4 edition of Snow and glacier hydrology year-book, 1987-1992. found in the catalog.
Snow and glacier hydrology year-book, 1987-1992.
by His Majesty"s Govt. of Nepal, Ministry of Water Resources, Dept. of Hydrology and Meteorology in Kathmandu, Nepal
Written in English
Chiefly statistical tables.
|Contributions||Nepal. Dept. of Hydrology and Meteorology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||167 p. :|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||2007394688|
variable glacier melt contributions to stream flow between basins, ranging from 2 to 20%, with an average of around 10%, representing 4% of the mean annual estimated outflow of Nepalese rivers. Immerzeel et al () similarly find that snow and glacier melt amounts to % (snow 5 %, glacier 5 %) of the overall discharge of the Ganges RiverCited by: "This book provides an updated discussion of some aspects of snow and glacier hydrology, drawing on the results of investigations in recent years in Arctic, Antarctic, Himalayas, Alps, Rocky Mountains and other mountains of the world. The book is not meant to be an encyclopaedia in its treatment of snow .
Water in glaciers Water can ﬂow at the surface, within,and at the base of an glacier. Glacier hydrology is of interest since: • Glacier-fed rivers provide much of the water for agriculture (Canadian prairies, central Asia) and forhydro-electricalpowerproduction(Iceland, France, Switzer-land, Norway). Glacial Geology 9. Glacier Hydrology. K.A. Lemke – UWSP. 9. GLACIER HYDROLOGY. 48 Points. Objective: to learn about the production and drainage of glacial meltwater and the impact of meltwater on glacial processes.
Books shelved as hydrology: A World Without Ice by Henry N. Pollack, Engineering Hydrology by K. Subramanya, Physical Hydrology by S. Lawrence Dingman, D. Snow hydrology is a scientific study in the field of hydrology which focuses on the composition, dispersion, and movement of snow and s of snow hydrology predate the Anno Domini era, although major breakthroughs were not made until the mid eighteenth century.. Snowfall, accumulation and melt are important hydrological processes in watersheds at high altitudes or latitudes.
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Book Condition: Like New; Hardcover; Close to new condition; Covers are still glossy with "straight" edge-corners; Unblemished textblock edges; The endpapers and all text pages are bright and unmarked; Binding is tight with a straight spine; This book will be stored and delivered in a sturdy cardboard box with foam padding; Medium Format (" - " tall); Light blue covers with title in Cited by: This book provides an updated discussion of some aspects of snow and glacier hydrology, drawing on the results of investigations in recent years in Arctic, Antarctic, Himalayas, Alps, Rocky Mountains, and other mountains of Snow and glacier hydrology year-book world.
This book is not meant to be an encyclopaedia in its treatment of snow Brand: Springer Netherlands. Book Review: Snow and Glacier Hydrology Article (PDF Available) in Mountain Research and Development 22(3) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Operational snow cover mapping by satellites and real time runoff forecasts K.
Seidel & J. Martinec 3 Climatic Changes Snow and glacier hydrology year-book Their Effects on Snow and Glacier Hydrology Methods of assessing the effects of climatic changes on snow and glacier hydrology M. Kuhn Shrinkage of Glacier AX sinceShorong Himal, East Nepal. Abstract The study of snow and ice is rich in both fundamental science and practical applications.
Snow and Glacier Hydrology offers something for everyone, from resource practitioners in regions where water supply depends on seasonal snow pack or glaciers, to research scientists seeking to understand the role of the solid phase in the water cycle and climate.
Definition of Hydrology 1 Classification of Hydrology 1 Hydrological Cycle 3 Inventory of the World's Water and Global Water Balance 5 Role of Hydrology 19 Scope and Importance of Snow and Glaciers 20 A Short History of Snow and Glacier Studies 38 References 45 PART II: PROPERTIES AND MEASUREMENT OF SNOW AND SNOW.
Encyclopedia of Snow, Ice and Glaciers Vijay P. Singh Texas A & M University - College Station This Book is brought to you for free and open access by the Department of Geology at eCommons. It has been accepted for inclusion in Geology Glacier Hydrology Pratap Singh Glacier Lake Outburst Floods Lasafam Iturrizaga.
1 Perennial Ice and Snow Masses. A Guide for Compilation and Assemblage of Data for a and Assemblage of Data for Glacier Mass Balance Measurements. 6 Textbooks on Hydrology. Analyses and Synoptic they were published. Part B consists of three parts: books referring to general hydrology, hydrology of subsurface waters, and hydrometry.
This book is a reference book for practicing water resources managers and a text for advanced hydrology and water resources courses which span fields such as engineering, earth sciences.
Snow and Glacier Hydrology Year Book 1. Ministry of Water Resources, Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, Kathmandu, 74pp. Google Scholar. International Society of Soil Science () International Society of Soil Science, Keys to World Reference Base for Soil Resources. Wageningen/Rome, by: 5.
a snow melt model (SNOWMOD), which has been applied for streamflow simulation for snow- and glacier-fed rivers. He has published over technical papers in international/national journals and co-authored with Professor V.P.
Singh a book on Snow and Glacier Hydrology. text book and reference book on snow hydrology. Our interest in snow hydrology was initiated while we were both taking an early snow hydrology class taught by Dr.
James R. Meiman at Colorado State University. The book is an outgrowth of our interest in snow hydrology borne out of that class and later experiences while. GLACIER BOOKS are specialist book dealers, who buy and sell New, Secondhand & Antiquarian Books on all aspects of Mountaineering, Mountain Travel and Polar Exploration.
We have an extensive stock of books on all the Mountain and Polar Regions of the world. The study of glaciers forms a part of surface-water hydrology, but because a part of runoff from snow and glaciers behaves like subsurface flow, groundwater hydrology concepts are also invoked. Flow in the stream is made up of the flow due to direct response of the basin to precipitation and the flow from snowmelt/glacier melt and baseflow.
The earth’s cryosphere, which includes snow, glaciers and ice caps, ice sheets, ice shelves, sea ice, river and lake ice, and frozen ground, contains about 75% of the earth’s fresh water.
It exists at almost all latitudes, from the tropics to the poles, and plays a vital role in controlling the global climate system.
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Daily snow albedo map series were derived from both sources, and used as input for the snow module in the WiMMed (Watershed Integrated Management in Mediterranean Environment) hydrological model, which was operational at the study area for snow monitoring for two hydrological years, – and –, in the Guadalfeo river basin in.
His Majesty's Government of Nepal, Snow and Glacier Hydrology Project. Ministry of Water Resources, Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, Kathmandu, Snow and Glacier Hydrology Year Book, Vol. 1, 74 by: Role of snow and glacier melt in controlling river hydrology in Liddar watershed (western Himalaya) under current and future climate G.
Jeelani,1 Johannes J. Feddema,2 Cornelis J. van der Veen,2 and Leigh Stearns3 Received 9 November ; revised 1 October ; accepted 14 October ; published 12 December Cited by:. Glaciers and ice sheets store nearly 70% of the world's freshwater and would raise sea level by around 70 m if they melted.
They are, thus, an important component of Cited by: 1.Pratap Singh has over 30 years experience in snow and glacier hydrology with an emphasis on modeling of snow and glacier melt runoff.
He developed a snow melt model (SNOWMOD), which has been applied for streamflow simulation for snow- and glacier-fed rivers.International Symposium on Snow and Glacier Hydrology ( Kathmandu, Nepal). Snow and glacier hydrology. Wallingford: International Association of Hydrological Sciences, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors.