Hydrological And Shallow Flow Modeling: Solutions Converge
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Daniel Caviedes-Voullième is a PhD researcher at Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus - Senftenberg | BTU.

"I currently works at Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus - Senftenberg. My research is focused in the fields of Computational Ecohydrology, Computational Hydraulics and Computational Fluid Dynamics. I am currently working on a number of projects which attempt to bring robust numerical methods to efficiently solve physically-based mathematical models, into practice in Ecohydrology, to tackle complex multiscale ecohydrological and hydromorphological problems."


Hydrological And Shallow Flow Modeling: Solutions Converge

Hydrological modeling is at the core of many environmental, agricultural, and engineering applications, research, and practices. Decision-making on managing our water resources has become increasingly model-based and with this, we need to be able to assess errors and uncertainties using hydrological models. These models have been developed to understand and predict how precipitation in a catchment is partitioned into different conceptual hydrological components (surface, subsurface, water storage in canopies, ponds, etc). Early efforts of model development focussed on physical-based descriptions of...

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