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  • Underground reservoirs to control the water cycle
  • Cycle de l'eau ; Eau souterraine ; Géographie physique ; Hydrologie appliquée ; Régularisation ; Réservoir souterrain
  • Continental water cycle and carbon reservoirs and their relationships in the past
  • Biogeochemistry ; Biomass ; Carbon cycle ; Geochemistry ; Global change ; Holocene ; Pleistocene ; Water cycle
  • Biogéochimie ; Biomasse ; Changement global ; Cycle de l'eau ; Cycle du carbone ; Géochimie ; Holocène ; Pléistocène
  • In short review paper, the A. discusses the role of studies on changes in the continental water cycle for a better understanding of temporal change in biomass production and carbon storage. All calculations made for the late Pleistocene and Holocene
  • . To a large extend, the present-day picture of the water cycle and biomass production is tranformated by man. - (DG)
  • Le cycle des eaux naturelles
  • Energy transfer ; Water cycle ; Water exchange ; Water mass
  • Cycle de l'eau ; Eaux naturelles ; Echange hydrique ; Masse d'eau ; Thermodynamique ; Transfert énergétique ; Transition de phase
  • Examen des transitions de phase et des transferts interphases de l'eau sur les cycles des échanges d'eau et proposition d'une variante unifiée du schéma du cycle des eaux naturelles.
  • The global hydrologic cycle and its continental links
  • Continental water ; Dams ; Human impact ; Hydrochemistry ; Hydrology ; Hydrosphere ; Lake ; Stream ; Water cycle;Water circulation ; Water pollution
  • Action anthropique ; Barrage-réservoir ; Cours d'eau ; Cycle de l'eau ; Eau continentale ; Hydrochimie ; Hydrologie ; Hydrosphère ; Lac ; Pollution de l'eau
  • The possibility to regard the river as a consecutive change of the genetically and qualitatively different water masses is based here.
  • Impacts of human activities on water cycles in Haihe basin
  • China ; Human impact ; Impact ; Phreatic ground water ; Water balance ; Water cycle ; Water pollution ; Water quality ; Water use ; Watershed
  • Action anthropique ; Bassin-versant ; Bilan hydrologique ; Chine ; Chine du Nord-Est ; Cycle de l'eau ; Impact ; Nappe phréatique ; Pollution de l'eau ; Qualité de l'eau ; Utilisation de l'eau
  • This paper studies effects of human activities on water cycle in Haihe basin, focusing on the effects on the key elements of water balance and environmental issues caused by unreasonable water development and utilization. River runoff reduction
  • , groundwater over-exploitation, and water pollution have caused a series of environmental problems in the area. The best way to meet increasing water demands of human activities is to raise efficiency of water resources use. Waste water discharge should
  • The key role of water in the landscape system
  • Ecosystem ; Human impact ; Hydrochemistry ; Landscape ; Regional planning ; Water ; Water cycle ; Water quality ; Watershed
  • Action anthropique ; Aménagement régional ; Bassin-versant ; Cycle de l'eau ; Eau ; Ecosystème ; Hydrochimie ; Paysage ; Qualité de l'eau
  • This paper focuses on landscape analysis for the integration of land and water. It analyzes the main natural components of landscape systems and the ways in which the determinants are being influenced by human activities. A multitude of different
  • interactions between land characteristics and water phenomena are identified.
  • Le cycle de l'eau dans les plans d'occupation des sols = The water cycle and the land use plans
  • Assainissement ; Cycle de l'eau ; Eaux usées ; Economie de l'eau ; Gestion ; Géographie humaine ; Hydrologie appliquée ; Hydrologie urbaine ; Plan d'occupation des sols ; Ressource en eau ; Ruissellement ; Urbanisation ; Urbanisme ; Utilisation du
  • After a survey of the legislation and regulations concerning water management, the study sets out a list of measures appropriate for resolving the problems connected with management of water resources in the context of the town planning documents
  • . All these measures are concerned with making better use of the natural setting and to protect the water capital.
  • Effect of apple production base on regional water cycle in Weibei upland of the Loess Plateau
  • China ; Impact ; Infiltration ; Land use ; Loess ; Plantation ; Plateau ; Rill wash ; Soil moisture ; Water cycle
  • Chine ; Cycle de l'eau ; Humidité du sol ; Impact ; Infiltration ; Loess ; Plantation ; Plateau ; Pommier ; Ruissellement ; Utilisation du sol
  • Mountain glaciers at the end of the twentieth century : global analysis in relation to climate and water cycle
  • Climatic cycle ; Climatic variability ; Glacier ; Glacier flow ; Glacier mass balance ; Marine transgression ; Mountain ; Water cycle ; World
  • Bilan de masse ; Cycle climatique ; Cycle de l'eau ; Glacier ; Monde ; Montagne ; Régime glaciaire ; Transgression marine ; Variabilité climatique
  • Water and soil resource conservation and utilization on the northwest side of Mount Kenya
  • Forest ; Hydrology ; Kenya ; Land use ; Water balance ; Water cycle;Water circulation ; Water resources
  • Bilan hydrologique ; Cycle de l'eau ; Forêt ; Hydrologie ; Kenya ; Ressource en eau ; Utilisation du sol
  • The forest belt between 2 400 and 3 500 m on Mt. Kenya is important for the supply of perennial water to streams and recharge of the groundwater table in the semi-arid plateau below. Two scales are used to study the interrelationships : water
  • balance of the Naro Moru Basin and water conservation in the foothills of Kalala and Matanya.―(DWG)
  • Water quantity-quality combined evaluation method for rivers' water requirements of the instream environment in dualistic water cycle : a case study of Liaohe River Basin
  • China ; Ecology ; North-Eastern China ; Runoff ; Stream ; Water cycle ; Water quality
  • Chine ; Chine du Nord-Est ; Cours d'eau ; Cycle de l'eau ; Ecologie ; Ecoulement ; Liaohe ; Modèle mathématique ; Qualité de l'eau ; Quantité d'eau
  • L'état actuel de l'étude. La méthode de calcul et d'évaluation des écoulements environnementaux dans un cycle de l'eau dualiste. Etude de cas : le bassin fluvial de la Liaohe dans le sud-ouest de la Chine du Nord-Est.
  • Is the hydrologic cycle sustainable ? A historical-geographical critique of a modern concept
  • Concept ; Ecosystem ; History of sciences ; United States of America ; Water ; Water cycle ; Water management ; Water needs ; Years 1900-09
  • Années 1900 ; Besoin en eau ; Concept ; Cycle de l'eau ; Eau ; Ecosystème ; Etats-Unis ; Gestion de l'eau ; Histoire des sciences
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Fractionation mechanism of stable isotope in evaporating water body
  • China ; Evaporation ; Isotope analysis ; Lake ; Moisture ; Simulation ; Temperature ; Tibet ; Water cycle
  • Analyse isotopique ; Chine ; Cycle de l'eau ; Evaporation ; Humidité ; Lac ; Simulation ; Température ; Tibet
  • This study quantificationally analyses the interaction between evaporating water body and atmosphere, and the influences of different factors on the evaporation by probing into the fractionation mechanism of stable isotope as water body is vaporized
  • 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
  • Atmosphère ; Bilan énergétique ; Climatologie ; Cycle de l'eau ; Echange thermique ; Evaporation ; Hydrologie ; Hydrosphère ; Modèle ; Modèle dynamique ; Modèle stochastique ; Précipitation ; Variation climatique
  • 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.
  • The unintended consequences of ecological modernization : debt-induced reconfiguration of the water cycle in Barcelona
  • Barcelona ; Catalonia ; Ecological modernization ; Governance ; Indebtedness ; Private sector ; Spain ; Urban economy ; Water ; Water cycle ; Water management ; Water supply
  • Approvisionnement en eau ; Barcelona ; Cataluña ; Cycle de l'eau ; Eau ; Economie urbaine ; Endettement ; Espagne ; Gestion de l'eau ; Gouvernance ; Modernisation écologique ; Secteur privé
  • architecture of the urban water cycle in Barcelona. Then we move to the construction of the hegemonic discourse on the need to reconfigure the water administration, opening the door to private capital. In the following section we trace and discuss how debt has
  • increased as a result of ecological modernization imposed mostly by European Directives coupled with inadequate financing of the water cycle. Finally, we discuss what may be learnt from Barcelona that could be relevant for theoretical debates around
  • the neoliberalization of water and of nature in general and for empirical debates on the forms taken by private participation in the water cycle in a context of debt-induced austerity.
  • In this paper we first present a review of the recent literature on private participation in the water sec-tor in order to show the complex ways and forms through which this may proceed. Second, we introduce the governance and management
  • Le cycle de l'eau : processus physiques et aspects planétaires
  • Atmospheric moisture ; Ocean-atmosphere interface ; Sea water ; Soil water ; Water ; Water cycle
  • Cycle de l'eau ; Eau ; Eau de mer ; Eau du sol ; Humidité atmosphérique ; Interface océan-atmosphère ; Interface terre-atmosphère ; Transfert hydrique
  • Présentation des processus physiques mis en jeu dans l'interaction entre le cycle de l'eau et le fonctionnement de l'atmosphère, tant à l'interface sol-atmosphère, qu'à l'interface océan-atmosphère ou au sein de l'atmosphère. Puis description des
  • différents aspects du cycle de l'eau dans le sol et évaluation des réservoirs et des échanges intervenant dans ce cycle de l'eau à l'échelle planétaire. - (JPB)
  • Diurnal variations in the inorganic solute content of water draining from an alpine snowpatch
  • Bassin-versant ; Colorado ; Cycle diurne ; Eau ; Etats-Unis ; Front Rouge ; Géochimie ; Géographie physique ; Hydrologie ; Montagne ; Neige ; Qualité de l'eau
  • Results of short-interval sampling for water quality over seven diurnal flow cycles from the Martinelli basin. They show an inverse relationship between discharge and the concentration of most solute species which reflects varying proportions
  • of melt water transferred to the channel through different routes. This suggests that variations in water quality over the diurnal cycle might be used to partition the flow hydrograph. It also indicates a source of bias in mass yield estimates.
  • An analysis of the atmospheric water balance over the southern hemisphere
  • Atmosphere ; Atmospheric disturbance ; Atmospheric moisture ; El Niño ; Southern hemisphere ; Water balance ; Water cycle
  • Atmosphère ; Bilan hydrologique ; Cycle de l'eau ; El Niño ; Humidité atmosphérique ; Hémisphère Sud ; Perturbation atmosphérique
  • An analysis of the atmospheric water balance over the Southern Hemisphere is conducted for the time period June 1980 through May 1984 that includes the 1982-1983 El Niño event. Notable spatial and temporal variations are evident in the moisture flux
  • divergence fields, in the mean meridional transport of water vapor, and in the moisture content of portions of the tropical atmosphere that are attribuable to the 1982-1983 ENSO event. Estimates of the net gain/loss of atmospheric water are provided for 10
  • On processes controlling the distribution and fluxes of boron in natural waters and air along transects across the South Island of New Zealand
  • Atmosphere ; Geochemistry ; Hydrochemistry ; New Zealand ; Orographic effect ; Precipitation ; Soil water ; South Island ; Water ; Water cycle
  • Atmosphère ; Bore ; Cycle de l'eau ; Eau ; Eau du sol ; Effet orographique ; Géochimie ; Hydrochimie ; Nouvelle-Zélande ; Précipitation ; South Island
  • The concentration of boron (B) were measured in rain, air and soil water along transects across the Southern Alps, New Zealand, during southern autumn and early winter 1999. Estimates of wet deposition, dry deposition, and flux of boron leaving
  • the soil in soil water are presented.
  • Climate change and ground water
  • Aquifer ; Climatic warming ; Global change ; Hydrogeology ; Natural recharge ; Population growth ; Simulation ; Texas ; United States of America ; Water cycle ; Water use
  • Changement global ; Croissance démographique ; Cycle de l'eau ; Etats-Unis ; Hydrogéologie ; Nappe aquifère ; Recharge naturelle ; Réchauffement climatique ; Simulation ; Texas ; Utilisation de l'eau
  • -water recharge and to simulate ground-water flow and solute transport in a warmer, 2xCO2 climate. In addition, it outlines the development of a methodology to quantify the effects of climate change and of changes in ground-water use by population growth