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Atabek Umirbekov

Atabek Umirbekov

Atabek Umirbekov

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Publikationen und Vorträge

Artikel (referiert)

; ; ; (2024) Heterogeneous effects of weather extremes on different dimensions of poverty in Kyrgyzstan. Environmental Research Letters 19 (1)

; ; (2024) GEMS v1.0: Generalizable Empirical Model of Snow Accumulation and Melt, based on daily snow mass changes in response to climate and topographic drivers. Geoscientific Model Development 17 (2): 911–929.

; ; ; (2022) Comparing the performance of high-resolution global precipitation products across topographic and climatic gradients of Central Asia. International Journal of Climatology 42 (11): 5554-5569.

; ; ; ; (2022) Post-Soviet changes in cropping practices in the irrigated drylands of the Aral Sea basin. Environmental Research Letters 17 (9)

; ; (2022) Regionalization of climate teleconnections across Central Asian mountains improves the predictability of seasonal precipitation. Environmental Research Letters 17 (5)

; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; (2021) Central Asian rivers under climate change: Impacts assessment in eight representative catchments. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 34

; ; ; ; ; ; (2021) Rapid assessment of climate risks for irrigated agriculture in two river basins in the Aral Sea Basin. Agricultural Water Management 243

Weitere Publikationen

; (2024) SWECA: High-resolution daily Snow Water Equivalent estimates for Mountainous Central Asia (1979–2016). Zenodo.

; ; ; ; (2022) Landsat-based maps of cropping practices in the irrigated drylands of the Aral Sea Basin (1987-2019).

; ; (2022) Water–agriculture–energy nexus in Central Asia through the lens of climate change.

; ; ; ; (2022) Excessive use of natural resources and sectoral over-reliance are behind Central Asia's vulnerability to compound climate challenges. CAREC Institute.

; ; ; ; (2022) Regional cooperation is key for overcoming climate challenges along water-agriculture-energy nexus in Central Asia. CAREC Institute.

; ; (2022) Water–agriculture–energy nexus in Central Asia through the lens of climate change. CAREC Institute.

; ; ; (2020) Climate vulnerability, infrastructure, finance and governance in CAREC region.

; ; (2020) Determinants of vulnerability to climate-induced water stress in CAREC.

Poster

; ; ; (2023) Multidimensional poverty impact of extreme weather events: Evidence from Kyrgyzstan. Lindau, Schweiz, 20.04.2023 - 21.04.2023.

Vorträge

; ; ; ; ; (2024) Long-term dynamics of crop water consumption in the irrigated lands of the Amu Darya basin. The European Geosciences Union's annual General Assembly 2024, Vienna, Oesterreich.

; ; ; (2023) Multidimensional poverty impact of climate shocks: Evidence from Kyrgyzstan. IGLS Forum, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Deutschland.

; ; ; (2023) Multidimensional poverty impact of extreme weather events: Evidence from Kyrgyzstan. 11th ASAE International Conference, Tokyo, Japan.

; ; ; ; (2023) Dynamics of crop water consumption in the Amu Darya Basin. American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA.

; (2023) Simulating mountain snowpack and seasonal water availability in Central Asia. SUSADICA final symposium, Tashkent, Usbekistan.

; ; ; ; ; ; ; (2021) Post-Soviet changes in irrigated crop production in the Amu Darya Basin. EGU General Assembly 2021, Online, Deutschland.

; ; ; (2021) Evaluation of merged satellite, gauge, and reanalysis-based high-resolution precipitation products using independent gauging stations over Central Asia. American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA & online, USA.

; (2020) Ocean-atmospheric anomalies and simulated snow cover data improve statistical forecasts of seasonal discharge in Central Asia. AGU Fall Meeting 2020, San Francisco (online), USA.

(2020) CAREC regional climate vulnerability index. Climate Change Regional Policy Dialogue: Learning from the COVID-19 Pandemic, Tokio (online), Japan.