Special Issue "Advances in Flow Modeling for Water Resources and Hydrological Engineering"
A special issue of Hydrology (ISSN 2306-5338).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2022) | Viewed by 23810
Interests: shallow water equations; Flood Maps; flood risk assessment; urban flood; overland flow; Flood Simulation; dam break; Dam Breach; Hydrodynamic modelling
Interests: hydrology; climatology; climate change; natural hazards; land use change; forest ecology
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2. IAFES (Impacts on Agriculture, Forests and Ecosystem Services) Division, Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici (Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change), Viale Trieste 127, 01100 Viterbo, Italy
Interests: climate change modeling; climate change impacts; water demand; hydraulic structures; smart water networks; rainfall erosivity; urban flooding; flood hazard; extreme value analysis
water resource systems planning and management issues are often very complex. The pressures on water resources are increasing with the expanding scale of global development involving ecological and hydrological consequences in river basins and groundwater aquifers, and water quality deterioration.
All this leads to the increasing need for investigating the effects of different human influences and impacts on the hydrological regime and on water quality like as land-use changes, climatic variability and climate changes, and intensified water and land-use practices. Moreover economic, environmental, and social issues are more and more considered in water resources research. In this context computer-based models can help to choose the right plans, designs, and policies to obtain the desired impacts.
In the last years, the advances in computer techniques allowed the water scientists to develop complex models at different scales to support water resources planning and management.
This special issue is focused on the recent advances on models and methods for water resource modelling. In particular the following issues will be discussed: 1) Basin-wide water resources planning; 2) Watershed management; 3) Flood forecasting; 4) Droughts; 5) Climate changes impacts on flood risk and water resources; 6) Reservoir operation and management; 7) River morphology and sediment transport; 8) River water quality; 9) Irrigation.
Researchers working on these topics are invited to contribute.
Dr. Carmelina Costanzo
Dr. Tommaso Caloiero
Dr. Roberta Padulano
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- water resources modelling
- flood forecast
- climate change impacts
- river quality
- river morphology
- watershed hydrology
- watershed management
- reservoir management