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A new method for the determination of flow directions and upslope areas in grid digital elevation models
A new procedure for the representation of flow directions and calculation of upslope areas using rectangular grid digital elevation models is presented. The procedure is based on representing flowExpand
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On the extraction of channel networks from digital elevation data
We propose a criterion for determining the appropriate drainage density at which to extract networks from digital elevation data. Expand
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The SINMAP Approach to Terrain Stability Mapping
A promising approach to modeling the spatial distribution of shallow debris slides combines a mechanistic infinite slope stability model with a steady-state hydrology model. The spatial distributionExpand
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Utah Energy Balance Snow Accumulation and Melt Model (UEB)
1 Section 1. Technical Description 2 Introduction 2 Literature review 2 Model Description 6 Shortwave radiation and albedo 9 Longwave radiation 12 Snow fall accumulation and heat with precipitationExpand
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On Hack's Law
Hack's law is reviewed, emphasizing its implications for the elongation of river basins as well as its connections with their fractal characteristics. The relation between Hack's law and the internalExpand
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Advances in the mapping of flow networks from digital elevation data
Digital elevation models (DEMs) are a useful data source for the automatic delineation of flow paths, sub watersheds and flow networks for hydrologic modeling. Digital representation of the flowExpand
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Streamflow simulation: A nonparametric approach
In this paper kernel estimates of the joint and conditional probability density functions are used to generate synthetic streamflow sequences. Streamflow is assumed to be a Markov process with timeExpand
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A Spatially Distributed Energy Balance Snowmelt Model
This paper describes an energy balance snowmelt model developed for the prediction of rapid snowmelt rates responsible for soil erosion and water input to a distributed water balance model. The modelExpand
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The Influence of the Spatial Distribution of Snow on Basin-Averaged Snowmelt
Spatial variability in snow accumulation and melt owing to topographic effects on solar radiation, snow drifting, air temperature and precipitation is important in determining the timing of snowmeltExpand
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