Advances in Streamflow Forecasting

Advances in Streamflow Forecasting: From Traditional to Modern Approaches covers the three major approaches of streamflow forecasting, including traditional methods such as stochastic time-series modeling, data-driven techniques, and modern techniques of hybrid methods. The book starts by providing background information and an overview of streamflow forecasting. The book concludes with a suggested way forward, looking ahead to future needs and challenges in further strengthening streamflow forecasting. This book is a vital resource for hydrologists optimizing water resource systems to mitigate the impact of destructive natural disasters, such as floods and droughts. Subsequent chapters describe various parametric stochastic-modeling methods such as auto-regressive moving average (ARMA), auto-regressive integrated moving average (ARIMA), seasonal auto-regressive integrated moving average (SARIMA), de-seasonalized auto-regressive integrated moving average (DARIMA), periodic auto-regressive moving average (PARMA) for simulation and forecasting the streamflow time series. It also includes the comparison of parametric methods to evaluate the best-fitted model for streamflow forecasting, and much more. Provides the most authoritative outlook on stream forecasting for both flood and drought Covers all available methods of streamflow forecasting methods used in the literature and guides the audience to the best method and tool for them Includes multiple case studies (at least one for every method in each chapter) demonstrating the application of each method

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  • Author : Priyanka Sharma
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 450 pages
  • ISBN : 9780128206737
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Advances in Streamflow Forecasting

Advances in Streamflow Forecasting
  • Author : Priyanka Sharma,Deepesh Machiwal
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 15 June 2021
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Advances in Streamflow Forecasting: From Traditional to Modern Approaches covers the three major approaches of streamflow forecasting, including traditional methods such as stochastic time-series modeling, data-driven techniques, and modern techniques of hybrid methods. The book starts by providing background information and an overview of streamflow forecasting. The book concludes with a suggested way forward, looking ahead to future needs and challenges in further strengthening streamflow forecasting. This book is a vital resource for hydrologists optimizing water resource systems to mitigate

Advances in Water Resources Management

Advances in Water Resources Management
  • Author : Lawrence K. Wang,Chih Ted Yang,Mu-Hao S. Wang
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 16 December 2015
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This volume provides in-depth coverage of such topics as multi-reservoir system operation theory and practice, management of aquifer systems connected to streams using semi-analytical models, one-dimensional model of water quality and aquatic ecosystem-ecotoxicology in river systems, environmental and health impacts of hydraulic fracturing and shale gas, bioaugmentation for water resources protection, wastewater renovation by flotation for water pollution control, determination of receiving water’s reaeration coefficient in the presence of salinity for water quality management, sensitivity analysis for stream water

Advances in Data-based Approaches for Hydrologic Modeling and Forecasting

Advances in Data-based Approaches for Hydrologic Modeling and Forecasting
  • Author : Bellie Sivakumar,Ronny Berndtsson
  • Publisher : World Scientific
  • Release : 17 January 2021
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This book comprehensively accounts the advances in data-based approaches for hydrologic modeling and forecasting. Eight major and most popular approaches are selected, with a chapter for each stochastic methods, parameter estimation techniques, scaling and fractal methods, remote sensing, artificial neural networks, evolutionary computing, wavelets, and nonlinear dynamics and chaos methods. These approaches are chosen to address a wide range of hydrologic system characteristics, processes, and the associated problems. Each of these eight approaches includes a comprehensive review of the fundamental

Advances in Hydroinformatics

Advances in Hydroinformatics
  • Author : Philippe Gourbesville,Jean A. Cunge,Guy Caignaert
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 21 August 2015
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This book is a collection of extended papers based on presentations given during the SIMHYDRO 2014 conference, held in Sophia Antipolis in June 2014. It focuses on the modeling and simulation of fast hydraulic transients, on 3D modeling, and on uncertainties and multiphase flows. The book explores both the limitations and performance of current models and presents the latest developments based on new numerical schemes, high-performance computing, multiphysics and multiscale methods, and better interaction with field or scale model data. It addresses

Advances in Water Science Methodologies

Advances in Water Science Methodologies
  • Author : U Aswathanarayana
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 26 May 2005
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This book is a useful guide to employing remote sensing data to explain and illustrate interactions between atmospheric, oceanic and hydrological processes, incorporating the latest developments in the field. A number of applications, such as water resources management, environmental monitoring, climate prediction, agriculture, and preparation

Assessing the National Streamflow Information Program

Assessing the National Streamflow Information Program
  • Author : National Research Council,Division on Earth and Life Studies,Water Science and Technology Board,Committee on Review of the USGS National Streamflow Information Program
  • Publisher : National Academies Press
  • Release : 19 September 2004
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From warning the public of impending floods to settling legal arguments over water rights, the measurement of streamflow (“streamgagingâ€) plays a vital role in our society. Having good information about how much water is moving through our streams helps provide citizens with drinking water during droughts, control water pollution, and protect wildlife along our stream corridors. The U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) streamgaging program provides such information to a wide variety of users interested in human safety, recreation, water