Regional water resources management in the Andean region with numerical models and satellite remote sensing

M. Menenti, C.W.B. Mulders

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    Abstract

    This report describes the development and adaptation of distributed numerical simulation models of hydrological processes in complex watersheds typical of the Andean region. These distributed models take advantage of the synoptic capabilities of sensors on-board satellites and GIS procedures have been developed to handle model input data. Models describing groundwater flow, the interaction of surface and groundwater in irrigation and drainage systems and flow in open canals were modified to provide adetailed representation of hydrological processes in irrigated areas. Two classical watershed models were tested with negative results. A new distributed model of snowmelt runoff was improved by integrating it with GIS procedures for the efficient use ofdigital terrain models and multi-temporal satellite images. The validity of this solution was demonstrated by applying the model to three melt seasons.
    Original languageUndefined/Unknown
    Place of PublicationWageningen
    PublisherSC-DLO
    Number of pages134
    Publication statusPublished - 1999

    Publication series

    NameReport
    No.75.2

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    Menenti, M., & Mulders, C. W. B. (1999). Regional water resources management in the Andean region with numerical models and satellite remote sensing. (Report; No. 75.2). Wageningen: SC-DLO.
    Menenti, M. ; Mulders, C.W.B. / Regional water resources management in the Andean region with numerical models and satellite remote sensing. Wageningen : SC-DLO, 1999. 134 p. (Report; 75.2).
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