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Simulating the spatio-temporal dynamics of soil erosion, deposition, and yield using a coupled sediment dynamics and 3D distributed hydrologic model

Tan Zi, Mukesh Kumar, Gerard Kiely, Ciaran Lewis, John Albertson
2016 Environmental Modelling & Software  
The distinct influence of soil saturation on erosion, deposition and SSY underscores the role of coupled surface-subsurface hydrologic interactions and a need to represent them in models for capturing  ...  In this study, we develop and evaluate an open-source, spatially-explicit, sediment erosion, deposition and transport module for the distributed hydrological model, GEOtop.  ...  Acknowledgements We appreciate the valuable feedbacks from reviewers and the editor, which greatly improved this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2016.06.004 fatcat:2vqgnid5ibby7jlakybxrnm53a

Geoinformatics and water-erosion processes

Tal Svoray, Peter M. Atkinson
2013 Geomorphology  
, model the data to provide greater understanding of processes and to forecast and explore future scenarios.  ...  Geomorphologists have commonly published conclusions about soil erosion and water movement based on experimental data obtained at the catchment scale.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the authors and the reviewers of the papers in this Special Issue. They did an excellent job in keeping to deadlines and improving the manuscripts at each review iteration.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2012.10.001 fatcat:g3mih5vqzzgblljx2jdcx7eluq

A classification of water erosion models according to their geospatial characteristics

Christos G. Karydas, Panos Panagos, Ioannis Z. Gitas
2012 International Journal of Digital Earth  
In this review, an extensive inventory in the literature of water erosion modelling from a geospatial point of view has been conducted.  ...  Spatial scale, temporal scale and spatial methodologies have been addressed as the most determining geospatial properties underlying water erosion modelling.  ...  Special thanks to the anonymous reviewers for their comments, which helped us to improve it. ANNEX  ... 
doi:10.1080/17538947.2012.671380 fatcat:amceassbxnfa7fhvm6wpu2hiny

Two decades of numerical modelling to understand long term fluvial archives: Advances and future perspectives

A. Veldkamp, J.E.M. Baartman, T.J. Coulthard, D. Maddy, J.M. Schoorl, J.E.A. Storms, A.J.A.M. Temme, R. van Balen, M.J. van De Wiel, W. van Gorp, W. Viveen, R. Westaway (+1 others)
2017 Quaternary Science Reviews  
The overall future challenge lies in the development of new methodologies for a more independent validation of system dynamics and research strategies that allow the separation of intrinsic and extrinsic  ...  Many other model applications demonstrate that fluvial archives, specifically of large fluvial systems, can be convincingly simulated as a function of the interplay of (palaeo) landscape properties and  ...  We thank John Armitage and a second anonymous reviewer who helped us to improve the manuscript significantly. No specific funding was involved in this research.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2016.10.002 fatcat:dwiig3twund35nbzh323jhckem

Adding sediment transport to the integrated hydrology model (InHM): Development and testing

Christopher S. Heppner, Qihua Ran, Joel E. VanderKwaak, Keith Loague
2006 Advances in Water Resources  
The first test of the sediment transport version of InHM is reported, using field data from a series of erosion experiments conducted by Gabet and Dunne [E.J. Gabet, T.  ...  The addition of a sediment transport algorithm to the comprehensive hydrologic-response model known as the Integrated Hydrology Model (InHM) is discussed.  ...  The thoughtful comments from Steve Burges and four anonymous reviewers on an earlier version of this paper are greatly appreciated.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2005.08.003 fatcat:3aojlhqlc5ahrnc3q4julijohe

Modelling Soil Erosion in Europe [chapter]

Victor Jetten, David Favis-Mortlock
2006 Soil Erosion in Europe  
The second section lists erosion models which are currently used within Europe and provides a general overview of each model's aims and approach and the spatial and temporal scales to which it may be applied  ...  Also, the emphasis is on models which are useful for the practical business of soil conservation, although some models whose primary function is a greater understanding of the processes of erosion are  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Mark Nearing, Mike Kirkby and John Boardman for fruitful discussions, the four referees for their constructive comments and additions and the Editors of this book  ... 
doi:10.1002/0470859202.ch50 fatcat:j2wpxag7snfepj3rdmxugm4slu

Estimating the microbiological risks associated with inland flood events: Bridging theory and models of pathogen transport

Philip A. Collender, Olivia C. Cooke, Lee D. Bryant, Thomas R. Kjeldsen, Justin V. Remais
2016 Critical reviews in environmental science and technology  
We investigate the theoretical linkages between hydrodynamic processes and spatio-temporally variable suspension and deposition of pathogens from soils and sediments; pathogen dispersion in flow; and concentrations  ...  4) collaboration between modelers and field-based researchers to expand the collection of useful data in situ.  ...  In one example linking transport modeling to flood conditions, Wu et al. (2009) used the Waterloo flood system distributed hydrological model (WATFLOOD) to predict the temporal and spatial distribution  ... 
doi:10.1080/10643389.2016.1269578 pmid:28757789 pmcid:PMC5533301 fatcat:flvd66piznemneufkntoqzkpdq

Coupling temporal and spatial dimensions of global sediment flux through lake and marine sediment records

John A. Dearing, Richard T. Jones
2003 Global and Planetary Change  
In contrast, large basins with effective storage zones and very slow reaction times lead to far weaker levels of spatio-temporal coupling.  ...  Future studies may be able to use these datasets to provide a typological classification of sediment regimes according to different spatio-temporal characteristics of their forcing -response mechanisms  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge wide-ranging discussions with other members of the IGBP Sediments Group, and Professor Mark Macklin and Dr Tom Coulthard about various sediment issues mentioned  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0921-8181(03)00022-5 fatcat:cggwc2wcmfcu5oispqz7syatji

Modelling environmental impacts of agriculture, focusing on oil palm [chapter]

Paul N. Nelson, Neil Huth, Marcus Sheaves, Cécile Bessou, Lénaïc Pardon, Han She Lim, Rai S. Kookana
2018 Achieving sustainable cultivation of oil palm Volume 2  
Erosion models simulate the detachment, transport and deposition of sediment in sheetflow, rills, gullies and within stream channels.  ...  Table 1 1 Commonly used field-to-catchment-scale erosion and coupled hydrological sediment/solute models Model Spatial scale Process representation Spatial representation Temporal scale Water  ... 
doi:10.19103/as.2017.0018.24 fatcat:zvoldkr7unfpllyjhsmi4lzod4

Coupled prediction of flood response and debris flow initiation during warm- and cold-season events in the Southern Appalachians, USA

J. Tao, A. P. Barros
2014 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
For this purpose, uncalibrated model simulations of well-documented debris flows in headwater catchments of the Southern Appalachians using a 3-D surface–groundwater hydrologic model coupled with slope  ...  This suggests that the dynamics of subsurface hydrologic processes play an important role as a trigger mechanism, specifically through soil moisture redistribution by interflow.  ...  Richard Wooten of the North Carolina Geological Survey for the debris flow field observations. Edited by: R. Greco  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-18-367-2014 fatcat:keuy7c5d7jgtpi6234ihx3v6bu

Coupled prediction of flood response and debris flow initiation during warm and cold season events in the Southern Appalachians, USA

J. Tao, A. P. Barros
2013 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions  
For this purpose, uncalibrated model simulations of well-documented debris flows in headwater catchments of the Southern Appalachians using a 3-D surface-groundwater hydrologic model coupled with slope  ...  This suggests that the dynamics of subsurface hydrologic processes play an important role as a trigger mechanism, specifically through soil moisture redistribution by interflow.  ...  Richard Wooten of the North Carolina Geological Survey for the debris flow field observations. Edited by: R. Greco  ... 
doi:10.5194/hessd-10-8365-2013 fatcat:jr47ewi7r5b3hpzntta7lkqjze

Multiscale Soil Erosion Simulations For Land Use Management [chapter]

Helena Mitasova, Lubos Mitas
2001 Landscape Erosion and Evolution Modeling  
The funding was provided by the USArmy CERL, Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program -SERDP, Illinois Council on Food and Agricultural Research -CFAR and Illinois Department of Natural  ...  We greatly appreciate the sharing of data by K. Auerswald, S. Warren, K. Drackett, Zhang Yusheng, and D. Timlin.  ...  METHODS To model spatio-temporal distribution of sediment transport and erosion/deposition at any point and time, a complex system of interacting processes has to be simulated, including rainfall events  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-0575-4_11 fatcat:yfdbmtz2bfel7pts5lni2s63ea

Integrated hydro-bacterial modelling for predicting bathing water quality

Guoxian Huang, Roger A. Falconer, Binliang Lin
2017 Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science  
In the current study an integrated hydro-bacterial model, linking a catchment, 1-D model and 2-D model were integrated to simulate the adsorption-desorption processes of faecal bacteria to and from sediment  ...  Particular emphasis has been placed on the mechanism of faecal bacteria transport and decay through the deposition and resuspension of suspended sediments.  ...  The authors are also grateful to the Environment Agency North West and Intertek Energy & Water Consultancy Services for their provision of data and to all colleagues from the universities of Aberystwyth  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2017.01.018 fatcat:5rfuq5l7yvdj7luwzlcerwv36q

Measuring, modelling and managing gully erosion at large scales: A state of the art

Matthias Vanmaercke, Panos Panagos, Tom Vanwalleghem, Antonio Hayas, Saskia Foerster, Pasquale Borrelli, Mauro Rossi, Dino Torri, Javier Casali, Lorenzo Borselli, Olga Vigiak, Michael Maerker (+24 others)
2021 Earth-Science Reviews  
sediment yields at large scales (section 4); data products that can be used for such simulations (section 5); and currently existing policy tools and needs to address the problem of gully erosion (section  ...  Soil erosion is generally recognized as the dominant process of land degradation. The formation and expansion of gullies is often a highly significant process of soil erosion.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the Joint Research Centre (JRC), European Commission for organizing the workshop on gully erosion (March 2018) that led to the idea of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2021.103637 fatcat:os6ofwl6d5cj7low7xpy4kzg2a

A New Focus on the Neglected Carbonate Critical Zone

Jonathan Martin, Paloma De Grammont, Matthew Covington, Laura Toran
2021 EOS  
Studies of Earth's critical zone have largely focused on areas underlain by silicate bedrock, leaving gaps in our understanding of widespread and vital carbonate-dominated landscapes.  ...  the spatio-temporal evolution of aqueous and solid phase composition.  ...  Two examples of multi-disciplinary models developed within the context of the CZO network are the newly developed open source 3D CPU-GPU hybrid Dhara model that couples both above-and belowground processes  ... 
doi:10.1029/2021eo163388 fatcat:edmaxmnu7nhl5hdjxkx6v6bb6m
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