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Use of catchment attributes to identify the scale and values of distributed parameters in surface and sub-surface conceptual hydrology models

Carlile, P.W; Jakeman, A J; Croke, B F W; Lees, B.G


Improved prediction for problems in catchment hydrology requires an ability to spatially disaggregate and connect surface and sub-surface components. This paper considers two hydrological models for use in such disaggregation and coupling: a lumped conceptual rainfall-runoff model (IHACRES) and a physics based conceptual groundwater discharge model. Smaller gauged catchments in the vicinity can be used to regionalise and parameterise the coupled model using catchment attributes prior to running...[Show more]

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Date published: 2002
Type: Working/Technical Paper
Source: Integrated Assessment and Decision Support. Proceedings of the First Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society


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