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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.
  • Hydrological forecasting practices
  • Working group on hydrological forecasting of the commission for hydrology
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • The Hydrological significance of rock glaciers
  • Hydrological studies of a tropical reservoir site, Nigeria
  • International cooperation in hydrology and water resources development
  • General views on automatic mapping of hydrologic elements
  • Quadtrees in hydrological research
  • Hydrological mapping from SPOT imagery
  • the season of the year in which SPOT imagery gives maximum hydrologic information i.e. assessment of SPOT for multitemporal hydrologic mapping.
  • Field under-drainage and the hydrological cycle in Man's impact on the hydrological cycle in the United Kingdom.
  • Geomorphology and hydrology of upper sinking cove, Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee
  • Carbonate rock ; Hydrochemistry ; Hydrology ; Karst ; Karstification ; Seasonal variability ; Tennessee ; United States
  • This study examines in detail the spatial and temporal patterns of landform evolution, hydrology and denudation in one cove dissecting the Cumberland Plateau of south-central Tennessee. The aim is to gain a better understanding of how solutional
  • Automated water sampling in ephemeral hydrological systems
  • Experimentation ; Hydrology ; Methodology ; Runoff ; Sampling ; Water quality
  • This paper presents two approaches to using a data logger to interface between a flow recorder and a sampler, and provides a framework for the collection of high quality data from the field. Two hydrological systems were monitored; both
  • Heterogeneity of hydrologic response in four mountainous watersheds in northwestern Rwanda
  • Catchment area;Watershed ; Flood ; Flow ; Fluvial processes ; Hydrological regime ; Hydrology ; Mountain ; Rill wash;Runoff ; Rwanda ; Sediment load ; Sedimentation ; Tropical zone
  • The hydrology of the Burren, County Clare
  • as is necessary to understand the present day hydrology.
  • Urban hydrology in Tokyo
  • Urban hydrology is a complex of the physical-human system representing all the changes in the region of Tokyo. The functions of the urban river have been changing due to modernization. - (SGA)
  • A room with a view : some geographic perspectives on dilettantism, cross-training, and scale in hydrology
  • Concept ; Hydrology ; Mathematical model ; Methodology ; Scale
  • Excel modelling of hydrological systems
  • Groundwater ; Hydrology ; Micro computing ; Model ; Soil water ; System
  • Hungary ; Hydrology ; Nineteenth Century ; Twentieth Century ; Water management
  • The article is an overview of the development of the Hungarian hydrology. The A. describes the foundation of hydrological institutes and offices and the main projects in the 19th and 20th century. - (AM)
  • On the hydrology of the Partnach area in the Wetterstein mountains (bavarian Alps)
  • Alps (The) ; Bavaria ; Germany ; Hydrology ; Karst ; Precipitation ; Water ; Water resources
  • Streamflow trends and hydrological response to climatic change in Tarim headwater basin
  • China ; Climatic change ; Climatic variability ; Hydrological regime ; Precipitation ; Snow ; Stream flow ; Temperature ; Watershed ; Xinjiang
  • This paper studies the change of streamflow and the impact of climatic variability conditions on regional hydrological cycle in the headwater of the Tarim River Basin. This study investigates possible causes of observed trends in streamflow
  • in an environment which is highly variable in terms of atmospheric conditions, and where snow and ice melt play an important role in the natural hydrological regime.
  • Global warming effects on the Hanjiang River hydrological regimes
  • China ; Climatic warming ; Evaporation ; Global change ; Hydrological regime ; Model ; Rill wash ; Soil moisture ; Stream ; Water resources
  • This paper, based on a semi-conceptual hydrological model, analyses global warming effects on the Hanjiang River hydrological regimes and water resources, including soil moisture, evaporation, runoff and the transferable water quantity from
  • Distributions and hydrological characteristics of tropical cyclone rainstorms and floods in China
  • China ; Climatic zone ; Flood ; Hydrology ; Pic discharge ; Precipitation ; Rainstorm ; Seasonal variation ; Spatial distribution ; Tropical cyclone
  • Regional distribution of the rainstorms and floods caused and affected by tropical cyclones are described and the geographical divisions of China are also given in this paper. The hydrological characteristics of tropical cyclone rainstorms
  • [b1] Nanjiang Inst. Hydrology and Water Resources, Nanjing, Chine
  • The hydrological regime of rivers in the light of scenarios of global climatic change
  • Hydrological processes and water resources in the face of global climate change
  • Discharge ; Geographical information system ; Global change ; Hydrological regime ; Model ; Poland ; Season ; Stream
  • This article seeks to achieve 2 aims : - to classify the hydrological regimes of the rivers Rega, Utrata and Soła, representing different climatic and physio-geographical regions of Poland, and - to assess changes in their regimes following
  • The hydrology and form of spring-dominated channels
  • Extreme discharge ; Fluvial processes ; Hydrology ; Meltwater ; Precipitation ; River bed ; Runoff ; Stream flow ; United States of America
  • This paper assesses how the form of the spring-dominated channels differs as a consequence of distinctive hydrology. In addition, the AA. examine in more detail the hydrology of such springfed systems. They compare spring-dominated alluvial streams
  • From GCMs to river flow : a review of downscaling methods and hydrologic modelling approaches
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Climatic variation ; Global change ; Hydrology ; Impact ; Methodology ; Model ; Stream flow ; Water resources
  • This article reviews the current state of methodologies for simulating hydrological responses to global climate change, (global atmospheric general circulation models, GCMs). Emphasis is given to recent advances in climatic downscaling
  • and the problems related to the practical application of appropriate models in impact studies. Following a discussion of the advantages and deficiencies of the various approaches, challenges for the future study of the hydrological impacts of climate change
  • 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.
  • Linking hydrology and biogeochemistry in complex landscapes
  • Bibliography ; Biogeochemistry ; Hydrology ; Nitrate ; Riparian vegetation ; Runoff ; Water quality ; Watershed
  • This review seeks to examine connections between hydrology and biogeochemistry at the landscape scale. A review of research on landscape structure and organization provides a context for what follows, and seeks to integrate work at relevant scales
  • in ecology and geomorphology; the degree of functional connectedness between different landscape elements provides the key theme. Following a review of hillslope hydrology, links between hillslope runoff pathways and nutrient dynamics are then considered
  • The geometric, sedimentologic and hydrologic attributes of spring-dominated channels in volcanic areas
  • Carrying capacity ; Channel geometry ; Flood ; Fluvial hydrology ; Idaho ; Montana ; Oregon ; Springs ; Stream ; United States of America
  • of the bed and bank material; and the frequency and duration of flows. The geomorphic and hydrologic attributes of the spring-dominated channels were compared with those of runoff-dominated channels. Finally, they examine whether the distinctive hydrology
  • The hydrology and hydrogeology of dambos : a review
  • Africa ; Evapotranspiration ; Geomorphology ; Humid environment ; Hydrogeology ; Hydrological regime ; Hydrology ; Model ; Runoff ; Soil moisture ; Tropical zone
  • Dambos are shallow seasonally waterlogged, tropical and subtropical African wetlands. This review paper, focusing on dambo hydrology, hydrogeology and their primary determinants, highlights the key issues of the debate and draws some overriding
  • Quantifying the mechanical and hydrologic effects of riparian vegetation on streambank stability
  • This paper reports a field monitoring and computer-modelling investigation that has been carried out in northern Mississippi to quantify the separate and combined hydrologic and mechanical effects of 3 different vegetation covers (mature trees
  • , clump grasses, and bare/cropped turf grass) on streambank stability. The results demonstrate the importance of hydrologic processes in controlling streambank stability, and highlight the need to select riparian vegetation based on hydrologic as well
  • Hydrological connectivity and seasonal storage change of tundra ponds in a polar oasis environment, Canadian High Arctic
  • Canada ; Climatic warming ; Cold area ; Ellesmere ; Evaporation ; Humid environment ; Hydrology ; Northwest Territories ; Pond ; Runoff ; Tundra
  • This paper examines the hydrological connectivity and the storage status of a cluster of tundra ponds in a High Arctic polar oasis, relating seasonal hydrological changes to lateral drainage, pond water balance and active layer thaw conditions.
  • Is the hydrologic cycle sustainable ? A historical-geographical critique of a modern concept
  • This paper describes the gestation of the hydrologic cycle as a distinct entity in the English-speaking hydrological tradition and explains how and why it attained a specific form in the United States in the 1930s. This modern hydrologic cycle
  • of people. To the extent that it structures an understanding of water that is increasingly at odds with social and hydrological experience, the modern hydrologic cycle can be considered unsustainable.
  • Impacts of global climate change in a hydrologically vulnerable region : challenges to South African hydrologists
  • Climatic variation ; El Niño ; Evaporation ; Global change ; Hydrology ; Interannual variability ; Model ; Precipitation ; Scale ; Seasonal variation ; Simulation ; South Africa ; Temperature ; Water balance ; Water resources
  • South Africa is already hydrologically vulnerable and this is likely to be exacerbated by both nonpermanent ENSO-related as well as more permanently greenhouse-gas forced climate changes. Climate change effects are explained by way
  • of the hydrological equation. This serves as a backdrop to a brief review, in a hydrological context, of projected pertubations to temperature, rainfall and potential evaporation, over southern Africa. These include the application of appropriate hydrological models
  • Long-term InHM simulations of hydrologic response and sediment transport for the R-5 catchment
  • Hydrology ; Model ; Oklahoma ; Pic discharge ; Runoff ; Sediment transport ; Simulation ; Soil water ; United States of America ; Watershed
  • The physics-based model known as the Integrated Hydrology Model (InHM) is used to simulate continuous hydrologic response and event-based sediment transport for the R-5 catchment (Oklahoma). The hydrologic-response simulations were conducted in one
  • discharge rate. The results reinforce the contention that comprehensive and detailed datasets are crucial for testing physics-based hydrologic-response models.
  • 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.
  • Research on urban hydrology. A contribution to the International Hydrological Programme. Vol. 3. 1979 follow-up reports from eleven countries.
  • American Geophysical Union. (AGU). Committee on Urban Hydrology, Etats-Unis
  • US National Committee on Scientific Hydrology, Etats-Unis
  • Hydrology in mountainous regions. Proceedings. I. Hydrological measurements. The water cycle. II. Artificial reservoirs. Water and slopes.
  • Les deux grands thèmes du symposium ont donné lieu à 2 volumes de communications (95 pour le thème I, 55 pour le thème II). A l'intérieur du thème I, les exposés sont regroupés selon les chapitres suivants : 1. Improved methods of hydrological
  • International Association of Hydrological Sciences. IAHS, International
  • Hydrological response units (HRU's) as modelling entities for hydrological river basin simulation and their methodological potential for modelling complex environmental process systems. - Results from the Sieg catchment
  • Geographical information system ; Germany ; Hydrology ; Model ; Modelling ; North Rhine Westfalia ; Water cycle
  • L'A. présente un concept modifié des hydrological response units pour la modélisation régionale des bassins hydrologiques en utilisant le modèle PRMS/MMS. Le concept a été appliqué à un bassin hydrologique d'environ 216 km2, celui de la Bröl, dans
  • Progress in integrating remote sensing data and hydrologic modeling
  • 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
  • Greenland ice sheet hydrology : A review
  • Bibliography ; Climatic change ; Climatic warming ; Drainage ; Glacier ; Glacier dynamics ; Greenland ; Hydrology ; Ice sheet ; Meltwater ; Polar region ; Proglacial features ; Sea level ; Surface water ; The 2000's
  • This review provides the current state of knowledge on Greenland ice sheet (GrIS) surface water hydrology, following ice sheet surface meltwater production and transport via supra-, en-, sub-, and proglacial processes to final meltwater export
  • to the ocean. With continued efforts targeting both process-level and systems analysis of the hydrologic system, the larger picture of how future changes in Greenland hydrology will affect ice sheet glacier dynamics and ultimately global sea level rise can
  • 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
  • Flood hydrology and geomorphic effectiveness in the central Appalachians
  • This paper compares hydrologic records and geomorphic effects of several historic floods in the central Appalachians. The 1985 flood is briefly described and the A. explores the question of how and why the geomorphic impacts of this event differed
  • Proceedings of a Symposium organised by the Hydrological Research Unit, Department of Geography at Rhodes University under the auspices of the Ground Water Division of South Africa and the South African National Committee for the International
  • Association of Hydrological Science.
  • Rhodes University, Hydrological Research Unit, Afrique du Sud
  • Hydrologic diversity in the Tagus'Portuguese basin
  • Flood ; Fluvial hydrology ; Low water ; Portugal ; Watershed
  • Hydrological analysis of flow variation of the Gila River in Safford Valley, southeast Arizona
  • Arizona ; Climatic variation ; Discharge ; Flood ; Fluvial hydrology ; Precipitation ; Stream ; Stream flow ; United States of America ; Water management
  • The global hydrologic cycle and its continental links
  • Continental water ; Dams ; Human impact ; Hydrochemistry ; Hydrology ; Hydrosphere ; Lake ; Stream ; Water cycle;Water circulation ; Water pollution
  • Marine terraces as indicators of global geoidal and hydrological changes
  • Global change ; Hydrology ; Marine terrace ; Sea level ; Spatial analysis ; Terrace
  • Teaching the hydrologic and geomorphic significance of drainage basins and discharge in physical geography
  • Channel geometry ; Discharge ; Fluvial erosion ; Fluvial hydrology ; Hawaii ; Physical geography ; Suspended load ; Teaching of geography ; Watershed
  • Monsoon seasonality and aspects of hydrological regime with reference to agriculture in Bangladesh
  • Agricultural climatology;Agroclimatology ; Bangladesh ; Farming;Agriculture ; Hydrology ; Monsoon ; Seasonal variation ; Soil moisture
  • Hydrology, sediment transport and water resources of Ammassalik Island, SE Greenland
  • Glacier ; Greenland ; Hydrology ; Polar region ; Sediment transport ; Water budget ; Water resources ; Watershed
  • Hydrological modelling using artificial neural networks
  • Bibliography ; Hydrology ; Inundation ; Modelling ; Rainfall ; Rill wash ; Weather forecast
  • Subsurface hydrologic flowpaths and NO3 transport in Kawakami forested headwater catchment, central Japan
  • The objectives of the study are to elucidate the control of subsurface flow and biogeochemical characteristics on NO3 mobility and to conceptualize the linkage of hydrologic flowpaths and N pathways in a forested headwater catchment.
  • Ecological and hydrological state of wetlands of the cultural European landscape
  • Cultural landscape ; Czech Republic ; Danube ; Ecology ; Europe ; Humid environment ; Hungary ; Hydrology ; Landscape
  • Water economy - land use and hydrological coherences in the lower Danube region
  • Danube ; Historical geography ; Hungary ; Hydrology ; Land use ; Man-environment relations ; Roman era ; Settlement ; Water economics
  • The formation and hydrological significance of cryoconite holes
  • Antarctica ; Bibliography ; Biogeochemistry ; Cryoconite hole ; Ecosystem ; Glacial features ; Glacier ; Hydrology
  • While studied periodically since 1870, in the last decade there has been a resurgence of interest in understanding the hydrology, biogeochemistry and ecology of cryoconite holes, and so it is timely to take stock of the current state
  • Historical changes of the regional and global hydrological cycles in Global Change.
  • The land-ocean ratio, periodical alternation of the epochs of orogenesis and peneplanation, time-space changes of solar influx determined the periodical changes of the global hydrological cycles with development of the continental glaciations
  • and permafrosts, or large pluvial epochs of general warming. At present an ever greater impact on the changes of the hydrological cycle is produced by human activities and the recent climatic warming.
  • The separation of hydrological periods and description of river regimes by comparison of probability distribution of water stages by pentads
  • The paper deals with the problem of the investigation on river regime. The river regime is understood as some type and time structure of hydrological phenomena in the annual cycle. It has been accepted that hydrological periods are means
  • The effect of land use on the hydrology of small upland catchment in Man's impact on the hydrological cycle in the United Kingdom.
  • Effects of urbanization on the hydrology of a suburban basin in Porto Alegre, Brazil in The influence of Man on the hydrological regime with special reference to representative and experimental basins.
  • The effect of the High Aswan Dam on the hydrological regime of the river Nile in The influence of Man on the hydrological regime with special reference to representative and experimental basins.
  • Swedish influence on Norwegian hydrology prior to 1814
  • In this short paper an attempt in made to bring to light examples of Swedish influence on Norwegian hydrological knowledge before the Swedish-Norwegian union in 1814. Dano Norwegian topographic literature from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries
  • is used as source. Publications by Swedish scientists were read and used as references by Norwegian writers during that period. The examples given illustrate the state of hydrological knowledge in the Scandinavian countries two to three hundred years ago.
  • Hydroclimatic analysis of a carbonate island pond through the development of a hydrologic landscape unit model
  • Bahamas ; Carbonate rock ; Climate ; Hydrology ; Impact ; Island ; Model ; Pond ; Water resources
  • The aim of this study is to develop a methodology that allows for an estimate of the hydroclimatic influence on an inland pond system on San Salvador, Bahamas. The methodology utilizes the Hydrologic Landscape Unit (HLU) model, a new conceptual
  • Some geomorphological-hydrological aspects of rock glaciers in the Andes (San Juan, Argentina)
  • Andes ; Argentina ; Glacier ; Hydrology ; Meltwater ; Mountain ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Rock glacier ; Semi-arid area ; Water resources
  • In this paper attention is drawn to a relatively unknown aspect of permafrost phenomena: the hydrological characteristics of rock glaciers. Therefore, this paper examines the importance of the water storage of rock glaciers in a semiarid subtropical
  • Erosion ; Hydrological regime ; Ice ; Lacustrine sedimentation ; Lake ; Lake hydrology ; Poland ; Reservoir ; Stream flow ; Wisła ; Włocławek
  • Hydrological monograph of Włocławek reservoir contains selected problems of inland waters. There are presented elements of hydrological regime which in result of changes in the river flow conditions caused by ponding-render the specific exploitation
  • Changes in the hydrology and sediment transport produced by large dams on the lower Ebro river and its estuary
  • Ebro ; Estuary ; Fluvial hydrology ; Hydraulic works ; Seasonal variation ; Sediment transport ; Spain ; Stream ; Tarragona ; Water use
  • The aim of this paper is to analyse the changes in the hydrology and sediment transport in the lower Ebro river and its estuary as a consequence of dam construction and increased water uses in the basin. Changes at different time-scales
  • Spatial changes in the hydrology of portions of the Twin Cities, Minnesota : a simulation study
  • Catchment area;Watershed ; City;Town ; Geographical information system ; Human impact ; Hydrology ; Minnesota ; United States ; Urbanization ; Water cycle;Water circulation ; Water resources
  • ) to portions of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. SIRWAT allows for study of hydrologic changes in intermediate-scale (100 to 10,000 km2) areas undergoing urban expansion.
  • The climate and hydrology of the Upper Blue Nile River
  • Discharge ; Ethiopia ; Hydrology ; Interannual variability ; Monsoon ; Mountain ; Precipitation ; Seasonal variability ; Stream flow ; Time series ; Twentieth Century ; Water resources ; Watershed
  • This paper provides a review of the nature and variability of the climate and hydrology in the source region of the Blue Nile, the central Ethiopian Highlands. Annual rainfall over the basin decreases from the south-west to the north-east
  • Incorporation of hydrologic cycle elements into the Dynamic-Stochastic climate model
  • Atmosphere ; Climatic variation ; Climatology ; Dynamic model ; Energy balance ; Evaporation ; Hydrology ; Hydrosphere ; Model ; Precipitation ; Stochastic model ; Thermal exchange ; Water cycle;Water circulation
  • The ways of incorporation of hydrologic cycle elements into the dynamic-stochastic heat and water exchange climate model are considered. Such approach enables to identify the main sources of precipitation climatologic variability.
  • Hydrology of montane forests in the sierra de San Javier, Tucuman, Argentina
  • Study of the hydrology of the subtropical moist montane forests (Yungas) in Argentina's Tucuman province. Study site on the eastern slope of the Sierra de San Javier also included land cleared for lemon and sugarcane plantations. Recording rain
  • gauges and fog catchers installed at three elevations to study vertical and horizontal precipitation. Stream-gauging station and experimental test plots also used. Finding that deforestation has altered the area's hydrology, author calls for a watershed
  • Dynamics and hydrology of a small polythermal valley glacier
  • Drainage ; Field experiment ; Glacial ablation ; Glacial flow ; Glacier ; Glacier dynamics ; Glacier fluctuation ; Hydrology ; Sweden
  • This paper provides a review and a synthesis of the work done between 1981 and 1995: detailed studies of surface velocity, glacier hydrology and ice dynamics. Small glaciers, such as Storglaciären, are not as sluggish as may be expected but exhibit
  • Deep-seated, complex tunnel systems. A hydrological study in a semi-arid catchment, Loess Plateau, China
  • Arid area ; China ; Drainage ; Gully erosion ; Hydrology ; Loess ; Plateau ; Precipitation ; Rill wash ; Semi-arid area ; Shanxi ; Watershed
  • A monitoring program was conducted during 1989 and 1990 in the Yangdaogou, a small subbasin of the Loess Plateau in North China, and all of the tunnel outlets observed to be active were investigated. The preliminary results on tunnel flow hydrology
  • A new approach to soil characterisation for hydrology-stability analysis models
  • Grain size distribution ; Hydrology ; Mass movement ; Mineralogy ; Model ; Slope ; Slope dynamics ; Soil properties ; Soil water
  • The AA. introduce a new analytical method for determining hydraulic conductivity (K) derived from percentages of the mineralogical structure constituents. They incorporate this method within a hydrology-slope stability model structure and develop
  • Artificial drainage of peatlands : hydrological and hydrochemical process and wetland restoration
  • Afforestation ; Artificial drainage ; Bibliography ; Ecosystem ; Environmental degradation ; Humid environment ; Hydrochemistry ; Hydrology ; Peat bog ; Watershed
  • ; the understanding of many hydrological and hydrochemical processes associated with peat drainage is still poor yet the processes may have crucial implications for global environmental change given that peatlands act as an important terrestrial carbon store.
  • Issues in contemporary geographical hydrology
  • Hydrology ; Model ; South Africa ; Water ; Water cycle ; Water management ; Water resources
  • Finding solutions to the many water resource utilisation problems that face South Africa has been the driving force behind a large part of the hydrological research that has been undertaken in the country. The changing face of South Africa
  • A comparison of hydrology and vegetation between a channelized stream and a non channelized stream in western Tennessee
  • Biodiversity ; Ecosystem ; Floodplain ; Forest ; Humid environment ; Hydraulic works ; Hydrological regime ; Hydrology ; Riparian vegetation ; Stream ; Tennessee ; United States of America
  • 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.
  • Hydrological impacts on the social and economic processes over the Dráva flood plain
  • Economy ; Floodplain ; Hungary ; Hydrology ; Impact ; Settlement ; Statistics ; Topographic map
  • The main aim this paper is to reveal the hydrological impacts on the social and economic processes over the Dráva flood plain. AA. demonstrate how water regime and the micro relief have been influencing the economic and settlement relations
  • Deep infiltration through a sandy alluvial fan in semiarid Niger inferred from electrical conductivity survey, vadose zone chemistry and hydrological modelling
  • Aquifer ; Geophysics ; Groundwater ; Hydrology ; Infiltration ; Model ; Niger ; Runoff ; Semi-arid area
  • For this study, the water balance of the fan was computed at the rainfall-event scale through the 1992-2002 decade, thus providing consistent values of annual surface water loss by infiltration. From this set of data, a hydrological functioning
  • Physical hydrology
  • Climatology, fluvial hydrology and tropical geomorphology at the University of Liege
  • Micromorphology of dune sands and soils in Dunes of the European Coasts. Geomorphology - Hydrology - Soils.
  • The effect of urbanization on flood magnitude and frequency in Man's impact on the hydrological cycle in the United Kingdom.
  • Hydrologic and physiographic characteristics of small, forested, humid tropical watersheds
  • Urban influences on precipitation in London in Man's impact on the hydrological cycle in the United Kingdom.
  • Man's impact on the hydrological cycle in the United Kingdom.
  • Karst hydrology and physical speleology.
  • Hydrology of autogenic percolation systems in some tropical karst outcrops, West Malaysia
  • Morphological and hydrological possibilities for the development of water power at Angmassalik. Angmassalitk. A case study of applied physical geography