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The use of coupled atmospheric and hydrological models for water-resources management in headwater basins

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Abstract

Coupled atmospheric and hydrological models provide an opportunity for the improved management of water resources in headwater basins. Issues currently limiting full implementation of coupled-model methodologies include (a) the degree of uncertainty in the accuracy of precipitation and other meteorological variables simulated by atmospheric models, and (b) the problem of discordant scales between atmospheric and bydrological models. Alternative methodologies being developed to address these issues are reviewed.

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Publication type:
Article
Publication Subtype:
Journal Article
Title:
The use of coupled atmospheric and hydrological models for water-resources management in headwater basins
Series title:
IAHS-AISH Publication
Volume
248
Year Published:
1998
Language:
English
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Larger Work Subtype:
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IAHS-AISH Publication
First page:
259
Last page:
265