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The emerging role of satellite rainfall data in improving the hydro-political situation of flood monitoring in the under-developed regions of the world

Faisal Hossain, Nitin Katiyar, Yang Hong, Aaron Wolf
2007 Natural Hazards  
system in an effort to overcome the hydro-political hurdles to flood monitoring.  ...  Through a modeling exercise involving an open-book watershed concept, we demonstrate the value of a parsimonious approach in understanding the utility of NASA-derived satellite rainfall products.  ...  for the design and testing of prototype space-borne monitoring systems in tropical IRBs based on GPM, HYDROS, and WatER missions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11069-006-9094-x fatcat:tondiqvaifeojgcqzjkrv7qqxy

Applications of TRMM-Based Multi-Satellite Precipitation Estimation for Global Runoff Prediction: Prototyping a Global Flood Modeling System [chapter]

Yang Hong, Robert F. Adler, George J. Huffman, Harold Pierce
2009 Satellite Rainfall Applications for Surface Hydrology  
runoff and route the flow through the stream network in order to predict the timing and severity of the flood wave, and (4) an open-access web interface to quickly disseminate flood alerts for potential  ...  With the recent availability of satellite rainfall estimates at fine time and space resolution, this paper describes a prototype research framework for global flood monitoring by combining real-time satellite  ...  In contrast, space-borne sensors inherently estimate precipitation across international basin boundaries and can not be destroyed by flooding.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-90-481-2915-7_15 fatcat:pvsqlzayqbb2tfuwzzkj7t6jze

Advancing the Use of Satellite Rainfall Datasets for Flood Prediction in Ungauged Basins: The Role of Scale, Hydrologic Process Controls and the Global Precipitation Measurement Mission [chapter]

Faisal Hossain, Nitin Katiyar
2008 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
An open-book watershed model for prototyping spaceborne flood monitoring systems in international river basins. iweb.tntech.edu/fhossain/papers/EnvSoft_GPM.pdf).  ...  Complete details on the open-book watershed model can be found in Katiyar and Hossain (2006).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-75384-1_7 fatcat:4jnkxr74ozhlfkyeq23ikbfyai

Full Issue

MIJST Editorial Team
2021 MIST international journal of science and technology  
The authors are also thankful to the editors and anonymous reviewers for providing insightful suggestions and comments to improve the manuscript.  ...  The author is also thankful to the editors and anonymous reviewers for providing insightful suggestions and comments to improve the manuscript.  ...  These findings will help for further modeling of an integrated watershed for sustainable hydrological models in the Barind region.  ... 
doi:10.47981/j.mijst.09(01)2021.303(i-xi.01-65) fatcat:ucbazbcxpfdbvhqaw4b7vb2mdm

The Consequences of Accidental Water Pollution (Spillage) [chapter]

2014 Hydrology of Disasters  
river system be developed and expanded; (7) an international team specialized in river basin management and flood disaster prevention be organized and despatched to flood disaster stricken countries immediately  ...  Example of an Actual Training Course An illustrative example is the simulation of a summer flood situation in the Ohre river basin. Its river system covers 5,600 km2.  ...  Netherlands do not qualify them as really dangerously polluted as is indeed already the case for long stretches of those of the Meuse (for this international river, which rises in France, a commission  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315073583-8 fatcat:ipln7lkmifeijcixnbdj6hrbea

Feature extraction for time-series data: An artificial neural network evolutionary training model for the management of mountainous watersheds

Thomas J. Glezakos, Theodore A. Tsiligiridis, Lazaros S. Iliadis, Constantine P. Yialouris, Fotis P. Maris, Konstantinos P. Ferentinos
2009 Neurocomputing  
The proposed model, designed such as to effectively estimate the average annual water supply for the various mountainous watersheds, accepts as inputs a wide range of meta-data produced via an evolutionary  ...  The data used for the training and testing of the system refer to certain watersheds spread over the island of Cyprus and span a wide temporal period.  ...  Agrawal and Singh [2] used the same algorithms to develop and optimize a runoff prediction model for the Kashinagar watershed of the Vamsadhara river basin in Orissa of India.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neucom.2008.08.024 fatcat:f5bne3z3abhqlh2mhuh45gus5q

Human impacts on urban subsurface environments

Makoto Taniguchi, William C. Burnett, Gayl Ness
2009 Science of the Total Environment  
Acknowledgement The authors really appreciate the students from Seoul national university most sincerely for all their help and kindness during our research in Seoul.  ...  In the final analysis, the desirable relationship between hydro-landscape management and human activities will be discussed.  ...  Now, the diverse researches on monitoring techniques for document and characterize the effects of large green space and water spaces in an urban area, including "Klimaatlas" in urban planning such as creating  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2008.10.008 pmid:19185333 fatcat:4u44z62m7baz5mdruhz7kulc44

One Water: A New Era in Water Management

2018 Open Rivers  
For example, in June 2016 the IAS hosted an international institute, "Grasping Water."  ...  An illustration of the streamflow data used in the study is shown in Figure 2 for the Rum River watershed; illustration of water storage in the Rum River watershed as measured by the signal from the  ...  She enjoys recreating in nature and delights in good tea.  ... 
doi:10.24926/2471190x.4128 fatcat:a5mmsdkdsjbahklbr7laytyfii

A Contribution to the Life History of Tarpon (Megalops atlanticus) in the Northern Gulf of Mexico

William Stein, Jonathan Shenker, Martin T. O'Connell
2016 Southeastern naturalist (Steuben, Me.)  
of parks, rivers, trails, greenways, and open spaces.  ...  river basins.  ...  An alternative is water harvesting schemes consisting of series of small impoundments one above the other on watersheds in headwaters of stream catchments (Figure 1 ).  ... 
doi:10.1656/058.015.0313 fatcat:2lxfe7fheba2vlan7ycnkbzgay

Learning from the Dakota: Water and Place

2018 Open Rivers  
The Nile Basin, volume 1; general description of the basin, meteorology, topography of the White Nile Basin.  ...  Terje Tvedt and the Satterthwaite Colloquium for fruitful discussions. Bibliography [1] Hurst, E. & Phillips, P. 1931.  ...  Source: Handbook of monitoring in the Büyük Menderes River Basin. 2015. p. 9. multi-dimensional aspects of rivers.  ... 
doi:10.24926/2471190x.4481 fatcat:lzlmy42kazbopgto7decqd5ism

Understanding risk: what makes a risk assessment successful?

Richard Murnane, Alanna Simpson, Brenden Jongman
2016 International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment  
in panel c for the Tone River basin.  ...  flood analysis of the Shire River basin.  ...  Taken as a group, these case studies evidence the need for continued investment in accurate and useful risk information and provide recommendations for the future.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijdrbe-06-2015-0033 fatcat:v3qekkinbzfwhagau5bmars4fe

TeRRItoria D3.1 Inventory of bottom-up governance innovation practices

Daniele Mezzana, Giovanni Caiati, Maresa Berliri, Paolo Signore
2019 Zenodo  
inclusive way in which R&I actors exercise their responsibility through strategically cooperating with other territorial actors: BUGIPs are understood as open social processes rather than an implementation  ...  This document contains an Inventory of 30 bottom-up governance innovation practices (called for convenience BUGIPs) realized within the framework of the TeRRItoria project.  ...  -Then several measures were implemented, in particular an integrated river basin management plan and a flood risk management plan.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5526024 fatcat:xodgzqiwhrf4nfqapngxjwo7cu

THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

1896 Science  
In addition, a prototype Arctic observing system is being created for monitoring sea ice, ocean heat content, freshwater fluxes, and ecosystem indicators.  ...  Extrapolation to the Central Amazon Basin (1.77 million km 2 area) produces an estimated 6.8 TgC yr -1 , and extrapolation to the full Amazon River Basin below 500-m elevation (5.2 million km 2 , of which  ...  INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN OBSERVING SYSTEMS Global Earth Observing System of Systems.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.3.57.145 pmid:17741597 fatcat:q32s63dvgreljbmozxlqfzvp6m

The Smithsonian Institution

1949 Nature  
In addition, a prototype Arctic observing system is being created for monitoring sea ice, ocean heat content, freshwater fluxes, and ecosystem indicators.  ...  Extrapolation to the Central Amazon Basin (1.77 million km 2 area) produces an estimated 6.8 TgC yr -1 , and extrapolation to the full Amazon River Basin below 500-m elevation (5.2 million km 2 , of which  ...  INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN OBSERVING SYSTEMS Global Earth Observing System of Systems.  ... 
doi:10.1038/163886b0 fatcat:77bumsfprrbajbaiat3q7ajrdm

THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

1898 Science  
In addition, a prototype Arctic observing system is being created for monitoring sea ice, ocean heat content, freshwater fluxes, and ecosystem indicators.  ...  Extrapolation to the Central Amazon Basin (1.77 million km 2 area) produces an estimated 6.8 TgC yr -1 , and extrapolation to the full Amazon River Basin below 500-m elevation (5.2 million km 2 , of which  ...  INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN OBSERVING SYSTEMS Global Earth Observing System of Systems.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.7.165.255 pmid:17743717 fatcat:jderi2bttjhojn36omvisr3o5m
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