Huewelerbach catchment Luxembourg

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Attert and Huewellebach catchments
Huewellebach catchment with channel network and devices
Typical catena of the basin
Anual responce of precipitation and runoff in the Huewelerbach

Contents

Location

Upper Attert basin / Mosel basin, Luxembourg

49* 43'6.1" N 5*54'20.5" E

Catchment size

2.7 km²

Climate

796 mm, 8.8 °C (2005 – 2008)

Geology

Sandstone, alternation of marls and limestones

Topography

289 m - 401 m a.s.l.

Vegetation/Land use

91.5 % forest, 7 % grassland, 1.5 % urbanised

Context of investigation

Process understanding


Measurements/Equipment

  • Meteorological station since 2003
  • Runoff since 2002
  • Groundwater level since 2003
  • Chemical analysis since2002
  • Sediment
  • Interception since 2003
  • Geophysics

Links to project webpages

other Links

References

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