2 edition of Hydrology in mountainous regions 1 found in the catalog.
Hydrology in mountainous regions 1
1990 by International Association of Hydrological Sciences in Wallingford, Oxfordshire .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by H. Lang and A. Musy.|
|Series||IAHS publication -- No.193.|
|Contributions||Lang, H., Musy, A., International Association of Hydrological Sciences., International Association of Hydrogeologists., Symposium on Improved Methods of Hydrological Measurements in Mountain Areas (1990 : Lausanne), Symposium on Quantitative and Qualitative Water Cycle Aspects in Heterogeneous Basins (1990 : Lausanne), International Conference on Water Resources in Mountainous Regions (1990 : Lausanne)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||810|
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Hydrology in mountainous regions: proceedings held at Lausanne, Switzerland, 27 August-1 September Author: International Association of Hydrological Sciences. Nature is complex and often surprising. Hydrology is essentially a natural science, and nature is often full of surprises.
Studies show that we should beware of simplistic reasoning backed up by common sense, as it is often inaccurate. In hydrology, as in many other natural sciences, observation and measurement prevail. Each section will review recent research in the field and illustrate key interactions with case studies from mountainous regions in Europe, The Americas and Central Asia.
Reviews “This volume should provide a useful guide to those interested in learning more about climate and hydrology in mountains.” (Mountain Media, February ). Hydrology in Mountainous Regions. I - flydrological Measurements; theWater Cycle (Proceedings of two Lausanne Symposia, August ).
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Around the globe, mountainous regions, ranging from arctic to tropical, provide a source of water from orographic-induced rain and snow that can sustain ecosystems, agriculture and populations in areas that might otherwise be quite arid.
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