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Reconciling theory with observations: elements of a diagnostic approach to model evaluation
This paper discusses the need for a well-considered approach to reconciling environmental theory with observations that has clear and compelling diagnostic power. This need is well recognized by theExpand
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Catchment Classification and Hydrologic Similarity
Hydrology does not yet possess a generally agreed upon catchment classification system. Such a classification framework should provide a mapping of landscape form and hydro-climatic conditions onExpand
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Catchment classification: Empirical analysis of hydrologic similarity based on catchment function in the eastern USA
Hydrologic similarity between catchments, derived from similarity in how catchments respond to precipitation input, is the basis for catchment classification, for transferability of information, forExpand
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Regionalization of constraints on expected watershed response behavior for improved predictions in ungauged basins
Approaches to modeling the continuous hydrologic response of ungauged basins use observable physical characteristics of watersheds to either directly infer values for the parameters of hydrologicExpand
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Sensitivity analysis of environmental models: A systematic review with practical workflow
Sensitivity Analysis (SA) investigates how the variation in the output of a numerical model can be attributed to variations of its input factors. SA is increasingly being used in environmentalExpand
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Towards reduced uncertainty in conceptual rainfall-runoff modelling: Dynamic identifiability analysis
Conceptual modelling requires the identification of a suitable model structure and the estimation of parameter values through calibration against observed data. A lack of objective approaches toExpand
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A process-based diagnostic approach to model evaluation: Application to the NWS distributed hydrologic model
Received 29 November 2007; revised 12 May 2008; accepted 23 May 2008; published 11 September 2008. [1] Distributed hydrological models have the potential to provide improved streamflow forecastsExpand
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A decade of Predictions in Ungauged Basins (PUB)—a review
Abstract The Prediction in Ungauged Basins (PUB) initiative of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS), launched in 2003 and concluded by the PUB Symposium 2012 held in DelftExpand
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Linking science with environmental decision making: Experiences from an integrated modeling approach to supporting sustainable water resources management
The call for more effective integration of science and decision making is ubiquitous in environmental management. While scientists often complain that their input is ignored by decision makers, theExpand
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Karst water resources in a changing world: Review of hydrological modeling approaches
Karst regions represent 7–12% of the Earth's continental area, and about one quarter of the global population is completely or partially dependent on drinking water from karst aquifers. ClimateExpand
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