Hydrological Problems and Environmental Management in Highlands and Headwaters
This set of papers presents a description of the synthesis of hydrological problems and various environmental implications and management strategies for different highland and headwater regions of the world. Regions covered include the Himalayas, Russian mountains, Amazonia, and upland Wales.
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Introduction to Hydrological Problems and Environmental
Their Stability Productivity System
Challenges for Environmental Management in the Headwaters
Soil Erosion and Regional Ecological Management in
Soil Erosion and Sediment Transport Depending on Land
Sediment Transport in the Rivers of Central Albania
Soil Erosion Control in Hungary
Field Studies on Sediment Transport and Debris Flows
Global Climate Impacts
acid acidification adoption of soil agricultural air pollution Amazonia annual atmosphere basin Beaverskin Lake bedload biomass Canada carbon caribou habitat catchment chemical Chipko movement climate change debris flow deforestation degradation deposition Djurinovac Potok ecological economic effect environment environmental management erosion and sediment erosion control etal experimental factors fluxes forest forestry Geophysiology groundwater Haigh headwater Headwater Control headwater ecosystem headwater regions highland and headwater Himalaya hydrological impacts increase Jizera Mountains Kejimkujik National Park Kerekes Kumaun land owner-operators landuse leaching Llyn Brianne Lonjinski Potok measured Molion monitoring Napier Nova Scotia nutrients Pebbleloggitch Lake pixel planetary boundary layer precipitation problems rainfall Rajwar rivers run-off sediment transport sediment yield slope soil and water Soil Conservation soil erosion soil loss soil water species surface Table Tianmu Tianmu mountains tropical variability vegetation water conservation practices water discharge water erosion watershed Western Himalaya