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A discrete particle representation of hillslope hydrology: hypothesis testing in reproducing a tracer experiment at Gardsjon, Sweden

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A discrete particle representation of hillslope hydrology : hypothesis testing in reproducing a tracer experiment at Gardsjon, Sweden. / Davies, Jessica; Beven, Keith; Nyberg, Lars et al.

In: Hydrological Processes, Vol. 25, No. 23, 15.11.2011, p. 3602-3612.

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title = "A discrete particle representation of hillslope hydrology: hypothesis testing in reproducing a tracer experiment at Gardsjon, Sweden",
abstract = "Despite the long history of the continuum equation approach in hydrology, it is not a necessary approach to the formulation of a physically based representation of hillslope hydrology. The Multiple Interacting Pathways ( MIPs) model is a discrete realization that allows hillslope response and transport to be simultaneously explored in a way that reflects the potential occurrence of preferential flows and lengths of pathways. The MIPs model uses random particle tracking methods to represent the flow of water within the subsurface alongside velocity distributions that acknowledge preferential flows and transition probability matrices, which control flow pathways. An initial realization of this model is presented here in application to a tracer experiment carried out in Gardsjon, Sweden. The model is used as an exploratory tool, testing several hypotheses in relation to this experiment. ",
keywords = "hillslope model, particle tracking, tracer experiment, run-off processes, WATER-FLOW, SUBSURFACE STORMFLOW, SOLUTE TRANSPORT, SOIL MACROPORES, MODEL, CATCHMENT, RUNOFF, RAINFALL, NONEQUILIBRIUM, VALIDATION",
author = "Jessica Davies and Keith Beven and Lars Nyberg and Allan Rodhe",
year = "2011",
month = nov,
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doi = "10.1002/hyp.8085",
language = "English",
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