Trends and Changes in Hydroclimatic Variables

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  • Author : Ramesh Teegavarapu
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 416 pages
  • ISBN : 0128109866
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Trends and Changes in Hydroclimatic Variables

Trends and Changes in Hydroclimatic Variables
  • Author : Ramesh Teegavarapu
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 14 September 2018
GET THIS BOOK Trends and Changes in Hydroclimatic Variables

Trends and Changes in Hydroclimatic Variables: Links to Climate Variability and Change discusses the change detection and trend analysis methods used to assess hydroclimatic variables in a changing climate. Changes and trends in hydroclimatic variables are assessed using state-of-the-art methods, such as non-linear trend estimation (including spline smoothing and local regression) and handling persistence (or serial auto-correlation in data) for assessing trends in different hydroclimatic variables (e.g. pre-whitening methods). This book offers a variety of real-life case studies and

Analyzing Trends in Temperature Streamflow and Precipitation Over Southern Ontario and Qu bec Using the Discreet Wavelet Transform

Analyzing Trends in Temperature  Streamflow and Precipitation Over Southern Ontario and Qu  bec Using the Discreet Wavelet Transform
  • Author : Deasy Nalley
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 21 June 2021
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"Analysis on hydroclimatic variables can provide information on how the climate has evolved over time. This can be accomplished through time series analysis. Trend analysis in hydroclimatic variables is challenging due to their non-stationary nature and the presence of noise and stochastic components in them. The principal objective of this study is to detect and analyze trends in mean surface air temperature, total precipitation and mean streamflow obtained from several stations in Ontario and Quebec, Canada. To accomplish this, we

Spatial and Temporal Variations in Hydroclimatic Variables Affecting Streamflow Across Western Canada

Spatial and Temporal Variations in Hydroclimatic Variables Affecting Streamflow Across Western Canada
  • Author : Hayley Christina Linton,University of Victoria (B.C.). Department of Geography
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 21 June 2021
GET THIS BOOK Spatial and Temporal Variations in Hydroclimatic Variables Affecting Streamflow Across Western Canada

A large portion of the freshwater in western Canada originates as snowpack from the northern Rocky Mountains. The temperature and precipitation in these areas controls the amount of snow accumulated and stored throughout the winter, and the amount and timing of melt that occurs during the spring freshet. Therefore, a better understanding of past and future changes to the extent of snowpack and timing of melt can modify the timing of peak river flow on a continental scale. Trends in

Regional Hydrological Impacts of Climatic Change Impact assessment and decision making

Regional Hydrological Impacts of Climatic Change  Impact assessment and decision making
  • Author : Thorsten Wagener,Stewart W. Franks
  • Publisher : International Assn of Hydrological Sciences
  • Release : 21 June 2021
GET THIS BOOK Regional Hydrological Impacts of Climatic Change Impact assessment and decision making

First considers the assessment of the hydrological impacts of future climate and then addresses decision making for mitigation/adaptation strategies, given the uncertainties associated with predictions by water resources and hydrological extremes models.

Hydroclimatology

Hydroclimatology
  • Author : Marlyn L. Shelton
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 21 June 2021
GET THIS BOOK Hydroclimatology

Hydroclimatology provides a systematic structure for analysing how the climate system causes time and space variations (both global and local) in the hydrologic cycle. Changes in the relationship between the climate system and the hydrologic cycle underlie floods, drought and possible future influences of global warming on water resources. Land-based data, satellite data, and computer models contribute to our understanding of the complex time and space variations of physical processes shared by the climate system and the hydrologic cycle. Blending

Structure and Origins of Trends in Hydrological Measures Over the Western United States

Structure and Origins of Trends in Hydrological Measures Over the Western United States
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 21 June 2021
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This study examines, at 1/8 degree spatial resolution, the geographic structure of observed trends in key hydrologically relevant variables across the western United States (U.S.) over the period 1950-1999, and investigates whether these trends are statistically significantly different from trends associated with natural climate variations. A number of variables were analyzed, including late winter and spring temperature, winter-total snowy days as a fraction of winter-total wet days, 1st April Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) as a fraction of October through March

Trends and Fluctuations in Precipitation and Stream Runoff in the Queen Charlotte Islands

Trends and Fluctuations in Precipitation and Stream Runoff in the Queen Charlotte Islands
  • Author : Eero Karanka
  • Publisher : BC, Ministry of Forests
  • Release : 21 June 1986
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A number of indicators of climatic trends in the Queen Charlotte Islands are examined in this report. The purpose of the analysis is to determine extent of climatic influence on recent increases in the incidence of slope failures and stream channel enlargement. Winter (October to April) total rainfall, precipitation, and snowfall; winter mean temperature; water-year (October to September) total stream run off; and the exceedance of daily precipitation amounts were studied using a variety of trend and data homogeneity analysis

The Hydrology of Mesoscale Catchments in Scotland

The Hydrology of Mesoscale Catchments in Scotland
  • Author : Scott James McGrane
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 21 June 2021
GET THIS BOOK The Hydrology of Mesoscale Catchments in Scotland

Understanding the spatial and temporal dynamics of catchment systems is crucial to understanding how hydrological behaviour may change over time and how this impacts on crucial aspects of catchment management such as flood generation, water resource management and the sources and fluxes of sediment, nutrients and contaminants. A combined statistical analysis was undertaken to assess whether similar catchment groupings respond to changing climatic drivers in the same way. A k-means cluster and PCA analysis grouped catchments in four clusters, which

Understanding 21st Century Hydroclimatic Trends in Western USA Mountain Ranges Using Variable resolution CESM

Understanding 21st Century Hydroclimatic Trends in Western USA Mountain Ranges Using Variable resolution CESM
  • Author : Alan Michael Rhoades
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 21 June 2021
GET THIS BOOK Understanding 21st Century Hydroclimatic Trends in Western USA Mountain Ranges Using Variable resolution CESM

Mountains have historically functioned as both natural dams and water towers as they block atmospheric moisture transport and store it in the form of snowpack. They are also unique natural sentinels of climate change with high susceptibility to fluctuations in radiation, surface temperature, and moisture concentrations. The nonlinear atmosphere-land interactions between the major mountain hydroclimate variables such as snowfall, snow cover, snow water equivalent, and surface temperature determine the ebb and flow of how mountains naturally manage water resources. Snowfall