Uncertainty in the environmental modelling process - A framework and guidance

@article{Refsgaard2007UncertaintyIT,
  title={Uncertainty in the environmental modelling process - A framework and guidance},
  author={Jens Christian Refsgaard and Jeroen P. van der Sluijs and Anker Lajer H{\o}jberg and Peter A. Vanrolleghem},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={1543-1556}
}
A terminology and typology of uncertainty is presented together with a framework for the modelling process, its interaction with the broader water management process and the role of uncertainty at different stages in the modelling processes. Brief reviews have been made of 14 different (partly complementary) methods commonly used in uncertainty assessment and characterisation: data uncertainty engine (DUE), error propagation equations, expert elicitation, extended peer review, inverse modelling… CONTINUE READING

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