Robust and flexible hydroinformatics to account for rainfall space-time variability in a data-sparse region

Abstract : Rainfall is a major meteorological factor in water assessment in semi-arid basins. For mesoscale basins, the rainfall space-time variability is high and has a major influence on hydrological dynamics. A geomorphology-based rainfall-runoff approach is developed to account for rainfall space-time variability in a robust and flexible manner, according to changing available raingauging configurations. The approach is based on a two-step hydroinformatics protocol, firstly to analyse geomorphometry, and secondly to account for and benefit from available rainfall data.
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S. Chargui, Christophe Cudennec, M. Slimani, J.C. Pouget, J. Aouissi. Robust and flexible hydroinformatics to account for rainfall space-time variability in a data-sparse region. IAHS Publication Symposium HS.2 at the Joint IAHS & IAH Convention "New Approaches to Hydrological Prediction in Data-sparse Regions" Hyderabad, IAHS/AISH, pp.295-301, 2009. ⟨hal-00730068⟩

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