Coupled Modelling of Groundwater Flow and Hydrochemistry in the Sellafield Area

Groundwater Flow Modelling at the Olkiluoto Site, Finland

Indirect Evidences for Quantification of Groundwater Flow: Assessment of the Consistency of Geohydrological Groundwater Flow Models and Hydrochemical Mixing/Reaction Models of the Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory

Modeling of Possible Outflow of Radionuclides from Deep Burials into Biosphere

Biosphere Modelling for Radioactive Waste Disposal

Practical Experiences with Sealing Technology in the Czech Republic

Issues in Risk Perception and Communication of Importance to a Regulator: Results of an International Seminar Sponsored by HMIP

Innovative Methods for Informing the Public—A Case Study

The Part of Precipitation in Some Ecological Problems of the Dnister Basin
The purpose of the present paper is to study the peculiarity of precipitation falling in the Dnister basin, their distribution on territory, and research of several year's precipitation...

The 1995 Flood in Southeastern Norway—Operational Forecasting, Warning, and Monitoring of a 200-Year Flood
The southeastern part of Norway experienced during the 1995 spring the highest flood recorded since the devastating flood in July 1789. The snow storage was at the end of April 30 to 50...

The Largest Water Reservoirs of Russia in Flood Control
(Asbtract only) The largest water reservoirs of Russia, such as a reservoirs cascade on Volga and Kama Rivers, are used for solution of a number of water problems including flood control....

European Progress on river Renaturalisation
Most restoration projects in Europe have been designed to maximise species richness with little regard for channel stability. To recreate a sustainable natural channel it is necessary...

Protection against Flooding: A New Delta Plan in the Netherlands
The Netherlands are situated on the delta of three of Europe's main rivers: the Rhine, the Meuse, and the Scheldt. As a result, the country has been able to develop into an important industrial...

Flood Management Strategies for the Rhine and Maas Rivers in the Netherlands
This paper addresses the above issues, examines the lessons learned, and emphasizes the shift in attention from society on flood management issues. Special attention is devoted to the...

How to Manage Floodwaves in the Dutch Meuse: Future Measures to Reduce the Inconvenience of Inundations
This study showed that in the Gravelmeuse the combination of nature development and reducing of inundation inconvenience is possible. In the framework of the obliged supply of a fixed...

Influence of Flooding Events on Suspended Matter Quality of the Meuse River (The Netherlands)
Flooding events of the Rhine and Meuse Rivers have struck The Netherlands in 1993 and 1995. In the Meuse River basin, the river forelands have been widely used for housing and agro-industrial...

From Natural Disaster to Human-Caused Disaster
This paper deals with the assessment of the environmental effects of the channelization, which has been monitored throughout the first year after completion of the project. Although the...

River Dnister Pollution with Toxic Waste as a Result of Accident at Potassium Fertilizers Factory
River Dnister has a length of 1,352 km. Its spring is situated in Carpathian Mountains at the height of more than 900 m. Dnister runs across the territory of Ukraine and Moldova Republic...

Wetland Restoration in Southern North Sea Coastal Areas: The Experience of Britain and The Netherlands
Over the past 500 years, extensive reclamation of tidal wetland areas in the lowlands surrounding the Southern North Sea has taken place. In the Netherlands, reclamation has been an essential...

Assessment of Risks of Flooding by Use of a Two-Dimensional Model
In case of rare floods, the rivers might go far away from their minor bed, submerging large areas, eventually with relatively high velocities. One-dimensional models are not suitable to...

 

 

 

 

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