Methodology for the evaluation of global warming impact on soil moisture and runoff

Juan B Valdes, Rafael S. Seoane, Gerald R. North

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Abstract

Global warming is expected to increase the intensity of the global hydrologic cycle. Precipitation and temperature patterns, soil moisture requirements, and the physical structure of the vegetation canopy play important roles in the hydrologic system of drainage basins. In this work a methodology for the evaluation of impact on soil moisture concentration and direct surface runoff is presented.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationWater Resources Planning and Management and Urban Water Resources
PublisherPubl by ASCE
Pages425-428
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)0872629120
StatePublished - 1993
Externally publishedYes
EventProceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference on Water Management in the '90s - Seattle, WA, USA
Duration: May 1 1993May 5 1993

Other

OtherProceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference on Water Management in the '90s
CitySeattle, WA, USA
Period5/1/935/5/93

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Soil moisture
Global warming
Runoff
Catchments
Temperature

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Valdes, J. B., Seoane, R. S., & North, G. R. (1993). Methodology for the evaluation of global warming impact on soil moisture and runoff. In Water Resources Planning and Management and Urban Water Resources (pp. 425-428). Publ by ASCE.

Methodology for the evaluation of global warming impact on soil moisture and runoff. / Valdes, Juan B; Seoane, Rafael S.; North, Gerald R.

Water Resources Planning and Management and Urban Water Resources. Publ by ASCE, 1993. p. 425-428.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Valdes, JB, Seoane, RS & North, GR 1993, Methodology for the evaluation of global warming impact on soil moisture and runoff. in Water Resources Planning and Management and Urban Water Resources. Publ by ASCE, pp. 425-428, Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference on Water Management in the '90s, Seattle, WA, USA, 5/1/93.
Valdes JB, Seoane RS, North GR. Methodology for the evaluation of global warming impact on soil moisture and runoff. In Water Resources Planning and Management and Urban Water Resources. Publ by ASCE. 1993. p. 425-428
Valdes, Juan B ; Seoane, Rafael S. ; North, Gerald R. / Methodology for the evaluation of global warming impact on soil moisture and runoff. Water Resources Planning and Management and Urban Water Resources. Publ by ASCE, 1993. pp. 425-428
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