Издательство Wiley по журналам "Water Resources Research"
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(196912)A stream water sampler was designed and tested to sample water from a stream at a rate proportional to the streamflow rate. A composite of samples taken in this manner is an estimate of the mean concentration of constituents ...

(197512)The statistical uncertainty resulting from the lack of knowledge of which model represents a given stochastic process is analyzed. This analysis of model uncertainty leads to a composite Bayesian distribution. The composite ...

(197506)Water resource designs are perfect examples of decision making under uncertainty. In fact, three types of uncertainties may exist in any design problem: natural, parameter, and model uncertainties. The last two may be ...

(198312)A flood forecast process with a discrete time index k is defined as {i(k), h(k)}, where i denotes the current flood level and h denotes the forecasted flood crest. It is a finite, random duration process with the actual ...

(198306)The problem of how to best utilize site and regional flood data to infer the shape parameter of a flood distribution is considered. One approach to this problem is given in Bulletin 17B of the U.S. Water Resources Council ...

(198401)Reservoir operation problems are complicated by the nonlinearities in the objective functions. The dynamic programing (DP) procedure is often used to solve this problem because of the sequential nature of the decisions ...

(199105)Observed soil degree‐days (SDD) for 20 forest stands in the discontinuous permafrost zone of interior Alaska range from 483 to 2217. These stands differ in terms of forest structure, topography, and soils. A biophysical ...

(199011)Avalanche deposits represent a significant storage of winter snow on the south slope of the Himalaya Mountains, Pakistan, complicating the annual snowmelt cycle because of the differences in ablation of avalanche‐transported ...

(199601)A new quasi three‐dimensional finite element model of groundwater flow is developed for highly compressible multiaquifer systems where aquitard permeability and elastic storage are dependent on hydraulic drawdown. The model ...

(199308)Unsaturated hydraulic conductivity is often the single most important soil property in vadose zone flow and transport. However, at depths below the root zone there is no field method available to determine it. The proposed ...

(198409)Research into the development of borehole techniques for hydrogeochemical investigations in fractured rock has resulted in the construction of a geochemical probe controlled and operated with an umbilical cable system. ...

(198704)A coupled boundary element‐finite element procedure is presented for linear and nonlinear fluid flow simulation in porous and fractured aquifers. Quadratic variation of both element geometry and fundamental singularity is ...

(199208)A boundary integral formulation is developed for flow of two immiscible, incompressible phases in a porous medium. With the boundary integral formulation, large computational domains may be considered with little impact ...

(197802)A branch and bound method is presented for evaluating alternative regional wastewater treatment systems, taking into account economies of scale in constructing treatment plants and interceptor sewers. A branch and bound ...

(197212)The disposal of waste water into a confined stratum of the earth's crust through recharge wells is gaining increasing popularity. Underground burying of radioactive liquid and solid wastes has been practiced for years at ...

(199011)Approximate solutions are presented for absorption of water into porous spherical, cylindrical, and slablike blocks whose characteristic curves are of the van Genuchten‐Mualem type. The solutions are compared to numerical ...

(198705)The Boussinesq equation describes aquifer movement when capillarity effects are unimportant. A simple correction term to the equation is proposed here to take those effects into account. The correction can be quite significant ...

(199007)In general, the usual treatment of the initial response of the water table to a sudden drawdown involves a discontinuity at the outflow end of the aquifer. In the description of this problem by means of the diffusion ...

(196806)Because water resources investment has been evaluated from the economic efficiency objective, benefit‐cost analysis has been criticized as ignoring other goals. Benefit and cost data collected for Dewey Reservoir in the ...

(198206)Between 6,800 and 21,000 1 of transformer oil containing polychlorinated biphenyls (Aroclor 1254) and chlorobenzenes were spilled when an underground pipe broke at a transformer manufacturing plant in Regina, Saskatchewan, ...
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