HS2.1.4Spatial patterns in hydrology: Towards comprehensive evaluation and calibration of distributed hydrological models
|Convener: Simon Stisen | Co-Conveners: Julian Koch , Luis Samaniego , Heye Bogena , Luca Brocca|
Monday, 13 April 2015
Spatiotemporal model evaluation across Europe: A methodology based on expert knowledge, multiple datasets, physiography, flow signatures and performance metrics
Chantal Donnelly, Jafet Andersson, Berit Arheimer, David Gustafsson, Yeshewatesfa Hundecha, and Ilias Pechlivanidis
Distributed multi-criteria model evaluation and spatial association analysis
Laura Scherer and Stephan Pfister
Retrieval of spatially distributed hydrological properties based on surface temperature rise measured from space for spatial model validation at regional scale.
Gorka Mendiguren González, Simon Stisen, and Julian Koch
Flexible hydrological modeling - Disaggregation from lumped catchment scale to higher spatial resolutions
Quoc Quan Tran, Patrick Willems, Bart Pannemans, Joris Blanckaert, Fernando Pereira, Jiri Nossent, Kris Cauwenberghs, and Thomas Vansteenkiste
What can we learn from the hydrological modeling of small-scale catchments for the discharge and water balance modeling of mesoscale catchments?
Thomas Cornelissen, Bernd Diekkrüger, and Heye Bogena
High resolution modelling of soil moisture patterns with ParFlow-CLM: Comparison with sensor network data
Sebastian Gebler, Harrie-Jan Hendricks-Franssen, Stefan Kollet, Wei Qu, and Harry Vereecken