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The effects of different forest disturbances caused or triggered by wildfire, insect infestation, windstorm, logging, pollution, urbanization, agricultural activities, and management interventions on the stream flow have been widely studied at multiple temporal and spatial scales [24,25,26,27,28].Appropriate environmental policy regarding basin management requires an integrated understanding of the hydrological responses to both climatic and changes in forest land cover, especially in montane areas, which are highly vulnerable to these changes [25,29].Please select whether you prefer to view the MDPI pages with a view tailored for mobile displays or to view the MDPI pages in the normal scrollable desktop version.This selection will be stored into your cookies and used automatically in next visits.By 1990, these changes were followed by a seasonal shift in runoff from autumn to mid-winter.The changes in hydrological regime in the mid-mountain basin indicate the sensitivity of its hydrological system and the complexity of its feedback with the changing environment.The study applies a set of methods to analyze various aspects of hydro-climatic variability including baseflow separation by recursive digital filter, CUSUM analysis, analysis of changes in discharge variability and seasonality with a Mann-Kendall test, analysis of changing frequency and seasonality of peak flows and low flows, Buishand's and Petitt’s homogeneity tests to detect past regime change, and Kriging.(Figure 1), is defined as the upper part of Vydra basin, ending at the Modrava gauging station (49°1′30.0216′′ N, 13°29′47.1624′′ E).
In past decades, climate change, including changes in precipitation, temperature, vapor pressure, and wind speed, has directly or indirectly altered hydrological regimes [1,2,3,4], and studies that identify the linkage between warmer air temperatures and the occurrence of extreme hydrological events or basins’ water yield have drawn decision-makers’ attention to natural resource management [5,6,7,8].
This paper aims to assess the hydro-climatic changes in the upper Vydra basin in the period 1961–2010, covering the observed changes in air temperature as well as the forest disturbance.
The objectives of the study were the following: (i) to analyze the effect of rising air temperatures and extensive forest disturbance on the hydrological response of the mid-mountain basin, and (ii) to assess the hydro-climatic indicators that are suitable for detection of such changes and their extent and timing.
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Dataset DIBAVOD (Digitální báze vodohospodářských dat - Digital Base of Water Management Data) was created by Výzkumný ústav vodohospodářský T.