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Special volume 55 (1): Environmental Hydraulics; Guest Editor: Paweł M. Rowiński

Rowiński, P.

Environmental Hydraulics - Preface to the special issue

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Nikora, V.

Hydrodynamics of aquatic ecosystems: spatial-averaging perspective

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Majewski, W.

Flow in open channels under the influence of ice cover

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Aberle, J.

Measurements of armour layer roughness geometry function and porosity

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Dittrich, A., Schulte-Rentrop, A.  , Marek, M.  , Späth, V.

Morphological development of the retention basin “Hartheim”: A case study

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Brovchenko, I., Kanarska, J.  , Maderich, V.  , Terletska, K.  

3D non-hydrostatic modelling of bottom stability under impact of the turbulent ship propeller jet

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Demchenko, N., Chubarenko, I.  

Coastal cooling/heating events: Laboratory experiments

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Néelz, S., Pender, G.  

Sub-grid scale parameterisation of 2D hydrodynamic models of inundation in the urban area

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Wörman, A., Marklund, L.  , Xu, S.  , Dverstorp, B.  

Impact of repository depth on residence times for leaking radionuclides in land-based surface water

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Wallis, S.

The numerical solution of the Advection-Dispersion Equation: A review of some basic principles

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Shucksmith, J., Boxall, J.  , Guymer, I.

Importance of advective zone in longitudinal mixing experiments

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Kalinowska, M.B., Rowiński, P.M.

Truncation errors of selected finite-difference methods for two-dimensional advection-diffusion equation with mixed derivatives

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Special volume 55 (1): Environmental Hydraulics; Guest Editor: Paweł M. Rowiński

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