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Rainfall-runoff modelling / Ketih Loague

By: Loague, Keith | Stanford University Department of Geological ans Environmental Sciences.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Benchamark Papers in Hydrology Series Editor: Jeffrey J. McDonnell 4.Reino Unido : International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 2010Edition: Primera.Description: iii, 506 páginas : Ilustraciones.ISBN: 9781907161063.Subject(s): Hidrología | Lluvia | Escorrentía - inundaciónDDC classification: 551.489/
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On the use of self-registering rain and floodgauges in making observations of the relations of rain fall and of flood discharges in a giben catchment -- The calculation of flood discharge by the use of a time contour plan -- capillary conduction of liquids through porous mediums -- Streamflow from rainfall by unit-graph method -- Estimation of todtal (and peak rates of) surface runoff for individual storms -- A general theory of the unit hydrograph -- Computation of a synthetic streamflow tecord on a digital computer -- Overland flow and groundwater flow from a steady rainfall of finite duration -- Laboratory evaluation of a numerical flood-routing technique for channels subject to lateral inflows -- Unsteady, one-dimensional flow over a plane the rising hydrograph -- blueprint for a physically-based digitally-simulated, hydrologic response model -- Three-dimensional, transient, saturated-unsaturated flow in a groundwater basin -- Overland flow on an infiltrating surface -- Role of subsurface flow in generatin surface runoff: 1 base flor contributions to channel flow -- Role of subsurface flow in generating surface runoff: 2 upstream source areas -- A partial area model for strom flow synthesis -- Mathematical simulation of subsurface flow contributuins to snowmelt runoff reynolds creek watershed -- An analysis of the effects of parameter uncertainty in deterministic hydrologic models -- Hillslope hydrographs by the finite element method -- A parameter-efficient hydrologuic infiltration model -- Aphysically based, variable contributiong area model of basin hydrology -- A stochastic-conceptual analysis of rainfall-runoff processes on a hilistope -- A distribution function approach to rainfall runoff modeling -- On subsurface stormflow: predictions with simple kinematic theory for saturated and unsaturated flow -- Mathematical simulation of interdependent surface hydrologic processes -- A comparison of ranfall-runoff modeling technique on small upland catchments -- An introduction to the europenan hydrologic system - systeme hydrologique eropeen "SHE" 1: history and philosophy of a physically-based, distributed modelling system -- On hydrologic similarity 2: a sacale model of storm runoff production -- Aphysically based model of heterogeneous hillslopes 2. Effective hydraulic conductivities -- Changing ideas in hydrology - the case of physically-based models.

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