The second version of the model, hereinafter simply MISDc (Brocca *et al.* 2013a), was used in this study for simulating continuous discharge time series at the closure section of the Seveso basin. The SWB component incorporates five parameters: *W _{max}* (maximum water capacity of the soil layer),

Table 1

Model component . | Parameter . | Description . | Unit . | Range . |
---|---|---|---|---|

SWB | W _{max} | Maximum water capacity of the soil layer | Mm | 100–1,000 |

K _{s} | Saturated hydraulic conductivity | mm h^{−1} | 0.01–20 | |

M | Drainage exponent | – | 5–60 | |

Nu | Fraction of drainage versus interflow | – | 0–1 | |

b | Correction factor for actual evapotranspiration | – | 0.4–2 | |

RR | Lag-time parameter | – | 0.5–6.5 | |

Initial abstraction coefficient | – | 0.0001–0.2 | ||

S _{r} | Parameter of S versus W(t) relationship | – | 1–4 |

Model component . | Parameter . | Description . | Unit . | Range . |
---|---|---|---|---|

SWB | W _{max} | Maximum water capacity of the soil layer | Mm | 100–1,000 |

K _{s} | Saturated hydraulic conductivity | mm h^{−1} | 0.01–20 | |

M | Drainage exponent | – | 5–60 | |

Nu | Fraction of drainage versus interflow | – | 0–1 | |

b | Correction factor for actual evapotranspiration | – | 0.4–2 | |

RR | Lag-time parameter | – | 0.5–6.5 | |

Initial abstraction coefficient | – | 0.0001–0.2 | ||

S _{r} | Parameter of S versus W(t) relationship | – | 1–4 |

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