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Distributed Hydrologic Modeling Using GIS

ISBN-10: 1402024592

ISBN-13: 9781402024597

Edition: 2nd 2004 (Revised)

Authors: Baxter E. Vieux

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List price: $169.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 10/29/2004
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 289
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.496

Dedication
Preface
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Distributed Hydrologic Modeling
Introduction
Why Distributed Hydrologic Modeling?
Distributed Model Representation
Mathematical Analogy
GIS Data Structures and Sources
Surface Generation
Spatial Resolution and Information Content
Runoff Processes
Hydraulic Roughness
Drainage Networks and Resolution
Spatially Variable Precipitation
Distributed Hydrologic Model Formulation
Distributed Model Calibration
Case Studies
Hydrologic Analysis and Prediction
Summary
References
Data Sources And Structure
Introduction
Dimensionality
Map Scale and Spatial Detail
Datum and Scale
Georeferenced Coordinate Systems
Map Projections
Data Representation
Watershed Delineation
Soil Classification
Land use/Cover Classification
Summary
References
Surface Generation
Introduction
Surface Generators
Surface Generation Application
Summary
References
Spatial Variability
Introduction
Information Content
Fractal Interpretation
Resolution Effects on DEMs
Summary
References
Infiltration Modeling
Introduction
Infiltration Process
Approaches to Infiltration Modeling
Green-Ampt theory
Estimation of Green-Ampt Parameters
Attribute Error
Summary
References
Hydraulic Roughness
Introduction
Hydraulics of Surface Runoff
Application to the Illinois River Basin
Summary
References
Digital Terrain
Introduction
Drainage Network
Definition of Channel Networks
Resolution Dependent Effects
Constraining Drainage Direction
Summary
References
Precipitation Measurement
Introduction
Rain Gauge Estimation of Rainfall
Radar Estimation of Precipitation
WSR-88D Radar Characteristics
Input for Hydrologic Modeling
Summary
References
Finite Element Modeling
Introduction
Mathematical Formulation
Summary
References
Distributed Model Calibration
Introduction
Calibration Approach
Distributed Model Calibration
Automatic Calibration
Summary
References
Distributed Hydrologic Modeling
Introduction
Case Studies
Summary
References
Hydrologic Analysis And Prediction
Introduction
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Model Feature Summary
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Data Requirements
Relationship to Other Models
Summary
References
Glossary
Index