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Hydrological aspects of alpine and high-mountain areas

Hydrological aspects of alpine and high-mountain areas

proceedings of a symposium held during the First Scientific General Assembly of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) at Exeter, UK, 19-30 July 1982

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Published by InternationalAssociation of Hydrological Sciences in [Paris] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by J.W. Glen ; ... organized by the IAHS International Commission on Snow and Ice ; with the support of UNESCO.
SeriesIAHS publication -- no.138
ContributionsGlen, J. W., International Commission on Snow and Ice., International Association of Hydrological Sciences. Scientific General Assembly,
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Open LibraryOL18584267M

  Besides high mountain areas, many irrigation systems in the plains rely on glacier- and snow-fed rivers (Mukherji et al., ; Schoolmeester et al., ).Glacial melt water is used for irrigation mainly in the Himalayas, the Andes, the Alps, and in the Central Asias Tien Shan and Pamir mountains (Punkari et al., ; Mukherji et al., ; Buytaert et al., ; Vincent et al., ).Cited by: 1. K. Higuchi, Y. Ageta, T. Yasunari, J. InoueCharacteristics of precipitation during the monsoon season in high- mountain areas of the Nepal Himalaya Hydrological Aspects of Cited by:

Understanding glacio-hydrological processes is crucial to water resources management, especially under increasing global warming. However, data scarcity makes it challenging to quantify the contribution of glacial melt to streamflow in highly glacierized catchments such as those in the Tienshan Mountains. This study aims to investigate the glacio-hydrological processes in the SaryDjaz-Kumaric Author: Huiping Ji, Gonghuan Fang, Jing Yang, Yaning Chen. Water Resources Investigation in Pakistan with the help of LANDSAT Imagery – Snow Surveys Hydrological Aspects of Alpine and High Mountain Areas. Proceedings of the Exeter Symposium, IAHS International Association of Hydrological Sciences) Publication , Warsi M. Indus and Other River Basin of Pakistan, Stream Flow.

Glaciers are important elements of the hydrological cycle in alpine environments and are known to strongly influence the runoff regime of glacierized drainage basins at local to regional and larger scales, even with only a minor degree of glacier coverage (Hock, , Kaser et al., ).Cited by: Suggested Citation:"6 Global Hydrological Cycles and Water Resources."National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Thriving on Our Changing Planet: A Decadal Strategy for Earth Observation from Space.


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It is in. Get this from a library. Hydrological aspects of alpine and high-mountain areas: proceedings of a symposium held during the first Scientific General Assembly of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) at Exeter, UK, July [J W Glen; International Association of Hydrological Sciences.

Scientific General Assembly; IAHS International Commission on Snow and Ice. Hydrological Aspects of Alpine and High Mountain Areas (Proceedings of the Exeter Symposium, July ).

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KOTLYAKOV & A. KRENKE Institut Geografii, Akademiya Nauk Cited by: Precipitation phenomena during some summer monsoon seasons were observed in high-mountain areas of the Nepal Himalaya.

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In: Hydrological Aspects of Alpine and High-Mountain Areas, ed. Glen. International Commission on Snow and Ice (ICSI) Symposium, Exeter, UK, 19–30 July International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication Cited by: Although the Mediterranean mountain environments have been studied in the literature (e.g., [8,9,10]), there is still a lack of studies focusing on diverse aspects of the hydrological cycle, particularly those related with the medium and long term water regime, and especially the relations between ice, water and the subsidiary green : Jose Luis Diaz-Hernandez, Antonio Jose Herrera-Martinez.

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It provides an efficient vehicle of. Hydrological model assessment for ood early warning in a tropical high mountain basin María Carolina Rogelis 1, Micha Werner 1, 2, Nelson Obregón 3, and Nigel Wright 4 1 UNESCO-IHE, PO BoxDA Delft, The Netherlands 2 Deltares, PO BoxMH Delft, The Netherlands 3 Universidad Javeriana, KR 7 NoBogotá, Colombia 4 School of Civil Engineering, University of Leeds.

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AAAR publishes peer-reviewed interdisciplinary. A hydrological approach. Andes of Mendoza, In Hydrological aspects of Alpine and High Mountain Areas. IAHS PublicationGoogle Scholar. Nickling, Whalley, W.B. and Martin, H.E. Rock glaciers: II models and mechanisms. Progress in Physical Geogra Google Scholar | SAGE Journals Cited by:   Section 5, on climate change impact and mountain hydrology, includes “The influence of glacier retreat on water yield from high mountain areas: Comparison of Alps and central Asia” by Wilfried Hagg and Ludwig Braun; “Snowmelt under different temperature increase scenarios in the Swiss Alps” by Franziska Keller and Stéphane Goyette; and Author: Ellen Wohl.

Rocky Mountain alpine catchments. Snow ablation studies have focussed on application of the energy balance to estimate snowmelt over landscape units with consideration of sub-unit depletion of snow covered area.

In this case hydrological response units are segregated based on snow accumulation characteristics and applied melt energy fluxes.Overview. International Permafrost Association. Aims and Scope.

Permafrost and Periglacial Processes is an international journal dedicated to the rapid publication of scientific and technical papers concerned with earth surface cryogenic processes, landforms and sediments present in a variety of (Sub) Arctic, Antarctic and High Mountain environments.

Understanding the upstream-downstream linkages in hydrological processes is essential for water resources planning in river basins.

Although there are many studies of individual aspects of these processes in the Himalayan region, studies along the length of the basins are limited.

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