Scope Note: Water is one of our most natural resources. Without it, there would be no life on earth. Hydrology has evolved as a science in response to the need to understand the complex water system of the earth and help solve water problems.
Source: http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/hydrology.html

  1. Groundwater hydrology of boreal peatlands above a bedrock tunnel – Drainage impacts and surface water groundwater interactions [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  2. Uncertainty of downscaling method in quantifying the impact of climate change on hydrology[Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  3. Rain-shadow hydrology: Influences on river flows and flood magnitudes across the central massif divide of La Grande Terre Island, New Caledonia [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  4. Assessment of hydrology, sediment and particulate organic carbon yield in a large agricultural catchment using the SWAT model [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  5. Relative influence of upland and lowland headwaters on the isotope hydrology and transit times of larger catchments [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  6. Effect of beaver dams on the hydrology of small mountain streams: Example from the Chevral in the Ourthe Orientale basin, Ardennes, Belgium [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  7. Comparison of detrending methods for fluctuation analysis in hydrology [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  8. Managing the impact of climate change on the hydrology of the Gallocanta Basin, NE-Spain [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  9. Characterization of Portuguese geological materials to be used in medical hydrology[Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  10. The influences of climate and hydrology on population dynamics of waterbirds in the lower Murrumbidgee River floodplains in Southeast Australia: Implications for environmental water management [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  11. Mechanism-based emulation of dynamic simulation models: Concept and application in hydrology [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
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