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Title:Runoff simulations on the macroscale with the ecohydrological model SWIM in the Elbe Catchment—validation and uncertainty analysis 
Authors:Hatterman, F.F., M. Wattenbach, V. Krysanova and F. Wechsburg 
Journal:Hydrological Processes 
Volume (Issue):19(3) 
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Broad Application Category:hydrologic only 
Primary Application Category:calibration, sensitivity, and/or uncertainty analysis 
Secondary Application Category:hydrologic assessment 
Watershed Description:80,256 km^2 portion of the Elbe River, located in the eastern part of Germany. 
Calibration Summary:1981-88 (12 subwatersheds): daily E = .61 - .89 monthly E = .66 to .94 
Validation Summary:1981-88 (4 subwatersheds): daily E = .72 - .92 monthly E = .81 to .94? 
General Comments:Daily and monthly graphical comparisons are reported for selected subwatersheds. Graphical results of measured versus simulated water table levels are also shown for one subwatershed. A sensitivity analysis was also performed that consisted of 500 Monte Carlo simulations based on a latin cube method. 
Keywords:macroscale hydrological validation; ecohydrological model; groundwater dynamics; sensitivity; uncertainty