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A study of scale effects on the estimation of maximum direct runoff rates using a catchment model

A study of scale effects on the estimation of maximum direct runoff rates using a catchment model

Exchange processes at the land surface for a range of space and time scales: proceedings of an international symposium held at Yokohama, Japan, 13-16 July 1993: 289-297

The effect of the spatial scale of catchment modelling on the estimation of maximum direct runoff (MDR) rate was examined. A combined interflow and overland flow model was used in this preliminary study. MDR simulations were run using catchments of different sizes and combinations of the catchment parameters: length, slope inclination and hydraulic conductivity.

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