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Innovations for Water Management in the Global Drylands

hydrosolutions Ltd., a Swiss-based consulting company, develops and deploys innovative technologies for multi-scale water resources management. These range from the collection of non-traditional data through local involvement to planetary-scale remote sensing and state-of-the-art water balance modeling, including forecasting, for accounting and accountability and the definition of best management strategies and tradeoffs under a changing climate and increasing population pressure.

hydrosolutions Ltd. has a global focus with a large footprint in semi-arid and arid regions where the company has extensive experience in agricultural irrigation water management, among other things. Their solutions are modular, custom-tailored (co-designed with local stakeholders) and based on inter-operable web and mobile communication technologies, thus providing essential building blocks for modern Water Information Systems. This greatly help stakeholders in effective and sustainable resources management and planning with the goal to turn complex development challenges into opportunities for sustained growth.

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Modeling flash floods in ungauged mountain catchments of China: A decision tree learning approach for parameter regionalization

S. Ragettli, J. Zhou, H. Wang, C. Liu and L. Guo
Journal of Hydrology 555, 330-346

Gap and Opportunity Analysis of Hydrological Monitoring in the Ziway-Shala Sub-basin, Ethiopia

Donauer T., Haile A. T., Goshime D. W., Siegfried T., and S. Ragettli
IWMI Working Paper - 192

An Unsupervised Classification Algorithm for Multi-Temporal Irrigated Area Mapping in Central Asia

Silvan Ragettli, Timo Herberz and Tobias Siegfried
Remote Sens. 2018, 10, 1823

Climate change impacts on summer flood frequencies in two mountainous catchments in China and Switzerland

S. Ragettli, X. Tong, G. Zhang, H. Wang, P. Zhang and M. Stähli
Hydrology Research 2019, nh2019118

Water when it Counts: reducing scarcity through Irrigation Monitoring in Central Mozambique

Paul Christian, Florence Kondylis, Valerie Mueller, Astrid Zwager, Tobias Siegfried
The Workd Bank, Policy Research Working Papers, 8345