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From:Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (Vol. 26, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedSnowmelt is a major fresh water resource, and quantifying snowmelt and its variability under climate change is necessary for the planning and management of water resources. Spatiotemporal changes in snow properties in...
From:Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (Vol. 26, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedStreamflow regimes are rapidly changing in many regions of the world. Attribution of these changes to specific hydrological processes and their underlying climatic and anthropogenic drivers is essential to formulate an...
From:Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (Vol. 26, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedWhen lakes experience surface cooling, the shallow littoral region cools faster than the deep pelagic waters. The lateral density gradient resulting from this differential cooling can trigger a cold downslope density...
From:Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (Vol. 26, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThis study analyses river discharge into the Arctic Ocean using state-of-the-art reanalyses such as the fifth-generation European Reanalysis (ERA5) and the reanalysis component from the Global Flood Awareness System...
From:Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (Vol. 26, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedBy rigorously accounting for dimensional homogeneity in physical laws, the Î theorem and the related self-similarity hypotheses allow us to achieve a dimensionless reformulation of scientific hypotheses in a...
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