Uncertainty contributions to low-flow projections in Austria

  title={Uncertainty contributions to low-flow projections in Austria},
  author={Juraj Parajka and Alfred Paul Blaschke and G{\"u}nter Bl{\"o}schl and Klaus Haslinger and Gerold Hepp and Gregor Laaha and Wolfgang F. Schoener and Helene Trautvetter and Alberto Viglione and Matthias Zessner},
The main objective of the paper is to understand the contributions to the uncertainty in low-flow projections resulting from hydrological model uncertainty and climate projection uncertainty. Model uncertainty is quantified by different parameterisations of a conceptual semi-distributed hydrologic model (TUWmodel) using 11 objective functions in three different decades (1976–1986, 1987–1997, 1998– 2008), which allows for disentangling the effect of the objective function-related uncertainty and… CONTINUE READING


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