This page comprises an incomplete but sporadically updated overview of the work that is done within the SESAM-project. Current versions of the WASA-model and auxiliary tools will be available for download.
Some of the documents presented here may be "uncitable" preliminary versions. Comments and suggestions are generally appreciated by the respective author.



Ph.D. theses

  • A. Cunha Costa, 2012.
    Analyzing and Modelling of Flow Transmission Processes in River-Systems with a Focus on Semi-Arid Conditions PhD-thesis No. 5969, University of Potsdam, Germany.
  • Carlos A. Gomes Costa, 2012.
    Soil moisture and water availability in the root zone of preserved Caatinga biome PhD-thesis, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil.
  • J. A. López-Tarazón, 2011.
    The sediment budget of a highly erodible catchment. The River Isábena (Ebro basin, Central Pyrenees). PhD-thesis, University of Lleida, Spain.
  • T. Francke, 2009.
    Measurement and modelling of water and sediment fluxes in meso-scale dryland catchments. PhD-thesis No. 3152, University of Potsdam, Germany.
  • V. Malveira, 2009.
    Small reservoir system and hydrological sustainability in large semiarid basins: the case of Orós basin. PhD-thesis, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil.
  • P. Medeiros, 2009.
    Hydro-sedimentological processes and connectivity in a semiarid basin: modelling and validation in several scales. PhD-thesis, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil.
  • G. Mamede, 2008.
    Reservoir sedimentation in dryland catchments: Modelling and management. PhD-thesis No. 1704, University of Potsdam, Germany.
  • Vanda Tereza Malveira
    Hydro-sedimentological Impacts Assessment of Small Dams in the Orós Watershed, Ceará, Brazil. (abstract).

M.Sc. theses & Final year works

SESAM working papers

Presentations and Posters

Interesting links

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