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Detection of change in world-wide hydrological time series of maximum annual flow
|Statement||report by a team of experts under the leadership of Zbigniew W. Kundzewicz.|
|Series||WMO/TD -- no. 1239., WCASP -- 64., WCASP (Series) -- 64.|
|Contributions||Kundzewicz, Zbigniew W., Unesco., World Meteorological Organization., World Climate Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
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The tests | Find, read and cite all the research. The main aim of the article was application of some statistical tests for investigation of weak stationarity of hydrologic time series. The tests were applied to mean monthly flow and maximum annual flow on three rivers: two Polish and one American river.
Firstly, the modified Mann-Kendall test for autocorrelated data was used to detect trend. Development of Threshold Levels and a Climate-Sensitivity Model of the Hydrological Regime of the High-Altitude Catchment of the Western Himalayas, Pakistan by Muhammad Saifullah 1,2, Shiyin Liu 1,*, Adnan Ahmad Tahir 3, Muhammad Zaman 4, Sajjad Ahmad 5, Muhammad Adnan 6,7, Dianyu Chen 1, Muhammad Ashraf 8,9 and Asif Mehmood 10Author: Muhammad Saifullah, Shiyin Liu, Adnan Ahmad Tahir, Muhammad Zaman, Sajjad Ahmad, Muhammad Adnan, Dia.
is in fact ample evidence of a world-wide downward trend in such work, invol ving both developed and developing countries (WMO, a). Past geophysical, more specifically hydrological, data are essential in assessing not only the magnitude of a body of fresh water and its extent in space, but also its variability with Size: KB.
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Introduction. Physically based, distributed hydrologic models are used for simulation of the hydrologic cycle to help answer questions related to water resource availability and quality, to assess the effect of changes in climate or land cover, and support water resources management, along with many other : Tseganeh Zekiewos Gichamo, Nazmus S.
Sazib, David G. Tarboton, Pabitra Dash. Year Published: Using small unmanned aircraft systems for measuring post-flood high-water marks and streambed elevations. Floods affected approximately two billion people around the world from –, causing overfatalities and over billion U.S.
dollars in economic losses. Benchmarking the predictive capability of hydrological models for river flow and flood peak predictions across over catchments in Great Britain Rosanna A.
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from the maximum to minimum with each flow plotted against the percent-age of time it is exceeded. (Zhang et al., ). Mathematical Modeling. In addition to field-based forest hydrological research methods used in “Paired Watershed” or “single-watershed” studies, computer simulation mod.
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Human Influences Stream Ecology and Flow Management Operational Hydrology Outlook Textbook on Hydrological Drought. The available time series date from (Amen) and (Kilti) to latethough there are occasional gaps in the data. In addition to these formal data sources, hydrometeorological time series are available from a community‐based monitoring program at Dangesheta village from March to January Cited by: 9.
FIGURE Time series of annual mean precipitation amounts in the Northwest, West and Southwest regions in mm (left) and inches (right).
The long-term mean and extremes are given at the lower right and lines are plotted for each. Quanxi Shao, Zhanling Li and Zongxue Xu (), Trend detection in hydrological time series by segment regression with application to Shiyang River basin. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 24(2): DOI: /s Tao Yang, Xu Chong-yu, Shao Quanxi, Chen Xi ().
Duhan and Pandey applied the Mann-Kendall (MK) test and Sen’s slope estimator test in Madhya Pradesh in India for a rainfall time series of years (–) and found a decreasing change on an annual basis whereas seasonal analysis showed a significant increasing trend in the summer and a decreasing trend in the monsoon.
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Seasonal Variability of Vegetation Canopy When performing change detection analysis, the seasonal variability of canopy cover can be accounted for by performing the analysis at a consistent time period across multiple years (Schiever and Congalton, ).
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so a best estimate based on the time series is a more useful product. We use a combination of smoothing splines. Here we estimate the scaling parameters of annual maximum series through a hierarchical Bayesian model, which allow us to reduce the estimate uncertainties.
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The monsoon season was one of case studies with exceptionally heavy and led to extensive and long-lasting flooding in the Chao Phraya river basin, by: 9.
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The available time series date from (Amen) and (Kilti) to latethough there are occasional gaps in the data. In addition to these formal data sources, hydrometeorological time series are available from a community‐based monitoring program at Dangesheta village from March to January Mapping of water inundation and its change through time is part of our focus in studying transient processes from space.
Inhyperspectral data were acquired from the Hyperion instrument for target areas around the world that have a high potential for flooding to develop and test floodwater classifiers. J CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS 40 Parts to Revised as of July 1, Protection of Environment Containing a codification of documents of general applicability and future effect As of July 1, With Ancillaries.
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