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This paper evaluates the design peak flow for several return periods using two approaches: 1) a flood frequency analysis; 2) rainfall-runoff model applied to a design storm. The design storm originates from the design rainfall depth, which is distributed throughout the rainfall duration via...
The conventional methods of assessing reservoir sedimentation are usually time-consuming, laborious, weather dependent and hence expensive. Geospatial technology has provided a tool to carry out reservoir capacity survey rapidly, frequently and economically. The accuracy of this geospatial...
Considering the economic and environmental damages caused by soil loss, it is clear the necessity of information about the effect that vegetation has on soil loss rate. The present paper uses the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation with the objective of investigating soil loss under a native...
This paper evaluates the calibration effectiveness for estimating monthly average flow using the SWAT model in a watershed located at Espírito Santo state in Brazil. Six methodologies were tested, which differ from each other by varying calibration parameters, size of historical series and...
The present study has been carried out to explore the possibility of development of regional oedotransfer (PTF) and analytical models for soils in two adjoining commands of Central India. The soil water retention at different suction heads for soil samples from seventeen sites were determined...
Large magnitude floods occur in rare frequency, and most cases result in severe damages. Generally, the representation of extreme hydrological events presents high uncertainties regarding occurrence conditions, and low quality and quantity of data to support the event assessment. In this...
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