Catchment classification : empirical analysis of hydrologic similarity based on catchment function in the eastern USA

@inproceedings{Sawicz2011CatchmentC,
  title={Catchment classification : empirical analysis of hydrologic similarity based on catchment function in the eastern USA},
  author={Katarzyna Sawicz and Thorsten Wagener and Murugesu Sivapalan and Peter Troch and Gilberto Carrillo},
  year={2011}
}
Hydrologic similarity between catchments, derived from similarity in how catchments respond to precipitation input, is the basis for catchment classification, for transferability of information, for generalization of our hydrologic understanding and also for understanding the potential impacts of environmental change. An important question in this context is, how far can widely available hydrologic information (precipitation-temperature-streamflow data and generally available physical… CONTINUE READING
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