Catchment Hydrological Modelling

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  • Author : Shreedhar Maskey
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 202 pages
  • ISBN : 0128183381
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Catchment Hydrological Modelling

Catchment Hydrological Modelling
  • Author : Shreedhar Maskey
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 26 April 2022
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Catchment Hydrological Modelling: The Science and Art covers various methods (and equations) for modeling all components of a CHM. Readers are presented with multiple methods and approaches to modeling the same component, allowing them to distinguish the differences between methods. The books also provides a clear understanding of what makes some commonly used hydrological models similar or different and what their strengths and weaknesses may be. This comprehensive guide contains questions and answers in each chapter, along with concepts and

Catchment Hydrological Modelling

Catchment Hydrological Modelling
  • Author : Shreedhar Maskey
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 19 April 2022
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Catchment Hydrological Modelling: The Science and Art covers various methods (and equations) for modeling all components of a CHM. Readers are presented with multiple methods and approaches to modeling the same component, allowing them to distinguish the differences between methods. The books also provides a clear understanding of what makes some commonly used hydrological models similar or different and what their strengths and weaknesses may be. This comprehensive guide contains questions and answers in each chapter, along with concepts and

Integrating Multiple Sources of Information for Improving Hydrological Modelling an Ensemble Approach

Integrating Multiple Sources of Information for Improving Hydrological Modelling  an Ensemble Approach
  • Author : Isnaeni Murdi Hartanto
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 24 April 2019
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The availability of Earth observation and numerical weather prediction data for hydrological modelling and water management has increased significantly, creating a situation that today, for the same variable, estimates may be available from two or more sources of information. Yet, in hydrological modelling, usually, a particular set of catchment characteristics and input data is selected, possibly ignoring other relevant data sources. In this thesis, therefore, a framework is being proposed to enable effective use of multiple data sources in hydrological

Distributed Hydrological Modelling

Distributed Hydrological Modelling
  • Author : K. J. Beven
  • Publisher : Advances in Hydrological Proce
  • Release : 02 February 1997
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The current popularity of the rainfall-runoff model Topmodel is a direct result of the widespread availability of catchment GIS systems and particularly of digital terrain maps. Water flows downhill, therefore topography must be hydrologically significant, therefore how can the digital terrain data be used in hydrological modelling to improve the realism of the predictions? There are not many choices available: Topmodel is one of them but the concepts on which it is based will not be applicable everywhere (see some

Distributed Hydrological Modelling

Distributed Hydrological Modelling
  • Author : Michael B. Abbott,Jens Christian Refsgaard
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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It is the task of the engineer, as of any other professional person, to do everything that is reasonably possible to analyse the difficulties with which his or her client is confronted, and on this basis to design solutions and implement these in practice. The distributed hydrological model is, correspondingly, the means for doing everything that is reasonably possible - of mobilising as much data and testing it with as much knowledge as is economically feasible - for the purpose

Hydrological Modelling and the Water Cycle

Hydrological Modelling and the Water Cycle
  • Author : Soroosh Sorooshian,Kuo-lin Hsu,Erika Coppola,Barbara Tomassetti,Marco Verdecchia,Guido Visconti
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 18 July 2008
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This volume is a collection of a selected number of articles based on presentations at the 2005 L’Aquila (Italy) Summer School on the topic of “Hydrologic Modeling and Water Cycle: Coupling of the Atmosphere and Hydrological Models”. The p- mary focus of this volume is on hydrologic modeling and their data requirements, especially precipitation. As the eld of hydrologic modeling is experiencing rapid development and transition to application of distributed models, many challenges including overcoming the requirements of compatible observations

Hydrological Modelling in Arid and Semi Arid Areas

Hydrological Modelling in Arid and Semi Arid Areas
  • Author : Howard Wheater,Soroosh Sorooshian,K. D. Sharma
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 22 November 2007
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Arid and semi-arid regions are defined as areas where water is at its most scarce. The hydrological regime in these areas is extreme and highly variable, and they face great pressures to deliver and manage freshwater resources. However, there is no guidance on the decision support tools that are needed to underpin flood and water resource management in arid areas. UNESCO initiated the Global network for Water and Development Information for arid lands (GWADI), and arranged a workshop of the

Environmental Modelling

Environmental Modelling
  • Author : John Wainwright,Mark Mulligan
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 08 April 2005
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Simulation models are increasingly used to investigate processes and solve practical problems in a wide variety of disciplines eg. climatology, ecology, hydrology, geomorphology, engineering. Environmental Modelling: A Practical Approach addresses the development, testing and application of such models, which apply across traditional boundaries, and demonstrate how interactions across these boundaries can be beneficial. Provides a general overview of methods and approaches as well as focusing on key subject areas written by leading practitioners in the field Assesses the advantages and

River Basin Modelling for Flood Risk Mitigation

River Basin Modelling for Flood Risk Mitigation
  • Author : Donald Knight,Asaad Shamseldin
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 17 November 2005
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Flooding accounts for one-third of natural disasters worldwide and for over half the deaths which occur as a result of natural disasters. As the frequency and volume of flooding increases, as a result of climate change, there is a new urgency amongst researchers and professionals working in flood risk management. River Basin Modelling for Flood Risk Mitigation brings together thirty edited papers by leading experts who gathered for the European Union’s Advanced Study Course at the University of Birmingham,

Rainfall Runoff Modelling

Rainfall Runoff Modelling
  • Author : Keith J. Beven
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 30 January 2012
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Rainfall-Runoff Modelling: The Primer, Second Edition is the follow-up of this popular and authoritative text, first published in 2001. The book provides both a primer for the novice and detailed descriptions of techniques for more advanced practitioners, covering rainfall-runoff models and their practical applications. This new edition extends these aims to include additional chapters dealing with prediction in ungauged basins, predicting residence time distributions, predicting the impacts of change and the next generation of hydrological models. Giving a comprehensive summary of

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Modelling the Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources
  • Author : C. Fai Fung,Ana Lopez,Mark New
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 05 July 2011
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The quantitative assessment of the impact of climate change on water availability and water resources management requires knowledge of climate, hydro(geo)logical and water resources models, and particularly the relationships between each of them. This book brings together world experts on each of these aspects, distilling each complex topic into concise and easy to understand chapters, in which both the uses and limitations of modelling are explored. The book concludes with a set of case studies using real-life examples