Ekaterina Rets

Ekaterina Rets

Keywords : Climate change Hydrology Geographic information system Water resources management Water balance Rivers Hydrologic and Water Resource Modeling and Simulation Hydrological Modeling Environmental Engineering Watershed Hydrology

Country : Russia

Organization : Russian Academy of Sciences

Department : Water Problems Institute

Email : retska@mail.ru

ResearchGate profile : https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ekaterina_Rets


Evaluation of Glacier Melt Contribution to Runoff in the North Caucasus Alpine Catchments Using Isotopic Methods and Energy Balance Modeling 2017 Geography, Environment, Sustainability (GES Journal)

Using Isotope Methods to Study Alpine Headwater Regions in the Northern Caucasus and Tien Shan 2017 Frontiers of Earth Science

Hazardous Hydrological Processes in Mountainous Areas Under the Impact of Recent Climate Change: Case Study of Terek River Basin 2010 Global change: Facing Risks and Threats to Water Resources (Proc. of the Sixth World FRIEND Conference, Fez, Morocco, October 2010)

Djankuat Glacier Station in the North Caucasus, Russia: a Database of Complex Glaciological, Hydrological, Meteorological Observations and Stable Isotopes Sampling Results During 2007-2017 2018 Earth System Science Data

Recent Trends of River Runoff in the North Caucasus 2018 Geography, Environment, Sustainability

Modelling Glaciers Melting in Central Caucasus (the Djankuat and Bashkara Glacier Case Study) 2020 E3S Web of Conferences

Past Peak Water in the North Caucasus: Deglaciation Drives a Reduction in Glacial Runoff Impacting Summer River Runoff and Peak Discharges 2020 Climatic Change

Modeling of Extreme Hydrological Events in the Baksan River Basin, the Central Caucasus, Russia 2021 Hydrology

Present-Day Dynamics of Flood Hazard Characteristics in Rivers in the North Caucasus, Russia 2022 Water Resources

Simulating Runoff Regime in a Glaciated High-Mountainous Basin: a Case Study of the Baksan River (Caucasus, Russia) 2023 Water Resources

How and When Glacial Runoff Is Important: Tracing Dynamics of Meltwater and Rainfall Contribution to River Runoff from Headwaters to Lowland in the Caucasus Mountains 2024 Science of The Total Environment