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A review of drought concepts
Owing to the rise in water demand and looming climate change, recent years have witnessed much focus on global drought scenarios. As a natural hazard, drought is best characterized by multipleExpand
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Soil Conservation Service Curve Number (SCS-CN) Methodology
1 Introduction.- 2. SCS-CN Method.- 3. Analytical Derivation of the SCS-CN Method.- 4. Determination of 'S' Using Volumetric Concept.- 5. Determination of 'S' Using Physical Principles.- 6.Expand
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Analysis of spatial distribution and temporal trend of reference evapotranspiration and pan evaporation in Changjiang (Yangtze River) catchment
are discussed. The spatial distributions of temporal trends in the reference evapotranspiration as well as in the meteorological variables that determine evapotranspiration are analyzed. TheExpand
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Longitudinal dispersion coefficient in straight rivers
An analytical method is developed to determine the longitudinal dispersion coefficient in Fischer's triple integral expression for natural rivers. The method is based on the hydraulic geometryExpand
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Bivariate Flood Frequency Analysis Using the Copula Method
Using the copula method, bivariate distributions of flood peak and volume, and flood volume and duration were derived. A major advantage of this method is that marginal distributions of individualExpand
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A Two-source Trapezoid Model for Evapotranspiration (TTME) from satellite imagery
article This study develops a Two-source Trapezoid Model for Evapotranspiration (TTME) from satellite imagery by interpreting the remotely sensed fractional vegetation cover (fc)-radiative surfaceExpand
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Drought modeling-A review
In recent years droughts have been occurring frequently, and their impacts are being aggravated by the rise in water demand and the variability in hydro-meteorological variables due to climateExpand
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What is environmental hydrology
Air, soil, and water constitute the environmental continuum, and are vital components for sustaining life on earth. These components are interactive and interactions amongst them are complex. StatedExpand
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Effect of climate change on sea water intrusion in coastal aquifers
There is increasing debate these days on climate change and its possible consequences. Much of this debate has focused in the context of surface water systems. In many arid areas of the world,Expand
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