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Meteorological and hydrological data required in planning the development of water resources (planning and design level)

by Vladimir Georgievich AndreiНЎanov

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Published by Secretariat of the World Meteorological Organization in Geneva .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water resources development -- Planning.,
  • Meteorology.,
  • Hydrology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby V. G. Andrejanov.
    SeriesOperational hydrology report ;, no. 5, WMO ; no. 419
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC851 .W6445 no. 419, TC409 .W6445 no. 419
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42 p. ;
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4331980M
    ISBN 109263104190
    LC Control Number78372775

    provision of meteorological, hydrological and related services; and • Guide the priorities of the National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs) for infrastructure investment, servic e provision and service delivery. Weather, climate, water and related phenomena impact on every member of society and every sector of the economy. The Mekong River Commission. The Mekong River Commission (MRC) was established by the Agreement on Co-operation for the Sustainable Development of the Mekong River Basin, between the governments of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam. To promote and coordinate sustainable management and development of water and related resources.

    Functions of the Department of Hydromet Services (DHMS) Is the national center for weather, climate and water resources in Bhutan To establish and operate national hydro-meteorological network for data collection including setting up of flood/GLOF EWS. Reliable data are at the core of reliable hydrological studies and, therefore, vital to the management of land and water. The extra effort required to screen hydrological data before use is negligible and, we believe, well worth the time, as it will enhance the engineer’s insight and understanding. E.R. Dahmen, Delft M.J. Hall, London May -.

    The development of hydrological database supports major aspects of India's Water Policy particularly in allocation, planning and management of water resources. The information provided by the system is being tuned to the requirements of . Support development and implementation of the hydro-meteorological and related projects for the improvement of the MRC hydro-meteorological database including the telemetry system, and to provide relevant technical trainings, as and when required; Prepare the processing and publication of the hydrological year book;.


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Meteorological and hydrological data required in planning the development of water resources (planning and design level) by Vladimir Georgievich AndreiНЎanov Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Hydrological and related meteorological data are needed for proper planning, development, management and optimal utilization of water resources of the country.

High quality hydrologic data have historic value, in addition to providing a basis for research and design. Hydrological data are required for design purposes of dams, bridges etc. You will deal with surface and groundwater, addressing both water quantity and quality, learning to understand human influences on the hydrological system, and apply tools, such as modelling, for the proper integration of hydrological knowledge and.

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WEAP21 considers demand priorities Author: Paul Omonge, Mathew Herrnegger, Gladys Gathuru, Josef Fürst, Luke Olang. The first Hydrological Year Book was produced by the Branch in / The book contained data on measuring devices in the country such as total runoff in acre feet, unit runoff in acre feet per mile, plus maximum and minimum monthly flow in ft s~.

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Uses of water resources information are many and varied. Almost every sector of a nation's economy uses water information for planning, development or operational purposes. Water is of inestimable value to all countries, and as competition for water increases, water information grows in value.

Because the cost of government programes must be. In conclusion, the scarcity of hydrological data is an important constraint on the accurate assessment of water resources and of the reliability of the scheme design.

Unfortunately, in our experience, the importance attached to data collection in many developing countries is such as to ensure that analysis with scarce data will be an enduring. Reliable data are at the core of reliable hydrological studies and, therefore, vital to the management of land and water.

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a systematized fund of data on water resources, water regimes, quality and use.Action 12—Encourage the free and unrestricted exchange of meteorological, hydrological and related data to support research and improve operational services.

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