The Water Resources Management System of the State of São Paulo, Brazil

Management of Water Resources in North America III
Anticipating the 21st Century
This proceedings, Management of Water Resources in North America III, contains fourteen of the papers presented and discussed at the Third...

Management of Water Resources in North America III Anticipating the 21st Century, September 4-8, 1993, Tucson, Arizona: Canada-United States Boundary Waters Management Arrangements

Modeling the Río Colorado in 1970: How Modeling Has Changed in the Past 25 Years

MIT - Argentina Program: What Went Wrong?

Effects of Urbanization on Low Streamflows in North Carolina

Topic: Environmental Regulations

The Experience of a Water Resources Research Center in Colombia

Estimating Extreme Discharges in a Colombian Region

Groundwater Quality Evaluation at Barrancabermeja's Industrial Complex in Colombia

A Critical Review of the Pangue Dam Project EIA (Biobío River, Chile)

Artificial Recharge of the Santa Marta Aquifer, Colombia

Hydrological Impacts of Climate Changes on a Semi-Arid Region of Brazil

The Role of Wetland Conservation in Sustainable Development

Recent Developments on Shotcrete Applications in Brazil

Transition Planning for the Transfer of the Panama Canal

Cumulative Impact of Heavy Permit-Trucks on Steel Bridges
In many parts of North America, special permits are issued to heavy vehicles without considering their cumulative effect on steel bridge components. Such overloads may initiate crack propagation...

Site Effects on Strong Shaking and Seismic Risk: Recent Developments and Their Impact on Seismic Design Codes and Practice
The very strong influence of localized poor or 'adverse' geological/geotechnical foundation conditions on patterns and concentrations of damage during a number of recent earthquakes (e.g.:...

Instrumented Buoy Network Response to Ocean Swell
The National Data Buoy Center has an extensive network of more than 20 moored buoys along the west coast of North America And in the Eastern North Pacific Ocean. The network ranges from...

Late Holocene Climate Derived From Vegetation History and Plant Cellulose Stable Isotope Records From the Great Basin of Western North America





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