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Evaluation of the impact of climate variability on modelling hydrological response /Hak-Soo Kim.

Kim, Hak-Soo


Conceptual rainfall-runoff models are increasingly being proposed as important tools for water resource prediction, and in particular for assessing the impacts of climate and land use changes on catchment hydrology. But there are many issues that must be addressed in order to avoid adverse effects from model complexity, over-parameterisation and limited data. A model's ability to capture the effect of climate variability is obviously one of the most important issues for addressing modelling...[Show more]

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