Linear Pertubation Model: An Application to Tanzanian Catchments
Floods are still a problem to many countries in the world todate. Floods do cause damage to property and sometimes loss to human life. Flood control measures by structural and non-structural...

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...

Drainage Analysis Using Triangulated Irregular Networks

Station Selection for Pooling Flood Data in a Densely Gauged Region of the UK

Contaminated Sediment Transport During Floods

Automated Delineation of Catchment Area Boundaries with TINs

Definition of a Weighting Function for Rainfall in Aggregated Rainfall-Runoff Models

Sediment Rating Curves Based on Ranked Values

Unification in Estimation of Confidence Intervals
One area of future development needs in technology pertaining to surface runoff hydrology is the unification of techniques used by govermental agencies in the estimation of surface runoff...

The Torres Strait Baseline Study: Environmental Protection of a Tropical Marine Environment in Northern Australia
This paper discusses the potential impacts of mining in the Fly River catchment area of Papua New Guinea on the Torres Strait marine environment and the customary ways of life of the Torres...

Low Flow Index and Hydrogeological Characteristics
This work is set within a framework of research on drought phenomena, causes and effects, and the methods to fight the harmful effects of droughts in the agricultural, municipal and industrial...

A Review of the Practical Application of Drainage Catchment Planning

Study on Catch Basins in Switzerland

Pollutant Removal by Catch Basins in West Germany State of the Art—New Design

Inlet Control Concepts on Catchbasins—U.S. Experience

Uncertainty of Runoff Volume as a Function of Rainfall and Catchment Characteristics
The expected variability of runoff volume due to the uncertainties in spatial distribution of rainfall and catchment characteristics is quantified. A physically-based mathematical model...

Siphoning Sludge
Floating siphon sludge collection systems, as part of a massive wastewater treatment expansion program, are helping Houston to grow. Amid the boom years of the early 1970s, the city had...

Water Quantity/Quality Modelling in an Overseas Situation

A Front End Expert System for the Calibration of SWMM Runoff Block
An expert system is discussed which acts as a front end to the Storm Water Management Model (SWMM) for the purpose of preparation of data input and parameter selection. The structure of...

An Approach to Quality-Orientated Management of Catchment Areas with Artificial Ground Water Recharge
In the Federal Republic of Germany the artificial ground water recharge is primarily used to replenish the ground water resources for municipal drinking water supply. Only in some cases...





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