Can dynamic vegetation information improve the accuracy of Budyko's hydrological model?
This study examines whether the incorporation of dynamic, remotely sensed vegetation information into Budyko's hydrological model can improve that model's accuracy, particularly at finer spatial and temporal scales. Using numerous variables derived from three primary time-series variables (precipitation, potential evaporation and remotely sensed estimates of vegetation cover), linear one-variable models are developed to explain the variability in stream flow predictions not already captured by...[Show more]
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