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The Workshop was unique in providing the first opportunity for over a decade for countries of the Russian Federation to interact with other countries across the world to discuss hydrological science issues relevant to environmental management.

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Published November 30, 2002 by Springer. Although such an hypothesis is rarely stated explicitly, the assumption that stochastic time series are stationary plays a crucial role in water resources management.

Informationen zum Titel Hydrological Models for Environmental Management aus der Reihe Nato . Water is a key natural resource, the modelling and management of which is made complex by its inherent spatial unevenness and temporal variability.

Informationen zum Titel Hydrological Models for Environmental Management aus der Reihe Nato Science Partnership Subseries: 2 . . Stochastic modelling and forecasting cannot at present adequately represent the characteristics of hydrological regimes, nor analyze the influence of water on processes that arise in biological systems and those involving hydrological, geophysical and other processes.

Hydrological models for environmental management. Mikhail Bolgov, Lars Gottschalk, Irina Krasovskaia, Robert J. Moore

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Mikhail V. The Workshop was unique in providing the first opportunity for over a decade for countries of the Russian Federation to interact with other countries across the world to discuss hydrological science issues relevant to environmental management.

Water is a key natural resource, the modelling and management of which is made complex by its inherent spatial unevenness and temporal variability. Stochastic modelling and forecasting cannot at present adequately represent the characteristics of hydrological regimes, nor analyze the influence of water on processes that arise in biological systems and those involving hydrological, geophysical and other processes. This book presents discussions of new stochastic modelling approaches against the requirement of sustainable development in an environment that is changing due to human influence. A major challenge is to consider the effects of a changing climate and ecological impacts when developing modelling and risk assessment procedures in support of river basin management.
Hydrological Models for Environmental Management (NATO Science Partnership Sub-Series: 2:) download epub
Engineering
Author: Mikhail V. Bolgov,Lars Gottschalk,Irina Krasovskaia,Robert J. Moore
ISBN: 1402009100
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (November 30, 2002)
Pages: 272 pages