Articles | Volume 369
Proc. IAHS, 369, 81–86, 2015
Proc. IAHS, 369, 81–86, 2015

  11 Jun 2015

11 Jun 2015

The effect on river discharge estimation by considering an interaction between land surface process and river routing process

K. Yorozu and Y. Tachikawa

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Short summary
In this study, a distributed hydrologic model considering the interaction between flow routing and land surface processes was developed, and its effect on river discharge estimation was investigated. The results of this study suggest that considering hydrologic interaction in a numerical model could affect both flood and drought estimation.