Response to referees ’ comments on “ Impacts of spatial resolution and representation of flow connectivity on large-scale simulation of floods ” by Cherry May

@inproceedings{MateoResponseTR,
  title={Response to referees ’ comments on “ Impacts of spatial resolution and representation of flow connectivity on large-scale simulation of floods ” by Cherry May},
  author={R. Mateo}
}
Global-scale River Models (GRMs) are core tools for providing consistent estimates of global flood hazard, especially in data-scarce regions. Due to former limitations in computational power and input datasets, most GRMs have been developed to use simplified representations of flow physics and run at coarse spatial resolutions. With increasing 15 computational power and improved datasets, the application of GRMs to finer resolutions is becoming a reality. To support development in this… CONTINUE READING

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