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van Welsenes, Erik (author)
In order to evaluate measures to increase water availability in and around reservoirs it is necessary to have reliable reservoir water storage models. For that reason, it is necessary to assess the validity of these models. The aim of this research is to do this assessment of two models in data scarce semi- arid regions. The Nakamb ́e catchment...
master thesis 2023
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Muishout, Chantal (author)
Climate change imposes an increasingly big challenge worldwide regarding floods and droughts. The Netherlands is no exception to this, as it has been increasingly hit by these phenomena in recent years, especially in the south of the country. The July 2021 flood in the Geul catchment intensified discussions on climate resilience. It prompts...
master thesis 2023
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O'Hanrahan, Mike (author)
Predicting streamflow in a changing climate poses significant challenges for traditional hydrological models. Static parameter sets result from model calibrations over historical data that increasingly encounter the non-stationary impacts on the hydrological system. Endeavouring toward non-stationary model parameters by incorporating time...
master thesis 2023
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Kasteel, Max (author)
The Bui Dam, the second-largest hydropower dam in Ghana, plays a significant role in the sustainable energy mix of the country. It is managed by the Bui Power Authority (BPA) and has a capacity of hydro-clean generation of 404MW, contributing to 17% of the country’s total electricity generation. However, decision-making at the dam lacks the use...
master thesis 2023
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Feberwee, Kai (author)
Throughout sub-Saharan Africa, agricultural activities in urban and peri-urban areas are threatened by urban sprawl. These activities are important not just for the livelihoods of those who take part in it, but also for the food security of the city. Historically, in Kumasi 40% of the crops in the city are sourced from urban and peri-urban...
master thesis 2023
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Mao, Kangmin (author)
Modeling the relationship between rainfall and runoff is a longstanding challenge in hydrology and is crucial for informed water management decisions. Recently, Deep Learning models, particularly Long short-term memory (LSTM), have shown promising results in simulating this relationship. The Transformer, a newly proposed deep learning...
master thesis 2023
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Hà, T.L. (author), Bastiaanssen, W.G.M. (author)
The principles of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), conservation of natural capital, and water accounting requires Hydrological Eco-System Services (HESS) to be determined. This paper presents a modeling approach for quantifying the HESS framework using the Soil Water Assessment Tool (SWAT). SWAT was used–after calibration against...
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Ali, M.H. (author), Popescu, Ioana (author), Jonoski, Andreja (author), Solomatine, D.P. (author)
This research paper presents a systematic literature review on the use of remotely sensed and/or global datasets in distributed hydrological modelling. The study aims to investigate the most commonly used datasets in hydrological models and their performance across different geographical scales of catchments, including the micro-scale (<10...
review 2023
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Kaitna, Roland (author), Prenner, David (author), Switanek, Matt (author), Maraun, Douglas (author), Stoffel, Markus (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author)
Debris-flow activity is strongly controlled by hydro-meteorological trigger conditions, which are expected to change in a future climate. In this study we connect a regional hydro-meteorological susceptibility model for debris flows with climate projections until 2100 to assess changes of the frequency of critical trigger conditions for...
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Refsgaard, Jens Christian (author), Mai, Juliane (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), Jain, Sharad K. (author), Stisen, Simon (author)
Catchment modelling has undergone tremendous developments during the past decades. In the 1970s, the focus was on simulation of catchment runoff with process descriptions and data inputs being lumped to the catchment scale. Later developments included spatially distributed models allowing data inputs and hydrological processes to be simulated at...
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Farina, Alessandro (author), Di Nardo, Armando (author), Gargano, Rudy (author), van der Werf, Job (author), Greco, Roberto (author)
The management of an Urban Drainage System (UDS) is a complex task, as it requires extensive knowledge about precipitation regime, hydrological features of the catchment, hydraulic characteristics of the drainage network, and information about the water use by the served inhabitants. Complex semi-distributed hydrological and physically based...
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Hoogelander, Vincent (author)
In this thesis, an easily reproducible modeling approach was developed for assessing the climate change impact on streamflow. This approach was tested by using it to assess the impact of climate change on streamflow in 5 different contrasting catchments across the United States. Many studies show that climate change is expected to influence...
master thesis 2022
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Ahmed Adil el Tayeb Abdelnour, Ahmed (author)
Regional climate model (RCMs) simulations are used in hydrological (climate-change) impact assessment studies. However, RCMs exhibit noticeable deviation from observation, and can show large variation in ensemble projections (biases). The objective of this study is twofold, first to assess the robustness of two high-skill bias-correction methods...
master thesis 2022
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van Noppen, Ellis (author)
The future hydrological response of a river system is often predicted using hydrological models that are calibrated on past observations. By using static model parameters it is assumed that hydrological systems do not change in time. For long-term predictions, this is in clear contrast with the notion that vegetation actively adapts its root...
master thesis 2022
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Dekker, Diewertje (author)
This additional thesis project is performed as preliminary research for a bigger project that they are going to start at Lund University, to investigate whether the use of a different interpolation methods, to link the precipitation data to the sub-basins centers of the HYPE model, lead to improved model performance. In this report, previously...
student report 2022
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Riveros Pavez, Alessia (author)
Empirical-statistical rainfall landslide initiation thresholds are popularly used for early warning systems to discriminate between the occurrence and non-occurrence of rainfall-induced landslides. However, the few studies that have derived landslide initiation thresholds for landslide-prone and data-scarce Rwanda rely solely on the limited in...
master thesis 2022
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Ponds, Magali (author)
Hydrological models are often used to evaluate future changes in streamflow. Despite the strong aware- ness of non-stationarity in hydrological system characteristics, model parameters are often assumed stationary and obtained through calibration on past conditions. The representation of system change in hydrological models is challenging, as a...
master thesis 2022
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Abdollahi, B. (author), Alidoost, Fakhereh (author), Moshir Panahi, Davood (author), Hut, R.W. (author), van de Giesen, N.C. (author)
The reproducibility of computational hydrology is gaining attention among hydrologists. Reproducibility requires open and reusable code and data, allowing users to verify results and process new datasets. The creation of input files for global hydrological models (GHMs) requires complex high-resolution gridded dataset processing, limiting the...
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Bennour, Ali (author), Jia, Li (author), Menenti, M. (author), Zheng, Chaolei (author), Zeng, Yelong (author), Barnieh, Beatrice Asenso (author), Jiang, Min (author)
Model calibration and validation are challenging in poorly gauged basins. We developed and applied a new approach to calibrate hydrological models using distributed geospatial remote sensing data. The Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) model was calibrated using only twelve months of remote sensing data on actual evapotranspiration (ETa)...
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XIE, BOYI (author)
Hydrological models are designed to represent the interactions between the<br/>physical process and the water storage in short-term or long-term forecasting. The hydrological models in climate models (also know as Land Surface Models) aim to represent hydrological processes and interactions at a global scale. In this research, one Land Surface...
master thesis 2021
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