Publications

2022

  • Chiu, C., Wang, K., Paschalis, A., Erfani, T., Peleg, N., Fatichi, S., Theeuwes, N., Manoli, G., An analytical approximation of urban heat and dry islands and their impact on convection triggering. Urban Climate, 46, 101346.
  • Zhang, Y., Ragettli, S., Molnar, P., Fink, O., Peleg, N., Generalization of an Encoder-Decoder LSTM model for flood prediction in ungauged catchments. Journal of Hydrology, 641(B), 128577.
  • Moraga, J.S., Peleg, N., Molnar, P., Fatichi, S., Burlando, P., Uncertainty in high-resolution hydrological projections: Partitioning the influence of climate models and natural climate variability. Hydrological Processes, 36(10), e14695.
  • Torelló-Sentelles, H., Franzke, C., Drought impact links to meteorological drought indicators and predictability in Spain. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 26, p. 1821-1844.
  • Peleg, N., Ban, N., Gibson, M., Chen, A., Paschalis, A., Burlando, P., Leitão, J., Mapping storm spatial profiles for flood impact assessments. Advances in Water Resources, 104258.
  • Huang, J., Fatichi, S., Mascaro, G., Manoli, G., Peleg, N., Intensification of sub-daily rainfall extremes in a low-rise urban area. Urban Climate, 42, 101124.
  • Schirmer, M., Winstral, A., Jonas, T., Burlando, P., Peleg, N., Natural climate variability is an important aspect of future projections of snow water resources and rain-on-snow events. The Cryosphere, 16, p. 3469–3488.
  • Richards, D.R., Belcher, R.N., Carrasco, L.R., Edwards, P.J., Fatichi, S., Hamel, P., Masoudi, M., McDonnell, M.J., Peleg, N., Stanley, M.C., Global variation in contributions to human well-being from urban vegetation ecosystem services. One Earth, 5(5), p. 522-533.
  • Ramirez, J.A., Mertin, M., Peleg, N., Horton, P., Skinner, C., Zimmermann, M., Keiler, M., Modelling the long-term geomorphic response to check dam failures in an alpine channel with CAESAR-Lisflood. International Journal of Sediment Research, 37(5), p. 687-700.
  • Marcolongo, A., Vladymyrov, M., Lienert, S., Peleg, N., Haug, S., Zscheischler, J., Predicting years with extremely low gross primary production from daily weather data using Convolutional Neural Networks. Environmental Data Science, 1, E2.
  • Fischer et al., Climate Scenarios for Switzerland CH2018 – Approach and Implications. Climate Services, 26, 100288.

2021

  • Fatichi, S., Peleg, N., Mastrotheodoros, T., Pappas, C., Manoli, G., An ecohydrological journey of 4500 years reveals a stable but threatened precipitation–groundwater recharge relation around Jerusalem. Science Advances, 7, eabe6303.
  • Moraga, J.S., Peleg, N., Fatichi, S., Molnar, P., Burlando, P., Revealing the impacts of climate change on mountainous catchments through high-resolution modelling. Journal of Hydrology, 603, 126806.
  • Wakjira, M.T., Peleg, N., Anghileri, D., Molnar, D., Alamirew, T., Six, J., Molnar, P., Rainfall seasonality and timing: implications for cereal crop production in Ethiopia. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 310, 108633.
  • Peleg, N., Skinner, C., Ramirez, J., Molnar, P., Rainfall spatial-heterogeneity accelerates landscape evolution processes. Geomorphology, 390, 107863.
  • Ali, H., Peleg, N., Fowler, H., Global scaling of rainfall with dewpoint temperature reveals considerable ocean-land difference. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2021GL093798.
  • Meili, N., Acero, J.A., Peleg, N., Manoli, G., Burlando, P., Fatichi, S., Vegetation cover and plant-trait effects on the outdoor thermal comfort in a tropical city. Building and Environment, 195, 107733.
  • Hirschberg, J., Fatichi, S., Bennett, G.L., McArdell, B.W., Peleg, N., Lane, S.N., Schlunegger, F., Molnar, P., Climate change impacts on sediment yield and debris-flow activity in an Alpine catchment. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 126(1).
  • Nyman, P., Yeates, P., Langhans, C., Noske, P., Peleg, N., Lane, P., Haydon, S., Sheridan, G., Probability and consequence of postfire erosion for treatability of water in an unfiltered supply system. Water Resources Research, 57(1), 2019WR026185.

2020

  • Peleg, N., Skinner, C., Fatichi, S., Molnar, P., Temperature effects on the spatial structure of heavy rainfall modify catchment hydro-morphological response. Earth Surface Dynamics, 8, p. 17-36.
  • Peleg, N., Sinclair, S., Fatichi, S., Burlando, P., Downscaling climate projections over large and data sparse regions: methodological application in the Zambezi River Basin. International Journal of Climatology, p. 1-23.
  • Skinner, C., Peleg, N., Quinn, N., Coulthard, T., Molnar, P., Freer, J., The impact of different rainfall products on landscape modelling simulations. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

2010-2019

  • Peleg, N., Molnar, P., Burlando, P., Fatichi, S., (2019) Exploring stochastic climate uncertainty in space and time using a gridded hourly weather generator. Journal of Hydrology, 571, p. 627-641.
  • Peleg, N., Marra, F., Fatichi, S., Molnar, P., Morin, E., Sharma, A., Burlando, P., (2018) Intensification of convective rain cells at warmer temperatures observed from high-resolution weather radar data. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 19, p. 715-726.
  • Peleg, N., Marra, F., Fatichi, S., Paschalis, A., Molnar, P., Burlando, P., (2018), Spatial variability of extreme rainfall at radar subpixel scale. Journal of Hydrology, 556, p. 922-933.
  • Peleg, N., Fatichi, S., Paschalis, A., Molnar, P., and Burlando, P., (2017) An advanced stochastic weather generator for simulating 2-D high resolution climate variables. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 9, p. 1595-1627.
  • Belachsen, I., Marra, F., Peleg, N., Morin, E., (2017), Convective rainfall in dry climate: relations with synoptic systems and flash-flood generation in the Dead Sea region. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21, p. 1595-1627.
  • Peleg, N., Blumensaat, F., Molnar, P., Fatichi, S., Burlando, P., (2017), Partitioning the impacts of spatial and climatological rainfall variability in urban drainage modeling. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21, p. 1559–1572.
  • Marra, F., Morin, E., Peleg, N., Mei, Z., Anagnostou, E., (2017), Comparing Intensity–Duration–Frequency curves derived from CMORPH and radar rainfall estimates over the Eastern Mediterranean. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21, p. 2389–2404.
  • Ayala, A., Pellicciotti, F., Peleg, N., Burlando, P., (2017), Melt and surface sublimation across a glacier in a dry environment: Distributed energy balance modelling of Juncal Norte Glacier, Chile. Journal of Glaciology, 63, p. 803-822.
  • Fatichi, S., Ivanov, V., Paschalis, A., Molnar, P., Rimkus, S., Kim, J., Peleg, N., Burlando, P., Caporali, E., (2016), Uncertainty partition challenges the predictability of vital details of climate change. Earth’s Future, 4 (5), p. 240-251.
  • Peleg, N., Shamir, E., Georgakakos, KP., Morin, E., (2015), A framework for assessing hydrological regime sensitivity to climate change in a convective rainfall environment: A case study of two medium-sized eastern Mediterranean catchments, Israel. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 19, p. 567–581.
  • Peleg, N., Bartov, M., Morin, E., (2014), CMIP5-predicted climate shifts over the East Mediterranean: implications for the transition region between Mediterranean and semi-arid climates. International Journal of Climatology, 35 (8), p. 2144-2153.
  • Peleg, N., Morin, E., (2014), Stochastic convective rain-field simulation using a high-resolution synoptically conditioned weather generator (HiReS-WG). Water Resources Research, 50 (3), p. 2124-2139.
  • Peleg, N., Ben-Asher, M., Morin, E., (2013), Radar subpixel-scale rainfall variability and uncertainty: lessons learned from observations of a dense rain-gauge network. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 17, p. 2195-2208.
  • Peleg, N., Morin, E., (2012), Convective rain cells: Radar-derived spatio-temporal characteristics and synoptic patterns over the Eastern Mediterranean. Journal of Geophysical Research, 117,D15116.
  • Peleg, N., Morin, E., Gvirtzman, H., Enzel, Y., (2012), Rainfall, spring discharge and past human occupancy in the Eastern Mediterranean. Climatic Change, 112, p. 769-789.
  • Peleg, N., Gvirtzman, H., (2010), Groundwater flow modeling of two-levels perched karstic leaking aquifers as a tool for estimating recharge and hydraulic parameters. Journal of Hydrology, 388, p. 13-27.