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Satgé, F., Ruelland, D., Bonnet, M.-P., Molina, J. &Pillco, R. (2019). Consistency of satellite-based precipitation products in space and over time compared with gauge observations and snow-hydrological modelling in the Lake Titicaca region. Hydrol.& Earth Syst. Sci., 23, 595‒619. DOI : 10.5194/hess-23-595-2019.


Bodian, A., Dezetter, A.,Diop, L., Deme, A., Djaman, K., Diop, A. Future Climate Change Impacts on Streamflows of Two Main West Africa River Basins : Senegal and Gambia. Hydrology 2018, 5, 21.

Bogning, S., Frappart, F., Blarel, F., Niño, F., Mahé, G., Bricquet, J.-P., Seyler, F., Onguéné, R., Etamé, J., Paiz, M.-C., Braun, J.-J. Monitoring Water Levels and Discharges Using Radar Altimetry in an Ungauged River Basin : The Case of the Ogooué. Remote Sensing 2018, 10(2), 350.

Branchet P., Cadot E., Fenet H., Sebag D., NgounouNgatcha B., Borrell-Estupina V., NdamNgoupayou J.R., Kengne I., Braun J.J., Gonzalez C. 2018 Polar pesticide contamination of an urban and peri-urban tropical watershed affected by agricultural activities (Yaoundé, Center Region, Cameroon). Environmental Science and Pollution Research. (2018).

Colmet-Daage, A., Sanchez-Gomez, E., Ricci, S., Llovel, C., Borrell-Estupina, V., Quintana-Seguí, P., Llasat, M. C., and Servat, E. : Evaluation of uncertainties in mean and extreme precipitation under climate change for northwestern Mediterranean watersheds from high-resolution Med and Euro-CORDEX ensembles, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 22, 673-687,, 2018

Kouassi Kan Martin, Kouassi Kouakou Lazare, Yao Koffi Blaise, Meledje N’diaye Hermann, Biemi Jean, Lasm Théophile, Nathalie Rouché Variabilité des extrêmes pluviométriques sur le bassin versant de la rivière Bia (Sud-Est, Cote d’Ivoire). European Scientific Journal (ESJ) European Scientific Journal January 2018 edition Vol.14, No.2 ISSN : 1857 – 7881 DOI :

Garcin, Y., Deschamps, P., Ménot, G., De Saulieu, G., Schefuß, E., Sebag, D., M. Dupont, L., Oslisly, R., Brademann, B., Mbusnum, K.G., Onana, J.M., Ako, A.A., Epp, L.S., Tjallingii, R., Strecker, M.R., Brauer,A., Sachse, D Reply to Giresse et al. : No evidence for climate variability during the late Holocene rainforest crisis in Western Central Africa PNAS July 17, 2018 115 (29)


Eeckman, J., Chevallier, P., Boone, A., Neppel, L., De Rouw, A., Delclaux, F., et al. (2017). Providing a non-deterministic representation of spatial variability of precipitation in the Everest region. . Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 21, 4879-4893,, 2017

Dalkhlaoui, H., Ruelland, D., & Tramblay, Y. (2017). Evaluating the robustness of conceptual rainfall-runoff models under climate variability in northern Tunisia. Journal of Hydrology, 550, 201-217.


Grouillet, B., Ruelland, D., Vaittinada Ayar, P. & Vrac, M. (2016). Sensitivity analysis of runoff modelling to statistical downscaling methods in the western Mediterranean. Hydrol. & Earth Syst. Sci., 20, 1031‒1047.

Fabre, J., Ruelland, D., Dezetter, A., & Grouillet, B. (2016). Sustainability of water uses in managed hydrosystems : human- and climate-induced changes for the mid-21st century. . Hydrol. & Earth Syst. Sci., 20(8), 3129-3147. 10.5194/hess-20-3129-2016


Collet, L., Ruelland, D., Borrell-Estupina, V., Dezetter, A. & Servat, E. (2015). Water supply sustainability and adaptation strategies under future anthropogenic and climatic changes in a meso-scale catchment. Sci. Tot. Env., 536, 589–602.

Hublart, P., Ruelland, D., Dezetter, A. & Jourde, H. (2015). Reducing structural uncertainty in conceptual hydrological modeling in the semi-arid Andes. Hydrol. & Earth Syst. Sci., 19, 2295–2314.

Tahir, A. A., Chevallier, P., Arnaud, Y., Ashraf, M., & Bhatti, M. T. (2015). Snow cover trend and hydrological characteristics of the Astore River basin (Western Himalayas) and its comparison to the Hunza basin (Karakoram region) Science of The Total Environment 505, 748-761. 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.10.065.