The mathematical model METQ98 for runoff simulation is described. The METQ98 is developed from the model METUL (Krams and Ziverts 1993). Input data for the model are daily mean values of air temperature, precipitation and vapour pressure deficit. The spatial variability of surface processes is represented by dividing the river basin into hydrological response units (HRUs) depending on the land cover. The analysis of the model parameters is based on hydrological and meteorological data of the Vienziemite Brook basin. Also the influence of drainage on the model parameters is analysed. The results of application of the model to the Daugava River basin are presented.
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Research Article| April 01 1999
Mathematical Model of Hydrological Processes METQ98 and its Applications
A. Ziverts, I. Jauja; Mathematical Model of Hydrological Processes METQ98 and its Applications. Hydrology Research 1 April 1999; 30 (2): 109–128. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/nh.1999.0006
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