Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. Our findings provide new insights into tree vulnerability to droughts, transport of water and thus solutes in soils, and the climatic information conveyed by plant-tissue isotopes. This study describes how the spatial resolution of hydrological models affects the model results. The Arctic has warmed and vegetation has expanded; however, impacts on hydrology are poorly understood. This approach here tries to tackle the problem the other way around. As a result, the low-resolution model failed to capture most variability that was simulated with the high-resolution model.
Adejuwon, and Karsten Schulz. Diagnostic tests for model structure, Hydrol. Identification of rural land management signals in runoff response, Hydrol. Catchment mean transit times have been widely inferred from seasonal cycles of environmental tracers in precipitation and streamflow. Many chemicals such as pesticides, pharmaceuticals or household chemicals impair water quality in many areas worldwide. The spatial runoff is decomposed into a deterministic trend and deviations from it caused by stochastic fluctuations which are described by Budyko method and stochastic interpolation. Mapping terra-firme rainforest environments in Amazonia, Remote Sens.
Stable isotopes of hydrogen and oxygen in water are a powerful tool for tracking water fluxes, although the heterogeneity of natural systems and practical methodological issues still limit their full application. Also, the chance of more severe floods was increased.
The use of KGE results in annual peak flow estimates that are better than from NSE, with only a slight degradation in performance with respect to other related metrics.
It is a critical step to gap-fill streamflow data for most hydrological studies, such as streamflow trend, flood, and drought analysis and predictions. Using discharge data from 20 catchments of the Bay of Biscay findings showed the influence of land cover on discharge changes with the amount of precipitation, with lower annual water resources associated with the greater presence of forests.
The HSC-MCT is calibration-free, and therefore it can be used to predict in ungauged basins, and has great potential to be generalized at the global scale. Catchment mean transit times and young water fractions under hydrologic nonstationarity, Hydrol. Quantifying catchment-scale mixing and its effect on time-varying travel time distributions, Eissertation Resour. This work is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.
The distributed, process-oriented model, MARINE, was used to test several hypotheses of flow dynamics in soils during flash flood events in the Mediterranean area. Leila Saberi, Rachel T. The Arctic has warmed and vegetation has expanded; however, impacts on hydrology are hibert understood. Recently, deep learning DL has emerged as a revolutionary tool for transforming industries and scientific disciplines. Flood-related risks have been assessed for different receptors lying in the Sihl river valley including the city of Zurich, which represents a typical case of river flooding in an urban area, by means of a calibration process of the methodology to the site-specific context and features.
This study investigated how land use affects stream water sources and flow paths in an East African tropical montane area. This model captured the flow and tracer dynamics within each landscape unit quite well, and we could estimate the storage, fluxes and age of water within each. Article Peer review Metrics Related werts. We show that the proposed set of methods provide a powerful framework for understanding and diagnosing how and when process organization and functional similarity of hydrological systems emerge in time and, hence, when which landscape characteristic is important in a model application.
This study used observed meteorology from the last 56 years and changes in vegetation to simulate the water cycle of an Arctic headwater basin. We show that even data with these characteristics can improve ewerts prediction if properly integrated into hydrological models.
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Show only first author papers Show all papers No articles found. Journal metrics Journal metrics IF 4. We design dissertatikn implement a theoretical experiment to show that, under low-flow conditions, observed streamflow discrepancies between early and late summer can be attributed to different flow velocities in the river network.
The open-source fluid dynamic solver presented in v. Parameter optimization is necessary to improve dissertation flood forecasting capability of physically based distributed hydrological model. We quantify net intercatchment groundwater flows in the Meuse basin in a complementary three-step approach through 1 water budget accounting, 2 testing a set of conceptual hydrological models and 3 evaluating against remote sensing actual evaporation data.
Top-down influences on visual processing, Nat. We tested a model that can be used across large river basins. Goldsmith, and James W. Instead of relating SSC to discharge, as in traditional approaches, we model SSC by differentiating the potential contributions of the main erosional and transport processes of Alpine environments: Land-cover impacts on streamflow: Imme Benedict, Chiel C.
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Spatial variability in the isotopic composition of rainfall in a small headwater catchment and its effect werts hydrograph separation, J. Using expert knowledge to increase realism in environmental system models can dramatically reduce the need for calibration, Hydrol. In this study, an alternative calibration method is presented using water-level time series and the Strickler—Manning formula instead of discharge.
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