TOPMODEL : a critique.

Beven, Keith J. (1997) TOPMODEL : a critique. Hydrological Processes, 11 (9). pp. 1069-1086. ISSN 0885-6087

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Abstract

TOPMODEL (a TOPography based hydrological MODEL) is now 20 years old and has been the subject of numerous applications to a wide variety of catchments. This paper represents a critical review of some of the issues involved in application of the TOPMODEL concepts, including the basic assumptions involved; the derivation of topographic index distributions from digital terrain data; additional model components; meaning and calibration of the model parameters; and issues involved in model validation and predictive uncertainty. The aim is to provoke a thoughtful approach to hydrological modelling and the interaction of modelling and field work. Some recommendations are made for future modelling practice.

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Journal Article
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Hydrological Processes
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Deposited On:
11 Feb 2009 11:28
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Yes
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Published
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