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Δευτέρα, 26 Αυγούστου 2019


Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1770: Hydrogeological and Climatological Risks Perception in a Multi-Hazard Environment: The Case of Greece
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1770: Hydrogeological and Climatological Risks Perception in a Multi-Hazard Environment: The Case of Greece Water doi: 10.3390/w11091770 Authors: Papagiannaki Diakakis Kotroni Lagouvardos Andreadakis Climate-related hazards, such as wildfires and hydrogeological phenomena, cause extensive damages and casualties around the world. Despite the recent advances and technologies for risk mitigation, it is acknowledged that public risk perception is a...
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Sun Aug 25, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1771: Assessing the Performance of CMIP5 Global Climate Models for Simulating Future Precipitation Change in the Tibetan Plateau
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1771: Assessing the Performance of CMIP5 Global Climate Models for Simulating Future Precipitation Change in the Tibetan Plateau Water doi: 10.3390/w11091771 Authors: Kun Jia Yunfeng Ruan Yanzhao Yang Chao Zhang In this study, the performance of 33 Coupled Model Intercomparison Project 5 (CMIP5) global climate models (GCMs) in simulating precipitation over the Tibetan Plateau (TP) was assessed using data from 1961 to 2005 by an improved score-based method,...
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Sun Aug 25, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1769: Research on the Allocation of Flood Drainage Rights of the Sunan Canal Based on a Bi-level Multi-Objective Programming Model
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1769: Research on the Allocation of Flood Drainage Rights of the Sunan Canal Based on a Bi-level Multi-Objective Programming Model Water doi: 10.3390/w11091769 Authors: Dandan Zhang Juqin Shen Fuhua Sun Bo Liu Zeyu Wang Kaize Zhang Lin Li To reduce flood disasters and optimize of the comprehensive benefit of the water basin, the allocation of regional flood drainage rights is of great significance. Using the “top-down” allocation...
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Sun Aug 25, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1768: Resistance of Laminar Drain Reinforcement Levee against Overflow Erosion
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1768: Resistance of Laminar Drain Reinforcement Levee against Overflow Erosion Water doi: 10.3390/w11091768 Authors: Yuki Kurakami Yasuo Nihei As a method for reinforcing against overflow erosion and infiltration, this study investigated a laminar drain reinforcement (LDR) levee, in which the drain layers are set on the back slope and connected to concrete panels using geogrid layers. We examined the resistance against overflow erosion of the LDR levee by large-scale...
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Sun Aug 25, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1767: Predicting Lake Quality for the Next Generation: Impacts of Catchment Management and Climatic Factors in a Probabilistic Model Framework
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1767: Predicting Lake Quality for the Next Generation: Impacts of Catchment Management and Climatic Factors in a Probabilistic Model Framework Water doi: 10.3390/w11091767 Authors: S. Jannicke Moe Raoul-Marie Couture Sigrid Haande Anne Lyche Solheim Leah Jackson-Blake Lake ecosystems across the world are under combined pressures of eutrophication and climate change, which increase the risk of harmful cyanobacteria blooms, reduced ecological status, and...
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Sat Aug 24, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1766: Improving the Accuracy of Hydrodynamic Simulations in Data Scarce Environments Using Bayesian Model Averaging: A Case Study of the Inner Niger Delta, Mali, West Africa
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1766: Improving the Accuracy of Hydrodynamic Simulations in Data Scarce Environments Using Bayesian Model Averaging: A Case Study of the Inner Niger Delta, Mali, West Africa Water doi: 10.3390/w11091766 Authors: Md Mominul Haque Ousmane Seidou Abdolmajid Mohammadian Abdouramane Gado Djibo Stefan Liersch Samuel Fournet Sara Karam Edangodage Duminda Pradeep Perera Martin Kleynhans In this paper, the study area was the Inner Niger Delta (IND)...
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Sat Aug 24, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1765: Evaluating the Risk-Based Performance of Bioinfiltration Facilities under Climate Change Scenarios
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1765: Evaluating the Risk-Based Performance of Bioinfiltration Facilities under Climate Change Scenarios Water doi: 10.3390/w11091765 Authors: Conor Lewellyn Bridget Wadzuk Many communities throughout the world are utilizing green infrastructure practices to mitigate the projected impacts of climate change. While some areas of the world are anticipating droughts, other areas are preparing for an increased flood risk, due to changes in precipitation volume and...
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Sat Aug 24, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1764: Estimating the Isotopic Altitude Gradient for Hydrogeological Studies in Mountainous Areas: Are the Low-Yield Springs Suitable? Insights from the Northern Apennines of Italy
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1764: Estimating the Isotopic Altitude Gradient for Hydrogeological Studies in Mountainous Areas: Are the Low-Yield Springs Suitable? Insights from the Northern Apennines of Italy Water doi: 10.3390/w11091764 Authors: Tazioli Cervi Doveri Mussi Deiana Ronchetti Several prior studies investigated the use of stable isotopes of water in hydrogeological applications, most on a local scale and often involving the isotopic gradient (evaluated by exploiting...
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Fri Aug 23, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1763: Using Remote Sensing Based Metrics to Quantify the Hydrological Response in a City
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1763: Using Remote Sensing Based Metrics to Quantify the Hydrological Response in a City Water doi: 10.3390/w11091763 Authors: Charlotte Wirion Willy Bauwens Boud Verbeiren We propose a remote-sensing based metric approach to evaluate the hydrological response of highly urbanized areas and apply it to the city of Brussels. The model is set-up using 2 m resolution hyperspectral data. Next, it is upscaled to the city level, using multi-spectral Sentinel-2 data...
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Fri Aug 23, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1762: Combined Effect of Tides and Wind on Water Exchange in a Semi-Enclosed Shallow Sea
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1762: Combined Effect of Tides and Wind on Water Exchange in a Semi-Enclosed Shallow Sea Water doi: 10.3390/w11091762 Authors: Jiancheng Shang Jian Sun Lei Tao Yuanyi Li Zhenhua Nie Haiying Liu Rui Chen Dekui Yuan The Bohai Sea is a semi-enclosed shallow sea in China, where the tides and wind are the dominant factors contributing to the water exchange with the Yellow Sea. However, existing studies on this water exchange primarily consider only...
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Fri Aug 23, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1756: Hydraulic Jump below Abrupt Asymmetric Expanding Stilling Basin on Rough Bed
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1756: Hydraulic Jump below Abrupt Asymmetric Expanding Stilling Basin on Rough Bed Water doi: 10.3390/w11091756 Authors: Nafiseh Torkamanzad Ali Hosseinzadeh Dalir Farzin Salmasi Akram Abbaspour The present research describes a laboratory study of hydraulic jump in the abrupt asymmetric expansion stilling basin as an energy dissipator by changing the geometry of walls and bed roughness elements. The experiments were carried out in a horizontal flume with...
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Fri Aug 23, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1760: Stable Isotope Composition of River Waters across the World
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1760: Stable Isotope Composition of River Waters across the World Water doi: 10.3390/w11091760 Authors: Yi Nan Fuqiang Tian Hongchang Hu Lixin Wang Sihan Zhao Stable isotopes of O and H in water are meaningful indicators of hydrological and ecological patterns and processes. The Global Network of Isotopes in Precipitation (GNIP) and the Global Network of Isotopes in Rivers (GNIR) are the two most important global databases of isotopes in precipitation...
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Fri Aug 23, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1761: Impact Assessment of Pier Shape and Modifications on Scouring around Bridge Pier
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1761: Impact Assessment of Pier Shape and Modifications on Scouring around Bridge Pier Water doi: 10.3390/w11091761 Authors: Rashid Farooq Abdul Razzaq Ghumman Previous experimental research on utilizing pier modifications as countermeasures against local scour has focused primarily on circular pier. It is of utmost importance to further investigate the most suitable pier shape for pier modification countermeasure separately and in combination. This experimental...
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Fri Aug 23, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1757: A Regression Model of Stream Water Quality Based on Interactions between Landscape Composition and Riparian Buffer Width in Small Catchments
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1757: A Regression Model of Stream Water Quality Based on Interactions between Landscape Composition and Riparian Buffer Width in Small Catchments Water doi: 10.3390/w11091757 Authors: Teresa Cristina Tarlé Pissarra Carlos Alberto Valera Renata Cristina Araújo Costa Hygor Evangelista Siqueira Marcílio Vieira Martins Filho Renato Farias do Valle Júnior Luís Filipe Sanches Fernandes Fernando António Leal Pacheco Riparian vegetation represents...
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Fri Aug 23, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1758: Sustainable Irrigation in Agriculture: An Analysis of Global Research
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1758: Sustainable Irrigation in Agriculture: An Analysis of Global Research Water doi: 10.3390/w11091758 Authors: Juan F. Velasco-Muñoz José A. Aznar-Sánchez Ana Batlles-delaFuente Maria Dolores Fidelibus Irrigated agriculture plays a fundamental role as a supplier of food and raw materials. However, it is also the world’s largest water user. In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of studies analyzing agricultural irrigation...
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Fri Aug 23, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1755: Virtual Water Flow and Water Footprint Assessment of an Arid Region: A Case Study of South Khorasan Province, Iran
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1755: Virtual Water Flow and Water Footprint Assessment of an Arid Region: A Case Study of South Khorasan Province, Iran Water doi: 10.3390/w11091755 Authors: Ehsan Qasemipour Ali Abbasi Water challenges—especially in developing countries—are set to be strained by population explosion, growing technology, climate change and a shift in consumption pattern toward more water-intensive products. In these situations, water transfer in virtual form...
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Fri Aug 23, 2019 03:00
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1759: Application of Arthrospira (Spirulina) platensis against Chemical Pollution of Water
Water, Vol. 11, Pages 1759: Application of Arthrospira (Spirulina) platensis against Chemical Pollution of Water Water doi: 10.3390/w11091759 Authors: Inga Tabagari Maritsa Kurashvili Tamar Varazi George Adamia George Gigolashvili Marina Pruidze Liana Chokheli Gia Khatisashvili Peter von Fragstein und Niemsdorff The basis of phytoremediation technology for cleaning chemically polluted water was developed in the framework of the presented work. This technology...
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Fri Aug 23, 2019 03:00

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