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Vahid Naeimi, Zoltan Bartalis, and Wolfgang Wagner

. 10.1175/JHM-388.1 Early, D. S. , and Long D. G. , 1997 : Azimuth modulation of C-band scatterometer sigma-0 over southern ocean sea ice. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens. , 35 , 1201 – 1209 . 10.1109/36.628787 Figa-Saldaña, J. , Wilson J. J. W. , Attema E. , Gelsthorpe R. , Drinkwater M. R. , and Stoffelen A. , 2002 : The advanced scatterometer (ASCAT) on the meteorological operational (MetOp) platform: A follow on for European wind scatterometers. Can. J. Remote Sens

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M. F. P. Bierkens and L. P. H. van Beek

components of the climate system, such as sea surface temperature (SST) and related large-scale atmospheric circulation patterns ( Cullen et al. 2002 ; Peterson et al. 2002 ; Tootle et al. 2005 ). In Europe, the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) is considered to be the strongest driver of interyear climate variability ( Hurrell and van Loon 1997 ; Appenzeller et al. 1998 ) and the main factor explaining anomalies in winter precipitation and temperature ( Hurrell 1995 ). Owing to the connection between

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J. M. Schuurmans and M. F. P. Bierkens

–Meuse delta (low elevation and peat and clay of the last 4000 yr; Berendsen and Stouthamer 2000 ), which onlaps coversands and sandur outwash deposits in front of a Saalian ice-pushed ridge (high elevation and 150 000 yr old; Busschers et al. 2007 ). Figure 1b shows the elevation together with the location of the rain gauges and the soil moisture measurements, land use, and soil types of the Langbroekerwetering. For a description of the soil types, we refer to Table 1 . At the higher elevations

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