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LISEM: a physically-based hydrological and soil erosion model for basin-scale water and sediment management



LISEM: a physically-based hydrological and soil erosion model for basin-scale water and sediment management



Modelling and management of sustainable basin scale water resource systems Proceedings of an international symposium held at Boulder, Colorado, USA, 1-14 July, 1995: 399-407



The development of a hydrological and soil erosion model, LISEM (Limburg Soil Erosion Model), is described. The model simulates hydrological and soil erosion processed during single rainfall events on a catchment scale.

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