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Hydrological Applications of GIS / Edition 1
     

Hydrological Applications of GIS / Edition 1

by A. M. Gurnell, D. R. Montgomery, David R. Montgomery
 

ISBN-10: 0471898767

ISBN-13: 9780471898764

Pub. Date: 05/01/2000

Publisher: Wiley

This book deals with the technical problems encountered in hydrological applications of GIS, at scales ranging from the catchment to short river reaches and on a wide range of hydrological processes in both pure and applied contexts.

Overview

This book deals with the technical problems encountered in hydrological applications of GIS, at scales ranging from the catchment to short river reaches and on a wide range of hydrological processes in both pure and applied contexts.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471898764
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
05/01/2000
Series:
Advances in Hydrological Processes Series
Pages:
184
Product dimensions:
7.97(w) x 10.33(h) x 0.47(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction: Hydrological Application of GIS;
HYP, Vol. 12 (6); p. 821-824

A. Gurnell and D. Montgomery

1 Putting water in its place: a perspective on GIS in hydrology and water management;
HYP, Vol. 12 (6); p. 823-834

M. J. Clark

2 Data and databases for decision support;
HYP, Vol. 12 (6); p. 835-842

A. M. Roberts and R. V. Moore

3 The treatment of flat areas and depressions in automated drainage analysis of raster digital elevation models;
HYP, Vol. 12 (6); p. 843-856

L. W. Martz and J. Garbrecht

4 A phenomenon-based approach to upslope contributing area and depressions in DEMs;
HYP, Vol. 12 (6), p. 857-872

W. Rieger

5 Large scale distributed modelling and the utility of detailed ground data HYP. Vol. 12 (6): p. 873-888

F. G. R. Watson, R. B. Grayson, R. A. Vertessy and T. A. McMahon

6 Application of a GIS-based distributed hydrology model for prediction of forest harvest effects on peak streamflow in the Pacific Northwest;
HYP, Vol. 12 (6); p. 889-904

P. Storck, L. Bowling, P. Wetherbee and D. Lettenmaier

7 Modelling runoff and sediment transport in catchments using GIS;
HYP, Vol. 12 (6); p. 905-922

A. P. J. de Roo

8 Deciphering large landslides: linking hydrologic, groundwater, and slope-stability models through GIS;
HYP, Vol. 12 (6); p. 924-942

D. J. Miller and J. Sias

9 Regional test of a model for shallow landsliding;
HYP, Vol. 12 (6);
943-956

D. R. Montgomery, K. Sullivan and H. Greenberg

10 Regional-scale assessment of non-point source groundwater contamination;
HYP, Vol. 12 (6), p. 957-966

K. Loague and D. L. Corwin

11 Synoptic views of sediment plumes and coastal geography of the Santa Barbara Channel, California;
HYP, Vol. 12 (6); p. 967-980

L. A. K. Mertes, M. Hickman, B. Waltenberger, A. L. Bortman, E. Inlander, C. McKenzie and J. Dvorsky

12 Morphological and ecological change on a meander bend: the role of hydrological processes and the application of GIS;
HYP, Vol. 12 (6); p. 981-993

A. M. Gurnell, M. Bickerton, P. G. Angold, D. Bell, I. Morrissey, G. E. Petts and J. Sadler

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