Carmen de Jong
(Dr. Habil, MA Hons.)
Professor

Mountain Centre
University of Savoy
F 77376 Le Bourget-du-Lac
France

E-mail : dejong.carmen@neuf.fr
Phone : 00 33 (0) 479 75 8152
Fax : 00 33 (0) 479 75 8171


Education 

2006

2005


1993



1989

Qualification for Professor, Section 23, CNU Paris, France

Habilitation : “Floods and droughts: Water Balance and Sediment Transport in Mountain Regions”, Department of Geography, University of Bonn, Germany

Dr. rer .nat “Temporal and spatial interactions between river bed roughness, geometry, bedload transport and flow hydraulics in mountain streams – examples from Squaw Creek (Montana, USA) and Lainbach/Schmiedlaine (Upper Bavaria, Germany), Institute of Geographical Sciences, Free University of Berlin, Germany

Master of Arts , Department of Geography, Physical Geography, University of Aberdeen, Scotland

Positions held

since 2009

2006-2009


2005

2002-2006

2000-2001

1996-2002

1995

1994

1991-1993

1989-1990

Professor, Mountain Centre, University of Savoy, France

Professor and Research Manager, The Mountain Institute,
University of Savoy, France

Visiting Professor, Faculty of Geography & Management, University of Strasbourg, France

Project Manager and Lecturer, Department of Geography, University of Bonn, Germany.

Lecturer, Department of Geocology, University of Potsdam, Germany

Project Manager and Lecturer, FU Berlin, Germany

Postdoctoral Fellow, WSL Birmensdorf, Switzerland

Postdoctoral Fellow, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

PhD Fellow of the Studienstiftung, FU Berlin, Germany

Visiting Research Fellow, Department of Geography, University of Aberdeen, Scotland

Functions

2011 - 2013


2012



Since 2011



Since 2011


2007 - 2009

European Co-Chair: Gordon Research Conferences. Catchment Sciences:
Interactions of Hydrology, Biology & Geochemistry

Steering Committee Member: Liechtenstein Congress for Sustainable
Development and Responsible Investing 2012,
www.uni.li/li- congress

Steering Committee Member: European Dialogue Platform on Climate
Change Adaptation and the Water and Energy Nexus, EWP
www.ewp.eu/activities/water-and-energy-climate-cca/objectives- and-activities/

Scientific Advisory Committee Member: IAHS PUB, 2011 Putting PUB into Practice,
www.iahs-pub.org/pub2011/pub2011_presentations.php

Past President of Cryospheric Sciences at the EGU (2007 - 2009)

Director of UMS 3046 CNRS Montagne (2007 - 2009)

Fields of interest  

Mountain, Arctic and Arid regions
Alpine hydrology
Alpine climatology, especially evapotranspiration and snow sublimation
Fluvial geomorphology, especially sediment transport
Arctic proglacial geomorphology
Hydrological modelling and water resources management in mountain areas and arid zones.
Decision Support Systems, including stakeholder participation.

Research Regions   Alps, High Atlas (Morocco), Giant Mountains (Poland), Rockies (Montana, USA), West Greenland

Research Projects

2008-2010






2002-2006




1996 - 2002


1995


1994

1991-1993

2000


2000

1995


1993

1991

Initiator and Lead Partner of Alpine Space Interreg project Alp-Water-Scarce Water Management Strategies against Water Scarcity in the Alps (www.alpwaterscarce.eu) 2008-2011 with 17 partners in 5 countries (Budget 4 Million Euros)

Workpackage Leader in Alpine Space Interreg project ClimAlpTour Climatea Change Impacts on Tourism in the Alpine Region ( www.climaptour.eu) with 16 partners in 6 countries (Budget 3.4 mill. Euros)

Co-ordinator: Hydrological and climatological investigations in the High Atlas Mountains and in the Drâa catchment GLOWA-IMPETUS (Integrative Management Project for Efficient and Sustainable Use of Water in West Africa, BMBF (Ministry for Sciences and Technology)


Co-ordinator: Regional Investigations of Water Balance and in particular Evaporation in the alpine Catchment of the Rhine : Dischma valley/Davos” Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt [Federal German Environmental Foundation]

Co-ordinator: Regional Evaporation in High Mountains, pilot project,
FU Berlin

Co-ordinator: “VERDI” (VERdunstung DIschma), pilot project, FU Berlin

Member: GESINUS (German-SINO Unsteady Sediment transport research group), VW Foundation

Member: "Erosion and Stability of Slopes and river beds in alpine river beds" EU programme 4th Framework Directive: EROSLOPE

Participation: THARMIT (Torrential Hazard Control in the European Alps - Risk Mitigation and Practical Tools), EU

Participation: RIPFOR (Hydraulic, Sedimentological and Ecological Problems of Multifunctional Riparian Forest Management), EU

Participation: DEBFLOW (Debris Flow Measurement and Risks), EU

Participation: EROSLOPE II (Erosion and Slope Stability), EU

Participation: BEDLOAD EXCHANGE Interactions between river bed and bedload transport, Squaw Creek, Montana, USA): Investigations on the dynamics of river beds under natural conditions . DFG (German Research Council).

Prizes 1994

Lausanne award for PhD thesis in Physical Geography from the IAHS-IAH (International Association of Hydrological Sciences and International Association of Hydrogeologists)

International / National memberships

2004
2001
2001
2000
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1997
1996
1996
1993
1994
1993
1992
1990
1988

IEMSS (International Environmental Modelling and Software Society)
MRI (Mountain Research Initiative), Bern, Switerland
EAF (Europäische Akademie für Frauen in Politik und Wirtschaft), Berlin.
MRG (Mountain Research Group), Oxford, UK.
MSG (Mountain Speciality Group of the Association of American Geographers)
AK Hochgebirgsökologie (High Mountain Ecology)
German-Pakistan Forum (Berlin)
WITEC (Women in Technology), de l'UE.
EGS / EGU (European Geophysical Society /Geosciences Union)
AK Hydrology of the German Geographers
GESINUS (German Sino Unsteady Sediment Transport Research Group)
IAHS (International Association of Hydrological Sciences)
GfE (Gesellschaft für Erdkunde) Berlin (Geographical Society Berlin)
BGRG (British Geomorphological Research Group)

     
Publications  

Edited books and Special Issues

de Jong, C., Lawler, D. and Essery, R. (Eds) (2009) Mountain Hydroclimatology and Snow Seasonality. Special Issue Hydrological Processes 22, 0–0 (2008), Wiley InterScience, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7193.

de Jong, C., Collins, D. and Ranzi, R. (2005). Climate and Hydrology in Mountain Areas. John Wiley and Sons (pp. 384).

de Jong, C, Whelan, F. and Messerli, B. (2005) Water balance of high mountain basins. Special Issue of Hydrological Processes . Vol. 19 (12), p. 2323-2449.

Corripio, J. and de Jong, C. (2005) Mountain Waters: Climate and hydrological sensitivity. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Vol. 8:6, p. 1015 - 1089.

de Jong, C. (1995) Temporal and spatial interactions between river bed roughness, geometry, bedload transport and flow hydraulics in mountain streams - examples from Squaw Creek, Montana, USA and Lainbach / Schmiedliane, Upper Bavaria, Germany. Berliner Geographische Abhandlungen . 59. ISBN. 3-88009-060-2.

Theses and habilitation

de Jong, C. (2005) Floods and droughts: on water balance and sediment transport in high mountain areas. Habilitation thesis, Geographical Institute, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Bonn.

de Jong, C. (1995) Temporal and spatial interactions between river bed roughness, geometry, bedload transport and flow hydraulics in mountain streams - examples from Squaw Creek, Montana, USA and Lainbach / Schmiedliane, Upper Bavaria, Germany. Doctoral thesis, Institute of Geographical Sciences, University of Berlin.

de Jong, C. (1988) Channel change on two contrasting pro-glacial river fans, West Greenland.
Thesis for Master of Arts Honours Degree in Physical Geography, Geography Department,
University of Aberdeen.

Book chapters

Artificial Snow

de Jong, C. Artificial Modification of Snow, for the Encyclopaedia of Snow, Ice and Glaciers (Eds. Haritashya, U.K. Singh, P. et Singh, V.P). Springer, p. 6

Water Resources Management (International)

de Jong, C. (2007). Impounded rivers: aridification and geomorphological risks. Reducing the Vulnerability of Societies to Water Related Risks at the Basin Scale. Proceedings of the third International Symposium on Integrated water Resources Management, Bochum, Germany, September 2006. IAHS Publ. 317, 2007, p. 123-129.

de Jong, C., S. Cappy, and M. Finckh and D. Funk (2008). A transdisciplinary analysis of water problems in the mountainous karst areas of Morocco, Special Issue “Engineering and environmental problems in karst, Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards in Karst Areas ” (Eds) Parise, M. and De Waele, J. Volume 99, Issues 3-4, p.228-238.

de Jong, C., Makroum, K. Leavesley, G. (2006). Developing an oasis-based irrigation management tool for a large semi-arid mountainous catchment in Morocco. Bridging the gaps between design and use: developing appropriate tools for environmental management and policy. (Eds) Voinov, A. Transactions of the 3nd Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society., Burlington, USA.

de Jong, C., Machauer, R., Leavesley, G., Cappy, S. Poete, P., Schulz, O. (2005). Integrated hydrological modelling concepts for a peripheral mountainous semi-arid basin in southern Morocco. EU proceed. "Geomatics for Land and Water management: achievements and challenges in the Euromed context". (Eds) Paracchini, M.L. & Escadafal,R.

de Jong, C. Machauer, C., Reichert, B., Cappy, S, Viger, R., Leavesley, G, (2004). An integrated geomorphological and hydrogeological MMS modeling framework for a semi-arid mountain basin in the High Atlas, southern Morocco. Pahl-Wostl, C., Schmidt, S., Rizzoli, A.E. and Jakeman, A.J.(eds), Complexity and Integrated Resources Management, Transactions of the 2nd Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, iEMSs: Manno, Switzerland, 2004. ISBN 88-900787-1-5, p. 736-741.

Evapotranspiration and Condensation, Alps and Giant Mountains

de Jong, C., Mundelius, M., Migala, K. (2005). Comparison of evapotranspiration and condensation measurements between the Giant Mountains and the Alps. (Eds.) de Jong, C., Collins, D and Ranzi, R. Climate and Hydrology in Mountain Areas. J. Wiley & Sons. p. 161 - 184.

de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P., Borufka, M, Dresen, M. Köcher, A. (2005). Geomorphological zoning: an improvement to coupling hydrology and meteorology? (Eds.) de Jong, C., Collins, D and Ranzi, R. Climate and Hydrology in Mountain Areas. J. Wiley and Sons. p. 247 - 260.

de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P. (1996). Spatial variations of daily evaporation rates in a high alpine valley. Ecohydrology of High Mountain Areas, (eds). Chalise, S.R., Hermann, A., Lang, H., Molnar, L., Khanal, N.R.), ICIMOD Publication, Kathmandu, p. 235-243.

Bedload transport and bed geometry, Alps and Rockies

Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C. (2004). Perspectives on bedload measurement. Erosion and Sediment Transport Measurement: Technological and Methodological Advances, In J. Bogen, Fergus, T. & Walling, D. (eds). International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication. 283, p. 113-126.

de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P., (1998). Dynamic roughness, sediment transport and flow structures in a mountain stream. P.C. Klingeman, R.L. Beschta, P.D. Komar, J.B. Bradley (Eds), Gravel-bed Rivers in the Environment. Water Resources Publications, Colorado, p. 39-60. Télécharger l'article au format pdf [17,1 Mo].

Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C. (1996). Linking hydraulics, bedload transport and river bed adjustment with the conceptual FAST model. Coherent flow structures in open channels. P. J. Ashworth, S. J. Bennett, J. L. Best and S. J. McLelland. Chichester, John Wiley and Sons, p. 655-680.

de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P. (1995). Interrelations between mountain valley form and river bed arrangement. (Ed) O. Hickin, River Geomorphology, J. Wiley & Sons, Ch.4, p. 55-91.

Ergenzinger, P. de Jong, C, Laronne, J., Reid, I. (1994). Short term temporal variations in bedload transport rates: Squaw Creek, Montana and Nahal Yattir, and Nahal Eschtemoa, Israel. In P. Ergenzinger & K. Schmidt (Ed.), Dynamics and Geomorphology of Mountain Rivers, Benediktbeuern: Springer Verlag, p. 252-264.

Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C., Christaller, G. (1994). Interrelationships between bedload transfer and river bed adjustment in mountain rivers. In M. Kirkby (Ed.), Process Models and Theoretical Geomorphology, Leeds: J.Wiley & Sons, p.141-158.

Diepenbroek, M., de Jong, C. (1994). Quantification of textural particle characteristics by image analysis - examples from active and paleo-surfaces in steep, coarse-grained mountain environments. In P. Ergenzinger & K. Schmidt (Ed.), Dynamics and Geomorphology of Mountain Rivers, Benediktbeuern: Springer Verlag, p. 301-314.

de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P. (1994). Interpreting the temporal and spatial dynamics of bedload transport phases according to F.A.S.T. (Fluid And Sediment Transfer). Variability in Stream Erosion and Sediment Transport. (Ed.) Olive, L. Canberra: AIHS-IAHS Publication, V. 224, p. 25-31.

de Jong, C. (1994). The significance of extreme events in the development of mountain river beds. Variability in Stream Erosion and Sediment Transport. (Ed.) Olive, L, J., Loughran, R.J., & Kesby, J.A.: AIHS-IAHS Publication., p. 13-24.

Ergenzinger, P., Reid, I., Laronne, J. B., de Jong, C. (1992). Short term temporal variations in the spatial pattern of bedload transport rate : Squaw Creek, Montana, USA and Nahal Yattir & Eshtemoa, Israel. In J. Bogen, (Ed.), Erosion and Sediment Transport Monitoring Programmes in River Basins. AIHS - IAHS Publication. p. 77-81.

de Jong, C. (1992). Measuring changes in micro and macro roughness on mobile gravel beds. In J. Bogen, D. E. Walling, & T. Day (Ed.), Erosion and Sediment Transport Monitoring Programmes in River Basins, International AIHS-IAHS Publication, Publ. No. 210, p. 31-40.

de Jong, C. (1992). The dynamics of a catastrophic flood/multiple debris flow in the Schmiedlaine, S.Germany. In D. E. Walling, T. R. Davies, & B. Hasholt (Eds.), Erosion, Debris Flows and Environment in Mountain Regions, International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication, Publ. No. 209, p. 237-245.

de Jong, C. (1992). Discussion on: Microform roughness elements and the selective entrainment and entrapment of particles in gravel-bed rivers. In R.D.Hey, P.Billi, C.R.Thorne, P.Tacconi. (Eds.), Dynamics of Gravel Bed Rivers. Florence : J. Wiley and Sons, p. 267-272.

Journal Articles

Water Ressources Management

Schoeneich, P. and de Jong, C. (2009). Changes in the Alpine environment. How will the Alpine environment be tomorrow? Journal of Alpine Research, 96, 4. pp. 65-76.

de Jong, C., Lawler, D. and Essery, R. (2009) Mountain Hydroclimatology and Snow Seasonality - Perspectives on climate impacts, snow seasonality and hydrological change in mountain environments Mountain Hydroclimatology and Snow Seasonality, Special Issue of Hydrological Processes, p 955-961.

de Jong C. (2008). Resource conflicts in mountain: source and solutions, Mountain Forum Bulletin Vol. 8 (1), p. 5-7.

de Jong C. (2007). Melting mountain: focus on the European Alps and beyond, Mountain Forum Bulletin Vol. 7 (2), p. 8-10.

Evapotranspiration and Condensation, Alps and Giant Mountains

de Jong, C., Whelan, F., Messerli, B. (2005). The importance of a hydrological research framework for water balance studies in high mountain basins: Special Issue Mountain Hydrology in Hydrological Processes, Vol 19:12, p. 2323-2328.

de Jong, C. (2005). The contribution of condensation to the water cycle under mountain conditions. Special Issue Mountain Hydrology in Hydrological Processes, Vol 19:12, p . 2419-2435.

de Jong, C., List, F.K., Ergenzinger, P.J (2002). Experimental hydrological analyses in the Dischma based on daily and seasonal measurements of evaporation. Nordic Hydrology. Vol. 32 (5), p. 1-14.

Snow sublimation, High Atlas, Morocco

Schulz, O., de Jong, C. (2005). Snowmelt and sublimation - Field experiments and modelling in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences . Vol. 8:6, p. 1076 - 1089.

Bedload transport and mountain torrents, Alps and Rockies

Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C. (2001). The dichotomy of actual torrent catchments: Is there an alpine disease? Intern. Journal of Sediment Research, Vol. 16:2 170-176

Batalla, R., de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P., Sala, M., (1999). Field observations on hyperconcentrated flows in mountain torrents. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 24: 247-253.

de Jong, C. (1998). Tracing flood flows using sedimentary indicators. Special Issue of Morphological Dynamics and Unsteady Sediment Transport, IRTCES, Intern. Journal of Sediment Research, Vol.12, No. 3, S. 413-421.

de Jong, C., P. Ergenzinger (1998). On the nature of temporal and spatial variations in bedload transport. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie Suppl. Bd. 112, S. 29-54.

Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C. (1997). River bed dynamics and bed sediment transport in mountain torrents. Special Issue of Morphological Dynamics and Unsteady Sediment Transport. IRTCES Intern. Journal of Sediment Research, Vol.12, No. 3, p. 80-92.

de Jong, C. (1994). Using the K 3 roughness coefficient for measuring the temporal and spatial variability of roughness on river beds. Intern. Journal of Sediment Research (9), 3, Peking, IRTCES, p.57-64.

Fluvial processes, Greenland and Scotland

de Jong, C. (1992). Thresholds for channel change on two contrasting proglacial river fans, West Greenland. Geografiska Annaler, 74 A(1), 1-12.

de Jong, C. (1991). A re-appraisal of the significance of obstacle clasts in cluster bedform dispersal. Earth Surface Processes & Landforms, 16(8), 737-744.

Russell, A. J., Aitken, J. F., de Jong, C. (1990). Observations on the drainage of an ice-dammed lake in West Greenland. Journal of Glaciology, 36 (122), 72-74.

Russell, A. J., de Jong, C. (1988). Lake drainage mechanisms for the ice-dammed "Oberer Russellsee", Söndre Strömfjord, West Greenland. Zeitschrift für Gletscherkunde und Glazialgeologie, Band 24 (Heft 2), 143-147.

Conference Proceedings

Ski tourism, artificial snow and climate change

de Jong, C. (2009) Economic impacts of climate change (in Italian), +Su, Mountains, for future heights, International conference in Turin, Italy. UNCEM Piemont Delegation, p. 61-73.

de Jong, C. (2009) Ecological environmental change and winter sports: lessons learned from the Alps, prospective for China. Winter Universiade Sport Science Conference (ed. Feng D.) Harbin Engineering University, China, p. 19-32.

de Jong C., Barth, T. (2008). Challenges in Hydrology of Mountain Ski Resorts under Changing Climatic and Human Pressures. ESA Proceedings (Ed.), Surface Water Storage and Runoff: Modeling, In-Situ data and Remote Sensing, Geneva.

de Jong C, Masure P., and T. Barth, (2008). Challenges of alpine catchment management under changing climatic and anthropogenic pressures. iEMSs 2008: International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, Integrating Sciences and Information Technology for Environmental Assessment and Decision Making, 4th Biennial Meeting of iEMSs, M. Sànchez-Marrè, J. Béjar, J. Comas, A. Rizzoli and G. Guariso (Eds.), International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs), p.694- 702.

de Jong C. (2007). Melting mountain: focus on the European Alps and beyond, Mountain Forum Bulletin Vol. 7 (2), p. 8-10.

de Jong C. (2008). Resource conflicts in mountains: sources and solutions, Mountain Forum Bulletin Vol. 8 (1), p. 5-7.

Sustainable Development of the Alps

de Jong, C. (2009) ICT for Sustainable Use of Natural Resources. ICT-Ensure, FP7 project, TU Graz, pp. 54.

de Jong, C. (2009) Climate neutral land use and nutrition (food production). Pilot Study "Climate Neutral Alpine Region by 2050", Alpine Convention and Bavarian Ministry of the Environment, pp. 21.

Water Resources Management, High Atlas, Morocco and European Alps

de Jong, C. (2007) River resilience and dams in mountain areas. 14. German dam Symposium. 7th ICOLD European Club Dam Symposium. Contributions to the Symposium on 17-19th September 2007 in Freising, Germany. Nr. 115, TUM, p.75-80.

Schulz, O., de Jong, C. (2006). “Snow monitoring and hydrological modelling in the Central High Atlas Mountains of Morocco”. (Eds) Ait Hamza, M. und Popp, H., Pour une nouvelle perception des montagnes du Maroc. Colloques et Séminaires FLSH, Rabat.

de Jong, C. (2006). Chapter 8. Neglected aspects of watershed management. Preparing the next generation of watershed management programmes European Regional Workshop der FAO und EOMF (European Observatory of Mountain Forests)., (Hrsg) Hofer, T., Megève, p. 89-99.

Evapotranspiration and Condensation, Alps and Giant Mountains

de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P. (1996). Influence of scale on evaporation modelling in high altitude relief. Ecohydrological Processes in Small Basins, Strasbourg, France, ULP / CNRS, pp. 4.

Bedload transport and mountain torrents, Alps and Rockies

Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C. (1997). Adjustment of a mountain torrent after an extreme event, (Ed. A. Armanini), IAHR, International Workshop on Floods and Inundations related to large earth movements, Trento, Italy, p. 7.

Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C. (1994). Monitoring and modelling the transport of coarse single particles in mountain streams. In: G.V. Cotreneo and R.R. Rumer (Editors), Hydraulic Engineering. ASCE, Buffalo, New York, pp. 634.

Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C. (1993). Processes and effects of solid material transport from catastrophic floods. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conferences EUROPROTECH Conference, (Ed. Verri, G.), CISM. Udine, 153-168.

de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P. (1992). Unsteady flow, bedload transport and bed geometry responses in steep mountain torrents. In P. Larsen & N. Eisenhauer (Ed.), Proc. 5th Intenational Symposium on River Sedimentation. Sediment Management, Vol.1, Karlsruhe: ISRS, p. 185-192.

de Jong, C. (1992). Micro-profiling of mobile gravel beds. In J. Bogen (Ed.), Extended Poster Abstracts of the International Symposium on Erosion and Sediment Transport Monitoring Programmes in River Basins, IAHS Oslo, p. 63-67.

Online article

http://www.agoravox.fr/actualites/sante/article/geneuse-pour-la-neige-84724 Lire l'article.

de Jong, C. (2008). The slippery slope of winter sports. BBC News. Lire l'article.

de Jong, C. (2007). Artificial snow drains mountain resources. EnvironmentalResearchWeb. Lire l'article.

Articles for General Public

de Jong, C. (2010) La production artificielle de la neige. Nature et Patrimoine, pp. 19-24.

de Jong, C. (2011) High Times. European Science and Technology, Vol. 12, p. 271 - 272.

de Jong, C. (2010) Alps under Observation. Science and Technology, Vol 7, p. 166.

de Jong, C. and Maurer, L. (2010) Naturally speaking. Science and Technology, Vol 5, p. 208-209.

de Jong, C. (2009) A seasonal solution. Science and Technology, Vol 4, p. 234-235.

de Jong, C. (2009) River Deep, Fountain High. Science and Technology, Vol 3, p. 143-145.

de Jong, C. (2009) Missing Mountains. Science and Technology, Vol 3, p.1346-147.

de Jong, C. (2009) The Appliance of Science. Environment Issues Winter Sports Technology International, Vol 1, p. 50-54.

Reports

de Jong, C. 2008 Savoy – balancing water demand and water supply under increasing climate change pressures. European Environment Agency. Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in the European Alps: Focus Water Resources. Topic Center “Air and Climate Change”, Copenhagen. EEA/ETC Study conducted by UBA Germany, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact. Research, UBA Austria, European Academy, Bolzano, Environmental Agency of Slovenia in cooperation with Secretariat of the Alpine Convention, Innsbruck.

de Jong, C. (responsible author). Project B2 Water Availability and Soil degradation. Final Report for IMPETUS (Integrative management project for the efficient and sustainable use of freshwater in West Africa. p. 18.

de Jong, C. (responsible author). Project B2 Water Availability and Soil degradation. 3. Report for IMPETUS, pp. 15. (in German)

de Jong, C. (2002). Regional Investigation of water balance and in particular evaporation in the alpine catchment of the Rheins: Dischma valley/Davos. 5. Final Report 600/240 for the D. Bundesstiftung Umwelt, p. 40 (in German).

de Jong, C. (2001). Regional Investigation of water balance and in particular evaporation in the alpine catchment of the Rheins: Dischma valley/Davos. 4. Intermediate Report 600/240 for the D. Bundesstiftung Umwelt, p. 120.

de Jong, C. (2000). Regional Investigation of water balance and in particular evaporation in the alpine catchment of the Rheins: Dischma valley/Davos. 3. Intermediate Report 600/240 for the D. Bundesstiftung Umwelt, p. 1-32.

de Jong, C. (1999). Regional Investigation of water balance and in particular evaporation in the alpine catchment of the Rheins: Dischma valley/Davos. 2. Intermediate Report 600/240 for the D. Bundesstiftung Umwelt, p. 1-22.

de Jong, C. (1998). Regional Investigation of water balance and in particular evaporation in the alpine catchment of the Rheins: Dischma valley/Davos. 1. Intermediate Report 600/240 for the D. Bundesstiftung Umwelt, p. 1-10.

de Jong, C. (1997). Investigations of Regional Evaporation in the Dischma valley (Switzerland). DFG Final Report.

de Jong, C. (1997). Water, bedload dynamics and extreme events in alpine catchments, Review for the German IDNDR-Committee for Natural Disaster Reduction, Serie 8, p. 45.

de Jong, C. (May 1994). Investigations of global change impacts on the hydrological and environmental conditions in the MAGHREB region. Unpublished Report. Potsdam Institute für Klimafolgenforschung, Potsdam. 35 p.

de Jong, C. (1990). Channel change on two contrasting pro-glacial river fans, West Greenland. (West Greenland 1988 Expedition Report, Departmental Discussion Paper, Department of Geography, Aberdeen University.