Ecohydrology of High Mountain Areas : Proceedings of the International Conference on Ecohydrology of High Mountain Areas (1998)

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ISBN: 92-9115-726-0
Language: English
Table of Contents:
  1. Front Matter
  2. Summary and Highlights of the International Conference and Ecohydrology of High Mountain Areas
  3. Contents
  4. Part A: Regional Issues on High Mountain Ecohydrology
  5. Mountain Ecohydrology: Issues and Challenges
  6. Present Status and Problems of the Hydrology of Mountainous Areas of Pakistan
  7. Effect of Global Warming on the Streamflow of a High-altitude Spiti River
  8. A Short Introduction to the Surface Water Resources adn Hydrography of Mongolia
  9. Ecohydrological Investigations in the Himalayas
  10. Water Resources in the Altiplano Region in Southern Peru, Their Isotope Composition and Origin
  11. Present Status of Studies on Hydrological Aspects in Bangladesh
  12. Ecohydrology of River Basins of Nepal
  13. An Evaluation Method of Ecohydrological Conditions in High Mountain Areas: An Applied Study of the Lake Baikal Basin
  14. Effects of Altitude on Ecohydrological Processes
  15. The Particulars of Territorial Distribution and Anthropogenic River
  16. Part B: Network Design, Instrumentation, Data Collection and Processing Methodology and Modelling
  17. Rainfall-Runoff Data and Modelling in the Likhu Khola Catchment, Nepal
  18. Combined Parameterisation of Orography-Induced Precipitation and Runoff for Regional Hydroclimatic Studies
  19. Calibrating a Water Yield Model for Development of Hydrologic Parameters of Ungauged Small Watersheds in the Mountainous Terrain of the Tropical Monsoon Region
  20. Spatially Distributed Model Approaches to Hydrologic Processes and River Flow from Mountainous Regions
  21. Developments in a Methodology of Classifying Sediments in Himalayan Rivers
  22. A Hydrological Approach to Environmental Impact Assessment in the Himalayan Rivers: A Case Study of the Khimti River in Nepal
  23. Soil Moisture Measurements with an improved Time Domain Reflectometry System
  24. Regional Methods for Computing the Mean Summer temperature and Intra-annual Course of Global radiation within Central Asia
  25. Striving towards Assessment of Mountain Water Resources
  26. Medium-Range Prediction of Winter Precipitation over India Using a Global Circulation Model
  27. Structural Adaptation of a High Alpine Gauging Station (Vernagtbach, Oetztal Alps/Austria) to Greatly Enhanced Glacial Discharge
  28. Part C: Atmospheric, Hydrologic and Ecological Interaction
  29. Hydrology of Nakhu Watershed before and after the 1981 Disaster
  30. Peculiarities of Radiation balance on Slopes and the Utilisation of These Peculiarities for the Computation of Evaporation from Mountain Basins
  31. The Hydrological Cycle and Changes of Soil Water Storage in a Thuriferous Juniper Stand in the Moroccan High Atlas Mountains
  32. Spatial Variations of Daily Evaporation Rates in a High Alpine Valley - the VERDI Project
  33. Stream Water Acidification in Response to Anthropogenic Pollution Inputs of Forested and Cultivated Catchments in the Middle Hills, Nepal
  34. Hydrochemical Characteristics of Headwater Streams in the Middle Hills and High Mountains of the Himalayas, Nepal
  35. Estimation of Hydrological Balance Components under Variable Conditions of Mountainous Catchments
  36. Estimation of Mean Annual Water balance Components in a Midland Catchment
  37. Estimation of Mean Evaporation Patterns with Respect to Elevation
  38. Relationship of Transpiration to Rainfall, Air Temperature and Soil Moisture in a Mountainous Region
  39. Principles of Hydrological Regionalisation as Exemplified in the Upper Vistula Basin (Polan, East-Central Europe)
  40. Part D: Role of Permafrost, Glaciers and Snow Cover
  41. The Assessment of Snow Accumulation, Precipitation and Runoff over the Karakoram Glacier System from Satellite Images
  42. The Contribution of Glacier Melt to the River Discharge in an Arid Region
  43. Mathematical Modelling of Flood and Debris Flows caused by Outbursts from High Mountain Lakes
  44. Precipitation Runoff Simulations for Small Himalayan Basins in Nepal with Important Snow Deposits
  45. Snow Glacier Hydrology in Nepal: Project Results for the Provision of Data and Information for Water Resources Development
  46. Approaches to Reducing the Hazard of an Outburst Flood of Imja Glacier Lake, Khumbu Himal
  47. Melting and Evaporation of Glacier Systems in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan Region and Their Possible Changes as a Result of Global Warming
  48. Periglacial Processes in the Khentei Mountains (Mongolia)
  49. Snowmelt Runoff Estimation from a Himalayan Catchment using Snowmelt Runoff Model (SRM)
  50. Glacier Ablation under Debris Cover: Field Observations on Lirung Glacier, Nepal Himalayas
  51. Distribution of Snow Cover in the Mountains of Central Asia
  52. Part E: Dynamics and Hazards of Erosion and Sedimentation, Ecosystems of High Mountain Areas of Lanscape Processes
  53. Hazards of Erosion and Sedimentation Due to Cloud Burst in Small Catchments A Case Study from Kumaun Himalayan, India
  54. Impact of Tourism on Ecohydrology in the Headwater Region of the Beas, Himachal Pradesh
  55. Assessment of Erosional Hazards in the Himalaya: A Case Study of Chamoli District in Uttar Pradesh (India)
  56. Soils on Glacial and Glaciofluvial Deposits in Central and Eastern Nepal in Relation of Classification and Landscape History.
  57. A Survey of Discharge and Suspension in the Landscape Ecology of a Swiss Alpine Catchment Area
  58. Problems of Holocene Glacier Advances in Langtang, Central Nepal
  59. Surface Runoff, Soil Loss and land Use Studies in Tow Micro-Catchments of the Western Himalaya, India
  60. Some Results of Long-term Variability of Avalanche Activity in the Mountains of the CIS
  61. Hydrologic Aspects of the Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project
  62. Research on Environmental Change in Southern Tibet
  63. Hazards of Erosion and Its Effects on the Water Resources of Pakistan
  64. Part F: Water Quality and Limnological Issues
  65. Ecological Characteristics of the Benthic Macro-invertebrates of High Altitude Streams (Morocco)
  66. Distribution and Species Composition of Leeches in the Aquatic Habitats of Nepal
  67. Biodiversity, Chemistry, and Structure in Streams of the Nepal/Himalaya: Developing Biological Indicators of Change
  68. The Applicability of Biotic Indices and Scores in Water Quality Assessment of Nepales River
  69. Ecohydrological Influence on Growth and Clump Maintenance of Potamogeton Crispus L. Punyamati River, Panauti
  70. The Relationship between Climate and Vegetation in the Moroccan Western High Atlas Mountains
  71. The Impact of Flood on the Benthic and Aquatic Riparian Communities of the Ourika River in the High Atlas Mountains (Morocco)
  72. The Larva of Himalopsyche tibetana (Insecta: Trichoptera, Rhycophilidae) with some Ecological Notes on the Genus Himalopsyche Banks, 1940 from Nepal
  73. A Neutron Activation Study of the Geochemistry of Natural Water in Lhasa, Tibet, China
  74. The Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Approach as an Alternative Pesticide Use in Nepal
  75. Diatom Communities in Himalayan Hill Streams
  76. Nepalese Water Beetles (Coleoptera) Dryopidae, Elmidae, Helophoridae, Hydraenidae, Heteroceridae, and Hydroscaphidae
  77. Biological Rapid Field Assessment of Water Quality in the Bagmati River and Its tributaries, Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
  78. List of Participants


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