RESEARCH

August 26, 2017

Estimating the amount of water evaporated from soil and transpired from vegetation is a necessary process in many engineering and science fields, such as water resources planning, hydrologic analysis, and agricultural water management, as evapotranspiration (ET) controls the moisture content of soil...

August 15, 2017

Distributed, continuous hydrologic models promote better understanding of hydrology and enable integrated hydrologic analyses by providing a more detailed picture of water transport processes across the varying landscape. However, such models are not widely used in routine modeling practices, due in...

August 14, 2017

Assessing the performance of LID practices at a catchment scale is important in managing urban watersheds. Few modeling tools exist that are capable of explicitly representing the hydrological mechanisms of LIDs while considering the diverse land uses of urban watersheds. In this paper, we propose c...

August 13, 2017

The level of model complexity that can be effectively supported by available information has long been a subject of many studies in hydrologic modeling. In particular, distributed parameter models tend to be regarded as overparameterized because of numerous parameters used to describe spatially hete...

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Young Gu Her, yher@ufl.edu / sizorbist@gmail.com, https://www.yher.xyz, Homestead, FL 33031