Diagnostic calibration and cross-catchment transferability of a simple process-consistent hydrologic model

@inproceedings{Smith2016DiagnosticCA,
  title={Diagnostic calibration and cross-catchment transferability of a simple process-consistent hydrologic model},
  author={Tyler R Smith and Kaitlin Hayes and Lucy Marshall and Brian McGlynn and Kelsey G. Jencso},
  year={2016}
}
The transferability of hydrologic models is of ever increasing importance for making improved hydrologic predictions and testing hypothesized hydrologic drivers. Here, we present an investigation into the variability and transferability of the recently introduced catchment connectivity model (Smith et al., 2013). The catchment connectivity model was developed following extensive experimental observations identifying the key drivers of streamflow in the Tenderfoot Creek Experimental Forest… CONTINUE READING

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