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Estimation of parameters in a distributed precipitation-runoff model for Norway
Abstract. A distributed version of the HBV-model using 1 km2 grid cells and daily time step was used to simulate runoff from the entire land surface of Norway for the period 1961-1990. The model wasExpand
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Climate change impacts on hydrological processes in Norway based on two methods for transferring regional climate model results to meteorological station sites
Climate change impacts on hydrological processes in Norway have been estimated through combination of results from the IPCC SRES A2 and B2 emission scenarios, global climate models from the HadleyExpand
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Climate in Svalbard 2100 – a knowledge base for climate adaptation
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Multi-criteria validation of a precipitation–runoff model
Abstract The multi-criteria calibration procedure MOCOM-UA was used to evaluate the validity of a physically based precipitation–runoff model by forcing the model to simulate several observed systemExpand
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Snow cover and snow water equivalent in Norway: -current conditions (1961-1990) and scenarios for the future (2071-2100)
Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate.Client(s) Client’s referenceEBL-Kompetanse A/S(Project: Climate development: consequences for discharge,environment and hydropowerExpand
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Distribution of soil moisture and groundwater levels at patch and catchment scales
This study is a contribution to the northern hemisphere climate processes land surface experiment (NOPEX). Its purpose is to investigate the spatial variability of groundwater levels and soilExpand
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Riverine inputs and direct discharges to Norwegian coastal waters – 2011
Riverine inputs and direct discharges to Norwegian coastal waters in 2011 have been estimated in accordance with the requirements of the OSPAR Commission. Due to high water discharges in 2011, theExpand
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Water Resources Under Climate Change in Himalayan Basins
Climate change has significant implications for glaciers and water resources in the Himalayan region. There is an urgent need to improve our current knowledge and methods in quantifying changes inExpand
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Soil erosion and phosphorus losses under variable land use as simulated by the INCA‐P model
We describe the calibration and application of the Integrated Catchment Phosphorus model (INCA-P) to determine the key factors controlling run-off, sediment and phosphorus (P) losses from a smallExpand
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