Assessment of watershed functions using watershed models
- Distributed models of deforestation impacts
- Models of sediment transport and sediment yield
- Landslide prediction models
- Du, E., Link, T. E., Gravelle, J. A., and Hubbart, J. A. ( 2014), Validation and sensitivity test of the distributed hydrology soil‐vegetation model (DHSVM) in a forested mountain watershed, Hydrol. Process., 28, 6196– 6210, https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.10110.
- Watch this movie showing the change in snow water equivalent in the Snoqualmie watershed in the pacific northwest. More images of this basin are available here and in the paper linked below
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Video Podcast: Assessment of watershed functions using distributed hydrological models
This 27.5-minute presentation illustrates how distributed hydrological modeling can be used to reveal how spatially complex hydrological processes work, which is necessary to assess how anthropogenic changes impact them.
- 640 x 480 (480p) format that balances speed and quality. (484 MB file)
- 1920 x 1280 (HD) format that provides larges size and best quality. (3.2 GB file)