Impact of climate change on the water balance at different unit levels
13th October is the day dedicated as International Day for Disaster Risk Reductions.
Developments and evolution of geological sciences have helped us to predict volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, earthquake zones, landslides, glacial lake outburst floods, and many other natural disasters. However, while man has made tremendous progress in the scientific knowledge and technology arena, we are still a long way to develop a predictive level of understanding of many natural earth phenomenon.
#GeovaleHydro team is working towards developing a comprehensive understanding of the impact of climate change on the water balance at different unit levels, from a micro-watershed to a major River Basin to urban hydrological boundaries. Geovale aims to develop water balance models, which could help in mitigating the adverse impacts of climate uncertainties (drought, flood, reduced dynamic recharge, etc.).
On this day Geovale dedicates its services towards natural disaster risk reduction through the application of planetary science