Recent Submissions

  • The extreme floods in the Ebro River basin since 1600 CE 

    Balasch Solanes, J. Carles (Josep Carles); Pino González, David; Ruiz Bellet, Josep Lluís; Tuset Mestre, Jordi; Barriendos i Vallvé, Mariano; Castelltort Aiguabella, F. Xavier; Peña, Juan Carlos (Elsevier, 2018-07-24)
    Reliable and complete knowledge of the historical floods is necessary for understanding the extreme hydrological dynamics of the rivers, their natural variability and anthropic changes. In this work we reconstruct the most ...
  • Dinámica Geomorfológica del frente costero del valle de Teixedelo (NO Península Ibérica) entre 1945 y 2014 

    Horacio, Jesús; Muñoz-Narciso, Efrén; Sierra-Pernas, José manuel; Canosa, Francisco; Pérez-Alberti, Augusto (Departamento de Geografía, FAUG de la Universidad de la Concepción, Chile, 2017-05-17)
    Se ha estudiado la dinámica de un sector de los acantilados de A Capelada (Galicia, NO Península Ibérica), lugar de gran interés por su constitución geológica, geomorfológica y de paisaje. El rasgo más singular de la fachada ...
  • Aplicación de algoritmos Structure from Motion (SfM) para el análisis histórico de cambios en la geomorfología fluvial 

    Llena, M.; Vericat Querol, Damià; Martínez Casasnovas, José Antonio (Sociedad Española de Geomorfología y Asociación Española para el Estudio del Cuaternario, 2018-06-29)
    En el presente artículo se presenta el flujo de trabajo para la obtención de información espacial utilizada para el análisis de cambios geomorfológicos fluviales en el tramo alto del río Cinca (Pirineo Aragonés) durante ...
  • Multiple stressor effects on biological quality elements in the Ebro River: Present diagnosis and predicted responses 

    Herrero, Albert; Gutiérrez-Cánovas, Cayetano; Vigiak, Olga; Lutz, Stefanie; Kumar, Rohini; Gampe, David; Huber-García, Verena; Ludwig, Ralf; Batalla, Ramon J.; Sabater, Sergi (Elsevier, 2018)
    Multiple abiotic stressors affect the ecological status of water bodies. The status of waterbodies in the Ebro catchment (NE Spain) is evaluated using the biological quality elements (BQEs) of diatoms, invertebrates and ...
  • Asynchronicity of fine sediment supply and its effects on transport and storage in a regulated river 

    Marteau, Baptiste; Batalla, Ramon J.; Vericat Querol, Damià; Gibbins, Chris N. (Springer, 2018)
    Purpose A disconnected ephemeral tributary was reconnected to the regulated River Ehen (NW England) as part of a river restoration initiative, providing a renewed delivery of sediment to a highly stable and armoured ...
  • Evaluación de fórmulas de transporte de fondo en un río de gravas acorazado 

    López Alonso, Raúl; Vericat Querol, Damià; Batalla, Ramon J. (Instituto Mexicano de Tecnología del Agua (IMTA), 2015)
    El curso bajo del río Ebro (NE península Ibérica) presenta un cauce con lecho de gravas que discurre aguas abajo de un complejo de embalses. En dicho tramo, el lecho experimenta ciclos de rotura y restablecimiento de la ...
  • Water research in the Mediterranean: challenges and perspectives. The Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA) 

    Sabater, Sergi; Acuña, Vicenç; Batalla, Ramon J.; Balcázar, José Luis; Borrego, Carles; Insa, Sara; Marcé, Rafael; Mas Pla, Josep; Petrovic, Mira; Pijuan, Maite; Rodriguez Mozaz, Sara; Rodríguez Roda, Ignasi; Villagrasa, Marta; Barceló, Damià (Institut d'Estudis Catalans, 2014)
    The mission of the Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA) is to implement a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to water research, taking into account all components related to freshwaters and human-used waters. The ...
  • Effects of flow regulation on river bed dynamics and invertebrate communities in a Mediterranean river 

    Lobera Galán, Gemma; Muñoz, I.; López Tarazón, José Andrés; Vericat Querol, Damià; Batalla, Ramon J. (Springer International Publishing, 2016)
    Mediterranean rivers are hotspots for biodiversity, and riverine species are adapted to regular physical perturbations that affect channel morphology during flashy rainfall-runoff events. Dams alter flow regimes, ...
  • Dynamics of suspended sediment borne persistent organic pollutants in a large regulated Mediterranean river (Ebro, NE Spain) 

    Quesada, S.; Tena Tarruella, Anna; Guillén, D.; Ginebreda, A.; Vericat Querol, Damià; Martínez, E.; Navarro Ortega, A.; Batalla, Ramon J.; Barceló, D. (Elsevier, 2013)
    Mediterranean rivers are characterized by highly variable hydrological regimes that are strongly dependent on the seasonal rainfall. Sediment transport is closely related to the occurrence of flash-floods capable to deliver ...