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GIS and distributed hydrological models. / Romanowicz, R.; Beven, K.; Moore, R.

Geographical Information Handling-Research and Applications. ed. / Paul M. Mather. Wiley, 1993. p. 197-205.

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Romanowicz, R, Beven, K & Moore, R 1993, GIS and distributed hydrological models. in PM Mather (ed.), Geographical Information Handling-Research and Applications. Wiley, pp. 197-205.

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Romanowicz, R., Beven, K., & Moore, R. (1993). GIS and distributed hydrological models. In P. M. Mather (Ed.), Geographical Information Handling-Research and Applications (pp. 197-205). Wiley.

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Romanowicz R, Beven K, Moore R. GIS and distributed hydrological models. In Mather PM, editor, Geographical Information Handling-Research and Applications. Wiley. 1993. p. 197-205

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Romanowicz, R. ; Beven, K. ; Moore, R. / GIS and distributed hydrological models. Geographical Information Handling-Research and Applications. editor / Paul M. Mather. Wiley, 1993. pp. 197-205

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abstract = "The Water Information System (WIS), developed by the Institute of Hydrology as a hydrology-oriented GIS, was used as the spatial and time variable input, user interface and graphic output of the results for the hydrological modelling. A physically-based, quasi-distribution hydrological model (TOPMODEL) was linked with WIS as one of its application modules. Special techniques within the WIS framework allowing on-line data manipulation (data retrieving and updating) were developed. In particular, the database design was modified to handle time-series grids and the user interface was upgraded. Monte-Carlo simulation within a generalized likelihood uncertainty estimation (GLUE) framework, performed on a transputer system and initialized from WIS, was used for the calibration of TOPMODEL. -Authors",
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RIS

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M3 - Chapter (peer-reviewed)

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