Variations of the Present-Day Annual and Seasonal Runoff in the Far East and Siberia with the Use of Regional Hydrological and Global Climate Models

@article{Kalugin2018VariationsOT,
  title={Variations of the Present-Day Annual and Seasonal Runoff in the Far East and Siberia with the Use of Regional Hydrological and Global Climate Models},
  author={Andrey Kalugin},
  journal={Water Resources},
  year={2018},
  volume={45},
  pages={102-111}
}
  • A. Kalugin
  • Published 1 October 2018
  • Engineering
  • Water Resources
A method of spatial calibration and verification of regional numerical physically based models of river runoff formation, incorporating runoff formation processes in the main river channel and its tributaries, was used to obtain a statistical estimate of the quality of river runoff calculation by conventional and alternative criteria focused on runoff reproduction in different phases of water regime and the characteristics of its variations. The analysis of the simulation quality of the annual… 
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