Marie-Claire ten Veldhuis
Marie-Claire ten Veldhuis
Associate professor at Delft University of Technology
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Impact of spatial and temporal resolution of rainfall inputs on urban hydrodynamic modelling outputs: A multi-catchment investigation
S Ochoa-Rodriguez, LP Wang, A Gires, RD Pina, R Reinoso-Rondinel, ...
Journal of Hydrology 531, 389-407, 2015
Spatial and temporal variability of rainfall and their effects on hydrological response in urban areas–a review
E Cristiano, M ten Veldhuis, N Van De Giesen
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (7), 3859-3878, 2017
Weather radar rainfall data in urban hydrology
S Thorndahl, T Einfalt, P Willems, JE Nielsen, MC Ten Veldhuis, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (3), 1359-1380, 2017
Microbial risks associated with exposure to pathogens in contaminated urban flood water
JAE Ten Veldhuis, F Clemens, G Sterk, BR Berends
Water research 44 (9), 2910-2918, 2010
On the sensitivity of urban hydrodynamic modelling to rainfall spatial and temporal resolution
G Bruni, R Reinoso, NC van de Giesen, F Clemens, JAE ten Veldhuis
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 19 (2), 691-709, 2015
A statistical analysis of insurance damage claims related to rainfall extremes
MH Spekkers, M Kok, F Clemens, JAE Ten Veldhuis
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (3), 913-922, 2013
Decision-tree analysis of factors influencing rainfall-related building structure and content damage
MH Spekkers, M Kok, F Clemens, JAE Ten Veldhuis
Natural hazards and earth system sciences 14 (9), 2531-2547, 2014
How the choice of flood damage metrics influences urban flood risk assessment
JAE Ten Veldhuis
Journal of Flood Risk Management 4 (4), 281-287, 2011
Quantitative fault tree analysis for urban water infrastructure flooding
JAE ten Veldhuis, FHLR Clemens, PH van Gelder
Structure and Infrastructure Engineering 7 (11), 809-821, 2011
The complexities of urban flood response: Flood frequency analyses for the Charlotte metropolitan region
Z Zhou, JA Smith, L Yang, ML Baeck, M Chaney, MC Ten Veldhuis, ...
Water Resources Research 53 (8), 7401-7425, 2017
Scale effect challenges in urban hydrology highlighted with a distributed hydrological model
A Ichiba, A Gires, I Tchiguirinskaia, D Schertzer, P Bompard, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (1), 331-350, 2018
The role of storm scale, position and movement in controlling urban flood response
MC Ten Veldhuis, Z Zhou, Y Long, S Liu, J Smith
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (1), 417, 2018
The influence of rainfall and catchment critical scales on urban hydrological response sensitivity
E Cristiano, M ten Veldhuis, DB Wright, JA Smith, N van de Giesen
Water Resources Research 55 (4), 3375-3390, 2019
A comparative survey of the impacts of extreme rainfall in two international case studies
M Spekkers, V Rözer, A Thieken, MC ten Veldhuis, H Kreibich
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 17 (8), 1337-1355, 2017
Quantitative risk analysis of urban flooding in lowland areas
JAE Ten Veldhuis
Water Management Press, 2010
Flood risk modelling based on tangible and intangible urban flood damage quantification
JAE Ten Veldhuis, F Clemens
Water science and technology 62 (1), 189-195, 2010
High quality zenith tropospheric delay estimation using a low-cost dual-frequency receiver and relative antenna calibration
A Krietemeyer, H van der Marel, N van de Giesen, MC ten Veldhuis
Remote Sensing 12 (9), 1393, 2020
Potential of cost-efficient single frequency GNSS receivers for water vapor monitoring
A Krietemeyer, M Ten Veldhuis, H Van der Marel, E Realini, ...
Remote sensing 10 (9), 1493, 2018
Can urban pluvial flooding be predicted by open spatial data and weather data?
S Gaitan, NC Van De Giesen, JAE Ten Veldhuis
Environmental Modelling & Software 85, 156-171, 2016
On the occurrence of rainstorm damage based on home insurance and weather data
MH Spekkers, F Clemens, JAE Ten Veldhuis
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 15 (2), 261-272, 2015
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