Development of genetic algorithm-based optimization module in WHAT system for hydrograph analysis and model application

@article{Lim2010DevelopmentOG,
  title={Development of genetic algorithm-based optimization module in WHAT system for hydrograph analysis and model application},
  author={Kyoung Jae Lim and Youn Shik Park and Jonggun Kim and Yong-Chul Shin and Nam Won Kim and Seong Joon Kim and Ji-Hong Jeon and Bernard A. Engel},
  journal={Computers & Geosciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={36},
  pages={936-944}
}
Many hydrologic and water quality computer models have been developed and applied to assess hydrologic and water quality impacts of land use changes. These models are typically calibrated and validated prior to their application. The Long-Term Hydrologic Impact Assessment (L-THIA) model was applied to the Little Eagle Creek (LEC) watershed and compared with the filtered direct runoff using BFLOW and the Eckhardt digital filter (with a default BFImax value of 0.80 and filter parameter value of 0… CONTINUE READING
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