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  • Spatial differences of solute load output in Middle Bavaria in Landforms and landform evolution in West Germany.
  • Allemagne RFA ; Bassin-versant ; Bayern ; Charge en solution ; Cours d'eau ; Erosion ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Hydrologie ; Méthodologie ; Ruissellement
  • In this paper, a method of assessing the spatial variation of the solute loads of different subcatchments is presented, using a catchment in the Tertiary Hills of Bavaria as an example.
  • Accelerated erosion in the Nara Kosi watershed, Central Himalaya, India. Part I. : sediment load
  • Agriculture ; Deforestation ; Erosion rate ; Gully erosion ; Himalaya ; India ; Sediment transport ; Soil erosion ; Solution load ; Suspended load ; Watershed
  • Agriculture ; Bassin-versant ; Charge en solution ; Charge en suspension ; Déboisement ; Erosion des sols ; Himalaya ; Inde ; Ravinement ; Transport sédimentaire ; Vitesse d'érosion
  • Measurements of suspended and dissolved loads in this watershed suggest that deforestation and agricultural activities increase the rates of erosion by a factor of five to ten. - (DWG)
  • The load of organic carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus from two large drainage basins (River Kitka and River Oulanka) in NE Finland
  • Carbon ; Cold area ; Finland ; Hydrochemistry ; Hydrology ; Leaching ; Nitrogen ; Nutrient ; Solution load ; Watershed
  • Azote ; Bassin-versant ; Carbone ; Charge en solution ; Finlande ; Hydrochimie ; Hydrologie ; Kuusamo ; Lessivage ; Nutriment ; Phosphore ; Zone froide
  • The aim of this paper is to quantify the load of organic carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus from 2 large catchment areas, the River Kitka and the River Oulanka, and the transport of the nutrients into Lake Paanajärvi, a deep oligotrophic lake in NW
  • Long-term spatially distributed solutional erosion: how do we put solutes on the map?
  • Cartography ; Colorado ; Geographical information system ; Hydrochemistry ; Sediment budget ; Soil erosion ; Soil properties ; Solution load ; Spatial variation ; United States of America ; Watershed
  • Bassin-versant ; Bilan sédimentaire ; Cartographie ; Charge en solution ; Colorado ; Erosion des sols ; Etats-Unis ; Hydrochimie ; Propriétés du sol ; Système d'information géographique ; Variation spatiale
  • Much of the short-term solute process research in the last 20 years has focused on hydrochemical behaviour. This can help with the identification of solute source area type, but not the actual location of the solutional loss. The location
  • and the spatial distribution of erosion are crucial to the identification of long-term landscape evolution. The way ahead lies in the fact that catchment budgeting and geochemical studies have been able to provide solute uptake rates. If these can be related
  • to soil type, it may be possible to characterize the location and spatial distribution of solutional erosion through terrain analysis and soil maps in a GIS.
  • Fitting concentration and load rating curves with generalized linear models
  • Carrying capacity ; England ; Illinois ; Model ; Northern England ; Statistics ; Stream ; Suspended load ; United Kingdom ; United States of America
  • Generalized linear models may be used as a systematic and flexible alternative to existing practices in fitting sediment or solute concentration and load rating curves. In particular, they offer a one-step solution to the common and ackward problem
  • that a bias correction is needed when estimating total loads. As generalized linear models return predictions directly on the original measured scale, there is no need for back-transformation or subsequent correction factors. Example analyses are given
  • for suspended sediment concentration for an upland stream in the Northern Pennines and for phosphorus load for the Illinois River.
  • Dissolved load budget of drainage basin systems on silicate rocks and land use in the Northern Eifel/Germany
  • Eifel ; Germany ; Hydrochemistry ; Land use ; Sediment budget ; Soil erosion ; Solution load ; Water quality ; Watershed
  • Allemagne ; Bassin-versant ; Bilan sédimentaire ; Charge en solution ; Eifel ; Erosion des sols ; Hydrochimie ; Qualité de l'eau ; Utilisation du sol
  • The purpose of this paper is to estimate the influence of the land use and the water balance on the dissolved load budget in drainage basins on silicate rocks. The water balance in the Hohes Venn and the Rureifel areas is mainly influenced
  • by decreasing rainfall intensity from the Hohes Venn towards NE. Furthermore, different organic and anorganic soil properties influence the water balance in these areas. The investigation of stream load indicates regional differences of water chemistry
  • and dissolved load budgets in the Northern Eifel.
  • The distribution of solute processes on an acid hillslope and the delivery of solutes to a stream : I. exchangeable bases
  • Catena ; England ; Hydrochemistry ; Leaching ; Podsol ; Soil ; Solution load ; Somerset ; Spatial variation ; United Kingdom ; Water quality ; Watershed
  • Bassin-versant ; Catena ; Charge en solution ; England ; Hydrochimie ; Lessivage ; Podzol ; Qualité de l'eau ; Royaume-Uni ; Sol ; Somerset ; Variation spatiale
  • Azerbaydzhan ; Mathematical model ; Mountain ; Solution load ; Stream
  • Azerbaïdjan ; Charge en solution ; Cours d'eau ; Modèle mathématique ; Montagne
  • Temporal and spatial variation in dissolved and solid load years in partial catchment areas of the upper Leine river (southern Lower Saxony)
  • Geomorphometry ; Germany ; Hydrology ; Niedersachsen ; Rill wash ; Sediment budget ; Sediment load ; Soil erosion ; Solution load ; Spatial variation ; Watershed
  • Allemagne ; Bassin-versant ; Bilan sédimentaire ; Charge en solution ; Charge solide ; Erosion des sols ; Géomorphométrie ; Hydrologie ; Niedersachsen ; Ruissellement ; Variation spatiale
  • of dissolved and solid load yields. The morphometric analysis of the catchment areas could provide no explanation of the various runoff patterns. In contrast, the type of the substrate as an time-invariantquantitybhas a corresponding significance for the runoff
  • Thermal perturbation and rainfall runoff have greater impact on seasonal solute loads than physical disturbance of the active layer
  • Active layer ; Arctic Region ; Canada ; Climatic change ; Cold area ; Hydroclimatology ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Precipitation ; Seasonal variability ; Soil temperature ; Solution load ; Summer ; Temperature ; Watershed
  • Années 2007-2009 ; Arctique ; Bassin-versant ; Canada ; Changement climatique ; Charge en solution ; Eté ; Hydroclimatologie ; Melville Island ; Mollisol ; Pergélisol ; Précipitation ; Périglaciaire ; Température ; Température du sol ; Variabilité
  • The AA. measured total dissolved solute (TDS) concentrations and normalised seasonal TDS fluxes (kg mm-1) in a series of small headwater catchments in the Canadian High Arctic over 3 consecutive summers (2007–09) to examine the impact of thermal
  • perturbation (increased soil temperatures) and physical disturbance (active-layer detachment slides) on solute dynamics in permafrost catchments. The results show that the impact of the disturbance area on seasonal solute flux is limited by discharge
  • and hydrological connectivity of the disturbed areas, and that summer rainfall allows for enhanced export of solutes from catchments subject to physical disturbance. Hence, seasonal solute export in these permafrost catchments was more sensitive to thermal
  • Structure of the solute yield in the Vistula river basin with special regard to anthropogenic components
  • Chemical alteration ; Human impact ; Hydrochemistry ; Poland ; Polluted water ; Pollution ; Precipitation ; Rural area ; Solution load ; Stream ; Watershed ; Wisła
  • Action anthropique ; Altération chimique ; Bassin-versant ; Charge en solution ; Cours d'eau ; Eaux usées ; Espace rural ; Hydrochimie ; Pollution ; Pologne ; Précipitation ; Wisła
  • On the basis of data concerning small catchments not polluted by municipal and industrial sewage the AA. calculated the solute yield from rural areas. Calculations were carried out in a simplified way, taking into consideration the mean solute
  • concentrations from data for the years 1976-1985, and mean discharges of river waters. For 20 selected larger catchments of the Vistula tributaries the AA. also calculated the total solute yield, i.e. including the sources of municipal and industrial wastewater
  • . The AA. attempted to analyse the balance of the solute yield. Results were considered in relation to regional differentiation.
  • The impact of agriculture on solute and suspended sediment load on a Mediterranean watershed after intense rainstorms
  • Agricultural practice ; Catalonia ; Erosion rate ; Forest ; Land use ; Mediterranean area ; Rainstorm ; Solution load ; Spain ; Suspended load ; Water erosion ; Watershed
  • Bassin-versant ; Cataluña ; Charge en solution ; Charge en suspension ; Domaine méditerranéen ; Erosion hydrique ; Espagne ; Forêt ; Orage ; Pratique culturale ; Utilisation du sol ; Vitesse d'érosion
  • The solute and suspended-sediment load following 5 rainstorms (2005–2007) with varied intensities were studied at the Vernegà experimental watershed, north-western Spain. This study investigates the capacity of each land-use (forest and agricultural
  • Central African Republic ; Discharge ; Fluvial dynamics ; Geochemistry ; Hydrochemistry ; Hydrodynamics ; Isotope analysis ; Sediment load ; Solution load ; Suspended load ; Trace-element ; Watershed
  • Analyse isotopique ; Bassin-versant ; Centrafricaine, république ; Charge en solution ; Charge en suspension ; Charge solide ; Dynamique fluviale ; Débit ; Elément-trace ; Géochimie ; Hydrochimie ; Hydrodynamique ; Oubangui
  • Mesure des taux isotopiques de strontium dans la charge en suspension et en solution sur des échantillons prélevés mensuellement dans l'Oubangui en République Centrafricaine, ainsi que sur des échantillon prélevés au moment des hautes eaux dans tous
  • Dissolved loads and their measurement in Erosion and sediment yield : some methods of measurement and modelling.
  • Charge en solution ; Cours d'eau ; Fluviatile ; Géographie physique ; Mesure ; Modèle
  • Asian part of Russia ; Hydrochemistry ; Lena ; Nitrate ; Organic materials ; Phosphate ; Sakha ; Siberia ; Solution load ; Stream ; Suspended load
  • Charge en solution ; Charge en suspension ; Cours d'eau ; Hydrochimie ; Iakout-Sakha ; Lena ; Matière organique ; Nitrate ; Phosphate ; Russie d'Asie ; Sibir'
  • Amur River ; Asian part of Russia ; Hydrochemistry ; Organic materials ; Russian Far East ; Solution load ; Stream ; Suspended load
  • Amur ; Charge en solution ; Charge en suspension ; Cours d'eau ; Dal'nij Vostok ; Hydrochimie ; Matière organique ; Russie d'Asie ; Sungari
  • Hydrochemistry ; Mining activity ; Poland ; Pollution ; Salinity ; Silesia ; Solution load ; Stream ; Water quality ; Wisła
  • Charge en solution ; Cours d'eau ; Exploitation minière ; Hydrochimie ; Pollution ; Pologne ; Qualité de l'eau ; Salinité ; Sla¸sk ; Wisła
  • This paper is an attempt to estimate the influence of minewater discharge from the hard coal mines of USCB on the shaping of the hydrochemical conditions of river waters, considering mostly salinity and the salt load removed from this area
  • Bassin-versant ; Charge en solution ; Donnée ; Débit ; Ecoulement ; Etiage ; Fluviatile ; Géographie physique ; Géomorphodynamique ; Hydrodynamique ; Relation charge-débit ; Transport solide
  • in solute load transport has been underestimated. However, the low discharge period is important in the transport of dissolved material and this is in marked contrast to its very minor role in the transport of suspended sediment and bed load.
  • Studying solute and particulate sediment transfer in a small mediterranean mountainous catchment subject to land abandonment
  • Drainage network ; Gully erosion ; Hydrochemistry ; Mediterranean area ; Mountain ; Pyrénées ; Sediment budget ; Soil conservation ; Soil erosion ; Solution load ; Spain ; Suspended load ; Wasteland ; Watershed
  • Bassin-versant ; Bilan sédimentaire ; Charge en solution ; Charge en suspension ; Conservation des sols ; Domaine méditerranéen ; Erosion des sols ; Espagne ; Friche ; Hydrochimie ; Montagne ; Pyrénées ; Ravinement ; Réseau de drainage
  • The distribution of solute processes on an acid hillslope and the delivery of solutes to a stream : II. Exchangeable Al3+
  • Aluminium ; Catena ; England ; Hydrochemistry ; Podsolisation ; Runoff ; Slope gradient ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Solution load ; Somerset ; Spatial distribution ; Stream ; United Kingdom ; Watershed
  • Aluminium ; Bassin-versant ; Catena ; Charge en solution ; Cours d'eau ; Distribution spatiale ; Ecoulement ; England ; Hydrochimie ; Pente de versant ; Podzolisation ; Propriétés du sol ; Royaume-Uni ; Sol ; Somerset