Hydrologists Workbench – a hydrological domain workflow toolkit

@inproceedings{ScholarsArchive2010HydrologistsW,
  title={Hydrologists Workbench – a hydrological domain workflow toolkit},
  author={Byu ScholarsArchive and Susan M. Cuddy and P. Fitch and David A. Swayne and Wanhong Yang and Alexey A. Voinov and Andrea Emilio Rizzoli},
  year={2010}
}
Large-scale hydrological modelling exercises are becoming routine to address concerns about future water availability. These involve coupling multiple models to simulate the water cycle; time is of the essence; and the questions to be answered (and associated indicator metrics) are multi-dimensional. As these exercises become more complex and the volume of data increases exponentially, automating management of the flow of data through models, accessing relevant tools, while ensuring… CONTINUE READING

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