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- MUSIAKE, KATUMI, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Hydrological sciences journal 2002 v.47 no.1 pp. 49-65
- hydrograph; hydrologic models; rivers; runoff; subwatersheds; topographic slope
- ... A flow-interval hillslope discretization scheme is proposed for catchment hydrological modelling. By this scheme, a two-dimensional catchment is simplified into a one-dimensional cascade of flow intervals linked by the main stream. Each flow interval comprises a set of parallel hillslopes. The hillslope is the fundamental computational unit in the hydrological model providing lateral inflow to the ...
- MUSIAKE, KATUMI, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Hydrological sciences journal 2001 v.46 no.6 pp. 983-995
- cropland; geographic information systems; geographical distribution; irrigated farming; latitude; longitude; models; monitoring; public water supply; runoff; statistics; streams; water quality; water shortages; water stress
- ... The anticipated water scarcity in the first half of this century is one of the international issues of most concern, which needs to be adequately addressed. However, even though the issue has an international impact and worldwide monitoring is critical, there are limited global estimates at present. In this study, annual water availability has been derived from annual runoff estimated by land surf ...