Demystifying hydrological monsters: can flexibility in model structure help explain monster catchments?


Rainfall-runoff hydrological models are commonly used to investigate and simulate catchment behaviour and predict discharges. The simulation of observed discharge is never perfect and in some cases a model is not able to simulate catchment behaviour appropriately. This can be referred to as a hydrological monster (Andréassian et al., 2010). To find out to… (More)


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