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Tadeusz Ciupa 

Hydrological effects of urbanization as exemplified by the Silnica and Sufraganiec river catchments (Kielce, Poland)

Ciupa T., 2009, Hydrological effects of urbanization as exemplified by the Silnica and Sufraganiec river catchments (Kielce, Poland), Folia Geographica ser. Geographica-Physica, vol. XL (40): 5-25.

Słowa kluczowe (w języku angielskim): urban catchment (Silnica), wooded-agricultural catchment (Sufraganiec), specific runoff, Kielce

Zarys treści w języku angielskim: The main purpose of this paper is to illustrate the impact of land use, including urbanization, on the spatial and temporal variability of specific runoff in small, upland river catchments in the Świętokrzyskie Mountains (Holy Cross Mts.) in east-central Poland. The examined catchments are located within the city limits of Kielce and its outskirts. Both catchments are quite similar in terms of their geological structure and relief, however they do differ in terms of land use. Both catchments were examined from 1998 to 2003.
When comparing the urban catchment of Silnica to the wooded-agricultural catchment of Sufraganiec, the key consequences of urbanization processes are: 1) the important role of impermeable or semi-permeable areas which significantly limit - and in some cases block - infiltration, throughflow, and groundwater runoff, 2) the decrease in surface roughness and retention which contributes to surface runoff acceleration, 3) rapid surface water runoff feeding riverbeds causes a several-fold increase in the height and capacity of flood waves which formed there, and at the same time, causes a reduction in wave formation and dissipation times, 4) regulated riverbeds with considerably reduced bottom roughness and greatly increased geometric parameters help magnify flood waves and bed retention capabilities as well as lead to changes in the hydraulic parameters of river flow, often at the cost of natural flood plains, and 5) dense hydro-technical infrastructure (bridges, culverts, weirs, river sills) is frequently not adapted to continuously rising flows and causes water to suddenly rise and flood the adjacent area.

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Matthias Kändler, Christina Seidler 

Hydrochemical load in a small river following heavy rain events

Kändler M., Seidler C., 2009, Hydrochemical load in a small river following heavy rain events, Folia Geographica ser. Geographica-Physica, vol. XL (40): 27-32.

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Ladislav Holko, Helena Hlavatá, Zdeněk Kostka, Ján Novák 

Hydrological regimes of small catchments in the High Tatra mountains before and after extraordinary wind-induced deforestation

Holko L., Hlavatá H., Kostka Z., Novák J., 2009, Hydrological regimes of small catchments in the High Tatra mountains before and after extraordinary wind-induced deforestation, Folia Geographica ser. Geographica-Physica, vol. XL (40): 33-44.

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Anna Maria De Girolamo, Antonio Lo Porto, Gerardina Santese 

Development of an alternative scenario in a small mediterranean basin using the rainfall-runoff swat model

De Girolamo A.M., Lo Porto A., Santese G., 2009, Development of an alternative scenario in a small mediterranean basin using the rainfall-runoff swat model, Folia Geographica ser. Geographica-Physica, vol. XL (40): 45-56.

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Pavla Pekarova, Milan Onderka, Pavol Miklanek, Dana Halmova, Jan Pekar 

Mass balance of dissolved chemicals in microbasins with different land cover

Pekarova P., Onderka M., Miklanek P., Halmova D., Pekar J., 2009, Mass balance of dissolved chemicals in microbasins with different land cover, Folia Geographica ser. Geographica-Physica, vol. XL (40): 57-70.

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Dominika Krzemińska (Prądzyńska), Thom Bogaard, Martijn Westhoff 

Spatial and temporal variability of soil moisture patterns related to preferential flow measured using distributed temperature sensing

(Prądzyńska) D.K., Bogaard T., Westhoff M., 2009, Spatial and temporal variability of soil moisture patterns related to preferential flow measured using distributed temperature sensing, Folia Geographica ser. Geographica-Physica, vol. XL (40): 71-78.

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Tomasz Zaleski 

Pedogenetic conditions affecting hydrophysical properties of luvisols derived from loess

Zaleski T., 2009, Pedogenetic conditions affecting hydrophysical properties of luvisols derived from loess, Folia Geographica ser. Geographica-Physica, vol. XL (40): 79-89.

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Marcin Żyła 

Water and air properties of eroded loess soils of the Proszowice Plateau

Żyła M., 2009, Water and air properties of eroded loess soils of the Proszowice Plateau, Folia Geographica ser. Geographica-Physica, vol. XL (40): 91-103.

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Roman Cieśliński  

Differences in chloride concentration in the outlets of rivers and canals in the southern Baltic coastal region during normal and extreme weather conditions

Cieśliński R., 2009, Differences in chloride concentration in the outlets of rivers and canals in the southern Baltic coastal region during normal and extreme weather conditions, Folia Geographica ser. Geographica-Physica, vol. XL (40): 105-116.

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