179   Artículos

 
en línea
Abazar Esmali,Mohammad Golshan,Ataollah Kavian     Pág. 79 - 96
It is often reported that simpler models, due to their low parameter requirements, perform better than more complex models. To test this, the current study compared a simple rainfall-runoff model (IHACRES) with a complex watershed model (SWAT). Based on ... ver más
Revista: Atmósfera    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Suria Tarigan,Akhmad Faqih     Pág. 181 - 189
Beside land use change, future climate change potentially alters streamflow fluctuation of a river basin in Indonesia. We investigated relative impact of changes in climate and land use on the streamflow fluctuation of a watershed for future condition (2... ver más
Revista: Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Management    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Javier González-Ramírez,Alejandro Parés-Sierra     Pág. 261 - 272
It has been shown that detailed and continuous riverine discharge and nutrient input data are fundamental to the successful simulation of biogeochemical processes in the ocean using numerical models. Currently, no discharge data for the river mouths on t... ver más
Revista: Atmósfera    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Xueping Zhu, Chi Zhang, Wei Qi, Wenjun Cai, Xuehua Zhao and Xueni Wang    
The impacts of temperature and precipitation changes on regional evaporation and runoff characteristics have been investigated for the Biliu River basin, which is located in Liaoning Province, northeast China. Multiple climate change scenarios from phase... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Prasad Daggupati, Rituraj Shukla, Balew Mekonnen, Ramesh Rudra, Asim Biswas, Pradeep K. Goel, Shiv Prasher and Wanhong Yang    
In the last decade, Lake Erie, one of the great lakes bordering Canada and the USA has been under serious threat due to increased phosphorus levels originating from agricultural fields. Large scale watersheds contributing to Lake Erie from the USA side a... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Farzad Emami and Manfred Koch    
Modeling the hydrologic responses to future changes of climate is important for improving adaptive water management. In the present application to the Zarrine River Basin (ZRB), with the major reach being the main inflow source of Lake Urmia (LU), firstl... ver más
Revista: Climate    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Xin Gao, Xingwei Chen, Trent W. Biggs and Huaxia Yao    
Hydrological models often perform poorly in simulating dry years in regions with large inter-annual variability in rainfall. We calibrated the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) model to dry and wet years separately, using the semi-arid Barrett waters... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Lan Thanh Ha, Wim G. M. Bastiaanssen, Ann van Griensven, Albert I. J. M. van Dijk and Gabriel B. Senay    
In this paper, evapotranspiration (ET) and leaf area index (LAI) were used to calibrate the SWAT model, whereas remotely sensed precipitation and other climatic parameters were used as forcing data for the 6300 km2 Day Basin, a tributary of the Red River... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Narayan Kumar Shrestha, Chrismar Punzal, Olkeba Tolessa Leta and Willy Bauwens    
Modelling trace metal dynamics is essential in an integrated modelling framework as trace metals have the potential to be fatal, even when present at low concentrations. Since the degree of bioavailability of a metal depends on its presence in the dissol... ver más
Revista: Environments    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Fikru Fentaw Abera, Dereje Hailu Asfaw, Agizew Nigussie Engida and Assefa M. Melesse    
Optimal operation of reservoirs is very essential for water resource planning and management, but it is very challenging and complicated when dealing with climate change impacts. The objective of this paper was to assess existing and future hydropower op... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

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