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  • 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
  • Morphological and hydrological possibilities for the development of water power at Angmassalik. Angmassalitk. A case study of applied physical geography
  • Changes in hydrologic regime by dams
  • Dam ; Flood ; Hydraulic works ; Hydrological regime ; Riparian vegetation ; Stream ; Stream flow ; United States of America
  • 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
  • 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
  • . 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.
  • Limestone hydrology and its relevance to applied geography
  • Photointerpretation applied to hydrogeological problems: soil moisture content, soil permeability, hydrogeological structures in Remote sensing application in agriculture and hydrology.
  • Changing temporal and spatial characteristics of midwestern hydrologic droughts
  • Applied hydrology ; Drought ; Hydrology ; Midwest ; Precipitation ; Spatial variation ; Stream flow ; United States of America ; Water resources ; Watershed
  • This paper examines the hydroclimatic variability among 19 Midwestern basins and examines how the occurrence of hydrologic drought varies among these basins during the 1950-1990 period.
  • Hydrologic diversity in the Tagus'Portuguese basin
  • Fifth European intensive course on applied geomorphology. Mediterranean and urban areas
  • Flood ; Fluvial hydrology ; Low water ; Portugal ; Watershed
  • Applied geomorphological mapping of Indonesia
  • In 1983, a pilot project was initiated for an applied geomorphological mapping programme for Indonesia, financed by a World Bank loan. The area between Semarang and Rembang, central Java, was selected as being quite representative for the Indonesian
  • territory, and the programme can be regarded as an example of a survey applicable to environmental planning and management as well as to the standard geological, pedological and hydrological surveys. (AIS).
  • Simulated effect of a forest road on near-surface hydrologic response : redux
  • Applied hydrology ; Experimental catchment ; Impact ; Model ; Oregon ; Simulation ; Slope dynamics ; Subsurface flow ; United States of America ; Watershed
  • A physics-based Integrated Hydrology Model (InHM) was employed to conduct both three- and two-dimensional (3D and 2D) hydrologic-response simulations for the small upland catchment known as C3, located within the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest
  • in Oregon. Comparison of the 3D results with the 2D results clearly illustrates the importance of convergent subsurface flow. A simple infinite-slope model, driven by sub-surface pore-water pressures generated from the 3D and 2D hydrologic-response
  • simulations, was employed to estimate slope stability along the long-profile of the C3 hollow axis, and to study the impact of forest roads on near-surface hydrologic response and slope stability at the catchment scale.
  • Hydrological connectivity of soil pipes determined by ground-penetrating radar tracer detection
  • Applied hydrology ; Peat ; Radar ; Soil water ; Subsurface flow ; Tracer ; Watershed
  • identification and mapping of soil pipes in blanket peat catchments. This paper presents results from an experiment to test the ability of GPR to establish hydrological connectivity between pipes through use of a tracer solution.
  • Progress in integrating remote sensing data and hydrologic modeling
  • Applied meteorology and climatology
  • Evapotranspiration ; Hydrology ; Methodology ; Model ; Precipitation ; Remote sensing ; Snow cover ; Soil moisture ; Water resources
  • Remote sensing and hydrologic modeling are 2 key approaches to evaluate and predict hydrology and water resources. This paper presents an overview of research efforts to combine hydrologic/land models and remote sensing products (mainly including
  • Hydrology : the changing paradigm
  • Applied hydrology ; Concept ; Drought ; Global change ; Human impact ; Hydrology ; Model ; Research ; Water cycle ; Water management ; Water resources
  • Hydrology is an established twentieth-century environmental science, whose content is necessarily interdisciplinary (biology, physics, chemistry, geomorphology and, increasingly, the social environmental sciences such as planning, economics
  • and political conflict resolution). The 1980s and early 1990s saw debates concerning the scientific credentials of hydrology. While some argued that the nature and pace of human modification of the water cycle, together with the enormous expansion
  • Discharge ; Fluvial hydrology ; Low water ; Poland ; Statistical distribution ; Stream ; Stream flow
  • This paper presents the results of a fitting of most frequently-applied probability distributions to a series of minimum yearly flows. Specifically, the series of minimal annual discharges derived from 119 stream gauges located throughout Poland
  • and relating to the period 1971-1990. The main task was to adjust one of the probability distribution functions applied most frequently. Maps generated provide for the identification of several regularities.
  • [b1] Dep. of Hydrology and Water management, Univ., Łódź, Pologne
  • Applied hydrology ; Handbook ; Hydrogeology ; Hydrology ; Mathematical model ; Stochastic model ; Water cycle ; Water economics
  • Applied ecology ; Ecosystem ; Environmental management ; Humid environment ; Hydrology ; Meadow ; Netherlands (The) ; Poland ; Sustainable development ; Swamp
  • To stop further deterioration of fens and fen meadows and to improve fen conservation it is accepted that there should be a better understanding of the interaction between the hydrological and soil conditions in fens. This Ph.D. thesis focuses
  • Applied hydrology ; Ohio ; Pedagogy ; United States ; Water ; Water resources
  • With information assembled by university-level geography students, the A. explains a three-stage approach to creating a water atlas of the State of Ohio that included maps of geology, climate, hydrology, soils, ecology, wetlands, groundwater
  • Fifth European intensive course on applied geomorphology. Mediterranean and urban areas
  • Flood ; Fluvial hydrology ; Hydrological regime ; Low water ; Portugal ; Stream
  • The Minde depression : geomorphology and hydrologic features
  • Fifth European intensive course on applied geomorphology. Mediterranean and urban areas
  • Applied hydrology ; Azov Sea ; Caspienne Sea ; Hydrological regime ; Monte Carlo analysis ; Sea level ; Stochastic model ; Stream ; Surface water ; Water management
  • Applied hydrology ; Concept ; Discourse ; Fluvial hydrology ; Integrated planning ; River management ; Stream