Correlated Parameters Uncertainty Propagation in a Rainfall-Runoff Model, Considering 2-Copula; Case Study: Karoon III River Basin

@article{Razmkhah2017CorrelatedPU,
  title={Correlated Parameters Uncertainty Propagation in a Rainfall-Runoff Model, Considering 2-Copula; Case Study: Karoon III River Basin},
  author={Homa Razmkhah and Ali-Mohammad AkhoundAli and Fereydoun Radmanesh},
  journal={Environmental Modeling & Assessment},
  year={2017},
  volume={22},
  pages={503-521}
}
  • Homa Razmkhah, Ali-Mohammad AkhoundAli, Fereydoun Radmanesh
  • Published in Environmental Modeling & Assessment 2017
  • DOI:10.1007/s10666-017-9569-z
Hydrological models are widely used to investigate practical issues of water resources. Parametric uncertainty is considered as one of the most important sources of uncertainty in environmental researches. Generally, it is assumed that the parameters are independent mutually, but correlation within the parameter space is an important factor having the potential to cause uncertainty. The objective and innovation of this study was to address the effects of parameters correlation on a continuous… CONTINUE READING

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