Scale Problems in Hydrology: Runoff Generation and Basin Response Held in Princeton, New Jersey on 31 October-3 November 1984.
Final rept. 17 Oct 84-16 Oct 85,
MISSISSIPPI UNIV UNIVERSITY DEPT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
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Partial contents Relative role of hillslope and network geometry in hydrologic response Nonlinearity and time-variance of the hydrologic response of a small mountain creek Runoff simulation model based on hillslope topography Geomorphologic approach to synthesis of direct runoff hydrograph from the Upper Tiber River Basin, Italy Spatial heterogeneity and scale in the infiltration response of catchments Runoff production and flood frequency in catchments of order n an alternative approach Study of scale effects in flood frequency response Scales, gravity and network structure in basin runoff Averaging properties of channel networks using methods in stochastic branching theory Incorporation of channel losses in the geomorphologic IUH. Instantaneous Unit Hydrograph. Keywords Watersheds Runoff measurement.
- SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION
- STOCHASTIC PROCESSES
- NONLINEAR SYSTEMS
- SCALING FACTOR
- FREQUENCY RESPONSE
- Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology