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Stormwater/Watershed Runoff Model Comparison Studies

Stormwater/Watershed Runoff Model Comparison Studies

Stormwater/Watershed Runoff Model Comparison Studies

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In a previous thread, I made a post regarding differences in flow and volume estimates from stormwater runoff models. Some folks indicated this was helpful information which they had not seen before, so I am posting links to two studies on this matter. (One of these I posted previously).

Evaluation and Modification of Five Techniques for Estimating Stormwater Runoff for Watersheds in West-Central Florida (USGS Water-Resources Investigations Report 96-4158).
http://fl.water.usgs.gov/Abstracts/wri96_4158_trommer.html

Comparison of Nine Uncalibrated Runoff Models to Observed Flows in Two Small Urban Watersheds (P J Zarriello, 1998).
http://smig.usgs.gov/SMIG/features_0398/runoff.html

I hope that is helpful...

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tsgrue: site engineering, stormwater
management, landscape design, ecosystem
rehabilitation, mathematical simulation
http://hhwq.blogspot.com

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