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Scaling Theme - scaling hydrologic processes and models from small basins to regional watersheds


Authors: Danielle Tijerina
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Created: Apr 02, 2019 at 3:52 p.m.
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Abstract

This resource contains potential research questions for one of the 2019 NWM Summer Institute Themes: Scaling hydrologic processes and models from small basins to regional watersheds. The attached documents in the content section of this resource elaborate on the specific research questions around which projects will be structured, including project goals, potential approaches, and supplementary materials for pre-SI preparation.

Theme Leads:
Hilary McMillan (San Diego State University)
Fred Ogden (National Water Center).

Attached Research Questions:
RQ1 - Bayesian hydrologic ensemble framework
RQ2 - Runoff generation across scales
RQ3 -National Water Model CZO predictions

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2019 Summer Institute - Research Questions Emily Clark · Danielle Tijerina  Public &  Shareable Open Access

How to Cite

Tijerina, D. (2019). Scaling Theme - scaling hydrologic processes and models from small basins to regional watersheds, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/fd278e999f0f411fb6fa19c4621faa54

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