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Coupling Rivers and Estuaries with an Ocean Model: An Improved Methodology

João Sobrinho, Hilda de Pablo, Francisco Campuzano, Ramiro Neves
2021 Water  
with salt water of a regional model application.  ...  the new offline upscaling methodology proposed herein, represents a good solution for operational modelling of coastal areas subject to a high dominance of freshwater inputs.  ...  MOHID Water The MOHID Water model is a finite-differences family model that evolved to a finitevolume model. Variables are placed in space using the Arakawa-C staggered grid.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w13162284 fatcat:rzzn6i4rvfg5fk6jcy7rncmdqq

An Integrated Analysis of the Eutrophication Process in the Enxoé Reservoir within the DPSIR Framework

Tiago Ramos, Hanaa Darouich, Maria Gonçalves, David Brito, Maria Castelo Branco, José Martins, Manuel Fernandes, Fernando Pires, Manuela Morais, Ramiro Neves
2018 Water  
The problem has attracted water managers' and researchers' attention as the reservoir is the water supply for two municipalities.  ...  Extensive research was thus conducted over the last few years, including field monitoring and modelling at the plot, catchment, and reservoir scales.  ...  algorithms.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w10111576 fatcat:e6klmcj2bjatbnp7bhqjlabbma

ATLAS Deliverable 3.3: Biodiversity, biogeography and GOODS classification system under current climate conditions and future IPCC scenarios [article]

T Morato, JM González-Irusta, C Dominguez-Carrió, C-L Wei, A Davies, AK Sweetman, GH Taranto, L Beazley, A García-Alegre, A Grehan, P Laffargue, FJ Murillo (+89 others)
2021 Zenodo  
It could also be substantially improved with input from the latest ocean models integrating horizontal and vertical mixing as water mass characteristics are critical for GOODS boundaries and for species  ...  distribution models (SDMs) to predict occurrences of cold-water corals, sponges and fish.  ...  MOHID.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4658502 fatcat:zv3hxy6pgnefbke5yskxuenjva

Présentée et soutenue par : Directeur(s) de Thèse : Rapporteurs : Membre(s) du jury

M Grusson, Jose-Miguel Sanchez-Perez, M Anctil, M Morse
Analysis of these projections partly confirmed the conclusions drawn from the historic period: i.e. a substantial impact on green water, with a decrease of the soil water content and an increase of potential  ...  The improved SWAT model was next used to produce simulations over a hundred-year period , an analysis carried out in two steps: vi First, the past period simulation, based on observed climatic data, was  ...  implementation Chapter 6: Assessing the temporal transposability of the SWAT model across a large contrasted watershed  ...