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Assimilation of remotely sensed latent heat flux in a distributed hydrological model \ Advances in water resources [Artikel]
Schuurmans, J.M. \ Troch, P.A. \ Veldhuizen, A.A. \ Bastiaanssen, W.G.M. \ Bierkens, M.F.P. \ 2003
This paper adresses the question whether remotely sensed data over a catchment can be used to improve water balance computations by the proces of data assimilation. The data used are from the Drentse Aa catchment
Real time forecasting of water table depth and soil moisture profiles \ Book of abstracts CAHMDA-II international workshop on the terrestrial water cycle: modeling and data assimilation across catchment scales : workshop held 25-27 October 2004 at Princeton University, New Jersey, USA [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Visser, A. \ Stuurman, R.J. \ Bierkens, M.F.P. \ 2004
A method is presented for online forecasting of water table depth and soil moisture profiles. The method combines a simple form of data assimilation with a moving window calibration of a deterministic model describing flow in the unsaturated zone as ...
Regionalised time series models for water table depths [Proefschrift]
Knotters, M. \ 2001
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