Fragmentation and Flow Regulation of the World's Large River Systems. Attachment-Tables. Nilsson, Christer et al. Science 15 April 2005: Vol. 308. no. 5720, pp. 405 - 408 DOI: 10.1126/science.1107887
Fragmentation and Flow Regulation of the World's Large River Systems.Nilsson, Christer et al. Science 15 April 2005: Vol. 308. no. 5720, pp. 405 - 408 DOI: 10.1126/science.1107887
Several web-services sustained by Federal Center for Register of Water Infrastructure (Moscow) allows to derive data on water levels registered by hydrological monitoring stations from 2002 until now.
The fundamental goal of the Water Systems Analysis Group (WSAG) is to act as a formal, active research and advanced training unit within the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space at the University of New Hampshire.The group is dedicated to analysis of the critical global change issue of water systems and their alteration by anthropogenic activities. Topics: Arctic hydrology Humans and the global water cycle Monitoring the status of inland and coastal waters Land-river-coastal systems International training program for water studies. Very rich collection of global datasets.
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