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1 Curriculum Vitae Name: VERHOEST NIKO E.C. Address: Laboratory of Hydrology and Water Management Research Unit Water Resources Monitoring Coupure links Gent Belgium Telephone: +32(0) Fax: +32(0) STUDIES Bio-engineer (agronomy), Ghent University, PhD in Applied Biological Sciences, Ghent University, PROFESSIONAL CAREER Scientific collaborator, Laboratory of Hydrology and Water Management, Ghent University, 01/08/ /12/1994. Foreign associated researcher, Laboratory for Hydrospheric Processes Hydrological Sciences Branch, NASA GSFC, Greenbelt, Maryland, USA, 15/02/ /08/1995. Scientific collaborator, Laboratory of Hydrology and Water Management, Ghent University, 01/09/ /10/1998. Teaching assistent, Department of Forest and Water Management, Ghent University, 01/11/ /10/2000. Assistant Professor, Department of Forest and Water Management, Ghent University, 01/11/ /9/2002. Associated Professor, Department of Forest and Water Management, Ghent University, 01/10/ now. RESEARCH INTERESTS Remote sensing of hydrologic variables Application of advanced mathematical techniques in hydrology and remote sensing Groundwater flow Ecohydrology Stochastic rainfall modelling Uncertainty modelling TEACHING Fysical Transport Phenomena: fluid dynamics (Bachelor level) Hydraulics (Master level) Groundwater flow (Master level) Hydraulic structures (Master level) Ecohydrology (Master level) PROMOTOR MSc 2001: De Lannoy Gabriëlle 2003: Bossuyt Dries, Vernaillen Lieven, Esteban Malagon Carlos 2004: Huyck Annelies, Wieme Vanessa 2005: Van Gucht Caroline, Canton Megia Jorge, Guardiola Sanchez Aida, Pascual Diana

2 2006: Miya Mtemi Hussein 2007: Hans Lievens, Bruno De Lat, Sven Hanoteaux, Kobe Paridaens, Tom Vandenbroucke 2008: Sander Vandenberghe, Dieter Meire, Stijn Van Hoeij, Els De Lathauwer 2009: Elyne Buyse, Ellen Buysse, Evelien De Vylder, Ederick Keirseblick 2010: Thomas Timmerman, Wieter Boone PROMOTOR PHDs El Ouazzani Taibi Abderraouf, Study of the Representative Elementary Watershed model versus TOPLATS through a Monte Carlo approach, advisors: N. Verhoest, A. Elfeki (22 April 2004). Jeroen Staelens, Spatio-Temporal patterns of throughfall water and ion deposition under a dominant beech tree (Fagus Sylvatica L.) in relationship to canopy structure, advisors: K. Verheyen, N. Verhoest (8 March 2006). Gabriëlle De Lannoy, Assimilation of soil moisture observations into a spatially distributed hydrological model, advisors: N. Verhoest, V. Pauwels (5 December 2006). Els De Roeck, Status and ecology of temporary wetlands in the Western Cape, South Africa, doctor in de wetenschappen, KULeuven, advisors: L. Brendonck, N. Verhoest (22 Februari 2008). Jan Peters, Ecohydrology of Wetlands: Monitoring and modelling of interactions between groundwater, soil and vegetation, advisors: N. Verhoest, R. Samson, B. De Baets (11 september 2008). Lien Loosvelt, Uncertainty assessment and modelling uncertainty in hydrology, advisor: N. Verhoest (ongoing) Hans Lievens, Soil moisture retrieval from SAR remote sensing, advisor: N. Verhoest (ongoing) Sander Vandenberghe, Copula-based models for design rainfall, advisors: N. Verhoest, B. De Baets (ongoing) Eva De Keyzer, Uncertainty modelling of radar-based soil moisture, advisors: B. De Baets, N. Verhoest (ongoing) Jasper Van doninck, Improving epidemiological modelling using satellite derived soil moisture proxies and machine learning techniques, advisors: N. Verhoest, B. De Baets (ongoing) Martinus Johannes van den Berg, Spatial scaling uncertainty of hydrologic variables based on remote sensing observations: advisor: N. Verhoest (ongoing) JURY PhD DISSERTATIONS 2004: Karel Dhondt (Ghent University), Matamoros Camposano David (Ghent University), Adriaenssens Veronique (Ghent University) 2005: Goethals Peter (Ghent University), Dirk De Pauw (Ghent University), Andy Dedecker (Ghent University), Mohamed Ouessar (failed, Ghent University) 2006: Wouter Schiettecatte (Ghent University), Jesús Álvarez-Mozos (Pública de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain) 2007: Lieven Clement (Ghent University), Anne-Marie Solvi (Ghent University), Mohamed Ouessar (Ghent University), Rolando Celleri Alvear (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven), Solomon Tuccu Woldeamlak (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) 2008: Veronique Vandenberghe (Ghent University), Petra Claeys (Ghent University), Kaka Shahedi (Wageningen Universiteit, The Netherlands) 2009: Stijn Speelman (Ghent University), Aymen Frija (Ghent University), David Simpson (Ghent University), Hossein Zeinivand (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Dang Thai Mai (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Johannes van der Kwast (Utrecht University, The Netherlands) 2010: Nguyen Huy Phuong (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Zoltan Bartalis (Technical University Vienna, Austria) RESEARCH PROJECTS Data assimilation of soil moisture observations from SAR data in spatially distributed hydrologic models, Special Research Fund, Ghent University, Co-PI, 01/12/ /11/2005, ,34 euro.

3 Application of soil moisture measurements for the assimilation in hydrologic models, the validation of a baseflow model and a groundwater flow model, Foundation for Scientific Research of the Flemish Community, PI, 01/01/ /12/2006, euro. Development of SAR inversion algorithms for land applications, European Space Agency, Co-PI, 04/03/ /05/2005, euro. Development and validation of a physically based ecohydrologic model for Flemish wetlands, Special Research Fund, Ghent University, PI, 01/01/ /12/2008, euro. Effect of fire damage on regeneration and N loss from Araucaria araucana forests in Chile, Special Research Fund Bilateral collaboration, Ghent University, Co-PI, 01/02/ /01/2006, euro. Study of the ecohydrology of temporary wetlands in the Cape Region, Special Research Fund Bilateral collaboration, Ghent University, PI, 01/02/ /01/2008, euro. Impact of hydrology on the diversity of aquatic organisms in temporary wetlands in the Cape Region, Foundation for Scientific Research of the Flemish Community, Co-PI, 01/01/ /12/2008, euro. Ecohydrological monitoring and modelling in managed and unmanaged forest ecosystems in southern Chile, Special Research Fund Bilateral collaboration, Ghent University, PI, 01/02/ /01/2009, euro. Exploiting longer wavelength SAR data for the improvement of surface process modeling, European Space Agency, Co-PI, 01/02/ /7/2007, euro. Integrating radar remote sensing, hydrologic and hydraulic modelling for surface water management, Belgian Federal Science Policy, PI, 01/12/ /1/2012, euro. Analysis and control of regional water and energie budgets through the optimal use of hydrologic modelling and selected observations, Foundation for Scientific Research of the Flemish Community, PI, 01/10/ /9/2010, Post-doc Grant (36 man months). Copula-based models for design rainfall, Foundation for Scientific Research of the Flemish Community, PI, 01/10/ /9/2012, PhD grant (48 man months). Improving epidemiological modelling using satellite derived soil moisture proxies, Belgian Federal Science Policy, Co-PI, 01/12/ /12/2010, euro. Spatial scaling uncertainty of hydrologic variables based on remote sensing, Special Research Fund, Ghent University, PI, 01/01/ /12/2012, euro. Uncertainty propagation through rainfall-runoff models caused by uncertain soil parameters, Foundation for Scientific Research of the Flemish Community, PI, 01/ /31/2014, Euro. EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES 2008: Guest Editor Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences issue Remote sensing in hydrological sciences : Associate Editor of Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences : Associate Editor of Earth System Science Data REVIEWING ACTIVITIES Peer reviewed papers: 2000: Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (2), Journal of Hydrology (1) 2001: Journal of Hydrology (1), Advances in Water Resources (1) 2002: Water Resources Research (2), Journal of Hydrology (1) 2003: Journal of Hydrology (4), Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (1), Water Resources Research (1), Advances in Water Resources (1) 2004: Journal of hydrology (1), Advances in Water Resources (1), IEEE Trans. Geosc. Rem. Sensing (1) 2005: Water Resources Research (1), IEEE Trans. Geosc. Rem. Sensing (1), Journal of hydrology (2), Hydrological Sciences Journal (1), Biosystems Engineering (1) 2006: Biosystems Engineering (1), Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (1), Hydrological Sciences Journal (1), Water Resources Research (2), Journal of Hydrology (1), Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (1), Remote Sensing of Environment (1), Water Resources Management (1), Hydrogeology Journal (1)

4 2007: Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing (1), Journal of Hydrology (2), Remote Sensing of Environment (1), Water (2), Biosystems Engineering (2), Water Resources Research (1), Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (1), Hydrogeology Journal (1), Tellus A (1) 2008: Journal of Hydrology (3), IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (3), Hydrological Processes (1), Journal of Hydrometeorology (2), Remote Sensing of Environment (1), Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (3), Hydrological Sciences Journal (1) 2009: Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (4), Remote Sensing of Environment (1), Journal of Hydrometeorology (1), IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (1), Water Resources Management (1), Sensors (1), Journal of Selected Topics in Earth Observations and Remote Sensing (1) Proposals of international conferences 2006: International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (IGARSS)07-meeting 2007: International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (IGARSS)08-meeting 2008: Hydropredict : International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (IGARSS)09-meeting Scientific proposals 2006: Fondo Nacional de Desarrollo Cientifico y Tecnologico (FONDECYT), Chili (1) 2007: Fondo Nacional de Desarrollo Cientifico y Tecnologico (FONDECYT), Chili (1) 2007: IWT doctoraatsmandaten, commission Hydrology and Geography (10) 2008: Agence Nationale de la Reserche (ANR), France (1) 2008: Institute for Science and Technology, PhD projects, commission Hydrology and Geography (6) 2009: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Nederland (1) 2009: Wageningen Universiteit (WIMEK Wageningen Instituut voor Milieu- en Klimaatonderzoek) (1) 2009: Institute for Science and Technology - Baekeland projects (4) WORKSHOPS AND SYMPOSIA Organisor ERB2000, Conference on monitoring and modelling of catchment water quantity and quality, eighth general assembly of the European Network of Experimental and Representative Basins (ERB), Ghent, September 2000, member of organizing committee. Fourth International Workshop on the Analysis of Multi-Temporal Remote Sensing Imagery - MULTITEMP2007, Leuven, July 2007, Program Chair. Convener at conferences 25th General Assembly of the EGS, 'Hydrology and applied mathematics, 01: Analytical solutions in hydrology', Nice, Frankrijk april 2000, convener. 26th General Assembly of the EGS, 'Hydrology and applied mathematics, 02: Analytical techniques in hydrology', Nice, Frankrijk maart 2001, convener. 27th General Assembly of the EGS, 'Hydrology and applied mathematics, 02: Analytical techniques in hydrology', Nice, Frankrijk april 2001, convener. EGU General Assembly 2007, HS2: Remote sensing retrieval techniques and data assimilation, Wenen, Oostenrijk, april 2007, convener. EGU General Assembly 2008, HS11.1: Remote sensing retrieval techniques and data assimilation, Wenen, Oostenrijk, april 2008, convener. Member of Scientific Advisory Committee of Conferences International Interdisciplinary Conference on Predictions for Hydrology, Ecology and Water Resources Management, Hydropredict2008, Prague, Czech Republic, September nd international multidisciplinary conference on hydrology and ecology: ecosystems interfacing with groundwater and surface water, HydroEco2009, Vienna, Austria, April th international workshop on the analysis of multi-temporal remote sensing images, Multitemp- 2009, Groton, Connecticut, USA, July 2009.

5 100 Years ISPRS Advancing Remote Sensing Science, Vienna, Austria, 5-7July, International Interdisciplinary Conference on Predictions for Hydrology, Ecology and Water Resources Management, Hydropredict2010, Prague, Czech Republic, September EGU Leonardo Topical Conference Series on the hydrological cycle: New research avenues into hydrology: Monitoring, Modelling and more, Luxemburg, Grand-Duchy Luxemburg, November SCIENTIFIC CURRICULUM Papers with peer review listed in Science Citation Index 1. Verhoest N., Troch P.A., De Troch F.P., On the applicability of Bartlett-Lewis rectangular pulses models in the modeling of design storms at a point. Journal of Hydrology, 202: (1-4), , Schoups, G., Troch P.A., Verhoest N.E.C., Soil moisture influences on the radar backscattering of sugar beet fields. Remote Sensing of Environment, 65: (2) , Verhoest N.E.C., Troch P.A., Paniconi C., De Troch F.P., Mapping basin scale variable source areas from multitemporal remotely sensed observations of soil moisture behavior. Water Resources Research, 34: (12), , Verhoest N.E.C., Troch P.A., Some analytical solutions of the linearized Boussinesq equation with recharge for a sloping aquifer. Water Resources Research, 36(3), , Pauwels V.R.N., Hoeben R., Verhoest N.E.C., De Troch F.P., The importance of spatial structure of remotely sensed soil moisture in the improvement of discharge predictions for smallscale basins through data assimilation, Journal of Hydrology, 251(1-2), , Pauwels V.R.N., Hoeben R., Verhoest N.E.C., De Troch F.P., Troch P.A., Improvement of TOPLATS-based discharge predictions through assimiliation of ERS-based remotely sensed soil moisture values, Hydrological processes, 16, , Verhoest N.E.C., Pauwels V.R.N., Troch P.A., De Troch F.P., Analytical solution for transient water table heights and outflows from inclined ditch-drained terrains, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 128(6) , Pauwels V.R.N., Verhoest N.E.C., De Troch F.P., A meta-hillslope model based on an analytical solution to a linearized Boussinesq-equation for temporally variable recharge rates, Water Resources Research, 38(12), DOI: /2001WR000714, Pauwels V.R.N., Verhoest N.E.C., De Troch F.P., Water table profiles and discharges for ditchdrained aquifers under temporally variable recharge, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 129(2), 93-99, Mattia F., Davidson M., Le Toan T., D'Haese C., Verhoest N.E.C., Gatti A., Borgeaud M., A comparison between soil roughness statistics used in surface scattering models derived from mechanical and laser profilers, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 41(7), , Davidson M.W.J., Mattia F., Satalino G., Verhoest N.E.C., Le Toan T., Borgeaud M., Louis J.M.B., Attema E., Joint statistical properties of RMS height and correlation length derived from multisite 1-m roughness measurements, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 41(7), , Vernieuwe H., Georgieva O., De Baets B., Pauwels V.R.N., Verhoest N.E.C., Fuzzy models of rainfall-discharge dynamics, Lecture notes in Computer Science, 2715, , Staelens J., De Schrijver A., Van Avermaet P., Genouw G., Verhoest N.E.C., A comparison of bulk and wet-only deposition at two adjacent sites in Melle (Belgium), Atmospheric Environment, 39, 7-15, Vernieuwe H., Georgieva O., De Baets B., Pauwels V.R.N., Verhoest N.E.C., De Troch F.P., Comparison of data-driven Takagi-Sugeno models of rainfall-discharge dynamics, Journal of Hydrology, 302(1-4), , De Lannoy G.J.M., Verhoest N.E.C., De Troch F.P., Characteristics of rainstorms over a temperate region derived from multiple time series of weather radar images, Journal of Hydrology, 307(1-4), , Huyck A., Pauwels V.R.N., Verhoest N.E.C., A baseflow separation algorithm based on the linearized Boussinesq equation for complex hillslopes, Water Resources Research, 41, doi: /2004wr003789, 2005.

6 17. Álvarez J., Casalí J., González-Audícana M., Verhoest N.E.C., Correlation between ground measured soil moisture and RADARSAT-1 derived backscattering coefficient over an agricultural catchment of Navarre (North of Spain), Biosystems Engineering, 92(1), , Álvarez-Mozos J., Casalí J., González-Audícana M., Verhoest N.E.C., Assessment of the operational applicability of RADARSAT-1 data for surface soil moisture estimation, IEEE Trans. Geosc. Rem. Sens., 44(4), , Callens M., Verhoest N.E.C., Davidson M.W.J., Parameterization of tillage induced single scale soil roughness from 4-m profiles, IEEE Trans. Geosc. Rem. Sens., 44(4), , Staelens J., De Schrijver A., Verheyen K., Verhoest N.E.C., Spatial variability and temporal stability of throughfall deposition under beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in relationship to canopy structure, Environmental Pollution, 142(2), , De Lannoy G.J.M., Houser P.R., Pauwels V.R.N., Verhoest N.E.C., Assessment of model uncertainty for soil moisture through ensemble verification, Journal of Geophysical Research, 111, D10101, doi: /2005jd006367, Dhondt K., Boeckx P., Verhoest N.E.C., Hofman G., Van Cleemput O., Assessment of temporal and spatial variation of nitrate removal in riparian zones, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 116(1-3), , doi: /s , Pauwels, V.R.N., Huyck A., Verhoest N.E.C., Reply to Comment on A base flow separation algorithm based on the linearized Boussinesq equation for complex hillslopes by Huyck et al., Water Resources Research, 42(6), W06606, doi: /2005wr004671, Vernieuwe H., De Baets B., Verhoest N.E.C., Comparison of clustering algorithms in the identification of Takagi-Sugeno models: a hydrological case study, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 157(21), , Staelens J., De Schrijver A., Verheyen K., Verhoest N.E.C., Spatial variability and temporal stability of throughfall water under beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in relationship to canopy cover, Journal of Hydrology, 330 (3-4), , De Jongh I.L.M., Verhoest N.E.C., De Troch F.P., Analysis of a 105-year time series of precipitation observed at Uccle, Belgium, International Journal of Climatology, 26(14), , De Lannoy G.J.M., Verhoest N.E.C., Houser P.R., Gish T.J., Van Meirvenne M., Spatial and temporal characteristics of soil moisture in an intensively monitored agricultural field (OPE3), Journal of Hydrology, 331(3-4), , D Haese C., Putti M., Paniconi C., Verhoest N.E.C., Assessment of adaptive and heuristic time stepping for variably saturated flow, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 53(7), , doi: /fld.1369, Vernieuwe, H., Verhoest N.E.C., De Baets B., Hoeben R., De Troch F.P., Cluster-based fuzzy models for groundwater flow in the unsaturated zone, Advances in Water Resources, 30(4), , Pauwels, V.R.N., Verhoest N.E.C., De Lannoy G., Defourny P., Guissard V., Lucau C., Optimization of a coupled hydrology/crop growth model through the assimilation of observed soil moisture and LAI values using an Ensemble Kalman Filter, Water Resources Research, 43(4), W04421, doi: /2006wr004942, Verhoest N.E.C., De Baets B., Vernieuwe H., A Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy-rule based model for soil moisture retrieval from SAR under soil roughness uncertainty, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 45(5), , doi: /tgrs , De Lannoy G.J.M., Houser P.R., Pauwels V.R.N., Verhoest N.E.C., State and bias estimation for soil moisture profiles by an ensemble Kalman filter, Water Resources Research, 43(6), W06401, doi: /2006wr005100, Verhoest N.E.C., De Baets B., Mattia F., Satalino G., Lucau C., Defourny P., A possibilistic approach to soil moisture retrieval from ERS synthetic aperture radar backscattering under soil roughness uncertainty, Water Resources Research, 43(7), W07435, doi: /2006/wr005295, De Lannoy G.J.M., Houser P.R., Verhoest N.E.C., Pauwels V.R.N., Gish T.J., Upscaling of point soil moisture measurements to field averages at the OPE3 test site, Journal of Hydrology, 343(1-2), 1-11, De Lannoy G.J.M., Reichle R.H., Houser P.R., Pauwels V.R.N., Verhoest N.E.C., Correcting for forecast bias in soil moisture assimilation with the ensemble Kalman filter, Water Resources Research, 43, W09410, doi: /2006wr005449, 2007.

7 36. Peters J., De Baets B., Verhoest N.E.C., Samson R., Degroeve S., De Becker P., Huybrechts W., Random forests as a tool for predictive ecohydrological modelling, Ecological Modelling, 207(2-4), , Staelens, J., De Schrijver A., Verheyen K., Verhoest N.E.C., Rainfall partitioning into throughfall, stemflow, and interception within a beech canopy (Fagus sylvatica L.): influence of foliation, rain event characteristics, and meteorology, Hydrological Processes, 22(1), 33-45, doi: /hyp.6610, Balasooriya W.K., Denef K., Peters J., Verhoest N.E.C., Boeckx P., Vegetation composition and soil microbial community structural changes along a wetland hydrological gradient, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 12, , Roets W., Xu Y., Raitt L., El-Kahloun M., Meire P., Calitz F., Batelaan O., Anibas C., Paridaens K., Vandenbroucke T., Verhoest N.E.C., Brendonck L., Determining discharges from the Table Mountain Group (TMG) aquifer to wetlands in the Southern Cape - South Africa. Hydrobiologia, 607, , DOI /s x, Peters J., De Baets B., Samson R., Verhoest N.E.C., Modelling groundwater-dependent vegetation patterns using ensemble learning, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 12, , De Roeck E.R., Verhoest N.E.C., Miya M.H., Lievens H., Batelaan O., Thomas A., Brendonck L., Remote sensing and wetland ecology: a case study in South Africa, Sensors, 8, ; DOI: /s , Verhoest N.E.C., Lievens H., Wagner W., Álvarez-Mozos J., Moran M.S., Mattia F., On the soil roughness parameterization problem in soil moisture retrieval of bare surfaces from Synthetic Aperture Radar, Sensors, 8, , DOI: /s , Peters J., Verhoest N.E.C., De Baets B., Samson R., Boeckx P., Wetland vegetation distribution modelling for the identification of constraining environmental variables, Landscape Ecology, 23(9), , Álvarez-Mozos J, Verhoest N.E.C., Larrañaga A., Casalí J., González-Audícana M., Influence of surface roughness spatial variability and temporal dynamics on the retrieval of soil moisture from SAR observations, Sensors, 9(1), , DOI: /s , Pauwels V.R.N., Balenzano A., Satalino G., Skriver H., Verhoest N.E.C., Mattia F., Optimization of soil hydraulic model parameters using Synthetic Aperture Radar data: an integrated multidisciplinary approach, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 47(2), , Lievens H., Vernieuwe H., Alvarez-Mozos J., De Baets B., Verhoest N.E.C., Error in SARderived soil moisture due to roughness parameterization: An analysis based on synthetical surface profiles, Sensors, 9, ; doi: /s , Peters J., Verhoest N.E.C., Samson R., Van Meirvenne M., Cockx L., Vekerdy Z., De Baets B., Uncertainty propagation in vegetation distribution models based on ensemble learning, Ecological Modelling, 220(6), , De Lannoy G.J.M., Houser P.R., Verhoest N.E.C., Pauwels V.R.N., Adaptive soil moisture profile filtering for horizontal information propagation in the independent column-based CLM2.0, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 10(3), , Wagner W., Verhoest N.E.C., Ludwig R., Tedesco M., Editorial 'Remote sensing in hydrological sciences', Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences, 13(6), , Peters J., Samson R., Boeckx P., Balasooriya W.K., Verhoest N.E.C., Monitoring and spatiotemporal analysis of an alluvial floodplain in Belgium, Belgian Journal of Botany, 142(1), 19-38, Van Coillie F.M.B., Lievens H., Joos I., Verbeke L.P.C., De Wulf R.R., Verhoest N.E.C., Training learning machines on artificially generated data: a novel approach to SAR speckle removal, International Journal of Remote Sensing, in press, Vandenberge S., Verhoest N.E.C., De Baets B., Fitting bivariate copulas to the dependence structure between storm characteristics: a detailed analysis based on 105 year 10-minute rainfall, Water Resources Research, in press, Papers with peer review, not listed in Science Citation Index 1. Paniconi C., N. Verhoest, P.A. Troch, F.P. De Troch, Soil moisture mapping from multitemporal analysis of ERS SAR images. Earth Observation Quarterly, ESA, 56-57, 23-27, 1997.

8 2. De Lannoy G.J.M., I.L.M. De Jongh, N.E.C. Verhoest, F.P. De Troch, Rainstorm characteristics in termperate areas derived from multiple time series of weather radar images, Weather radar information and distributed hydrological modelling, IAHS Publ., 282, 59-65, Peters J., V. Wieme, P. Boeckx, R. Samson, R. Godoy, C. Oyarzún, N. Verhoest, Ecohydrological monitoring in natural and managed ecosystems in Southern Chile, Gayana Botánica (Chilean journal), 62(2), , Papers in national journals with review 1. Verhoest N., T. Velghe, P.A. Troch, F.P. De Troch, Simulatie van neerslag aan de hand van stochastische cluster modellen voor rioolontwerpberekeningen. Water, 15(87), 79-85, 1996 (Belgian journal). 2. Vaes G., J. Berlamont, N. Verhoest, P.A. Troch, F.P. De Troch, Synthetische neerslag voor rioolemissie-berekeningen. Water, 16(93), 41-46,1997 (Belgian journal). 3. Verhoest N.E.C., P.A. Troch, Niet-stationaire grondwaterstroming in geheld terrein met sleufdrainage, Stromingen, 7, 25-33, 2001 (Dutch journal). 4. Verhoest N.E.C., L. Callewier, I.L.M. De Jongh, P.W.A. Cabus, F.P. De Troch, Modelleren van de neerslag-afvoerrelatie. 1. Het model-concept, Water, 2, 2002 (Belgian journal only available on internet). 5. De Jongh I.L.M., N.E.C. Verhoest, P.W.A. Cabus, F.P. De Troch, Modelleren van de neerslagafvoerrelatie. 2. Toepassing in het Velpe stroomgebied, Water, 2, 2002 (Belgian journal only available on internet). 6. Cabus P.W.A., N.E.C. Verhoest, I.L.M. De Jongh, F.P. De Troch, Modelleren van de neerslagafvoerrelatie. 3. het GLUE-concept, Water, 3, 2002 (Belgian journal only available on internet). 7. Pauwels V., G. De Lannoy, N. Verhoest, Gecombineerd gebruik van hydrologische modellen en afstandswaarnemingen voor waterbeheersdoeleinden, Water, 25, 2006 (Belgian journal only available on internet). 8. Peters, J., N. Verhoest, B. De Baets, P. De Becker, W. Huybrechts, R. Samson, Regressie- en classificatietechnieken in hydro-ecologische modellen: toepassing voor vallei-ecosystemen in Vlaanderen, Water, 31, 2007 (Belgian journal only available on internet). 9. De Lannoy G.J.M., V.R.N. Pauwels, N.E.C. Verhoest, Hydrologisch modelleren, voorspellingsfouten en data assimilatie, Water, 32, 66-70, Papers in national journals without peer review 1. Verhoest N., Voorspellen van geluidsniveaus bij ventilatoren, Het ingenieursblad Forum Acusticum, 10-15, March 1996(Belgian journal). 2. De Lannoy G., Pauwels V., Verhoest N., Het beeld van de aarde, Het Ingenieursblad,11-12, 22-27, Chapters in books 1. Troch P.A., N.E.C. Verhoest, P. Gineste, C. Paniconi, P. Mérot, Variable sources areas, soil moisture and active microwave observations at Zwalmbeek and Coët-Dan, In: Spatial patterns in hydrological processes: observations and modelling, R. Grayson, G. Blöschl (Eds.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, Greatt-Brittain, , (ISBN: ) 2. Pauwels V.R.N., L. Debruyckere, R.Hoeben, N.E.C. Verhoest, F.P. De Troch, Assessing the effect of the assimilation of in-situ observed soil moisture values on hydrologically modeled latent heat fluxes, In: Developments in Water Science 47: Computational methods in water resources, Volume 2 (Eds. S.M. Hassanizadeh, R.J. Schotting, W.G. Gray, G.F. Pinder), Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, , 2002 (ISBN: ). 3. De Troch F.P., N.E.C. Verhoest, V.R.N. Pauwels, R. Hoeben, Assessing the application of hydrologic information from radar imagery, In: Integrated technologies for environmental monitoring and information production (Eds. N.B. Harmancioglu, S.D. Ozkul, O. Fistikoglu, P. Geerders), NATO Science Series, IV. Earth and Environmental Sciences, Vol. 23, Integrated Technology for Environmental Monitoring and Information Production, , 2003 (Kluwer Academic Publishers, ISBN: ). 4. D Haese C.M.F., M. Putty, C. Paniconi, N.E.C. Verhoest, F.P. De Troch, Assessment of initial solution estimates and adaptive vs. heuristic time stepping for variably saturated flow, In: Developments in Water Sciences 55: Computational methods in water resources, Volume 1 (Eds.

9 C.T. Miller, M.W. Farthing, W.G. Gray, G.F. Pinder), Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, , 2004 (ISBN: ) 5. Van Meirvenne M., L. Vernaillen, A. Douaik, N.E.C. Verhoest, M. Callens, Geostatistical procedures for characterizing soil processes, Soil Water Solute Process Characterization: An Integrated Approach (Eds. J. Alvarez-Benedi and R. Muñoz-Carpena), CRC-Press, Boca-Raton, USA, , 2005 (ISBN: ). 6. De Lannoy, G.J.M., Pauwels V.R.N., Houser P.R., Gish T., Verhoest N.E.C., Representativeness of point soil moisture observations, upscaling and assimilation, in: E. Boegh, H. Kunstmann, T. Wagener, L. Bastidas, S. Franks, H. Gupta, D. Rosjberg, and J. Schaake (Eds.), Quantification and reduction of predictive uncertainty for sustainable water resources management, pp , (IAHS Publication 313, ISBN: ). 7. Oyarzún C., Verhoest N.E.C., Boeckx P., Godoy R., Preface: Ecological advances on Chilean temperate rainforests, in: Verhoest N.E.C., P. Boeckx, C. Oyarzún, R. Godoy, Ecological advances on Chilean temporate rainforests, Academia Press, pp. 1-3, in press, 2009 (ISBN ). 8. Oyarzún C.E., Staelens J., Verhoest N.E.C., Godoy R., Effects of management practices on water yield in small headwater catchments at Cordillera de los Andes in southern Chile, in: Verhoest N.E.C., P. Boeckx, C. Oyarzún, R. Godoy, Ecological advances on Chilean temporate rainforests, Academia Press, pp , in press, 2009 (ISBN ). Books as editor 1. Verhoest N.E.C.., Y.J.P. Van Herpe, F.P. De Troch, Monitoring and modeling catchment water quantity and aquality: abstract book, Conference convened by the European Network of Experimental and Representative Basins (ERB) in conjunction with UNESCO (IHP FRIEND Project no. 5), Laboratory of Hydrology and Water Management, Ghent University, Gent, België, 268 p., Verhoest N.E.C., J. Hudson, R. Hoeben, F.P. De Troch, Monitoring and modelling catchment water quantity and quality, Proceedings of the 8th Conference of the European Network of Experimental and Representative Basins (ERB) Ghent (Belgium), september 2000, International Hydrological Programme, IHP-VI, Technical documents in Hydrology, 66, 112 p., UNESCO, Paris, De Lannoy G.J. M., R. Hoeben, N.E.C. Verhoest, W.W. Verstraeten, S. Bruneel, P. Coppin, Proceedings of 2007 International workshop on the analysis of multi-temporal remote sensing images, IEEE, Piscataway, New Jersey, USA, 2007 (CDROM, ISBN: ). 4. Verhoest N.E.C., P. Boeckx, C. Oyarzún, R. Godoy, Ecological advances on Chilean temporate rainforests, Academia Press, 211 p., 2009 (ISBN ). Other publications >80 abstracts or proceedings of scientific conferences

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