Conceptualizing lateral preferential flow and flow networks and simulating the effects on gauged and ungauged hillslopes: LATERAL PREFERENTIAL FLOW NETWORKS

@inproceedings{Weiler2007ConceptualizingLP,
  title={Conceptualizing lateral preferential flow and flow networks and simulating the effects on gauged and ungauged hillslopes: LATERAL PREFERENTIAL FLOW NETWORKS},
  author={Markus Weiler and Jeffrey J. McDonnell},
  year={2007}
}
[1] One of the greatest challenges in the field of hillslope hydrology is conceptualizing and parameterizing the effects of lateral preferential flow. Our current physically based and conceptual models often ignore such behavior. However, for addressing issues of land use change, water quality, and other predictions where flow amount and components of flow are imperative, dominant runoff processes like preferential subsurface flow need to be accounted for in the model structure. This paper… CONTINUE READING

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