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From:Advances in Meteorology (Vol. 2017) Peer-ReviewedFlooding is one of the leading natural hazards . Floods often cause enormous casualties and substantial property damage on a global scale every year. Extreme precipitation along with increasing urbanization is the...
From:Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (Vol. 20, Issue 8) Peer-ReviewedWith remote sensing we can readily observe the Earth's surface, but direct observation of the sub-surface remains a challenge. In hydrology, but also in related disciplines such as agricultural and atmospheric sciences,...
From:Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (Vol. 20, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedThis study presents an "Earth observation-based" method for estimating root zone storage capacity -- a critical, yet uncertain parameter in hydrological and land surface modelling. By assuming that vegetation optimises...
From:Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (Vol. 23, Issue 2) Peer-Reviewed
Reading landscapes and developing calibration-free runoff generation models that adequately reflect land surface heterogeneities remains the focus of much hydrological research. In this study, we report a novel and...
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