adaptation indices in varying climatic conditions            

 

J.Doroszkiewicz,

R.J. Romanowicz

Ascona/Switzerland            

23-28.08.2015

7.

Flood risk management measures for spatial planning

                               

J. Doroszkiewicz,

R.J. Romanowicz

Warsaw/ Poland

15-16.10.2015

8.

Copula-Based seasonal Flood Frequency Analysis (FFA) - for dependent seasonal maxima

S.E. Debele, E. Bogdanowicz, W. G. Strupczewski

Praga/Czech Republic 27.06.2015

9.

Trend on hydro-climatic indices

H. K. Meresa,

R.J. Romanowicz

Praga/Czech Republic 25-27.06.2015

10.

Drought projection of  selected Polish catchments

H. K.Meresa,

R. Romanowicz

Ascona/Switzerland            

23-28.08.2015

11.

Copula Based Seasonal Flood Frequency Analysis (FFA) - For Dependent Seasonal Maxima

Debele S. E., Bogdanowicz E., Strupczewski W. G.

Praga/Czech Republic 25-27.06.2015

12.

Complex analysis of flow and duration of floods and droughts in the context of climate change and simple presentation of its results

Debele S. E., Bogdanowicz E., Strupczewski W. G.

Lillehammer/ Norway,

7-9.09.2015

13.

Flood adaptation strategy in Poland and Norway

J. Doroszkiewicz and R. J. Romanowicz

XXXIV International School of Hydraulics in Żelechów, Poland, 12.05.2015

14.

Climate Change Impact on Hydrological Extremes

R.J. Romanowicz

Group meeting of the

EURO FRIEND Low Flow and Drought (LFD) Group Wallingford, UK, 30.09-2.10.2015

 

Conference presentations 2016

1.

Analysis of magnitude and duration of floods and droughts in the context of climate change

Sisay Eshetu Debele, Ewa Bogdanowicz, and Witold Strupczewski

EGU2016

presentation

2.

Analysis of an influence of the bias correction method on the projected changes of flood indices in the selected catchments in Poland

Marzena Osuch, Deborah Lawrence, Hadush K. Meresa, Jaroslaw J. Napiórkowski, and Renata J. Romanowicz

EGU2016

presentation

3.

Was the drought of 2015 on the River Vistula in Warsaw the lowest ever observed?

Hubert Kowalski, Artur Magnuszewski, and Renata Romanowicz

EGU2016

poster

4.

Uncertainty introduced by flood frequency analysis in the estimation of climate change impacts on flooding

Deborah Lawrence

EGU2016

poster

5.

Understanding future projected changes and trends in extreme precipitation and streamflow events in ten Polish catchments

Hadush Meresa, Renata Romanowicz, and Jaroslaw Napiórkowski

EGU2016

poster

6.

Model Related Estimates of time dependent quantiles of peak flows - case study for selected catchments in Poland

Witold G. Strupczewski, Ewa Bogdanowich, and Sisay Debele

EGU2016

poster

7.

Adaptation to floods in future climate: a practical approach

Joanna Doroszkiewicz, Renata Romanowicz, Radoslaw Radon, and Hege Hisdal

EGU2016

poster

8.

The uncertainty cascade in flood risk assessment under changing climatic conditions - the Biala Tarnowska case study

Joanna Doroszkiewicz and Renata Romanowicz

EGU2016

poster

9.

Quantification of Uncertainties in Projections of Hydro-meteorological Extremes

Hadush Meresa, Renata Romanowicz, and Deborah Lawrence

EGU2016

poster