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A collaborative project has been carried out in order to improve hydrological modelling approaches, through identifying model weaknesses in reproducing actual internal catchment processes, and to progress in understanding hydrological processes, through improved field observat...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 21893
Last updated on: 2003-01-17
The methodology can be summarised as follows: a) Identification or development of suitable methods or models to describe each main process that affects the system or forms part of the proposed scheme, i.e. each element of the problem: hydrologic budget and natural recharge (i...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 26912
Last updated on: 2003-01-17
The monitoring and forecasting of severe weather has the potential to enable civil defence organisations to alleviate the natural hazards severe weather can cause, such as floods. This project has focussed on developing the understanding of weather radar data, and its applicat...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 21889
Last updated on: 2001-02-22
Summary: The partners have used diverse cloud-resolving models and single-column models to simulate a variety of types of cloud system. The comparisons between these simulations and the observations yield information about the nature of the detailed cloud processes, their larg...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 23625
Last updated on: 1999-12-23
The EUROSLOPE II - project focusses field, laboratory and modelling research on the problem of high mountain slope and riverbed stability. Approaching the end of the project in late 1999, project achievements now can be sketched as: Measuring techniques: - sophistication of u...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 22035
Last updated on: 1999-04-01
Giant landslides with volumes of nearly a cubic kilometre or more occur every few decades, usually in young mountainous areas (such as the Alps, Himalayas and Andes) or at young volcanoes. When they fail, a whole mountainside can shift several kilometres within minutes, placin...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 21705
Last updated on: 1998-11-04
Within the framework of this research project, two models MIKE SHE/DAISY and SMART2 have been used to predict the risk of nitrates and aluminium contamination of groundwater linked to agricultural activities and/or atmospheric deposition. Readily available data from standard E...
Programme: FP4-ENV 2C
Record Number: 20797
Last updated on: 1998-07-29
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