Representation of landscape hydrological connectivity using a topographically driven surface flow index

@inproceedings{Lane2009RepresentationOL,
  title={Representation of landscape hydrological connectivity using a topographically driven surface flow index},
  author={Stuart N. Lane and S. M. Reaney and A. Louise Heathwaite},
  year={2009}
}
[1] This paper assesses the extent to which a topographically defined description of the spatial arrangement of catchment wetness can be used to represent landscape hydrological connectivity in temperate river catchments. A physically based distributed hydrological model is used to characterize the space-time patterns of surface overland flow connection to the drainage network. These characterizations are compared with a static descriptor of the spatial structure of topographically controlled… CONTINUE READING