M.L. Kavvas
M.L. Kavvas
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis
E-mail megerősítve itt: ucdavis.edu - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
A review of hillslope and watershed scale erosion and sediment transport models
H Aksoy, ML Kavvas
Catena 64 (2-3), 247-271, 2005
Coupling HEC-HMS with atmospheric models for prediction of watershed runoff
ML Anderson, ZQ Chen, ML Kavvas, A Feldman
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 7 (4), 312-318, 2002
Spatial averaging of unsaturated flow equations under infiltration conditions over areally heterogeneous fields: 1. Development of models
ZQ Chen, RS Govindaraju, ML Kavvas
Water Resources Research 30 (2), 523-533, 1994
A stochastic cluster model of daily rainfall sequences
ML Kavvas, JW Delleur
Water Resources Research 17 (4), 1151-1160, 1981
Applicability of St. Venant equations for two-dimensional overland flows over rough infiltrating surfaces
G Tayfur, ML Kavvas, RS Govindaraju, DE Storm
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 119 (1), 51-63, 1993
On the diffusion wave model for overland flow: 1. Solution for steep slopes
RS Govindaraju, SE Jones, ML Kavvas
Water Resources Research 24 (5), 734-744, 1988
Watershed environmental hydrology (WEHY) model based on upscaled conservation equations: hydrologic module
ML Kavvas, ZQ Chen, C Dogrul, JY Yoon, N Ohara, L Liang, H Aksoy, ...
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 9 (6), 450-464, 2004
Nonlinear hydrologic processes: Conservation equations for determining their means and probability distributions
ML Kavvas
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 8 (2), 44-53, 2003
Daily precipitation modeling by discrete autoregressive moving average processes
TJ Chang, ML Kavvas, JW Delleur
Water Resources Research 20 (5), 565-580, 1984
Stochastic models for monthly rainfall forecasting and synthetic generation
JW Delleur, ML Kavvas
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 17 (10), 1528-1536, 1978
Physically based estimation of maximum precipitation over American River watershed, California
S Jang, E Tan, M ASCE
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 351, 2011
An evaluation of the practicality and complexity of some rainfall and runoff time series models
JW Delleur, PC Tao, ML Kavvas
Water Resources Research 12 (5), 953-970, 1976
A regional-scale land surface parameterization based on areally-averaged hydrological conservation equations
ML Kavvas, ZQ Chen, L Tan, ST Soong, A Terakawa, J Yoshitani, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 43 (4), 611-631, 1998
Precipitation analysis, modeling, and prediction in hydrology
KP Georgakakos, ML Kavvas
Reviews of Geophysics 25 (2), 163-178, 1987
Approximate analytical solutions for overland flows
RS Govindaraju, ML Kavvas, SE Jones
Water resources research 26 (12), 2903-2912, 1990
On the stochastic theory of solute transport by unsteady and steady groundwater flow in heterogeneous aquifers
ML Kawas, A Karakas
Journal of hydrology 179 (1-4), 321-351, 1996
Physical basis for a time series model of soil water content
MB Parlange, GG Katul, RH Cuenca, ML Kavvas, DR Nielsen, M Mata
Water resources research 28 (9), 2437-2446, 1992
Dynamics of moving boundary overland flows over infiltrating surfaces at hillslopes
RS Govindaraju, ML Kavvas
Water Resources Research 27 (8), 1885-1898, 1991
Generalized Fick's law and fractional ADE for pollution transport in a river: detailed derivation
S Kim, ML Kavvas
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 11 (1), 80-83, 2006
Future climate change impact assessment of watershed scale hydrologic processes in Peninsular Malaysia by a regional climate model coupled with a physically-based hydrology modelo
MZM Amin, AJ Shaaban, A Ercan, K Ishida, ML Kavvas, ZQ Chen, S Jang
Science of the Total Environment 575, 12-22, 2017
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