Abror Gafurov
Abror Gafurov
Researcher in Hydrology, GFZ Potsdam
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Cloud removal methodology from MODIS snow cover product
A Gafurov, A Bárdossy
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 13 (7), 1361-1373, 2009
What do we know about past changes in the water cycle of Central Asian headwaters? A review
K Unger-Shayesteh, S Vorogushyn, D Farinotti, A Gafurov, D Duethmann, ...
Global and Planetary Change 110, 4-25, 2013
Changes in glacierisation, climate and runoff in the second half of the 20th century in the Naryn basin, Central Asia
D Kriegel, C Mayer, W Hagg, S Vorogushyn, D Duethmann, A Gafurov, ...
Global and planetary change 110, 51-61, 2013
Mass-balance reconstruction for Glacier No. 354, Tien Shan, from 2003 to 2014
M Kronenberg, M Barandun, M Hoelzle, M Huss, D Farinotti, E Azisov, ...
Annals of Glaciology 57 (71), 92-102, 2016
Evaluation of areal precipitation estimates based on downscaled reanalysis and station data by hydrological modelling
D Duethmann, J Zimmer, A Gafurov, A Güntner, D Kriegel, B Merz, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (7), 2415-2434, 2013
MODSNOW-Tool: an operational tool for daily snow cover monitoring using MODIS data
A Gafurov, S Lüdtke, K Unger-Shayesteh, S Vorogushyn, T Schöne, ...
Environmental Earth Sciences 75, 1-15, 2016
Evaluation of remotely sensed snow cover product in Central Asia
A Gafurov, D Kriegel, S Vorogushyn, B Merz
Hydrology Research 44 (3), 506-522, 2013
A statistically based seasonal precipitation forecast model with automatic predictor selection and its application to central and south Asia
L Gerlitz, S Vorogushyn, H Apel, A Gafurov, K Unger-Shayesteh, B Merz
Hydrology and Earth system sciences 20 (11), 4605-4623, 2016
Snow-cover reconstruction methodology for mountainous regions based on historic in situ observations and recent remote sensing data
A Gafurov, S Vorogushyn, D Farinotti, D Duethmann, A Merkushkin, ...
The Cryosphere 9 (2), 451-463, 2015
A new permanent multi-parameter monitoring network in Central Asian high mountains–from measurements to data bases
T Schöne, C Zech, K Unger-Shayesteh, V Rudenko, H Thoss, HU Wetzel, ...
Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems 2 (1), 97-111, 2013
Demasking the integrated information of discharge: Advancing sensitivity analysis to consider different hydrological components and their rates of change
B Guse, M Pfannerstill, A Gafurov, N Fohrer, H Gupta
Water Resources Research 52 (11), 8724-8743, 2016
Snow cover distribution in the Aksu Catchment (Central Tien Shan) 1986–2013 based on AVHRR and MODIS data
J Peters, T Bolch, A Gafurov, N Prechtel
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote …, 2015
Water balance modeling using remote sensing information: focus on Central Asia
A Gafurov
Re-establishing seasonal mass balance observation at Abramov Glacier, Kyrgyzstan, from 1968-2012
M Barandun, M Huss, E Azisov, A Gafurov, M Hoelzle, A Merkushkin, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU2013-5668, 2013
7.4 Die Bedeutung der Kryosphäre im Tien Shan als» Wasserturm «für Zentralasien
K Unger-Shayesteh, D Düthmann, A Gafurov, L Gerlitz, S Vorogushyn
Water storage variations in Central Asian mountains from GRACE time-variable gravity data
A Gunter, F Barthelmes, D Duethmann, D Farinotti, A Gafurov, M Huss, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2012, G44A-05, 2012
Adding the Long-Term Perspective: Tien Shan's Glacier Mass Change during 1961-2012
D Farinotti, L Longuevergne, G Moholdt, D Duethmann, T Bolch, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2014, C44A-01, 2014
Comparative analysis of two hydrological models with different glacier parameterisations for climate impact assessment and water resources management in the Syrdarya Basin …
A Gafurov, D Duethmann, N Agaltseva, A Merkushkin, A Pak, D Kriegel, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 8610, 2014
Water balance modeling under data sparse conditions using globally available data
A Gafurov
Geophysical Research Abstracts 8, 07829, 2006
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