Browsing River Basin Dynamics and Hydrology by Author "Jones, J. A. A."

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  • van der Walt, I. J.; Jones, J. A. A.; Woo, Ming-Ko (2006)
    At a time when climate change and the resultant water-related impacts are prominent in many people’s minds, research on various aspects of water sustainability is on the increase all over the world. The research focuses ...
  • Jones, J. A. A.; Cottrell, C. I. (American Geophysical Union, 2007-03-21)
    Natural soil pipes are now recognized as potentially significant elements in hillslope drainage systems, sometimes developing into open channel tributaries or contributing often substantial volumes of quick flow to streams. ...
  • Soja, R.; Walling, D. E.; Starkel, L.; Thorndydraft, V. R.; Jones, J. A. A.; Gregory, K. J.; Benito, G.; Dikau, R.; Golosov, V.; Johnstone, E. C.; Macklin, Mark G.; Parsons, A. J.; Passmore, D. G.; Poesen, J. (2006-01)
    Information from the period of continuous instrumental observations can provide a context for present processes, and for future scenarios arising from global change. However, much research on periods longer than 100 years ...
  • Benito, G.; Dikau, R.; Golosov, V.; Parsons, A. J.; Jones, J. A. A.; Passmore, D. G.; Walling, D. E.; Starkel, L.; Gregory, K. J.; Poesen, J.; Macklin, Mark G. (2006)
    Despite general agreement that global climate change is taking place there is less consensus about the consequences and impacts that may arise. The possibility of greater climatic variability, with changes in the incidence ...
  • Mountain, N. C.; Jones, J. A. A. (2006)
    This paper offers an alternative to the use of geomorphological and sedimentological evidence for the reconstruction of flood and low flow frequencies. It is based on a technique developed to estimate the hydrological ...
  • Connelly, L. J.; Jones, J. A. A. (2011-09-13)
    Field monitoring of natural pipeflow over the last two decades has demonstrated its potential importance both as a hillslope drainage process and as a source of streamflow, yet very few attempts have been made to model the ...
  • Jones, J. A. A. (2011-06-10)
    Over the 40 years, since soil piping was first considered to be a potential factor in the hydrological response of catchments, research has revealed a considerable amount about its hydrological role and its geographical, ...
  • Jones, J. A. A. (2011-06-22)
    As the water crisis intensifies and climate change predictions suggest worse to come, no single factor is responsible. This paper looks at a number Of Sources of insecurity in water Supplies. It Concludes that population ...

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