Simulation of thermal and hydrological regimes of Siberian river watersheds under permafrost conditions from reanalysis data

@inproceedings{Arzhanov2008SimulationOT,
  title={Simulation of thermal and hydrological regimes of Siberian river watersheds under permafrost conditions from reanalysis data},
  author={M. M. Arzhanov and Alexey V. Eliseev and Pavel F. Demchenko and Igor I. Mokhov and Vyacheslav Khon},
  year={2008}
}
A one-dimensional dynamic model of heat and moisture transfer in the soil has been developed. The use of the ERA-40 reanalysis as input data makes it possible to compute characteristics of the soil thermal and hydrological regimes, including watershed runoff, from specified climatic characteristics of the atmosphere. Results are presented of numerical experiments on a comparison of the model estimates of the depths of seasonal thawing with observations at several Siberian stations. For the… CONTINUE READING
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