Hydrology studies watersheds and the relationship between precipitation and surface and groundwater runoff.
Through knowledge of the basin´s terrain and other physiographic characteristics, and by predicting the maximum rainfall that may occur in that area, it is possible to anticipate the flows of rivers and streams in that hydrographic basin.
Knowing the maximum flows of water lines, it is possible to design engineering works that can withstand or resist the force of the water accumulated at these points, such as bridges, aqueducts, channels, etc.
We use the latest computer tools to obtain and work with the necessary data, both for obtaining accurate and current Digital Terrestrial Models, as well as for carrying out the necessary calculations to determine the hyetograms, hydrograms and peak flood flows.
Through granulometric analysis of the basin's soils, it is possible to estimate the amount of sediment transported by the beds during a single bed occasion (and not predict the forecast of the river next to the pillars and bridge encounters). It is also possible to prevent zones from being able to avoid the situation of predicting sediments.