The hydrological effects of varying vegetation characteristics in a temperate water-limited basin: Development of the dynamic Budyko-Choudhury-Porporato (dBCP) model

Volume: 543, Pages: 595 - 611
Published: Dec 1, 2016
Abstract
Vegetation patterns are affected by water availability, which, in turn, influences the hydrological partitioning and regional water balance, especially in water-limited regions. Considering the important role of vegetation in partitioning the catchment water yield, the recently developed Budyko-Choudhury-Porporato (or BCP) model incorporated Porporato’s model of key ecohydrological processes into Choudury’s form of the Budyko hydroclimatic...
Paper Details
Title
The hydrological effects of varying vegetation characteristics in a temperate water-limited basin: Development of the dynamic Budyko-Choudhury-Porporato (dBCP) model
Published Date
Dec 1, 2016
Volume
543
Pages
595 - 611
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