Special Issue "Catchments Hydrology and Sediment Dynamics: Concepts, Measuring and Modelling"
A special issue of Hydrology (ISSN 2306-5338).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2018)
The societal demand for safety from natural/hydrogeological hazards is progressively increasing, as a result of a changing regime of peak events and a general weakness of the built environment. The hydrographic catchments is a suitable framework for analysis, but the basin evolution results from the spatial and temporal composition of a variety of processes taking place at highly variable scales. Therefore, models to be run at the scale of a river catchments require physically-based parameterization that can be only obtained from studies of processes at a local scale, as well as of the interconnections between these processes. Moreover, we are not talking just about water, because sediment is a major player of which the importance is also acknowledged by European Directives.
The study of water and sediment motion in hydrographic basins thus requires multiscale modelling approaches towards reliable predictions, deep phenomenological investigations, and advanced measurement methods.
This Special Issue will join contributions that address the common topic of catchments hydrology and sediment transport from a variety of approached, including field and laboratory experiments, as well as local and distributed numerical modelling. We welcome different kinds of manuscripts, including research papers and technical notes. As a further ‘bridge across scales’, both reviews and vision papers from experienced scholars and research contributions from early-stage researchers are desired.
Dr. Alessio Radice
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- Catchments hydrology
- Sediment production and transport
- Process chain
- Hydro-sedimentologic connectivity
- Lumped and distributed numerical models