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hydrology

Hydrology is the branch of science concerned with the properties of the earth's water, and especially its movement in relation to land.

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19 Sep 2018 Assessing SWAT model sensitivity to fire-related soil organic carbon changes using digital soil mapping products Resource PDF icon save (478.39 KB) fire, hydrology
27 Jun 2018 PhD wins prestigious award News flood, hydrology, remote sensing
30 Jun 2017 The effect of wildfire on forested catchment water quality: empirical versus mechanistic models Resource PDF icon save (928.65 KB) fire, fire impacts, hydrology
30 Jun 2017 Improving flood forecasting skill using remote sensing data: rainfall estimation Resource PDF icon save (1.85 MB) flood, hydrology, remote sensing
30 Jun 2017 Improving flood forecast skill using remote sensing data: model/remote sensing data fusion Resource PDF icon save (2.03 MB) flood, hydrology, remote sensing
17 May 2017 Remote sensing offers better forecasting of riverine floods Resource PDF icon save (277.44 KB) flood, hydrology, remote sensing
14 Aug 2016 Doing hydrology backwards: retrieving rainfall distributions using the discrete wavelet transform Resource PDF icon save (253.17 KB) hydrology
Modelling the effect of fire on the hydrological cycle Project fire, hydrology
Impact of rain gauge quality control and interpolation on streamflow simulation: an application to the Warwick Catchment, Australia Biblio environments, flood, hydrology
Estimating areal rainfall time series using input data reduction, model inversion, and data assimilation Biblio flood, hydrology, modelling
Hydrologic model calibration using remotely sensed soil moisture and discharge measurements: The impact on predictions at gauged and ungauged locations Biblio emergency management, flood, hydrology
Remote-sensing flood data is filling the gaps Biblio engineering, flood, hydrology
Implementing CRC research: development of a tool for assessing post-fire hydrologic risk Biblio PDF icon save (3.66 MB) fire impacts, hydrology, modelling
Remote Sensing-Derived Water Extent and Level to Constrain Hydraulic Flood Forecasting Models: Opportunities and Challenges Biblio flood, hydrology, remote sensing

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