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TitleSuccesses and challenges from recent applications of an integrated, physically-based model of groundwater/surface water interactions
AuthorPaniconi, C; Sulis, M; Camporese, M; Rivard, CORCID logo
SourceGeoHydro Proceedings Papers 2011, 2011 p. 1-6
Alt SeriesEarth Sciences Sector, Contribution Series 20120297
MeetingGeoHydro2011, Congrès conjoint de la CANQUA et de l'AIH-CNC; Québec; CA; August 28-31, 2011
Mediaon-line; digital
File formatpdf
Subjectshydrogeology; groundwater; groundwater resources; aquifers; surface waters; models; modelling
Illustrationscross-sections; plots
ProgramGroundwater Geoscience, Aquifer Assessment & support to mapping
AbstractThere is a variety of models and modeling approaches currently in use to simulate the interactions between the different components of the hydrosphere (atmosphere, land surface, soil zone, aquifers, water bodies). Rigorous testing of available models is extremely important. In this paper we review some recent sensitivity tests, benchmark studies, and other applications conducted for a distributed-parameter, physically-based surface/subsurface model. This brief survey will highlight features and challenges related to this particular model formulation (that uses path-based runoff routing and boundary condition-based coupling) and will also address some broader issues in integrated hydrological modeling.

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