Modelling runoff in a Swiss glacierized catchment—part I: methodology and application in the Findelen basin under a long-lasting stable climate

@inproceedings{Uhlmann2013ModellingRI,
  title={Modelling runoff in a Swiss glacierized catchment—part I: methodology and application in the Findelen basin under a long-lasting stable climate},
  author={Bastienne Uhlmann and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Jordan and Martin Beniston},
  year={2013}
}
The complex topography of the Alps makes detailed hydrological modelling a real challenge. It is yet an essential task to improve the insight of hydrological processes in the context of intensification of renewable energy use and under the constraints of climate change. In this perspective and as a case study, the runoff of a small highly glacierized basin in the Swiss Alps – namely the Findelen catchment area – has been modelled with a hydrological model (Routing System 3.0; RS3.0). It is a… CONTINUE READING

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