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Large-scale monitoring of snow cover and runoff simulation in Himalayan river basins using remote sensing
Abstract Various remote sensing products are used to identify spatial–temporal trends in snow cover in river basins originating in the Himalayas and adjacent Tibetan–Qinghai plateau. It is shown thatExpand
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Comparing evapotranspiration estimates from satellites, hydrological models and field data
Abstract This paper provides an overview of an experiment in which eight different methods of estimating actual evaporation and transpiration based on field data, on hydrological models and onExpand
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Calibration of a distributed hydrological model based on satellite evapotranspiration
Summary Calibrating spatially distributed hydrological models is complex due to the lack of reliable data, uncertainty in representing the physical features of a river catchment, and theExpand
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Water resources trends in Middle East and North Africa towards 2050
Changes in water resources availability can be expected as consequences of climate change, population growth, economic development and environmental considerations. A two-stage modeling approach isExpand
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Climate change projections of precipitation and reference evapotranspiration for the Middle East and Northern Africa until 2050
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region can be considered as the most water-scarce region of the world. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change projects strong changes in climate acrossExpand
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Leaching of Solutes from an Intensively Managed Peat Soil to Surface Water
In many peat land areas in The Netherlands target concentrations for nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) in surface water are exceeded. A considerable, but poorly quantified, fraction, of the N and PExpand
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Estimating actual evapotranspiration using a detailed agro-hydrological model
Abstract Actual evapotranspiration (ET) is an important term of the water balance and actual crop transpiration is considered to be the determining factor in crop production. However, measurements ofExpand
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Detecting the long-term impacts from climate variability and increasing water consumption on runoff in the Krishna river basin (India)
Variations in climate, land-use and water con- sumption can have profound effects on river runoff. There is an increasing demand to study these factors at the re- gional to river basin-scale sinceExpand
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