Transfer function-noise modeling in continuous time using predefined impulse functions \ Water resources research [Artikel]
Asmuth, J.R. \ Bierkens, M.F.P. \ Maas, C. \ 2002
Transfer Function-Noise (TFN) time series models are often used on many hydrologic variables, including time series of groundwater head. In this article RIPFICT models are presented. In the example application the performance of the PIRFICT model is ...
Practical use of analytically derived runoff models based on rainfall point processes \ Water resources research [Artikel]
Puente, C.E. \ Bierkens, M.F.P. \ Diaz - Granados, M.A. \ Dik, P.E. \ 1993
Inundation of a Dutch river polder, sensitivity analysis of a physically based inundation model using historic data \ Water resources research [Artikel]
Hesselink, A.W. \ Stelling, G.S. \ Kwadijk, J.C.J. \ Middelkoop, H. \ 2003
The inundation model Delft flooding system was applied to simulate the historical flood of 1805 in the area Land van Maas en Waal
Hydrogeochemistry of the shallow Dutch groundwater : interpretation of the national groundwater quality monitoring network \ Water resources research [Artikel]
Frapporti, G. \ Vriend, S.P. \ 1993
Block hydraulic conductivity of cross-bedded fluvial sediments \ Water resources research [Artikel]
Bierkens, M.F.P. \ Weerts, H.J.T. \ 1994
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