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Podstawy modelowania obszarów zasilania w zlewni

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Foundations of the contributing areas modeling in the basin
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A review of main approaches applied in rainfall-runoff modeling is presented. Chosen hydrodynamic and conceptual models are decribed. This paper stresses recently developed variable contributing areas concept. Assumptions of TOPMODEL and its modifications are introduced. Analytical presentation of topographical characteristics, regard of surface and subsurface runoff and sufficient results reported in literature suggest that this type of model could be a direction of further study.
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12
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s.139-155,wykr.,rys.,bibliogr.
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Bibliografia
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  • Anderson M. G., Burt T. P., (red.), 1985, Hydrological Forecasting, John Willey & Sons, Chichester.
  • Bernier P. Y., 1985, Variable source area, and storm-flow generation: An update of the concept and simulations efforts, J. Hydrol., 79.
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  • Beven K. J., Kirbkby M. J., 1979. A physically based, variable contributing area model of basin hydrology, Hydrol. Sciences Bull., 24.
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  • Homberger G. M., Beven K. J., Cosby B. J., Sappington D. E., 1985, Snenandoah Watershed Study: Calibration of a topography-based, variable contributing area hydrological model to a small forested catchment, Water Resour. Res., 21(12), s. 1841- 1850.
  • Kirkby M. J., (red.), 1978, Hillslope hydrology, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester.
  • Laat P. J. M. de, 1985, Model for unsaturated flow above a shallow water-table, applied to regional subsurface flow problem, PUDOC, Wageningen.
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  • O'Loughlin E.M., 1981, Saturation regions in catchment and their relations to soil and topographic properties, J.Hydrol., 53, S. 229-246.
  • Pearce A. J., Steward M. K., Sklash M. G., 1986, Storm runoff generation in humid headwater catchments, 1, Where does the water come from? Water Resour. Res., 22(8), s. 1263-1272.
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