Harri Koivusalo
Department of Built Environment

Harri Koivusalo

Professor

Contact information

Postal address
Tietotie 1 E
Mobile phone
+358505709864
Full researcher profile
https://research.aalto.fi/...

Areas of expertise

Water resources Water engineering Quality of natural waters Hydrological modeling Catchment processes Land use and climate change impacts on hydrology Forests and water Land drainage Transport of nutrients and solids Hydrological modelling Surface energy exchanges Snow and canopy processes Runoff generation Solute transport

Honors and awards

Award or honor granted for a specific work
Department of Built Environment
Jan 2004

Oskari Vilamo Foundation award for doctoral thesis

Publications

Department of Built Environment, Water and Environmental Engineering, Mineral Based Materials and Mechanics, Department of Civil Engineering
Publishing year: 2020 HYDROGEOLOGY JOURNAL
Department of Built Environment, Water and Environmental Engineering, Geoinformatics
Publishing year: 2020 CATENA
Department of Built Environment, Water and Environmental Engineering
Publishing year: 2019 New Trends in Urban Drainage Modelling
Department of Built Environment, Water and Environmental Engineering
Publishing year: 2019 VESITALOUS
Department of Built Environment, Water and Environmental Engineering
Publishing year: 2019 AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT
Department of Built Environment, Water and Environmental Engineering
Publishing year: 2019 Managed Aquifer Recharge: Local solutions to the global water crisis
Department of Built Environment, Water and Environmental Engineering, Department of Architecture
Publishing year: 2019 New Trends in Urban Drainage Modelling
Department of Built Environment, Water and Environmental Engineering, Department of Architecture
Publishing year: 2019 Urban Water Journal
Department of Built Environment, Water and Environmental Engineering
Publishing year: 2019 Urban Water Journal
Water and Environmental Engineering, Department of Built Environment
Publishing year: 2019 JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGIC ENGINEERING