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MASTERS THESIS TOPICS AND MATERIALS IN WATER RESOURCES

 

MASTERS THESIS TOPICS AND MATERIALS IN WATER RESOURCES

 

 

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MASTERS THESIS TOPICS AND MATERIALS IN WATER RESOURCES

 

 

  • Hydrological processes in Alpine environments
  • Fluvial systems and riverine processes
  • Ecohydrology
  • Hydrological extremes and natural hazards
  • Climate change impacts
  • Water resources management
  • Sustainable water use

The methods used for the research include:

  • Numerical watershed modelling
  • Lab and Field measurement and monitoring
  • Stochastic processes
  • Statistical data analysis and interpretation

-The Impact of Salt Application to Streams

 

 

MORE TOPICS

 

  1. Machine Learning Applications in Water Resources

 

  1. Probabilistic Approach to Determining Dam Breach Parameters

 

  1. Effectiveness of a Proprietary Stormwater BMP

 

  1. Impact of Maintenance on BMP Performance

 

  1. Compare 2D Modeling Software Packages

 

  1. Use Remote Sensing Techniques

 

  1. Atmospheric Rivers

 

  1. Stochastic Hydrology

 

  1. Developing a stochastic rainfall-runoff method;

 

  1. Modeling streamflow using stochastic hydrology; and,

 

  1. Using intermittent processes to model daily precipitation.

 

  1. Impact of Land Use Changes on Catchment Hydrology

 

  1. Snowpack Sensitivity to Climate Change

 

  1. Economic Benefits of Stream Restoration

 

  1. Analyze Bacterial Coliform at a Specific Site

 

  1. Costs and Benefits of Different Nutrient Management Strategies

 

  1. Estimate Evapotranspiration for Your Region

 

  1. Channel Evolution of a Stream

 

  1. Rainwater Harvesting

 

  1. Impact of a Dam on Sediment Transport