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János Józsa
János Józsa
Rector, Professor, Head of Department, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Подтвержден адрес электронной почты в домене epito.bme.hu
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Water balance analysis for the Tonle Sap Lake–floodplain system
M Kummu, S Tes, S Yin, P Adamson, J Józsa, J Koponen, J Richey, ...
Hydrological Processes 28 (4), 1722-1733, 2014
2282014
New findings about the complementary relationship-based evaporation estimation methods
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydrology 354 (1-4), 171-186, 2008
1132008
Mapping mean annual groundwater recharge in the Nebraska Sand Hills, USA
J Szilagyi, VA Zlotnik, JB Gates, J Jozsa
1022012
Influence of secondary settling tank performance on suspended solids mass balance in activated sludge systems
M Patziger, H Kainz, M Hunze, J Józsa
Water research 46 (7), 2415-2424, 2012
692012
Flow analysis of a river confluence with field measurements and RANS model with nested grid approach
S Baranya, NRB Olsen, J Józsa
River research and applications 31 (1), 28-41, 2015
622015
Adaptive quadtree model of shallow-flow hydrodynamics
AGL Borthwick, S Cruz León, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydraulic Research 39 (4), 413-424, 2001
532001
MODIS‐aided statewide net groundwater‐recharge estimation in Nebraska
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Groundwater 51 (5), 735-744, 2013
522013
Net recharge vs. depth to groundwater relationship in the Platte River Valley of Nebraska, United States
J Szilagyi, VA Zlotnik, J Jozsa
Groundwater 51 (6), 945-951, 2013
482013
The shallow flow equations solved on adaptive quadtree grids
AGL Borthwick, S Cruz Leon, J Józsa
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 37 (6), 691-719, 2001
472001
Estimation of suspended sediment concentrations with ADCP in Danube River
S Baranya, J Józsa
Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics 61 (3), 232-240, 2013
462013
Modified advection-aridity model of evapotranspiration
J Szilagyi, MT Hobbins, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 14 (6), 569-574, 2009
442009
Solution-adaptivity in modelling complex shallow flows
T Krámer, J Józsa
Computers & Fluids 36 (3), 562-577, 2007
432007
Particle tracking velocimetry (PTV) and its application to analyse free surface flows in laboratory scale models
B Sokoray-Varga, J Józsa
Periodica Polytechnica Civil Engineering 52 (2), 63-71, 2008
402008
Numerical simulation of internal boundary-layer development and comparison with atmospheric data
J Józsa, B Milici, E Napoli
Boundary-layer meteorology 123, 159-175, 2007
392007
Benchmarking large-scale evapotranspiration estimates: A perspective from a calibration-free complementary relationship approach and FLUXCOM
N Ma, J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydrology 590, 125221, 2020
382020
Remote-sensing based groundwater recharge estimates in the Danube-Tisza sand plateau region of Hungary
J Szilágyi, Á Kovács, J Józsa
Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics 60 (1), 64-72, 2012
372012
Investigation of the effects of ship induced waves on the littoral zone with field measurements and CFD modeling
G Fleit, S Baranya, N Rüther, H Bihs, T Krámer, J Józsa
Water 8 (7), 300, 2016
332016
A calibration-free evapotranspiration mapping (CREMAP) technique
J Szilágyi, A Kovacs, J Jozsa
Evapotranspiration, 2011
322011
Mixing properties of a shallow basin due to wind-induced chaotic flow
M Pattantyús-Ábrahám, T Tél, T Krámer, J Józsa
Advances in Water Resources 31 (3), 525-534, 2008
302008
Evapotranspiration trends (1979–2015) in the Central Valley of California, USA: Contrasting tendencies during 1981–2007
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Water Resources Research 54 (8), 5620-5635, 2018
282018
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