This report presents essential elements of the history, design, implementation and results of the WMO project on the simulated real-time intercomparison of hydrological models. The aims of the project included a study to compare the abilities of both rainfall-runoff and snowmelt-runoff models to forecast stream flow under simulated real-time conditions and to report on case studies, thus offering guidance through demonstrations of the models' abilities in various situations. Fourteen models were used in the intercomparison which took place during a workshop held in Vancouver, Canada, in 1987.
Collection(s) and Series: WMO- No. 779; Operational hydrology report (OHR)- No. 38
Format: Digital (For fee), Hard copy
ISBN (or other code): 978-92-63-10779-4
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