HS2.1.2On the interaction of models and hydrological knowledge: the battle of reducing uncertainty and increasing realism
|Convener: Shervan Gharari | Co-Conveners: Martyn Clark , Charles Luce , Björn Guse|
Monday, 24 April 2017
Chairperson: Shervan Gharari
Testing hypotheses of velocity and celerity at the catchment scale using ensemble hydrograph separation
Hydrological modelling over different scales on the edge of the permafrost zone: approaching model realism based on experimentalists' knowledge
Natalia Nesterova, Olga Makarieva, and Lyudmila Lebedeva
Does better rainfall interpolation improve hydrological model performance?
Andràs Bàrdossy, Chris Kilsby, and Elisabeth Lewis
How to handle spatial heterogeneity in hydrological models.
Ralf Loritz, Malte Neuper, Hoshin Gupta, and Erwin Zehe
On the importance of methods in hydrological modelling. Perspectives from a case study
Fabrizio Fenicia and Dmitri Kavetski
A Local to National Scale Catchment Model Simulation Framework for Hydrological Predictions and Impact Assessments Under Uncertainty
Jim Freer, Gemma Coxon, Niall Quinn, Toby Dunne, Rosie Lane, Paul Bates, Thorsten Wagener, Ross Woods, Jeff Neal, Nicholas Howden, and Jude Musuuza