A comparison of metric and conceptual approaches in rainfall-runoff modeling and its implications
The aim of the present paper is to compare metric and conceptual approaches to rainfall-runoff modeling in terms of calibration and simulation performances and parameter invariance. This is investigated by applying two models of equal complexity (i.e., possessing the same number of parameters), but with different levels of "conceptualization", to two catchments with different climatology. Level of conceptualization is understood as the degree to which the model structure and its parameters can...[Show more]
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