hydrometeorology


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hydrometeorology

[¦hī·drō‚mēd·ē·ə′räl·ə·jē]
(meteorology)
That part of meteorology of direct concern to hydrologic problems, particularly to flood control, hydroelectric power, irrigation, and similar fields of engineering and water resources.
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NW Administration of Federal Service of Russia for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring,
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Italy Research Workshop on the Hydrometeorology, Impacts and Management floods Perugla (Italy), 1995.
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Veselin Stojanovski from the Hydrometeorology Office says the causes should be looked for in the human factor rather than the global warming.