While most books examine only the classical aspects of hydrology, this three-volume set covers multiple aspects of hydrology. It examines new approaches, addresses growing concerns about hydrological and ecological connectivity, and considers the worldwide impact of climate change.
It also provides updated material on hydrological science and engineering, discussing recent developments as well as classic approaches. Published in three books, Fundamentals and Applications; Modeling, Climate Change, and Variability; and Environmental Hydrology and Water Management, the entire set consists of 87 chapters, and contains 29 chapters in each book.
The chapters in this book contain information on:
- Climate change and hydrological hazards, hydrological modeling, and urban water systems, as well as climate change impacts on hydrology and water resources, climate change uncertainty, vulnerability, and adaption
- Rainfall estimation and changes, hydrological changes of mangrove ecosystems, impact of the development of vegetation on flow conditions and flood hazards, urbanization impacts on runoff regime, and discretization in urban watersheds
- Artificial neural network-based modeling of hydrologic processes, flow and sediment transport modeling in rivers, hybrid hydrological modeling, hydrologic modeling: stochastic processes, and time series analysis of hydrologic data
- Dam risk and uncertainty, drought indices for drought risk assessment in a changing climate, hydrologic prediction and uncertainty quantification, uncertainty and risk of the PMP and PMF
- Geostatistics applications in hydrology, GIS applications in a changing climate, GIS-based upland erosion mapping, regional flood frequency analysis, regionalization of hydrological extreme events, remote sensing data and information for hydrological monitoring and modeling
- Application of copulas in hydrology, bankfull frequency of rivers, statistical parameters used for assessing hydrological regime, significance of statistical tests and persistence in hydrologic processes
Students, practitioners, policy makers, consultants and researchers can benefit from the use of this text.
Table of Contents
Application of Copulas in Hydrology: Geomorphological Instantaneous Unit Hydrograph and Intensity Index of Infiltration Frequency
Emna Gargouri-Ellouze and Saeid Eslamian
Artificial Neural Network–Based Modeling of Hydrologic Processes
Emery A Coppola Jr, Anna Szidarovszky, and Ferenc Szidarovszky
Bankfull Frequency in Rivers
Climate Change and Hydrological Hazards
Yang Hong, Lu Liu, Lei Qiao, and Pradeep Adhikari
Climate Change and Hydrologic Modeling
Rezaul K Chowdhury and Saeid Eslamian
Climate Change and Urban Water Systems
Ole Mark and Birgit Paludan
Climate Change Impacts on Hydrology and Water Resources
Never Mujere and Saeid Eslamian
Climate Change: Uncertainty, Impact, and Adaptation
Mohammad Reza Farzaneh, Saeid Eslamian, and Seyed Jalal E Mirnezami
Dam Risk and Uncertainty
Ehsan Goodarzi and Saeid Eslamian
Design Rainfall Estimation and Changes
Khaled Haddad and Ataur Rahman
Discretization in Urban Watersheds
Iván Rivas Acosta
Drought Indices for Drought Risk Assessment in a Changing Climate
Brian A Fuchs, Mark D Svoboda, Donald A Wilhite, and Michael J Hayes
Flow and Sediment Transport Modeling in Rivers
Masoomeh Fakhri, Hamze Dokohaki, Saeid Eslamian, Iman Fazeli Farsani, and Mohammad Reza Farzaneh
Geostatistics Applications in Hydrology
Pejman Tahmasebi and Gregoire Mariethoz
GIS Applications in a Changing Climate
Mohammed Matouq, Hussam Al-Bilbisi, Tayel El-Hasan, and Saeid Eslamian
GIS-Based Upland Erosion Mapping
Soo Huey Teh, Lariyah M Sidek, Pierre Y Julien, and Jansen Luis
Hybrid Hydrologic Modeling
Pierre Y Julien and James S Halgren
Hydrological Changes in Mangrove Ecosystems
Shafi Noor Islam, Albrecht Gnauck, Hans-Jürgen Voigt, and Saeid Eslamian
Hydrologic Modeling: Stochastic Processes
Hydrologic Prediction and Uncertainty Quantification
Caleb M DeChant and Hamid Moradkhani
Impact of the Development of Vegetation on Flow Conditions and Flood Hazards
Tomasz Kałuża and Saeid Eslamian
Regional Flood Frequency Analysis
Ataur Rahman, Khaled Haddad, and Saeid Eslamian
Regionalization of Hydrological Variables
Mehdi Vafakhah and Saeid Eslamian
Remote Sensing Data and Information for Hydrological Monitoring and Modeling
Reza Khanbilvardi, Tarendra Lakhankar, Nir Krakauer, Rouzbeh Nazari, and Al Powell
Significance of Statistical Tests and Persistence in Hydrologic Processes
Khaled H Hamed
Statistical Parameters Used for Assessing Hydrological Regime
Rezaul K Chowdhury and Saeid Eslamian
Time Series Analysis of Hydrologic Data
Óli Grétar Blöndal Sveinsson
Uncertainty of the PMP and PMF
Jose D Salas, German Gavilan, Fernando R Salas, Pierre Y Julien, and Jazuri Abdullah
Impact of Urbanization on Runoff Regime
Never Mujere and Saeid Eslamian
Saeid Eslamian is an associate professor of hydrology at Isfahan University of Technology, Iran. He received his BS in water engineering from Isfahan University of Technology in 1986, his master’s degree in hydrology and water resources at Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran in 1989, and his PhD in civil engineering at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia in 1995. He is the founder and chief editor of the International Journal of Hydrology Science and Technology and the Journal of Flood Engineering, and has contributed to more than 300 publications. He has received two ASCE and EWRI awards from the United States, and an outstanding researcher award from Iran.
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