Comparison of Mean Areal Precipitation Estimates Derived from NEXRAD Radar vs. Rain Gage Networks

Acidification of Rainwater Due to Washout of Atmospheric Gaseous Pollutants

Characteristics of Soil Water Flow Processes

Debris-Flow Initiation Experiments Using Diverse Hydrologic Triggers

Initiation of Debris Flows in Tributaries of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Arizona

Normalizing Rainfall/Debris-Flow Thresholds Along the U. S. Pacific Coast for Long-Term Variations in Preciptation Climate

A Debris Flow Triggered by a Soil Slip on Elba Island, Italy

Glacial Debris-Flows Mitigation in Kazakstan: Assessment, Prediction and Control

A Quantitative Risk Assessment and Risk Management Methodology for Natural Terrain in Hong Kong

Two Debris Flows with Anomalously High Magnitude

Identification of Coastal British Columbia Terrain Susceptible to Debris Flows

Debris Flow Monitoring Activities in an Instrumented Watershed on the Italian Alps

The Rhine Flood Events in December 1993/January 1994 and in January 1995

Flooding in Southeastern United States From Tropical Storm Alberto, July 1994

Comparison of Multi-Layer Perceptron and Radial Basis Function Network as Tools for Flood Forecasting

Investigation of Some Heavy Flood Hazards in Small Alpine Catchments in Austria

Flood Forecasting Model for an Alpine Drainage Basin - River Drau in Austria

Hydrological Analysis of High Flows and Floods in the Sava River Near Zagreb (Croatia)

Analysis of Exceptional Meteorological Conditions on July and August in Conakry
Conakry is a zone that receives more precipitation than other countries in West Africa. Sometimes the quantity is more than 4,000 mm per year. Strong rainfalls are observed between July...

Flooding from Rain-on-Snow Events in the Sierra Nevada
The most damaging floods in rivers of the Sierra Nevada of California have occurred during warm storms when rain fell in snow covered catchments. These large floods in the major tributaries...





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