|Statement||[by] Keith Beven, Dick Iredale and Martin Kew.|
|Series||Working paper -- 184.|
|Contributions||Iredale, Richard., Kew, Martin., University of Leeds. School of Geography.|
A previously developed model has been tested on three catchments: Crimple Beck (8 km2) near Harrogate, Hodge Beck (36 km2) on the North York Moors and the Wye headwater . Areal pattern of initial saturation deficits predicted in the Crimple Beck catch- ment for an initial discharge of mmhr.-! and parameter values Q0 = mm hr.- 1 and m -- ram. B. Maximum contributing area and remaining deficits after mm of rain on the initial state shown in (A). ANALYZING CATCHMENT TOPOGRAPHY The derivation of Cited by: Average soil water response is represented by a constant leakage infiltration store and an exponential subsurface water store. A simple non-linear routing procedure related to the link frequency distribution of the channel network completes the model and allows distinct basin sub-units, such as headwater and sideslope areas to be modelled by: Downscaling soil hydrological mapping used to predict catchment hydrological response with random forests Article in Geoderma May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
This set of papers presents a description of the synthesis of hydrological problems and various environmental implications and management strategies for different highland and headwater regions of the world. Regions covered include the Himalayas, Russian mountains, Amazonia, and upland Wales. “As scientists we are intrigued by the possibility of assembling our concepts and bits of knowledge into a neat package to show that we do, after all, understand our science and its complex interrelated phenomena.” (W. M. Kohler, )Cited by: Headwaters Hydrology, PLLC is a multi-disciplinary Civil Engineering and Environmental Consulting firm located in the White Mountains of northern New Hampshire. Headwaters was formed in with a focus on providing professional Civil Engineering and Water Resources Consulting to a broad range of clientele throughout New Hampshire. Abstract. A combined semi-distributed hydrological model (CASCADE/QUESTOR) is used to evaluate the steady-state that may be achieved after changes in land-use or management and to explore what additional factors need to be considered in representing catchment processes. Two rural headwater catchments of the River Derwent (North Yorkshire, Cited by: