LA COUR DES MIRACLES DE L’HYDROLOGIE

Cemagref    
     Paris,18-20 juin 2008
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Vazken Andréassian
 Hydrologue 

  Domaines de compétence  Gestion des bassins versants, Ressources en eau, Crues, Hydrologie forestière

 

 

 

M. Vazken Andréassian
Cemagref
UR Hydrosystèmes et bioprocédés (HBAN)
Parc de Tourvoie BP 44 F
92163 ANTONY Cedex

01 40 96 62 58
01 40 96 61 99
Email : vazken.andreassian@cemagref.fr

Formation

2005

Habilitation à diriger les recherches, Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6)

2002

Docteur en Hydrologie, Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6)

1992 Ingénieur du Génie Rural, des Eaux et des Forêts, ENGREF
1992 Master of Sciences, Gestion des Bassins Versants (Watershed Management), University of Arizona

1990

Ingénieur Agronome, INA-PG

Expérience

Depuis 1997 :

Chef de l'équipe Hydrologie au sein de l'Unité de Recherche "Qualité et Fonctionnement Hydrologique des Systèmes Aquatiques" du Cemagref, Antony.

Depuis 1995 :

Ingénieur/Chercheur à la division Hydrologie du Cemagref puis à l'Unité de Recherche "Qualité et Fonctionnement Hydrologique des Systèmes Aquatiques" du Cemagref, Antony. Recherche axée sur la détection des changements dans le comportement hydrologique des bassins versants, la modélisation pluie-débit et ses applications (prévision de crue, étude des ressources en eau).

Mars à août 1995

Chef de projet adjoint, Banque Arménienne Coopérative de Crédit Agricole (ACBA)

Avril 1993 à février 1995

Chargé de la Coopération Scientifique et Technique à l'Ambassade de France en Arménie.

Participation à des Missions d’expertise

2002

Mission d’expertise sur le partage des eaux de la rivière Hasbani et de la source Wazzani entre le Liban et Israël (Ministère des Affaires Etrangères).

2001

Mission d’expertise sur les crues de décembre 2000 et janvier 2001 en Bretagne

Publications dans des revues scientifiques

2007
Oudin, L., V. Andréassian, C. Perrin, C. Michel and N. Le Moine. 2007. Spatial proximity, physical similarity and ungaged catchments: a comparison based on 913 French catchments. Water Resources Research (in press).

Payan J.-L., C. Perrin, C. Michel and V. Andréassian. 2007. Can we account for man-made reservoirs in a lumped rainfall-runoff model? Water Resources Research (in press).

Andréassian, V., C. Loumagne, T. Mathevet, C. Michel, L. Oudin, C. Perrin. 2007. What is really undermining hydrologic science today? Hydrological Processes, 21:2819-2822.

Le Moine, N., Andréassian, V., Perrin, C., and Michel, C., 2007. How can rainfall-runoff models handle intercatchment groundwater flows? Theoretical study over 1040 French catchments. Water Resources Research, 43, W06428, doi:10.1029/2006WR005608.

Perrin, C., Oudin, L., Andréassian, V., Rojas-Serna, C., Michel, C. and Mathevet, T., 2007. Impact of limited streamflow knowledge on the efficiency and the parameters of rainfall-runoff models. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 52(1): 131-151.

2006
Anctil, F., Lauzon, N., Andréassian, V., Oudin, L. and Perrin, C., 2006. Improvement of rainfall-runoff forecasts through mean areal rainfall optimization. Journal of Hydrology, 328(3-4): 717-725.

Mouelhi, S., Michel, C., Perrin, C. and Andréassian, V., 2006. Linking stream flow to rainfall at the annual time step: the Manabe bucket model revisited. Journal of Hydrology, 328(1-2): 283-296.

Perrin, C., Dilks, C., Bärlund, I., Payan, J.L. and Andréassian, V., 2006. Use of simple rainfall-runoff models as a baseline for the benchmarking of the hydrological component of complex catchment models. Large Rivers (Archiv für Hydrobiologie Suppl.), 17(1-2): 75-96.

Perrin, C., Andréassian, V. and Michel, C., 2006. Simple benchmark models as a basis for criteria of model efficiency. Large Rivers (Archiv für Hydrobiologie Suppl.), 17(1-2): 221-244.

Oudin, L., Andréassian, V., Mathevet, T., Perrin, C., and Michel, C., 2006. Dynamic averaging of rainfall-runoff model simulations from complementary model parameterizations. Water Resources Research, 42(7), W07410, doi:10.1029/2005WR004636.

Oudin, L., Perrin, C., Mathevet, T., Andréassian, V. and Michel, C., 2006. Impact of biased and randomly corrupted inputs on the efficiency and the parameters of watershed models. Journal of Hydrology, 320:62-83.

Duan, Q., Schaake, J., Andréassian, V., Franks, S., Goteti, G., Gupta, H.V., Gusev, Y.M., Habets, F., Hall, A., Hay, L., Hogue, T., Huang, M., Leavesley, G., Liang, X., Nasonova, O.N., Noilhan, J., Oudin, L., Sorooshian, S., Wagener, T. and Wood, E.F., 2006. Model Parameter Estimation Experiment (MOPEX): an overview of science strategy and major results from the second and third workshops. Journal of Hydrology, 320:3-17.

Mouelhi, S., C. Michel, C. Perrin, and V. Andréassian, 2006. Stepwise development of a two-parameter monthly water balance model. Journal of Hydrology, 318: 200-214.

200
5
Oudin, L., C. Michel, V. Andréassian, F. Anctil, and C. Loumagne, 2005. Should Bouchet's hypothesis be taken into account for estimating evapotranspiration in rainfall-runoff modeling? An assessment over 308 catchments. Hydrological Processes, 19: 4093-4106.

Moulin, L., Perrin, C., Michel, C. and Andréassian, V., 2005. Prise en compte de barrages-réservoirs dans un modèle pluie-débit global : application au cas du bassin de la Seine amont. La Houille Blanche(5): 79-87.

Oudin, L., F. Hervieu, C. Michel, C. Perrin, V. Andréassian, F. Anctil, and C. Loumagne, 2005. Which potential evapotranspiration input for a lumped rainfall-runoff model? - Part 2 - Towards a simple and efficient potential evapotranspiration model for rainfall-runoff modelling. Journal of Hydrology, 303(1-4): 290-306.

Michel, C., V. Andréassian, and C. Perrin, 2005. The SCS-Curve Number method: How to mend a wrong soil-moisture accounting procedure? Water Resources Research, 41(2): doi:10.1029/2004WR003191.

Oudin, L., V. Andréassian, C. Perrin, and F. Anctil, 2005. Locating the sources of low-pass behaviour within rainfall-runoff models. Water Resources Research, 40(11): doi:10.1029/2004WR003291.

Cosandey, C., V. Andréassian, C. Martin, J.-F. Didon-Lescot, J. Lavabre, N. Folton, N. Mathys, and D. Richard, 2005. The hydrological impact of the Mediterranean forest: a review of French research. Journal of Hydrology, 301(1-4): 235-249.

200
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Andréassian, V., A. Oddos, C. Michel, F. Anctil, C. Perrin, and C. Loumagne, 2004. Impact of spatial aggregation of inputs and parameters on the efficiency of rainfall-runoff models: a theoretical study using chimera watersheds. Water Resources Research, 40(5): W05209, doi: 10.1029/2003WR002854.

Andréassian, V.
, 2004. Waters and Forests: from historical controversy to scientific debate. Journal of Hydrology, 291(1-2): 1-27.

Andréassian, V.
, 2004. Couvert forestier et comportement hydrologique des bassins versants. La Houille Blanche, n°2: 31-35
Anctil, F., C. Perrin, and V. Andréassian, 2004. Impact of the length of observed records on the performance of ANN and of conceptual parsimonious rainfall-runoff forecasting models. Environmental Modelling and Software, 19(4): 357-368.

Andréassian, V.
, C. Perrin, and C. Michel, 2004. Impact of imperfect potential evapotranspiration knowledge on the efficiency and parameters of watershed models. Journal of Hydrology, 286: 19-35.

Anctil, F., C. Michel, C. Perrin, and V. Andréassian, 2004. A soil moisture index as an auxiliary ANN input for stream flow forecasting. Journal of Hydrology, 286: 155-167.

2003

Anctil, F., C. Perrin, and V. Andréassian, 2003. ANN output updating of lumped conceptual rainfall-runoff forecasting models. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 39(5): 1269-1280.
Andréassian, V., E. Parent, and C. Michel, 2003. A distribution-free test to detect gradual changes in watershed behavior. Water Resources Research, 39(9): 1252, doi:10.1029/2003WR002081.
Perrin, C., C. Michel, and V. Andréassian, 2003. Improvement of a parsimonious model for streamflow simulation. Journal of Hydrology, 279: 275-289.

Wasson, J.-G., M.-H. Tusseau-Vuillemin, V. Andréassian, C. Perrin, J.-B. Faure, O. Barreteau, M. Bousquet, and B. Chastan, 2003. What kind of water models are needed for the implementation of the European Water Framework Directive? Examples from France. International Journal of River Basin Management, 1(2): 1-11.

Michel, C., C. Perrin, and V. Andréassian, 2003. The exponential store: a correct formulation for rainfall–runoff modelling. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 48(1): 109-124.

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2
Lavabre, J., V. Andréassian, and O. Laroussinie, 2002. Les eaux et les forêts. La forêt : un outil de gestion des eaux? La Houille Blanche, n°3: 72-77.

2001

Andréassian, V., C. Perrin, C. Michel, I. Usart-Sanchez and J. Lavabre, 2001. Impact of Imperfect Rainfall Knowledge on the Efficiency and the Parameters of Watershed Models. Journal of Hydrology, 250 (1-4): 206-223.

Perrin, C., C. Michel and V. Andréassian, 2001. Does a large number of parameters enhance model performance? Comparative assessment of common catchment model structures on 429 catchments. Journal of Hydrology, 242 (3-4): 275-301.

1999

Meybeck, M., Z. Idlafkih, N. Fauchon and V. Andréassian. 1999. Spatial and temporal variability of Total Suspended Solids in the Seine basin. Hydrobiologia, 410: 295-306.

1998

Meybeck, M., M. Akopian and V. Andréassian, 1998. Le lac Sévan : une catastrophe annoncée. La Recherche, 310: 34-36.

Livres

Andréassian, V., V. Sarkissian, W. Chełmicki, V.Al. Stănescu and R. Moussa, 2005. Dictionary of hydrological engineering: English, French, Armenian, Russian, Polish, Romanian, Arabic. Cemagref éditions, Antony. 214 p. http://www.cemagref.fr/Informations/Produits/Lexique_hydro/index.html

Lavabre, J. and V. Andréassian, 2000. Eaux et forêts. La forêt : un outil de gestion des eaux ? Cemagref, Antony. 147 p. Sarkissian, V. and V. Andréassian. 1995. Lexique des sciences hydrologiques : Anglais-Français-Arménien-Russe. Erevan. 149 p.

Chapitres de livres

Le Moine, N., Andréassian, V., Perrin, C. and Michel, C., 2007. 'Outlier' catchments: what can we learn from them in terms of prediction uncertainty in rainfall-runoff modelling? In: E. Boegh et al. (Editors), Quantification and Reduction of Predictive Uncertainty for Sustainable Water Resources Management, IAHS Publication 313. IAHS Press, Wallingford, pp. 195-203.

Oudin, L., Andréassian, V., Rojas-Serna, C., Le Moine, N. and Michel, C., 2007. Testing similarity indices to reduce predictive uncertainty in ungauged basins. In: E. Boegh et al. (Editors), Quantification and Reduction of Predictive Uncertainty for Sustainable Water Resources Management, IAHS Publication 313. IAHS Press, Wallingford, pp. 303-310.

Andréassian, V., A. Hall, N. Chahinian, J. Schaake (editors), 2006. Large sample basin experiments for hydrological model parameterization. IAHS (Red Book Series N°307), Wallingford. 347 p.

Andréassian, V., S. Bergström, N. Chahinian, Q. Duan, I. Littlewood, T. Mathevet, C. Michel, A. Montanari, G. Moretti, R. Moussa, O. Nasonova, K. O’Connor, E. Paquet, C. Perrin, A. Rousseau, J. Schaake, T. Wagener, Z. Xie. 2006. Catalogue of the models used in MOPEX 2004/2005. In: Andréassian, V., A. Hall, N. Chahinian, J. Schaake (editors), Large sample basin experiments for hydrological model parameterization. IAHS (Red Book Series N°307), Wallingford, p. 41-93.

Chahinian, N., V. Andréassian, Q. Duan, V. Fortin, H. Gupta, T. Hogue, T. Mathevet, A. Montanari, G. Moretti, R. Moussa, C. Perrin, J. Schaake, T. Wagener, Z. Xie. 2006. Compilation of the MOPEX 2004 results. In: Andréassian, V., A. Hall, N. Chahinian, J. Schaake (editors), Large sample basin experiments for hydrological model parameterization. IAHS (Red Book Series N°307), Wallingford, p. 313-338.

Chahinian, N., T. Mathevet, F. Habets, V. Andréassian. 2006. The MOPEX 2004 French database: main hydrological and morphological characteristics. In: Andréassian, V., A. Hall, N. Chahinian, J. Schaake (editors), Large sample basin experiments for hydrological model parameterization. IAHS (Red Book Series N°307), Wallingford, p. 29-40.

Mathevet, T., C. Michel, V. Andréassian, C. Perrin. 2006. A bounded version of the Nash-Sutcliffe criterion for better model assessment on large sets of basins. In: Andréassian, V., A. Hall, N. Chahinian, J. Schaake (editors), Large sample basin experiments for hydrological model parameterization. IAHS (Red Book Series N°307), Wallingford, p. 211-219.

Michel, C., C. Perrin, V. Andréassian, L. Oudin, T. Mathevet. 2006. Has basin-scale modelling advanced beyond empiricism? In: Andréassian, V., A. Hall, N. Chahinian, J. Schaake (editors), Large sample basin experiments for hydrological model parameterization. IAHS (Red Book Series N°307), Wallingford, p. 108-116

Oudin, L., V. Andréassian, C. Loumagne, C. Michel. 2006. How informative is land-cover for the regionalisation of the GR4J rainfall-runoff model? Lessons of a downward approach. In: Andréassian, V., A. Hall, N. Chahinian, J. Schaake (editors), Large sample basin experiments for hydrological model parameterization. IAHS (Red Book Series N°307), Wallingford, p. 246-255.

Rojas-Serna, C., C. Michel, C. Perrin, V. Andréassian. 2006. Ungauged catchments: How make the most of a few streamflow measurements ? In: Andréassian, V., A. Hall, N. Chahinian, J. Schaake (editors), Large sample basin experiments for hydrological model parameterization. IAHS (Red Book Series N°307), Wallingford, p. 230-236.

Wagener, T., T. Hogue, J. Schaake, Q. Duan, H. Gupta, V. Andréassian, A. Hall, G. Leavesley. 2006. The Model Parameter Estimation Experiment (MOPEX): Its structure, connection to other international initiatives and future directions. In: Andréassian, V., A. Hall, N. Chahinian, J. Schaake (editors), Large sample basin experiments for hydrological model parameterization. IAHS (Red Book Series N°307), Wallingford, p. 339-346.

Andréassian, V., O. Barreteau, M. Bousquet, B. Chastan, J.-B. Faure, C. Perrin, M.-H. Tusseau-Vuillemin, and J.-G. Wasson, 2000. What kind of water models are needed for the implementation of the European Water Framework Directive? In : M. Menéndez Prieto, editor. Seventh Euraqua scientific and technical review. Euraqua, Madrid, pp. 31-46.

Andréassian, V., 1999. Analyse de l'action de l'homme sur le comportement des bassins versants et le régime des crues. In: Leblois, E., L'influence humaine dans l'origine des crues. Cemagref éditions, pp. 47-65.

Andréassian, V., 1999. La perception sociale de l'influence humaine sur le régime des crues. In: Leblois, E., L'influence humaine dans l'origine des crues. Cemagref éditions, pp. 15-18.

Andréassian, V., 1999. Utilisation de modèles pluie-débit simples pour analyser l'impact de l'évolution du couvert végétal sur l'hydrologie des bassins versants. In : Mathys, N., Les bassins versants expérimentaux de Draix, laboratoire d'étude de l'érosion en montagne. Cemagref éditions, Antony. pp 77-87.

Andréassian, V. and E. Gaume, 1998. Comment les besoins en eau évolueront-ils? Prospective à l'horizon 2025. In: J. Margat and J.-R. Tiercelin, L'eau en questions. Romillat, Paris. pp 123-148.

Meybeck, M., J.-M. Mouchel, Z. Idlafkih, V. Andréassian and S. Thibert, 1998. Transferts d’eau, de matières dissoute et particulaire dans le réseau fluvial. In : M. Meybeck, G. de Marsily and E. Fustec, La Seine en son bassin : fonctionnement écologique d’un système fluvial anthropisé. Elsevier, Paris. pp 345-389.

Publications grand public

Andréassian, V. et J. Lerat, 2007. Le surprenant cycle de l’eau. Editions le Pommier, 59 p.
Andréassian, V. et J. Margat, 2005. Allons-nous manquer d’eau ? Editions le Pommier, 59 p.
Andréassian, V., 2005. Pourquoi les rivières débordent-elles ? Editions le Pommier, 63 p.

Liens utiles

Thèses

Andréassian, V., 2005 Three riddles in hydrological modelling. Habilitation Thesis, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, 154 pp.
Andréassian, V., 2002. Impact de l'évolution du couvert forestier sur le comportement hydrologique des bassins versants. Ph.D. Thesis, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, 781 pp.
Andréassian, V. 1992. Comparative Hydrology of Mediterranean shrublands. MS Thesis. University of Arizona, Tucson. 139 p.

Sociétés scientifiques

  • Comité National Français des Sciences Hydrologiques (CNFSH)
  • International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IASH)
  • American Geophysical Union (AGU)

@ Cemagref, Mise à jour le 30/06/2010