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Water Quality and Sediment Behaviour of the Future: Predictions for the 21st Century

Author / Editor: Bruce W. Webb & Dirk De Boer
Publication Number: 314
ISBN Number: 978-1-901502-14-5
Year: 2007
Pages: 322

Price: £62.00

This volume is an outcome of a symposium organized by the IAHS International Commissions on Water Quality (ICWQ), Continental Erosion (ICCE), and Groundwater (ICGW), and the Predictions in Ungauged Basins (PUB) Working Group, with the objective of bringing together experts to provide a state-of-the-art review of our current understanding of how water quality and sediment behaviour might alter as a result of climate and land-use change during the 21st century. The aim was to examine, for both surface water and groundwater systems, not only the nature and controls of future changes in water quality and sediment behaviour, but also what the implications of these will be for human use of water and for freshwater ecosystems, and how well our science is equipped to predict the future in this regard. Thirty-six reviewed papers were accepted for publication. They are grouped in three sections in this volume: Sediment and Nutrient Behaviour in Surface Waters; Metals and Other Water Quality Problems; and Management Issues.

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Water Quality and Sediment Behaviour of the Future:Predictions for the 21st Century, Symposium held at Perugia (2007)
Bruce W. Webb & Dirk De Boer Editors
Preface of Volume 314
Bruce W. Webb
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Suspended sediment yields in the Amazon basin of Peru: a first estimation
Jean Loup Guyot, Hector Bazan, Pascal Fraizy, Juan Julio Ordonez, Elisa Armijos & Alain La
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Impacts of human activities on the sediment regime of the Yangtze River
Qiongfang Li, Zhenhua Zou, Ziqiang Xia, Wei Zhang & Huiqing Wang
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Modelling extreme suspended sediment concentrations in North America: frequency analysis and correlations with watershed characteristics
Yves Tramblay, André Saint-Hilaire & Taha B. M. J. Ouarda
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Predicting the impact of projected change in agriculture by 2015 on annual mean fluvial suspended sediment concentrations across England and Wales
Adrian L. Collins, Steven G. Anthony, Tony Turner & Julia Hawley
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Neuroevolution methodologies applied to sediment forecasting
Alison J. Heppenstall, Linda M. See & Robert J. Abrahart
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Modelling discharge, water chemistry and sediment load from a subarctic river basin: the Tanana River, Alaska
Kazuhisa A. Chikita, Tomoyuki Wada, Isao Kudo, Daisaku Kido, Yu-Ichi Narita & Yongwon Kim
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Measuring the fluxes of suspended sediment, trace elements and nutrients for the City of Atlanta, USA: insights on the global water quality impacts of increasing urbanization
Arthur J. Horowitz, Kent A. Elrick & James J. Smith
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Assessing the effects of design and climate change on sediment removal in urban stormwater ponds
Catherine T. Morgan, Kate V. Heal, Steve G. Wallis & Rebecca J. Lunn
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Scale-related sediment and phosphorus transfers in small agricultural catchments
Clare Deasy, Richard E. Brazier, A. Louise Heathwaite & Robin Hodgkinson
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Modelling climate change impact on phosphorus load in Swedish rivers
Jorgen Rosberg & Berit Arheimer
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Groundwater-surface water exchange fluxes in a Pleistocene lowland and the impacts on riparian zone water balance and nitrate conditions
Stefan Krause, Axel Bronstert & Erwin Zehe
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Effect of frequent storms on nutrient discharge in a mountainous coastal catchment, western Japan
Shin-ichi Onodera, Misa Sawano, Mitsuyo Saito & Hidehiro Takahashi
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Evaluation of estimation methods for nitrate and atrazine loads during rainfall events in agricultural catchments
Adilson Pinheiro, Flavie Cernesson & Jean Fran�ois Dubernet
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Modelling catchment-scale nitrate transport using a combined process-based and data-driven approach
Rajesh Raj Shrestha & Michael Rode
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Long-term trend of uranium concentrations in Beaverlodge Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada, under mine decommissioning
Huaxia Yao, Robert Kidd & Michio Hashino
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The distribution of heavy metals in a highly regulated river: the River Murray, Australia
Martin C. Thoms
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Assessing water-sediment processes for metals in rivers polluted by mining to predict environmental impacts in developing countries
M. Aurora Armienta, Azucena Dotor, Flor E. Arcega-Cabrera, Oscar Talavera, Alejandra Aguay
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The distribution of metals (Co, As and Zn) in a residential urban watershed, typical of the Brazilian suburbs
Cristiano Poleto & Gustavo Henrique Merten
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Quantifying sediment deposition and the spatial variability of sediment-associated metals in ponds treating urban diffuse pollution
Alan J. Jones, Kate V. Heal, Neil Stuart, Steve G. Wallis, Rebecca J. Lunn & Barbara Barba
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Kohonen self-organising map (KSOM) extracted features for enhancing MLP-ANN prediction models of BOD5
Rabee Rustum, Adebayo Adeloye & Aurore Simala
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Simulation by the IPTM-CS model of pesticides found in surface water and groundwater of the Fucino Plain, Italy
Eva Pacioni, Marco Petitta & Miguel A. Marino
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Some reflections on the future of the water quality of the Corumbatai River basin, Sao Paulo State, Brazil
Daniel Marcos Bonotto & Jorge Luis Nepomuceno De Lima
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An assessment of water quality changes within the Athi and Nairobi river basins during the last decade
Shadrack Mulei Kithiia
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Flood flow water quality analysis using low-cost samplers in small rivers
Janana Bezerra Mesquita Lima & Sergio Koide
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Community-based monitoring and the science of water quality - C. Conrad
C. Conrad
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Future impacts of freshwater resource management: sensitivity of coastal deltas
Charles J. Vorosmarty, Jason P. Ericson, S. Lawrence Dingman, Larry G. Ward & Michel Meybe
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Appropriate use of catchment models for water-quality target setting and land-use management
Bradford S. Sherman, Jon Brodie, Lex Cogle & Chris Carroll
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Development and application of a Watershed Information System (WIS) for water quality analyses
Conceicao De Maria Albuquerque Alves & Daniel Pete Loucks
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Groundwater of the future in the Roussillon flood plain: present-day situation and solutions for the 21st century
Pierre Serrat
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Nitrate contamination in groundwater of the Yellow River Delta and its effect on the marine environment
Mitsuyo Saito, Shin-ichi Onodera, Kunihide Miyaoka, Jianyao Chen, Makoto Taniguchi, Guanqu
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The assessment of groundwater vulnerability in China
Tang Lihua, Zhang Sicong & Yao Wenfeng
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Hydrogeochemistry of groundwater in a part of the hard rock terrain of central India
L. P. Chourasia
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Runoff erosion control for a sustainable water supply in Niamey, Niger Republic
Issoufou Abdoulkader
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The effect of parent material and land use on soil erosion: a case study of the Taleghan drainage basin, Iran
Sadat Feiznia & Kazem Nosrati
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Sediment yield in the Daryacheh-Namak drainage basin, Iran, and its relation to land-use changes
Sadat Feiznia, Abdolhossein Mohammadi & Sepideh Zakikhani
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Implications of changes in river sediments during the 21st century for freshwater ecosystems in northeast India
U. C. Sharma & Vikas Sharma
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