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作者:Stijn Brouwer , Miranda Pieron , Rosa Sjerps ...
来源:[J].Water Policy(IF 1.603), 2019, Vol.21 (6), pp.1224-1238IWA
摘要:Given the growing interest among drinking water companies in the customer ‘beyond the meter’, generic accounts of the ‘average user’ no longer suffice. Yet, segmentation on the basis of specific characteristics or behaviour seems to offer a limited explanatory value. He...
作者:Muhammad Noor , Tarmizi Ismail , Shamsuddin Shahid ...
来源:[J].Hydrology Research, 2019, Vol.50 (6), pp.1772-1788IWA
摘要:Possible changes in rainfall extremes in Peninsular Malaysia were assessed in this study using an ensemble of four GCMs of CMIP5. The performance of four bias correction methods was compared, and the most suitable method was used for downscaling of GCM simulated daily rainfa...
作者:Anthony Hammond
来源:[J].Hydrology Research, 2019, Vol.50 (6), pp.1495-1507IWA
摘要:To assess model ‘fit’ for flood frequency studies, the annual maximum flow sample is often plotted alongside the frequency curve in an extreme value plot. The comparison is ill advised because a value is speculatively assigned for each rank, in the form of a frequency (the p...
作者:Isabelle Schmidt , Bettina Rickert , Oliver Schmoll ...
来源:[J].Journal of Water and Health(IF 1.22), 2019, Vol.17 (6), pp.870-883IWA
摘要:The World Health Organization (WHO) promotes water safety plans (WSPs) – a risk-based management approach – for premise plumbing systems in buildings to prevent deterioration of drinking-water quality. Experience with the implementation of WSPs in buildings were gathered wit...
作者:Jami Nelson-Nuñez , Jeffrey P. Walters , Denisse Charpentier
来源:[J].Water Policy(IF 1.603), 2019, Vol.21 (6), pp.1251-1265IWA
摘要:Many countries around the world now face the dual challenges of closing the remaining gaps in access to drinking water in rural areas while further addressing the issues of equity, quality, and sustainability outlined in the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our research ...
作者:Katie Muchan , Harry Dixon
来源:[J].Hydrology Research, 2019, Vol.50 (6), pp.1564-1576IWA
摘要:The measurement of rainfall has a long history, but despite its apparent simplicity it is difficult to quantify accurately. The common installation of raingauges with rims above the ground surface results in a difference between the rainfall caught and the amount reaching ground ...
作者:Robert L. Wilby
来源:[J].Hydrology Research, 2019, Vol.50 (6), pp.1464-1480IWA
摘要:Global assessments show profound impacts of human activities on freshwater systems that, without action, are expected to reach crisis point in the 2030s. By then, the capacity of natural systems to meet rising demands for water, food, and energy could be hampered by emerging sign...
作者:Cláudia Orsini M. de Sousa , Nuno M. M. Dias Fouto
来源:[J].Water Policy(IF 1.603), 2019, Vol.21 (6), pp.1266-1278IWA
摘要:There are numerous studies regarding water pricing, demand and elasticity for certain regions. However, in Brazil, there are no studies on these matters, even though there is a need to explore the behavior of Brazil's population, especially because the nation is susceptible ...
作者:Kenechukwu Okoli , Maurizio Mazzoleni , Korbinian Breinl ...
来源:[J].Hydrology Research, 2019, Vol.50 (6), pp.1665-1678IWA
摘要:We compare statistical and hydrological methods to estimate design floods by proposing a framework that is based on assuming a synthetic scenario considered as ‘truth’ and use it as a benchmark for analysing results. To illustrate the framework, we used probability model sel...
作者:Adegboyega O. Oladipo , Oluwatosin G. Oladipo , Cornelius C. Bezuidenhout
来源:[J].Journal of Water and Health(IF 1.22), 2019, Vol.17 (6), pp.930-943IWA
摘要:Multi-drug resistance traits of Staphylococcus species especially methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in the clinical settings are well established. Of environmental concern is hospital effluents discharging into wastewaters. This article investigated the prevalenc...

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