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Berghuijs, W.R. (author), Larsen, Joshua R. (author), van Emmerik, T.H.M. (author), Woods, Ross A. (author)
/P) explains ∼90% of the spatial differences in mean runoff across the globe. However, it is unclear if changes in aridity over time are also the most important cause for temporal changes in...
journal article 2017
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Mianabadi, A. (author), Coenders, A.M.J. (author), Shirazi, P. (author), Ghahraman, B. (author), Alizadeh, Amin (author)
Evaporation is a very important flux in the hydrological cycle and links the water and energy balance of a catchment. The Budyko framework is often used to provide a first order estimate of evaporation, since it is a simple model where only rainfall and potential evaporation is required as input. Many researchers have tried to improve the Budyko...
journal article 2017
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Gerrits, A.M.J. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author), Veling, E.J.M. (author), Pfister, L. (author)
The Budyko curve is often used to estimate the actual evaporation as a function of the aridity index in a catchment. Different empirical equations exist to describe this relationship; however, these equations have very limited physical background. The model concept presented in this paper is physically based and uses only measurable parameters....
journal article 2009
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De Groen, M.M. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
This paper presents a simple analytical equation for monthly interception on the basis of the combination of a daily threshold model with the probability distribution of daily rainfall. In this paper, interception has a wider definition than merely canopy interception. It is the part of the rainfall that evaporates after it has been stored on...
journal article 2006
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