This paper introduces the design of SHUD, from the conceptual and mathematical description of hydrological processes in a watershed to computational structures. To demonstrate and validate the model performance, we employ three hydrological experiments: the V-Catchment experiment, Vauclin's experiment, and a study of the Cache Creek Watershed in northern California, USA.
This project is the hydrologic modeling part of the project Model Integration through Knowledge-Rich Data and Process Composition.
Introduction of project
Overview of the use of artificial intelligence techniques to support model integration Tasks in hydrologic modeling The completed workflow of hydrologic modeling with PIHM model and national/global data services. Animation of flood plant in South Sudan from 2001 to 2017 based on FLDAS data.
Introduction of HYPERION The objective of HYPERION is the development of a comprehensive regional hydroclimate data assessment capability focused on feature-specific metrics and stakeholder-relevant outcomes. The secondary objective of this proposal is to leverage this assessment capability to improve our ability to predict these outcomes, by identifying the process-level drivers of outcome biases and evaluating the most appropriate and efficient ways to couple climate models, hydrologic models, and models of human impacts.
Introduction of project Location of Tikal Tasks in hydrologic modeling Land use map of Tikal Elevation of Tikal Accomplishment of the project keep updating
Introduction of project Tasks in hydrologic modeling Accomplishment of the project keep updating