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- Assessment of hydrological pathways in East African montane catchments under different land use
- Conflict, migration and land-cover changes in Indochina: a hydrological assessment
- Effects of land use on catchment runoff and soil loss in the sub-humid Ethiopian highlands
- Estimating environmental flow requirements downstream of the Chara Chara weir on the Blue Nile River.
- Impact of soil and water conservation measures on catchment hydrological response - a case in north Ethiopia.
- Impacts of land use and land cover change on surface runoff, discharge and low flows : Evidence from East Africa
- Land use alters dominant water sources and flow paths in tropicalmontane catchments in East Africa
- Predicting discharge and sediment for the Abay (Blue Nile) with a simple model
- Rainfall–interception–evaporation–runoff relationships in a semi-arid catchment, northern Limpopo basin, Zimbabwe
- Regionalization of a conceptual rainfall–runoff model based on similarity of the flow duration curve: A case study from the semi-arid Karkheh basin, Iran
- Remotely sensed ET for streamflow modelling in catchments with contrasting flow characteristics: an attempt to improve efficiency