Recent Submissions

  • Extreme El Niño Events 

    Dewitte, B.; Takahashi, Ken

    (Elsevier, 2019)
    Acceso cerrado
    Every few years the tropical Pacific warms abnormally in association with a relaxation of the trade winds, a phenomenon known as the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) that represents the strongest fluctuation of the ...
  • International perspective on the basin-scale water-energy nexus 

    Metzger Terrazas, Luis; Lane, Belize; Gebriye Setegn, Shimelis; Kromann, Jenna; Kilanski, Mathew; MacPhee, David

    (Springer Nature, 2016)
    Acceso cerrado
    This chapter addresses the current state of water and energy resources management in different regions of the world using basin-scale case studies from North America, Latin America, and Africa. It focuses on the characterization ...
  • Towards more resilient food systems for smallholder farmers in the peruvian altiplano: the potential of community-based climate services 

    Rossa, Andrea; Flubacher, Moritz; Cristobal, Lizet; Ramos, Hugo; Lechthaler, Filippo

    (Springer Nature, 2020-01-18)
    "Experiences from the disastrous 2016 El Niño revealed that its forecast, although available, was not known, accessed or understood by a large part of agricultural communities living in remote rural areas. This is all the ...
  • Introduction to hydrology 

    Salas, J.D.; Govindaraju, R.S.; Anderson, M.; Arabi, M.; Francés, F.; Suarez, Wilson; Lavado-Casimiro, W.; Green, T.R.

    (Humana Press Inc., 2014-01)
    Acceso cerrado
    Hydrology deals with the occurrence, movement, and storage of water in the earth system. Hydrologic science comprises understanding the underlying physical and stochastic processes involved and estimating the quantity and ...