Hydrology, Sediment, Sediment transport, Drainage basin and Surface runoff are his primary areas of study. His Hydrology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bed load and Mediterranean climate. His Sediment research includes themes of Ecology, Habitat and Clastic rock.
The various areas that he examines in his Sediment transport study include Sedimentary rock, Structural basin, Turbidity and Sediment yield. His Channel research extends to the thematically linked field of Drainage basin. His research in Surface runoff intersects with topics in River regime, Climate change and Tributary.
His primary areas of study are Hydrology, Sediment, Sediment transport, Drainage basin and Mediterranean climate. The Hydrology study which covers Bed load that intersects with Grain size. His Sediment research integrates issues from Channel, Flood myth, Erosion and Fluvial.
The Sediment transport study combines topics in areas such as Deposition, Discharge and Invertebrate. His research investigates the connection between Drainage basin and topics such as STREAMS that intersect with issues in Ecology. His work in the fields of Mediterranean climate, such as Mediterranean Basin, intersects with other areas such as Precipitation.
Ramon J. Batalla spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Sediment, Channel, Hydropower and Drainage basin. His research on Hydrology often connects related areas such as Siltation. Within one scientific family, Ramon J. Batalla focuses on topics pertaining to Tributary under Sediment, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Sediment transport.
In his work, Fluvial and Oceanography is strongly intertwined with Volcano, which is a subfield of Channel. His biological study deals with issues like Sedimentary rock, which deal with fields such as Vulcanian eruption and Physical geography. His Drainage basin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mediterranean climate, Stream bed and Mesoscale meteorology.
Ramon J. Batalla mainly focuses on Hydrology, Scale, Sediment, Erosion and Tributary. His Hydrology study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Hydropower. The study incorporates disciplines such as Drainage basin and Channel in addition to Sediment.
Ramon J. Batalla has researched Drainage basin in several fields, including Water quality, Flood myth and Water column. His Erosion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Soil retrogression and degradation, Stream bed, Surface runoff and Mediterranean Basin. His work in Tributary addresses subjects such as Catchment scale, which are connected to disciplines such as Sediment transport.
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Fine-grained sediment in river systems : Environmental significance and management issues
P. N. Owens;R. J. Batalla;A. J. Collins;B. Gomez.
River Research and Applications (2005)
Reservoir-induced hydrological changes in the Ebro River basin (NE Spain)
Ramon J. Batalla;Carlos M. Gómez;G.Mathias Kondolf.
Journal of Hydrology (2004)
Sediment transport in a large impounded river: The lower Ebro, NE Iberian Peninsula
Damia Vericat;Ramon J. Batalla.
Temporal distribution of suspended sediment transport in a Mediterranean basin: The Lower Tordera (NE SPAIN)
Albert Rovira;Ramon J. Batalla.
When is stream invertebrate drift catastrophic? The role of hydraulics and sediment transport in initiating drift during flood events
Christopher Neil Gibbins;Damia Vericat;Ramon J. Batalla.
Freshwater Biology (2007)
Breakup and reestablishment of the armour layer in a large gravel-bed river below dams: The lower Ebro
Damia Vericat;Ramon J. Batalla;Celso Garcia.
Suspended sediment transport in a highly erodible catchment: the River Isábena (Southern Pyrenees).
J.A. López-Tarazón;R.J. Batalla;D. Vericat;T. Francke.
Hydrological and sediment transport dynamics of flushing flows: implications for management in large Mediterranean Rivers.
Ramon J. Batalla;Damià Vericat.
River Research and Applications (2009)
Combined scenarios of chemical and ecological quality under water scarcity in Mediterranean rivers
M. Petrovic;A. Ginebreda;V. Acuña;R.J. Batalla.
Trends in Analytical Chemistry (2011)
Response of a river sediment budget after historical gravel mining (the lower Tordera, NE Spain)
A. Rovira;R. J. Batalla;M. Sala.
River Research and Applications (2005)
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