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Floods in an Arid Continent, Volume 39 (Advances in Ecological Research)

by Aldo Poiani

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Published by Academic Press .
Written in English


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Number of Pages208
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Open LibraryOL7327509M
ISBN 100123736307
ISBN 109780123736307

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Sign in. Nowhere are floods more paradoxical than in the generally arid Australian continent. This book brings together experts in meteorology, hydrology, limnology, ornithology, landscape ecology, veterinary and medical sciences, economics, anthropology and sociology to synthesize current knowledge on floods, their occurrence, and their consequences for the environment and societies in the Australian context.

Nowhere are floods more paradoxical than in the generally arid Australian continent. Floods in an Arid Continent brings together experts in meteorology, hydrology, limnology, ornithology, landscape ecology, veterinary and medical sciences, economics, anthropology and sociology to synthesize current knowledge on floods, their occurrence, and their consequences for the environment and societies.

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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(2). Changes in flood magnitude of each catchment's largest flood. To quantify how floods changed in magnitude we compare the magnitude of the maximum flow events of period t 1 (Q 1) to the magnitude of maximum for the subsequent period t 2 (Q 2) using ΔQ 1 and ΔQ 2 (see equations and), for all catchments, and per continent.

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Fig. 1 shows the variability of the record floods (i.e. maximum discharge value observed at a given streamgauge) for the entire African continent. The flood experience in the African continent depicted in Fig.

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Aggregating the flood extent data for six of these global flood models and subsequent analysis shows that over the continent of Africa, there is around 30%–40% agreement in flood extent. There are significant differences in hazard magnitude and spatial pattern between models, notably in deltas, arid/semi-arid zones and by: Nowhere are floods more paradoxical than in the generally arid Australian continent.

This book brings together experts in meteorology, hydrology, limnology, ornithology, landscape ecology, veterinary and medical sciences, economics, anthropology and sociology to synthesize current knowledge on floods, their occurrence, and their consequences for the environment and societies in the Australian.

About the Book. Table of Contents. Part I Part II Part III Part IV Part V Part VI Part VII Part VIII: Part II: Flood Traditions Chapter 1. The Nature of the Traditions. HERE ARE two Flood stories which are surely not borrowed from the Bible.

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In many regions, annual floods follow the thaws and rains of spring; flooding also may occur because of thawing ice jamming narrower and shallower parts of a river.