Hydrology, Floodplain, Bed load, Flood myth and Fluvial are his primary areas of study. His work on Sediment expands to the thematically related Hydrology. His Floodplain research includes elements of Alluvium and River morphology.
The various areas that he examines in his Bed load study include Geotechnical engineering and Mechanics. His Flood myth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of River engineering and Aggradation. His work carried out in the field of Tributary brings together such families of science as Water Framework Directive and Bank erosion.
Helmut Habersack spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Sediment, Bed load, Sediment transport and Flood myth. His work deals with themes such as River morphology and Hydropower, which intersect with Hydrology. Helmut Habersack has included themes like Structural basin and Fluvial in his Sediment study.
His Bed load research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Geotechnical engineering, Mechanics and Geophone. His Flood myth research includes themes of River engineering, Aggradation and Mean flow. His studies deal with areas such as Tributary and Environmental resource management as well as Floodplain.
His primary scientific interests are in Hydrology, Mechanics, Sediment, Hydropower and Sediment transport. His Hydrology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as In situ and Mean flow. His work on Turbulence, Lagrangian coherent structures, Drag and Supercritical flow is typically connected to Scale as part of general Mechanics study, connecting several disciplines of science.
The concepts of his Sediment study are interwoven with issues in Oceanography and Ecosystem. His research in Hydropower intersects with topics in Sustainability and Water resource management. His Sediment transport study incorporates themes from Shear stress, Particle image velocimetry, Reynolds stress, Flume and Waves and shallow water.
His primary areas of study are Hydrology, Hydropower, Flushing, Flood myth and Sediment. In general Hydrology, his work in Infiltration is often linked to Clogging linking many areas of study. His research integrates issues of Sustainability and Environmental planning in his study of Hydropower.
Flushing is intertwined with Drawdown and Streamflow in his research. His Flood myth research incorporates elements of Floodplain, Environmental resource management, Mean flow and Land use. The Mean flow study which covers Head that intersects with Sediment transport.
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Reconstruction of the characteristics of a natural alluvial river–floodplain system and hydromorphological changes following human modifications: the Danube River (1812–1991)
S. Hohensinner;H. Habersack;M. Jungwirth;G. Zauner.
River Research and Applications (2004)
A multi-scale hierarchical framework for developing understanding of river behaviour to support river management
A. M. Gurnell;M. Rinaldi;B. Belletti;S. Bizzi.
Aquatic Sciences (2016)
On bed particle diffusion in gravel bed flows under weak bed load transport
Vladimir Nikora;Helmut M. Habersack;Thomas Huber;Ian McEwan.
Water Resources Research (2002)
27 River restoration in the Alps and their surroundings: past experience and future challenges
Helmut Habersack;Hervé Piégay.
Developments in earth surface processes (2007)
Radio-tracking gravel particles in a large braided river in New Zealand: a field test of the stochastic theory of bed load transport proposed by Einstein
H. M. Habersack.
Hydrological Processes (2001)
Bedload transport measurements with impact plate geophones: comparison of sensor calibration in different gravel‐bed streams
Dieter Rickenmann;Jens M. Turowski;Bruno Fritschi;Carlos Wyss.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2014)
Evaluation and Improvement of Bed Load Discharge Formulas based on Helley–Smith Sampling in an Alpine Gravel Bed River
Helmut M. Habersack;Jonathan B. Laronne.
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (2002)
Challenges of river basin management: Current status of, and prospects for, the River Danube from a river engineering perspective.
Helmut Habersack;Thomas Hein;Adrian Stanica;Igor Liska.
Science of The Total Environment (2016)
The river-scaling concept (RSC): a basis for ecological assessments
Helmut M. Habersack.
Gravel bed rivers VI : from process understanding to river restoration
Helmut Habersack;Hervé Piégay;Massimo Rinaldi.
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