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Hrachowitz, M. (author), Bohte, R. (author), Mul, M.L. (author), Bogaard, T.A. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author), Uhlenbrook, S. (author)
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Nijzink, R.C. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Samaniego, L. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
journal article 2015
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Euser, T. (author), McMillan, H. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Winsemius, H. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
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Euser, T. (author), Winsemius, H.C. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Fenicia, F. (author), Uhlenbrook, S. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
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Gharari, S. (author), Shafiei, M. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Fenicia, F. (author), Gupta, H.V. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
Many environmental systems models, such as conceptual rainfall-runoff models, rely on model calibration for parameter identification. For this, an observed output time series (such as runoff) is needed, but frequently not available. Here, we explore another way to constrain the parameter values of semi-distributed conceptual models, based on two...
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Euser, T. (author), Winsemius, H.C. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Fenicia, F. (author), Uhlenbrook, S. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
The use of flexible hydrological model structures for hypothesis testing requires an objective and diagnostic method to identify whether a rainfall-runoff model structure is suitable for a certain catchment. To determine if a model structure is realistic, i.e. if it captures the relevant runoff processes, both performance and consistency are...
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Gao, H. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Fenicia, F.F. (author), Gharari, S. (author), Sriwongsitanon, N. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
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Gao, H. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Fenicia, F.F. (author), Gharari, S. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
journal article 2013
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Gharari, S. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Fenecia, F. (author), Gao, H. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
Conceptual environmental systems models, such as rainfall runoff models, generally rely on calibration for parameter identification. Increasing complexity of this type of model for better representation of hydrological process heterogeneity typically makes parameter identification more difficult. Although various, potentially valuable,...
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Gao, H. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Schymanski, S.J. (author), Fenicia, F.F. (author), Sriwongsitanon, N. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
The root zone moisture storage capacity (SR) of terrestrial ecosystems is a buffer providing vegetation continuous access to water and a critical factor controlling land-atmospheric moisture exchange, hydrological response, and biogeochemical processes. However, it is impossible to observe directly at catchment scale. Here, using data from 300...
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Gharari, S. (author), Shafiei, M. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Kumar, R. (author), Fenicia, F. (author), Gupta, H.V. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
Many environmental systems models, such as conceptual rainfall-runoff models, rely on model calibration for parameter identification. For this, an observed output time series (such as runoff) is needed, but frequently not available (e.g., when making predictions in ungauged basins). In this study, we provide an alternative approach for parameter...
journal article 2014
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Gharari, S. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Fenicia, F. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
Conceptual hydrological models often rely on calibration for the identification of their parameters. As these models are typically designed to reflect real catchment processes, a key objective of an appropriate calibration strategy is the determination of parameter sets that reflect a “realistic” model behavior. Previous studies have shown that...
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Hrachowitz, M. (author), Fovet, O. (author), Ruiz, L. (author), Euser, T. (author), Gharari, S. (author), Nijzink, R.C. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author), Gascuel-Odoux, C. (author)
journal article 2015
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Gao, H. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Schymanski, S. (author), Fenicia, F.F. (author), Sriwongsitanon, N. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
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Gharari, S. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Fenicia, F. (author), Savenije, H.G. (author)
This paper presents a detailed performance and sensitivity analysis of a recently developed hydrological landscape classification method based on dominant runoff mechanisms. Three landscape classes are distinguished: wetland, hillslope and plateau, corresponding to three dominant hydrological regimes: saturation excess overland flow, storage...
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Hrachowitz, M. (author), Savenije, H. (author), Bogaard, T.A. (author), Tetzlaff, D. (author), Soulsby, C. (author)
The complex interactions of runoff generation processes underlying the hydrological response of streams remain not entirely understood at the catchment scale. Extensive research has demonstrated the utility of tracers for both inferring flow path distributions and constraining model parameterizations. While useful, the common use of linearity...
journal article 2013
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Gharari, S. (author), Fenicia, F. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
This paper presents a new type of hydrological landscape classification based on dominant runoff mechanisms. Three landscape classes are distinguished: wetland, hillslope and plateau, corresponding to three dominant hydrological regimes: saturation excess overland flow, storage excess sub-surface flow, and deep percolation. Topography, geology...
journal article 2011
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Hrachowitz, M. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author), Bogaard, T.A. (author), Tetzlaff, D. (author), Soulsby, C. (author)
The complex interactions of runoff generation processes underlying the hydrological response of streams remain incompletely understood at the catchment scale. Extensive research has demonstrated the utility of tracers for both inferring flow paths distributions and constraining model parameterizations. While useful, the common use of linearity...
journal article 2012
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Nijzink, R.C. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
journal article 2015
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Gao, H. (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
journal article 2015
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