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2232 Lider Araştırmacılar Programı

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Spatial Calibration and Evaluation in distributed hydrological modeling using satellite remote sensing data detaylar icin tiklayiniz http://space.geus.dk/funding/index.html

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The project is about comprehensive assessment of climate change impact on the hydrology and water resources of the Columbia River Basin with quantification of uncertainty in all layers of hydro climate modeling and projection The project is funded by Department of Energy DOE Bonneville Power Administration Portland Oregon

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Low flows in rivers may result in several types of problems to society e g lack of water for drinking water supply irrigation industrial use and power production hindrance to navigation and deterioration of water quality It is expected that climate changes will to lead to drier summers in Western Europe and therefore possibly to more frequent and more severe low flows in rivers in the future Facing these problems it is crucial for low flow management that more accurate seasonal months and long term decades predictions of low flows become available The objective of this project is to contribute to the improvement of seasonal and long term prediction of low flows in the Rhine basin by analysing historical trends and estimating future trends of low flow generating mechanisms such as precipitation deficits groundwater discharge and snow melt and determining related low flows This will be done using data based methods such as statistical modelling time series analysis and trend analysis techniques output from climate and hydrological models and climatological hydrological and geographical data Results of the project include improved insight in low flow generating mechanisms in the Rhine basin for different seasons tools for seasonal and long term prediction of low flows and improved insight in climate change impacts on low Low flows in rivers may result in several types of problems to society e g lack of water for drinking water supply irrigation industrial use and power production hindrance to navigation and deterioration of water quality It is expected that climate changes will to lead to drier summers in Western Europe and therefore possibly to more frequent and more severe low flows in rivers in the future Facing these problems it is crucial for low flow management that more accurate seasonal months and long term decades predictions of low flows become available The objective of this project is to contribute to the improvement of seasonal and long term prediction of low flows in the Rhine basin by analysing historical trends and estimating future trends of low flow generating mechanisms such as precipitation deficits groundwater discharge and snow melt and determining related low flows This will be done using data based methods such as statistical modelling time series analysis and trend analysis techniques output from climate and hydrological models and climatological hydrological and geographical data Results of the project include improved insight in low flow generating mechanisms in the Rhine basin for different seasons tools for seasonal and long term prediction of low flows and improved insight in climate change impacts on low flows in the Rhine basin

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Türkiye Akım Verilerinin Küme Analizi