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Hydroclimate

I.R. Smith

Hydroclimate

The influence of water movement in freshwater ecology

by I.R. Smith

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  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Applied ecology,
  • Toxicology (non-medical),
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Hydrometeorology,
  • Science,
  • Environmental Engineering & Technology,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Life Sciences - Ecology,
  • Science / Environmental Science,
  • Freshwater Ecology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages85
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8971278M
    ISBN 101851667245
    ISBN 109781851667246

    A Year Analysis of Global Daily Precipitation for Improved Hydroclimate Monitoring and Modeling P. Xie1), H.-T. Lee2),J. Meng3), 1), and M. Ek3) 1) NOAA/NCEP Climate Prediction Center 2) ESSIC / Univ. of Maryland 3) NOAA/NCEP Environmental Modeling Center Acknowledgements This work is supported by NCDC Climate Data Record Program.   (ecology) The climate of an aquatic habitat (meteorology) The part of a climate influenced by water.

    Hydroclimate Report. Water Year Office of the State Climatologist. Executive Summary. Water year ended up being dif-ferent than expected, from a climate Hydroclimate is defined in this report as natural hydrologic processes such as streamflow, snowpack, sea level, andFile Size: 7MB. Hydroclimate definition is - the varied physical factors (as temperature, pH, density, turbidity) and often associated chemical factors (as concentration of certain ions) .

      HydroClimATe was developed for a Windows operating system. The software includes statistical tools for (1) time-series preprocessing, (2) spectral analysis, (3) spatial and temporal analysis, (4) correlation analysis, and (5) projections. The time-series preprocessing tools include spline fitting, standardization using a normal or gamma. Recent studies show the critical role of Indian Ocean sea-surface temperatures (SSTs) in affecting deglacial millennial-scale monsoon oscillations. However, it is unclear whether SSTs can affect monsoon rainfall and terrestrial hydroclimate during the by:


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Hydroclimate: The Influence of Water Movement in Freshwater Ecology Hardcover – Ma by I.R. Smith (Author)Author: I.R. Smith. "Hydroclimatology: Perspectives and Applications is a comprehensive introductory volume to an interdisciplinary science dedicated to understanding the dynamic Cited by: This book is the result of a number of years devoted to developing part of that service.

It concentrates on the influence of all forms of water movement on the ecology of fresh waters. Water movement implies interest in both the quantity of water moving through river basins which reflects Hydroclimate book climate of the catch­ ment as well as the nature of.

Marlyn Shelton's book would serve as the ideal primary text in an upper-division undergraduate course in hydroclimatology." – APCG Yearbook "In general, Shelton's book is well thought-out, well written, and well executed [ ] the process-oriented discussions of hydroclimate topics make this book a step above other related qualitative Price Range: £ - £ Hydroclimatology provides a systematic structure for analyzing 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. Although temperature controls the storage of soil organic carbon at mid and high latitudes 2,3, hydroclimate may be the dominant driver of soil carbon persistence in the tropics 4,5; however, the.

In tropical paleoclimate studies, paleo‐precipitation is often reconstructed from proxies via the “amount effect,” that is, the empirical inverse relationship between local precipitation Hydroclimate book (P) and the oxygen isotopic composition of precipitation (δ 18 O P).However, recent research has illustrated numerous microphysical and dynamical controls on δ 18 O P that do not necessarily Cited by: Importantly, observed hydroclimate transitions broadly agree with those from other reconstructions based on 30 extra-tropical temperature-sensitive records (Ljungqvist, ), 4 North American temperature-sensitive pollen records (PAGES 2K Consortium, ), precipitation-dominated proxy reconstructions covering the last 12 centuries Cited by: 8.

Hydroclimate extremes, including persistent droughts and pluvials, can have extensive effects on societies and ecosystems. For example, multi Cited by: Отоплението, вентилацията и климатичните инсталации са технологии за създаване на микроклимат в затворена среда.

Целта е да се осигури необходимия топлинен комфорт и необходимото качество на въздуха. Overview of HydroClimATe The Hydrologic and Climatic Analysis Toolkit (HydroClimATe) is a computer program for assessing the relations among variable climatic and hydrologic time-series data.

HydroClimATe automates the use of several objective methods for assessing relations among one or more sets of data that vary in time and space with climate variability and variability in hydrologic time.

Hydrometeorology and Hydroclimate. Christophe Cudennec, 1,2 Alexander Gelfan, 3 Liliang Ren, 4 and Mohamed Slimani 5. 1 Agrocampus Ouest, UMR SAS, This book presents a unique.

The perspective adopted in this book is that hydroclimatology is an approach to studying moisture in its three phases in the atmosphere and on the Earth's surface. This realm is the intersection of climatology and hydrology, and it includes energy and moisture exchanges between the atmosphere and the Earth's surface and energy and moisture transport by the atmosphere.

Hydroclimatology was defined by as the’ study of the influence of climate upon the waters of the land.’ It includes hydrometeorology as well as the surface and near-surface water processes of evaporation, runoff, groundwater recharge and interception. The total hydrological cycle, then, is the basis for a discussion of hydroclimatology.

outline the presented ideas. This makes the book applicable as a reference for those interested in understanding the fundamentals of global water and energy cycles, such as water resource man-agers, emergency managers, and students in the Earth sciences.

The book also provides some detail on the most important hydroclimate concepts, including mea. Introduction.

The hydrologic response to anthropogenic CO 2 forcing in the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool, a densely populated region, remains highly uncertain. Ambiguity persists due to a combination of high natural variability in hydroclimate, the limitations of short instrumental records of precipitation, and climate model biases in the simulation of present-day rainfall distributions (e.g.

IPCC Cited by: Hydroclimatology – Definition “Hydroclimatology provides a systematic structure for analyzing 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.

The impact of human‐induced hydroclimate change on streamflow extremes could be underestimated by up to 21–59% or 12–43% based on hydrological or climate attribution alone, suggesting the necessity of the reconciled framework for distinguishing different anthropogenic by: 5. Get this from a library.

Hydroclimatology: perspectives and applications. [Marlyn L Shelton] -- "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. The goal of this book is to promote understanding of hydroclimatic diversity, the link between climate and the water resource, and the possible influence of climate change on the future hydroclimate and water resource.

In this innovative book, Benjamin I. Cook brings together climate science, hydrology, and ecology to provide a synthetic overview of drought and its environmental and social consequences. Cook introduces readers to the hydroclimate and its components, explaining the global water cycle, the earth’s climate system, and the distribution of water.AGU’s books program aims to publish up to 20 books per year across the breadth of Earth and space science topics by leading researchers from around the world.

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To evaluate model moisture budgets requires daily data for winds, humidity, and surface pressure on an adequate number of vertical levels. Only 15 of the models participating in IPCC AR4/CMIP3 (Meehl et al. ) make all this data daily data are also only available for limited periods—– for the twentieth-century simulations and –65 for the twenty-first Cited by: