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AbstractThis study characterizes precipitation error propagation through a distributed hydrological model based on the river basins across the contiguous United States (CONUS), to better understand the relationship between errors in precipitation inputs and simulated discharge (i.e., P–Q error...
AbstractFlood forecasting is essential to minimize the impacts and costs of floods, especially in urbanized watersheds. Radar rainfall estimates are becoming increasingly popular in flood forecasting because they provide the much-needed real-time spatially distributed precipitation information....
AbstractIn this study, two sets of precipitation estimates that are based on the regional Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model—the high Asia refined analysis (HAR) and outputs with a 9-km resolution from WRF (WRF-9km)—are evaluated at both basin and point scales, and their potential...
AbstractLand–atmosphere feedbacks are a critical component of the hydrologic cycle. Vertical profiles of boundary layer temperature and moisture, together with information about the land surface, are used to compute land–atmosphere coupling metrics. Ground-based remote sensing platforms, such as...
AbstractThe availability of streamflow records in Africa has been declining since the 1980s due to malfunctioning gauging stations and data collection failures. Africa also has insufficient hydrological information owing to the allocation of few resources to research efforts. Unreliable runoff...
AbstractA precipitation observation network was constructed in a high-altitude area of the Qilian Mountains in northwest China, which contained 23 sets of instruments. Because 21 sets of instruments were surrounded by protective fences, a precipitation intercomparison experiment was carried out...
AbstractResearch in meteorological prediction on subseasonal to seasonal (S2S) time scales has seen growth in recent years. Concurrent with this growth, demand for seasonal drought forecasting has risen. While there is obvious synergy between these fields, S2S meteorological forecasting has...
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