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Empirical sediment transport models based on indoor rainfall simulator and erosion flume experimental data
Land degradation processes start with accelerated runoff and sediment delivery. In this study, rainfall-runoff induced sediment transport is investigated using data from an indoor laboratory experimental setup consisting ...
Modern optimization methods in water resources planning, engineering and management
Mathematical (analytical, numerical and optimization) models are employed in many disciplines including the water resources planning, engineering and management. These models can vary from a simple black-box model to a ...
Investigating a suitable empirical model and performing regional analysis for the suspended sediment load prediction in major rivers of the Aegean Region, Turkey
This study investigates the appropriateness of four major empirical methods [Lane and Kalinske, Einstein, Brooks, Chang—Simons—Richardson] for predicting suspended sediment loads (SSLs) in three major rivers in the Aegean ...
Analysis and assessment of hydrochemical characteristics of Maragheh-Bonab Plain aquifer, Northwest of Iran
The present study aims at assessing the hydrochemistry of the groundwater system of the Maragheh-Bonab Plain located in the East Azarbaijan Province, northwest of Iran. The groundwater is used mainly for drinking, agriculture ...
Evaluation and assessment of meteorological drought by different methods in Trarza Region, Mauritania
Drought Indexes (DIs) are commonly used for assessing the effect of drought such as the duration and severity. In this study, long term precipitation records (monthly recorded for 44 years) in three stations (Boutilimit ...
Evaluation of a physically based quasi-linear and a conceptually based nonlinear Muskingum methods
Two variants of the Muskingum flood routing method formulated for accounting nonlinearity of the channel routing process are investigated in this study. These variant methods are: (1) The three-parameter conceptual Nonlinear ...