3 edition of The Ebro River Basin found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Damià Barceló, Mira Petrovic|
|Series||Handbook of Environmental Chemistry -- 13|
|Contributions||Petrovic, Mira, SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|ISBN 10||9783642180316, 9783642180323|
The Ebro River drains a triangular basin with an area of Km² in the northern Iberian peninsula, between the Pyrenees and the Iberian Mountains, with the Cantabrian Mountains as its northern border. The river's course is km long. The river valley receives an average of 18, Hm³ of rain and snow. Citació Darbra, R.M. The Ebro river basin. A: "Experiences and lessons learned on the implementation of the water framework directive in selected European river basins". , p.
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In the Ebro basin (Spain) we are prudently proud of the path we are taking to meet the challenge and make water to be a key element in the transition to green economy. Reservoir-induced hydrological changes in the Ebro River basin (NE Spain) Ramon J. Batallaa,*, Carlos M. Go´mezb, G. Mathias Kondolfc aDepartament de Medi Ambient i Cie `ncies del Sol, Universitat de Lleida, E Lleida, Catalonia, Spain bDepartamento de Fundamentos de Economı ´a e Historia Economica, Universidad de Alcala de Henares, E Alcala´ de Henares, Spain.
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Mercuty in aquatic organisms of the Ebro River basin.- Drugs of abuse along the Ebro River basin: occurrence in surface and wastewater and derived consumption estimations.- Biological effects of chemical pollution in feral fish and shellfish populations from Ebro River.
From molecular to individual level responses.- Climate change, water. The Ebro has the greatest discharge of any Spanish river, and its drainage basin, at 33, square miles (85, square km), is the largest in Spain; the river drains about one-sixth of the country. Because it plunges through the coastal mountain ranges by a series of deep gorges and defiles, the Ebro is navigable upstream for only 15 miles ( The Ebro River Basin (The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry 13) - Kindle edition by Damià Barceló, Mira Petrovic.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 24 cm: Contents: The physical framework and historic human influences in the Ebro river --Hydrology and sediment transport --Hydrological impacts of climate change on the Ebro river basin --Dams and reservoirs in the lower Ebro river and its effects on the.
Portions of SR flood west of the Choctawhatchee River bridge. Water reaches the base of the SR bridge over the Choctawhatchee River. The road is subject to closure above this level.
Nearly all structures between Black Creek Road and the west bank of the Choctawhatchee River are flooded. The Ebro Basin was a foreland basin that formed to the south of the Pyrenees during the was also limited to the southeast by the Catalan Coastal began as a fully marine basin with connections to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, before becoming an endorheic basin during the Late the Miocene the basin was captured by a precursor to the Ebro Geologic regions: Orogens, Acadian, Alpine.
This volume deals with soil-sediment-groundwater related issues in the Ebro river basin and summarizes the results generated within the European Union-funded project AquaTerra. The following topics are highlighted: Hydrology and sediment transport and their alterations due to climate change, aquatic and riparian biodiversity in the Ebro.
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The Ebro is a typical Mediterranean river characterized by seasonal low flows and extreme flush effects, with important agricultural and industrial activity that has caused heavy contamination problems.
This volume deals with soil-sediment-groundwater related issues in the Ebro river basin and. Located in the North East of the Iberian Peninsula, the Ebro river basin cov square kilometres (% of the Spanish soil).
The average rainfall of mm/year is unevenlyFile Size: 98KB. The Ebro River Basin by Damià Barceló and Mira Petrovic. Berlin: Springer. The Ebro River Basin. por. The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry (Book 13) ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña.
Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Ebro River Basin (Spain) The Ebro River system flows on the North-East of the Iberian Peninsula through 9, km and the basin includes a surface of aro Km 2 and main rivers.
It passes through seven different Autonomous Communities in Spain, starting with Cantabria in the very north east and finishing in Valencia in the west, going though Castilla y León, Basque Country, Navarra.
Ebro River Basin: Only supply side approach. No integration with current scientific knowledge in social or natural sciences. Traditional administrative tariffs and fees and water quotas.
Decisions taken by the River Basin Authority (strongly biased towards traditional users) after consultations. Emphasis on supply side instruments and top-down Cited by: Abstract. This work presents hydrological simulations on the Ebro River basin (Spain), using both control (–) and future (–) climate scenarios, to investigate the effect of climate change on water by: 3.
Title: The Ebro River Basin: Authors: Barceló, Damià; Petrovic, Mira: Publication: The Ebro River Basin by Damià Barceló and Mira Petrovic. Berlin: Springer, Media in category "Tributaries of the Ebro" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 ry combines topics: tributary, Ebro.
To describe the precipitation in the Ebro River Basin, several authors have used different databases. Some authors have focused on data from specific meteorological stations and others have investigated irregularly distributed data networks, such as MOPREDAS .Several techniques aim to statistically describe the precipitation pattern, but the results from these techniques applied to rainfall Cited by: 5.
American Whitewater is the primary advocate for the preservation and protection of whitewater rivers throughout the United States and connects the interests of human-powered recreational river users with ecological and science-based data to achieve goals within our mission.The Ebro River Basin (85, km 2 in NE Spain) is characterised by a marked spatial heterogeneity of its geology, topography, climatology and land use.
Many reservoirs (, total water storage capacity of 6, hm 3) and canals were constructed during this century for agricultural irrigation, electricity production and domesticirrigation is allowed inby: Mercury in Aquatic Organisms of the Ebro River Basin algae and othe r plant material, aq uatic insects, sn ails, and detritu s, whereas it forms part of the diets of ce rtain ﬁsh, mammals.