Incorporating topography-dependent groundwater storage in AWRA-L improves groundwater flux estimation
The landscape component of the Australian Water Resources Assessment system, AWRA-L, is a grid-distributed biophysical model designed to simulate water storage in and flows between vegetation, soil, surface water and groundwater for the Australian continent [van Dijk, 2010a]. This study addresses three known issues with the representation of groundwater dynamics in version 0.5 of AWRA-L: 1. The saturated area fraction per grid cell, which controls surface runoff, soil and groundwater...[Show more]
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