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*  Ord River Floodplain
... which have had a major impact on the river's hydrology through changing its flow pattern so that there are now constant flows ...
*  River Frome, Dorset
Wallingford, Oxfordshire: Centre for Ecology & Hydrology. ISBN 978-0-9557672-2-7. map "'Roman Dorchester (Durnovaria)', An ...
*  River
Studying the flows of rivers is one aspect of hydrology. Rivers flow downhill with their power derived from gravity. The ...
*  Hydrology
... subdivides into surface water hydrology, groundwater hydrology (hydrogeology), and marine hydrology. Domains of ... The term hydrology comes from Greek: ὕδωρ, hýdōr, "water"; and λόγος, lógos, "study". Chemical hydrology is the study of the ... Isotope hydrology is the study of the isotopic signatures of water. Surface hydrology is the study of hydrologic processes that ... Hydrology studies the availability of those resources, but usually not their uses. "What is hydrology and what do hydrologists ...
*  Seep (hydrology)
A seep is a moist or wet place where water, usually groundwater, reaches the earth's surface from an underground aquifer. Seeps are usually not of sufficient volume to be flowing beyond their above-ground location. They are part of the limnology-geomorphology system. Like a higher volume spring, the water is only from underground sources. Seeps mostly occur in lower elevation areas because water runs downhill, but can happen higher up if the groundwater present is abundant enough. Along with natural seeps, man made seeps can occur by digging anywhere where there is wet ground. This method can be useful for survival purposes and helps the local wildlife by adding another water source to the area. Seeps often form a puddle, and are important for small wildlife, bird, and butterfly habitat and moisture needs. When they support mud-puddling many butterfly (Lepidoptera) species can obtain nutrients such as salts and amino acids, including some types that are endemic endangered species. Seep is often ...
*  Snow hydrology
... is a scientific study in the field of hydrology which focuses on the composition, dispersion, and movement of ... A large portion of snow hydrology groups are pursuing new methods for incorporating snow hydrology into distributed models over ... Snow hydrology is quite complex and involves both mass and energy balance calculations over a time-varying snow pack which is ... Studies of snow hydrology predate the Anno Domini era, although major breakthroughs were not made until the mid eighteenth ...
*  Urban Hydrology
"Artworks: Urban Hydrology". Celeste Prize. Retrieved August 8, 2015. Public Art Search: Urban Hydrology, Regional Arts & ... Urban Hydrology is a series of twelve outdoor 2009 granite sculpture by Fernanda D'Agostino, installed along the Portland ... "Urban Hydrology". Public Art Archive. Retrieved August 8, 2015. "Portland State University: Art on Campus" (PDF). Portland ... Fernanda D'Agostino's Urban Hydrology was installed along three blocks of Southwest Sixth Avenue (between Hall and Mill) on the ...
*  Discharge (hydrology)
Part 630: Hydrology. USDA. April 2012. USDA NRCS National Engineering Handbook. Part 630: Hydrology. USDA. May 2012. ... In hydrology, discharge is the volumetric flow rate of water that is transported through a given cross-sectional area. It ... In storm hydrology, an important consideration is the stream's discharge hydrograph, a record of how the discharge varies over ...
*  Isotope hydrology
... is a field of hydrology that uses isotopic dating to estimate the age and origins of water and of movement ... Carbon 14 dating is also used as part of isotope hydrology as all natural water contains dissolved carbon dioxide. One commonly ... New York Times Isotope Hydrology at the IAEA Environmental isotopes in the hydrological cycle: Principles and applications. ... Isotope Tracers in Catchment Hydrology. Elsevier Evaristo, Jaivime; Jasechko, Scott; McDonnell, Jeffrey J. "Global separation ...
*  Hydrology (album)
Hydrology is the second EP by Recoil, released January 25, 1988. Hydrology was Alan Wilder's second Recoil release. The CD and ... The CD of Hydrology Plus 1+2 was re-released in 2007, again on Mute Records. The track listing and artwork remain the same. All ...
*  Routing (hydrology)
In hydrology, routing is a technique used to predict the changes in shape of a hydrograph as water moves through a river ... Journal of Hydrology, 2(2): 141-163. Mein, R. G., E. M. Laurenson and T. A. McMahon (1974). Simple nonlinear model for flood ... Hydrologic routing uses the continuity equation for hydrology. In its simplest form, inflow to the river reach is equal to the ... p. 9-1. Chow V. T, Maidment D. R, Mays L.W (1988). Applied Hydrology. McGraw1Hill International Editions: Singapore. Akan A. O ...
*  Infiltration (hydrology)
Hendriks, Martin R. (2010) Introduction to Physical Hydrology, Oxford University Press. ... The Experimental Hydrology Wiki Infiltration - Hood Infiltrometer Hogan, C. Michael (2010). "Abiotic factor" Archived 2013-06- ... hydrology) Drainage basin Drainage system (agriculture) Evapotranspiration Interception (water) Hydrophobic soil Natural ... it is sometimes analyzed using hydrology transport models, mathematical models that consider infiltration, runoff and channel ...
*  Catchment hydrology
Isotope Tracers in Catchment Hydrology. Elsevier hydrology isotope hydrology hydrogeology groundwater agricultural hydrology. ... Catchment hydrology, is the study of the hydrology in drainage basins. Catchment hydrology is based on the principal of ... There are many terms involved with and related to catchment hydrology. These basic ones are taken from the glossary of terms in ...
*  Socio-hydrology
... can therefore be seen as the fundamental science underpinning the practice of IWRM. Socio-hydrology aims at ... Socio-hydrology is related to integrated water resources management (IWRM). In particular, while IWRM aims at controlling the ... Socio-hydrology is an interdisciplinary field studying the dynamic interactions and feedbacks between water and people. Areas ... In traditional hydrology, human activities are typically described as boundary conditions, or external forcings, to the water ...
*  Hydrology (agriculture)
Website on agricultural hydrology : [5] Free software for calculations on agricultural hydrology : [6] Articles on agricultural ... hydrology : [7] Frequently asked questions about agricultural hydrology : [8] Case studies on agricultural hydrology : [9] ... Agricultural hydrology is the study of water balance components intervening in agricultural water management, especially in ... Published in V. P. Singh and B. Kumar (eds.), Subsurface-Water Hydrology, p. 153-160, Vol.2 of Proceedings of the International ...
*  Lens (hydrology)
In hydrology a lens is a convex layer of fresh groundwater that floats on top of denser saltwater. It arises when rainwater ...
*  Armor (hydrology)
In hydrology and geography, armor is the association of surface pebbles, rocks or boulders with stream beds or beaches. Most ... This layer of sediment changes the hydrology of the river around it, as once this layer on the bottom is formed it affects the ...
*  Stage (hydrology)
In hydrology, stage refers to the water level in a river or stream with respect to a chosen reference height. Stage is ...
*  Inflow (hydrology)
In hydrology, the inflow of a body of water is the source of the water in the body of water. It can also refer to the average ...
*  Drawdown (hydrology)
In surface water hydrology and civil engineering, drawdown refers to the lowering of the water level in a man-made reservoir or ...
*  Crest (hydrology)
In hydrology, crest is the highest level above a certain point (the datum point, or reference point) that a river will reach in ...
*  Cline (hydrology)
In hydrology and related sciences and technologies, a cline is a comparatively thin, typically horizontal layer within a fluid ...
*  Spring (hydrology)
A spring is any natural situation where water flows from an aquifer to the Earth's surface. It is a component of the hydrosphere. A spring may be the result of karst topography where surface water has infiltrated the Earth's surface (recharge area), becoming part of the area groundwater. The groundwater then travels through a network of cracks and fissure-openings ranging from intergranular spaces to large caves. The water eventually emerges from below the surface, in the form of a karst spring. The forcing of the spring to the surface can be the result of a confined aquifer in which the recharge area of the spring water table rests at a higher elevation than that of the outlet. Spring water forced to the surface by elevated sources are artesian wells. This is possible even if the outlet is in the form of a 300-foot-deep (91 m) cave. In this case the cave is used like a hose by the higher elevated recharge area of groundwater to exit through the lower elevation opening. Non-artesian springs may ...
*  Head (hydrology)
The head (German: Stauwurzel) is the point on a watercourse, up to which it has been artificially changed by an impoundment. Above the head of the reservoir, for example, natural conditions prevail; below it the water level above the riverbed has been raised by the impoundment and its flow rate reduced. In principle, a distinction must be drawn between the head of a reservoir impounded by a dam, and the head of a works resulting from a barrage or canal locks. The actual location of the head varies with the height of the water level in the dam. Since there is only an extremely low flow velocity within the reservoir and therefore no water level gradient is present, the head can be clearly seen with the naked eye: this is where the stream meets the reservoir. Upstream of the actual reservoir, there is often a so-called pre-dam. Pre-dams typically have a constant water level so the head is clearly defined. On large rivers, the head of a works is difficult to ascertain, because, even within the ...
*  GIS and hydrology
GIS in environmental contamination Spatial Hydrology GIS Lounge ArcNews Online Spatial Hydro Wine, Michael. "Spatial Hydrology ... Thus using GIS data together with hydrology data can allow for knowledge based water resources decision making at far lower ... Geographic information systems (GISs) have become a useful and important tool in hydrology and to hydrologists in the ... As a subset of hydrology, hydrogeology is concerned with the occurrence, distribution, and movement of groundwater. Moreover, ...