Foundation Design for the Elevated Station
The Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station is located at an elevation of 2,850 m on the 3,200 m thick polar plateau, a field of ice and snow that is moving toward the ocean at a rate of 10...

Distributed Snow Process Model for Use with Hydrologic Engineering Center's Hydrologic Modeling System (HEC-HMS)

Perspectives on the 1997 Flooding Red River of the North

Coincident Frequency in Snowmelt Runoff Modeling

Aquifer Storage in Southern Sinai

Management of Winter Diffuse Pollution from Urban Areas: Effect of Drainage and Deicing Operations

The Effect of Climate Change on Danube Flow Regime

Regional Model of Glaciers Runoff and Its Application for Hydrological Forecasts

Identification of Coastal British Columbia Terrain Susceptible to Debris Flows

Estimation of the Probable Maximum Rainfall and Snowmelt Floods Via Physically Based Model of River Runoff Generation
Disastrous floods can be caused by unusual combinations of hydrometeorological factors and river basin conditions that have not been observed during a long observation period. The physically-based...

Identification of a General Linear Model for Reservoir Inflows Forecasting
General linear stochastic models represent a valuable alternative to conceptual models in order to describe runoff generating mechanisms in a drainage basin. In regions such as Quebec,...

Towards Improved Understanding of Coagulation During Runoff Events

Distributed Modeling of Snowmelt and Influence of Wind

Coastal Erosion and Sea Level Rise: Residents' and Local Officials' Response
Recent concern about the possibility of the sea rising due to the warming of the atmosphere and the resultant melting of the polar ice caps has prompted attention to the question of how...

A Revised Snowstorm Maximization Method for Canadian Boreal Regions
A proposed refinement in the development of design snowpacks for use in the derivation of probable maximum floods (PMF) estimates in the Canadian Boreal is presented. Shortcomings in the...

Modeling Water Table Response to Climate Change in a Norther Minnesota Peatland
Projections of global warming raise questions concerning the fate of wetlands in many parts of the world. In northern Minnesota, there is concern that the nearly 3 million hectares of...

Research Needs for Debris Flow Disaster Prevention
A 'soft' disaster reduction strategy is proposed based on identification of hazard location, extent and maximum intensity; monitoring of antecedent catchment moisture, sediment and vegetation...

Differentiation of Debris-Flow and Flash-Flood Deposits: Implications for Paleoflood Investigations
Debris flows and flash floods are common geomorphic processes in the Colorado Rocky Mountain Front Range and foothills. Usually, debris flows and flash floods are associated with excess...

Traffic Impact Assessment for Snow Disposal Facilities—Extended Abstract
Snow disposal facilities perform an integral role in the maintenance programs of many municipalities in canada and other northern countries. The most popular type of snow disposal facility...

Application of Monthly Model of Los Angeles Aqueduct System to Investigate Impacts from Mono Lake Tributary Diversions

 

 

 

 

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