4 edition of Hydrological extremes found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Lars Gottschalk... [et al.].|
|Series||IAHS publication -- no. 255.|
|Contributions||Gottschalk, Lars., International Association of Hydrological Sciences., International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. General Assembly, International Symposium HS1 on Hydrological Extremes: Understanding, Predicting, Mitigating (1999 : Birmingham, England)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 314 p. :|
|Number of Pages||314|
Hydrological extremes (droughts and extreme rainfall events) can cause enormous economic loss and threaten lives. For example, catastrophic flooding in central Europe in June , caused by a 4-day period of heavy precipitation, resulted in an estimated financial cost of more than EUR 12 billion and at least 25 deaths (Grams et al. ).Similarly, catastrophic floods in southern Louisiana in. The hydrological cycle is described. Because the climate is changing from human activities, and there is a direct effect on the hydrological cycle, water resources will also change. The effects of climate change on precipitation, evaporation, and extremes of floods and droughts are elucidated. 18 October Definition and Introduction.
Current practice using probabilistic methods applied for designing hydraulic structures generally assume that extreme events are stationary. However, many studies in the past decades have shown that hydrological records exhibit some type of nonstationarity such as trends and shifts. "The present volume is the edited set of proceedings of the International Symposium HS1 on Hydrological Extremes: Understanding, Predicting, Mitigating scheduled for the XXII General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG), July , Birmingham, U.K."- .
Remote Sensing of Hydrological Extremes / This volume provides in-depth coverage of the latest in remote sensing of hydrological extremes: both floods and droughts. The book is divided into two distinct sections – floods and droughts – and offers a variety of techniques for monitoring each. With rapid advances in computer modelling and obse. et al.  investigated the relationship of ENSO to hydrologic extremes in the western United States. Gray [ 10 ], Richards and O’Brien [ 11 ], and Bove et al. [ 12 ] have investigated links of.
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This book highlights the use of the Hydrologic Modelling System (HEC-HMS), gathers essential research findings from professionals and field practitioners and offers the latest research from international experts in the fields of hydrological extremes, river hydraulics and water management.
This volume provides in-depth coverage of the latest in remote sensing of hydrological extremes: both floods and droughts. The book is divided into two distinct sections – floods and droughts – and o.
Spatio-temporal Analysis of Extreme Hydrological Events offers an extensive view of the experiences and applications of the latest developments and methodologies for analyzing and understanding extreme environmental and hydrological events.
The book addresses the topic using spatio-temporal methods, such as space-time geostatistics, machine. An accurate estimation of the probability of occurrence of an extreme hydrological event is often required for the effective development and management of water resources.
Examples include characterizing extreme rainfall event magnitudes to predict urban runoff, determining river flow magnitudes to design a culvert or bridge opening at a road. Statistical Analysis and Stochastic Modelling of Hydrological Extremes. Hossein Tabari (Ed.) Pages: Published: October (This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue Statistical Analysis and Stochastic Modelling of Hydrological Extremes that was published in Water) Download PDF.
Add this book to My Library. This volume provides in-depth coverage of the latest in remote sensing of hydrological extremes: both floods and droughts.
The book is divided into two distinct sections – floods and droughts – and offers a variety of techniques for monitoring each.
With rapid advances in computer. This consequently aggravates hydrological extremes, such as more-pronounced flooding and decreasing low flows. Overall, annual averages of water yield and surface runoff increase up to % and %, respectively, within the bias-corrected scenario.
Australia has experienced a large frequency of hydroclimatic events since the early 21 st century, with multiple large-scale droughts and flooding rains exerting dramatic impacts on water resources and ecosystems.
Despite these pronounced consequences, the coupling of ecosystem functioning to extreme climate variability remains elusive due to the lack of complete understanding of hydrological.
In an attempt to link downscaling (i.e., relating large-scale atmosphere–ocean circulation to smaller-scale hydrologic variables) with the statistics of extremes, statistical downscaling of.
Extreme Hydrology and Climate Variability: Monitoring, Modelling, Adaptation and Mitigation is a compilation of contributions by experts from around the world who discuss extreme hydrology topics, from monitoring, to modeling and management.
With extreme climatic and hydrologic events becoming so frequent, this book is a critical source, adding knowledge to the science of extreme hydrology.
Aims and Scope Aims & Scope Hydrology Research is an international, peer-reviewed journal publishing articles providing a distinct, novel contribution to the science of hydrology and water management, including: surface and groundwater hydrology, including physical, chemical, biological, and ecological aspects, hydrological processes, hydrological extremes and the impact of anthropogenic.
‘The book is recommended for researchers in atmospheric and hydrological sciences for its careful approach to frequency analysis, its good introduction to L-moments, and its comprehensive appendix.’ Martin Ehrendorfer Source: Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics ‘ this is an excellent book written by leading researchers in the field.’.
Commentary: Mr. Pitek’s Land from a Perspective of Managing Hydrological Extremes: Challenges in Upscaling and Transferring Knowledge. Mark E. Wilkinson. This open access book addresses the various disciplinary aspects of nature-based solutions in flood risk management on private land.
In recent decades, water management has been moving. Identification of changes in hydrological extremes plays an important role in water resources management. This study investigates various properties in hydrological extremes including annual maximum daily flow (high flow) and annual minimum 7-day flow (low flow) in unimpaired streamflow gauges in the continental United States.
This volume provides in-depth coverage of the latest in remote sensing of hydrological extremes: both floods and droughts. The book is divided into two distinct sections – floods and droughts – and offers a variety of techniques for monitoring each.
Precipitation extremes play a key role in flooding risks over the Huaihe River Basin, which is important to understand their hydrological impacts. Based on observed daily precipitation and streamflow data from toeight precipitation indices and three streamflow indices were calculated for the study of hydrological impacts of precipitation extremes.
Indeed, common definitions of “extreme” used in most trend studies correspond to smaller and more frequent events than the 10‐ to ‐year ARIs that are of interest in many hydrologic applications (Bonnin, Maitaria, & Yekta, ; Hodgkins et al., ; Seneviratne et al., ).
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Hydrological station Bengbu is located at the south bank of the Huaihe River in the province of Anhui, which is an important hydrological gauging station on the Huaihe River mainstream (Fig. 1).As the main runoff-generating area of whole Huaihe River Basin, the study area, two-third of the basin is covered by plains (lakes, depressions), and others are low mountains, hills, and highlands.Collectively, the spatial distribution (extent) of road networks in a watershed typically increases effective drainage density and shortens fluvial flow pathways of hillslopes thereby increasing peak flows of main streams (Luce & Wemple ; Soulis et al.
).The magnitude of road impact on hydrologic response, however, depends on the configuration of the road-stream network in the.Read "Remote Sensing of Hydrological Extremes" by available from Rakuten Kobo.
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