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New publication!

Published: 23/06/2020

Members of Team Iber, in collaboration with other universities and research groups, have been investigating the potential relationships between the Antecedent Mositure Conditions (AMC) and the infiltration losses method based on Curve Number (CN) providing valuable opportunities and potential benefits for flood risk management and water resources preservation.

Have a look to this publication:

  • Sanz-Ramos, M., Martí-Cardona, B., Bladé, E., Seco, I., Amengual, A., Roux, H., Romero, R., 2020. NRCS-CN Estimation from Onsite and Remote Sensing Data for Management of a Reservoir in the Eastern Pyrenees. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 25 (9). DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001979  Export to Mendeley

Other related publications are:

  • Sanz-Ramos, M., Amengual, A., Bladé, E., Romero, R., and Roux, H., 2018. Flood forecasting using a coupled Hydrological and Hydraulic Model (based on FVM) and high resolution Meteorological Model. River Flow 2018 - Ninth International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics. E3S Web of Conferences 40 (September): 06028. DOI: 10.1051/e3sconf/20184006028  Export to Mendeley
  • Bladé, E., Sanz-Ramos, M., Amengual, A., Romero, R., Roux, H., Savatier, J., Cherriere, M., 2018. Gestión integrada del riesgo de inundación y de los recursos hídricos empleando modelización integrada meteorológica, hidrológica e hidráulica. In proceedings of XI Jornadas Españolas de Presas, June 26-29, León, Spain. Link
  • Sanz-Ramos, M., Blade, E., Amengual, A., Romero, R., Roux, H., 2017. Implementation and calibration of a distributed hydrological model based on the finite volume method, in: 10th HyMeX Workshop. Barcelona, Spain, pp. 142–143. Link