Van Dijk, Albert
Without corroborating observations, hydrological models should not be trusted. Hydrometric observations are the basis for any statistical or empirical hydrological model, and are widely used for 'calibration' - tweaking model parameter values to reduce the disagreement between model and observations. However there are other, less travelled paths to understand, quantify, and reduce hydrological model uncertainty using observations. A wealth of new observation types has become available from in...[Show more]
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