A physically based description of floodplain inundation dynamics in a global river routing model: FLOODPLAIN INUNDATION DYNAMICS

@inproceedings{Yamazaki2011APB,
  title={A physically based description of floodplain inundation dynamics in a global river routing model: FLOODPLAIN INUNDATION DYNAMICS},
  author={Dai Yamazaki and Shinjiro Kanae and Hyungjun Kim and Taikan Oki},
  year={2011}
}
[1] Current global river routing models do not represent floodplain inundation dynamics realistically because the storage and movement of surface waters are regulated by small-scale topography rather than the commonly used spatial resolution of global models. In this study, we propose a new global river routing model, CaMa-Flood, which explicitly parameterizes the subgrid-scale topography of a floodplain, thus describing floodplain inundation dynamics. The relationship between water storage… CONTINUE READING

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