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Hydrological Sciences Journal. Special Issue: Modelling Temporally-variable Catchments

Guillaume Thirel

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Table of contents : - On the need to test hydrological models under changing conditions - Negligent killing of scientific concepts: the stationarity case - Hydrology under change: an evaluation protocol to investigate how hydrological models deal with changing catchments - A comparative assessment of AWBM and SimHyd for forested watersheds - Hydrological impact of forest-fire from paired-catchment and rainfall–runoff modelling perspectives - Detecting immediate wildfire impact on runoff in a poorly-gauged mountainous permafrost basin - Feed-forward vs recurrent neural network models for non-stationarity modelling using data assimilation and adaptivity - Testing the robustness of the physically-based ECOMAG model with respect to changing conditions - Simulating temporal variability in catchment response using a monthly rainfall–runoff model - The influence of parametric uncertainty on the relationships between HBV model parameters and climatic characteristics - Stability of model performance and parameter values on two catchments facing changes in climatic conditions - Current runoff variations in the Macta catchment (Algeria): is climate the sole factor? - Impact of bushfire and climate variability on streamflow from forested catchments in southeast Australia - Testing the applicability of a kinematic wave-based distributed hydrological model in two climatically contrasting catchments - Performance of the COSERO precipitation–runoff model under non-stationary conditions in basins with different climates - Graphical tools based on Turc-Budyko plots to detect changes in catchment behaviour - Parameter transferability under changing climate: case study with a land surface model in the Durance watershed, France - Dependence of model-based extreme flood estimation on the calibration period: case study of the Kamp River (Austria) - Hydrological modelling of temporally-varying catchments: facets of change and the value of information
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Guillaume Thirel. Hydrological Sciences Journal. Special Issue: Modelling Temporally-variable Catchments. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 2015, 60 (7-8). ⟨hal-02602064⟩

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