Catchment Classification and Hydrologic Similarity

@inproceedings{Wagener2007CatchmentCA,
  title={Catchment Classification and Hydrologic Similarity},
  author={Thorsten Wagener and Murugesu Sivapalan and Peter Troch and Ross A. Woods},
  year={2007}
}
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 on catchment function (including partition, storage, and release of water), while explicitly accounting for uncertainty and for variability at multiple temporal and spatial scales. This framework would provide an organizing principle, create a common language, guide modeling and measurement efforts, and… CONTINUE READING

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