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Water quality in Siberian lowland catchments – Measurement campaigns and assessment

Kiesel, Jens and Conrad, Yvonne and Marciniak, Hasmik and Sheludkov, Artyom and Abramenko, Katya and Conrad, Matthias and Tretyakov, Nikolai and Veshkurseva, Tatyana and Khoroshavin, Vitaliy and Tolstikov, Andrey and Schmalz, Britta and Fohrer, Nicola
Sychev, Viktor G. and Mueller, Lothar (eds.)
Russian Academy of Sciences, FSBSI «All-Russian Research Institute of Agrochemistry (Corporate Creators) (2018):
Water quality in Siberian lowland catchments – Measurement campaigns and assessment.
In: Novel methods and results of landscape research in Europe, Central Asia and Siberia, Moscow, Publishing House FSBSI «Pryanishnikov Institute of Agrochemistry», pp. 438-442, DOI: 10.25680/3313.2018.18.60.191,
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Abstract

The southern part of the Western Siberian Lowland is both intensively agriculturally used and vulnerable to climate change. Therefore, it is important to understand the hydrological processes and to entangle the effects of climate and land use on water balance and water quality. Detailed land use mapping and multiple measurement campaigns prior, during and after the snowmelt have been carried out to observe water quantity and quality on the plot scale and in two mesoscale catchments. The snowmelt peak is the most important hydrological event of the year, mostly causing a dilution of major ions and inorganic nutrients in river water. The results lead to an improved understanding of the snowmelt processes on different scales and show a spatial distribution of soil water and stream water quality, both important aspects for modelling the current conditions and future impacts of climate- and land use changes.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2018
Editors: Sychev, Viktor G. and Mueller, Lothar
Creators: Kiesel, Jens and Conrad, Yvonne and Marciniak, Hasmik and Sheludkov, Artyom and Abramenko, Katya and Conrad, Matthias and Tretyakov, Nikolai and Veshkurseva, Tatyana and Khoroshavin, Vitaliy and Tolstikov, Andrey and Schmalz, Britta and Fohrer, Nicola
Title: Water quality in Siberian lowland catchments – Measurement campaigns and assessment
Language: English
Abstract:

The southern part of the Western Siberian Lowland is both intensively agriculturally used and vulnerable to climate change. Therefore, it is important to understand the hydrological processes and to entangle the effects of climate and land use on water balance and water quality. Detailed land use mapping and multiple measurement campaigns prior, during and after the snowmelt have been carried out to observe water quantity and quality on the plot scale and in two mesoscale catchments. The snowmelt peak is the most important hydrological event of the year, mostly causing a dilution of major ions and inorganic nutrients in river water. The results lead to an improved understanding of the snowmelt processes on different scales and show a spatial distribution of soil water and stream water quality, both important aspects for modelling the current conditions and future impacts of climate- and land use changes.

Title of Book: Novel methods and results of landscape research in Europe, Central Asia and Siberia
Series Name: Vol. II Understanding and Monitoring Processes in Soils and Water Bodies
Volume: II
Number: II/94
Place of Publication: Moscow
Publisher: Publishing House FSBSI «Pryanishnikov Institute of Agrochemistry»
ISBN: 978-5-9238-0248-1
Uncontrolled Keywords: physicochemical water quality, snowmelt, Western Siberian Lowlands, land use
Divisions: 13 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Sciences
13 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Sciences > Institute of Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering
13 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Sciences > Institute of Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering > Engineering Hydrology and Water Management
Date Deposited: 14 Nov 2018 14:45
DOI: 10.25680/3313.2018.18.60.191
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