Hydrology, Water Resources and Ecology in Headwaters

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Karel Kovar, International Association of Hydrological Sciences
IAHS, 1998 - Ecology - 576 pages
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Contents

Sensitivity of groundwaterlake systems in the Upper Mississippi River basin
3
Changing climate and mountain streamswhat do we need to know? keynote
19
Precipitation interpolation in mountainous regions using multiple linear regression
33
On largescale topographic control of the spatial distribution of extreme
47
Rainfallinduced highmagnitude runoff events in highlyglacierized Alpine basins
69
The role of snowpack in producing floods under heavy rainfall Pratap Singh
89
Exchange of CO2 and water vapour between a composite landscape and
107
Gridbased mapping of longterm mean annual potential and actual
123
Modelling runoff in headwater areas using a runoff formation approach with
307
Determination of the geomorphological instantaneous unit hydrograph using tracer
327
Effect of subsurface flow on the isotopic composition of soil water in headwater
343
Synergetic effects of organic pollution and river slope variability on the biotic
363
Using spring biota of pristine mountain areas for longterm monitoring
379
Chemistry of headwater lakes studied in the EU project Acidification of mountain
395
The influence of flow variation on the ability to evaluate the biological health
411
habitat heterogeneity and connectivity gradients in a glacial
425

A detailed model to simulate heat and moisture transport in a frozen soil
141
Hillslopewetland hydrological linkages in the headwaters of a tussock grassland
157
The role of nearstream riparian zones in the hydrology of steep upland catchments
173
Estimation of glacial runoff to the Tarim River central Tien Shan
191
Physicallybased hydrological modelling on the hillslope and microcatchment
207
A new approach for the estimation of extreme roughness in torrents by hydraulics
225
Observations on runoff generation mechanisms in small Alpine catchments
239
The use of coupled atmospheric and hydrological models for waterresources
259
Nesting localized patch models and data within catchment models and data
275
Runoff generation process in a small limestone basin of the southern Eifel
291
the significance of organic
443
Predicting water chemistry from drainage basin characteristics in stream systems
459
Critical load of acidity for a forest ecosystem in the Black Forest Germany
475
Response of discharge and water quality in headwater brooks on distinct
491
Methodology for assessment of ecohydrological effects of dam construction in
509
Socioeconomic factors in headwater land management keynote paper Erich Plate
523
The definition of stream channel head location using digital elevation data
545
Modelling high magnitude events in large arid catchmentsa field based approach
561
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