SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Mathematical modeling of watershed hydrology 
Authors:Singh, V.P. and D.A. Woolhiser 
Journal:Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 
Volume (Issue):7(4) 
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Broad Application Category:review/history 
Primary Application Category:model and/or data comparison 
Secondary Application Category:none 
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Abstract:Mathematical modeling of watershed hydrology is employed to address a wide spectrum of environmental and water resources problems. A historical perspective of hydrologic modeling is provided, and new developments and challenges in watershed models are discussed. These include data acquisition by remote sensing and space technology, digital terrain and elevation models, chemical tracers, geographic information and data management systems, topographic representation, upscaling of hydrologic conservation equations, spatial variability of hydraulic roughness, infiltration and precipitation, spatial and temporal scaling, model calibration, and linking with water quality models. Model construction, calibration, and data processing have received a great deal of attention, while model validation, error propagation, and analyses of uncertainty, risk, and reliability have not been treated as thoroughly. Finally, some remarks are made regarding the future outlook for watershed hydrology modeling. 
Keywords:Hydrologic models; Watersheds; Geographic information systems; Remote sensing; Risk; Reliability.