Land surface hydrology: Interoperability among LSMs, with alternative data sources; with water management needs

@article{Wood2011LandSH,
  title={Land surface hydrology: Interoperability among LSMs, with alternative data sources; with water management needs},
  author={Eric F. Wood},
  journal={2011 GEOSS Workshop XLI},
  year={2011},
  pages={1-31}
}
1. Land hydrology modeling has made significant advances in process representation, computational resources, and data availability. Current models are based on 1990's strategies and an effort is needed to upgrade processes and numerics. 2. Interoperability between LSM and water management: models are needed at the O(102–103)m scale. 3. Interoperability… CONTINUE READING