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The federal institute of hydrology deals within the framework of the EUMETSAT project "satellite application...  more
 
The planned project „Groundwater in the field of tension between sustainability and economy” deals with the groundwater resources...  more
 

Urban water management poses a huge challenge for countries, municipalities, authorities, cities and the population. That implies, one deal always with a network of a complex course of actions, which requires the co-operation between science and practice... more and Application form 

 

The planned project „Groundwater in the field of tension between sustainability and economy” deals with... mehr

 

Precipitation is one of the most important climate elements linking complex atmospheric processes with the hydrological cycle, snow cover and mass balances of glaciers and ice caps. Precipitation is also a key variable for water resource management and natural disaster prevention... more

The goal of the proposed research project is to explore the potential of ecologically sustainable farming in Chile, including the impact of the extension of such practices with respect to conventional farming on water resources and soils in Central Chile. In...  more
 

Downscaling of atmospheric model output is necessary to map variables from low-resolution spatial scales of observation or model prediction down to local scales, at which variables are needed for a wide range of applications, including data gap filling, hydrological...more

 

A number of countries in Latin America suffer from the consequences of insufficient controlled urbanization, inadequate measures in the management of river basin districts, which are expressed in water pollution. Old and new water pollution caused by nutrients, excessive nitrogen surplus, loads by priority substances and micro-pollutants, coupled with the rapid proliferation of urban areas, and the planning of drainage infrastructure that cannot keep abreast with this development lead to...more
 
A number of countries in Latin America suffer from the consequences of inadequately controlled urbanization, inadequate measures in the management of river basin districts, and the effects of climate change. Rising precipitation intensities coupled with a rapid spread of urban areas and a drainage infrastructure design that can not keep up with this development will lead to damage...more