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  • The Hydrologic cycle and the wisdom of the child
  • The hydrology and caves of the Geevagh and Bricklieve karts, Co. Sligo
  • The main emphasis of the work described here is on the hydrology, both relict and modern, and on the water chemistry as an indicator of hydrologic conditions of the Geevagh and Bricklieve karsts.
  • The hydrology of a peatland catchment in Northern Ireland following channel clearance and land drainage in Man's impact on the hydrological cycle in the United Kingdom.
  • The hydrological impact of building activity: a study near Exeter in Man's impact on the hydrological cycle in the United Kingdom.
  • The hydrological impact of afforestation in Great Britain in Man's impact on the hydrological cycle in the United Kingdom.
  • Satellite data collection systems-Hydrologic application in Remote sensing application in agriculture and hydrology.
  • Hydrologic basin models in Remote sensing application in agriculture and hydrology.
  • Hydrological forecasting practices
  • Working group on hydrological forecasting of the commission for hydrology
  • Spatial prediction in hydrology : status and implications in the estimation of hydrological processes for applied research
  • AVHRR ; Applied hydrology ; Bibliography ; Forecast ; Geographical information system ; LANDSAT ; Model ; NOAA ; Remote sensing ; Semi-arid area ; Temperate zone
  • The aim of this paper is to discuss current status in spatial prediction in hydrology as related to the estimation of hydrological processes particularly in areas where a shortage of hydrometeorological data exists. Emphasis
  • Changes in hydrologic regime by dams
  • Dam ; Flood ; Hydraulic works ; Hydrological regime ; Riparian vegetation ; Stream ; Stream flow ; United States of America
  • This paper presents the analysis of pre- and post-dam hydrologic changes from dams that cover the spectrum of hydrologic and climatic regimes across the United States. The overall goals are to document the type, magnitude, and direction
  • of hydrologic shifts because of impoundment. To assess hydrologic changes associated with dams, the AA. applied a hydrologic model, the Indicators of Hydrologic Alteration (IHA), supplemented with orientation statistics for certain hydrograph parameters
  • . The results indicate that the major pulse of dam construction during the previous century has modified hydrologic regimes on a nationwide scale, for large and small rivers.
  • Hydrology of temperate wetlands
  • Classification ; Human impact ; Humid environment ; Hydrology ; Mid-latitude zone;Temperate zone ; Salinity ; Swamp ; Swamp;Bog ; Taxonomy ; Vegetation ; Water quality
  • This article reviews the role of hydrology in wetland delimitation and classification, and seeks to clarify linkages between wetland vegetation and hydrology across wetland types.
  • McMaster river and Arctic hydrology
  • Active layer ; Arctic Region ; Canada ; Cold area ; Energy balance ; Hydrology ; Meltwater ; Northwest Territories ; Permafrost ; Snow cover ; Watershed
  • This paper presents a synopsis of 2 decades of research contribution to Arctic hydrology carried out at the McMaster basin. Discussions will focus on 2 topics of special significance to the Arctic region, being snow and permafrost hydrology.
  • Greenhouse hydrology
  • Climatic variation ; Drought ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Hydrology ; Model ; Scale ; United Kingdom ; Water cycle ; Water resources
  • This article examines the potential sensivity of water ressources in the UK to climatic change as exemplified by the 1988-92 drought. The representation of hydrological processes at three distinct model scales is then discussed with reference
  • to global hydrology, regional downscaling and catchment-scale responses. A final section speculates on future directions of research for an emerging greenhouse hydrology.
  • Including the spatial dimension: using geographical information systems in hydrology
  • Bibliography ; Geographical information system ; Hydrology ; Model ; Spatial variation
  • Given the increased use of GIS the aim of this article is to review the current role and limitations of GIS use in hydrology. Initially the various approaches that have been adopted already to capture the spatial characteristics of a hydrological
  • study area are outlined. This is followed by a synthesis of the current state of GIS and the models used to conceptualize spatial data within such systems. The suitability of such models for application to hydrological research is then emphasized.
  • Palaeoflood hydrology in a global context
  • Past hydrological events related to understanding global change
  • From its origins as a geological study of flood erosion and sediments the science palaeoflood hydrology matured to become an indispensable means for understanding the hydrology of very large, rare floods. Such floods are increasingly posing risks
  • to human habitation. More that 3 decades of research in palaeoflood hydrology produced spectacular advances in capabilities for : accurately determining palaeoflood ages; quantifying the magnitudes and dynamics of palaeoflood processes; and incorporating
  • Quadtrees in hydrological research
  • General views on automatic mapping of hydrologic elements
  • The Hydrological significance of rock glaciers
  • Hydrological studies of a tropical reservoir site, Nigeria
  • International cooperation in hydrology and water resources development