A network-indexbased version of TOPMODEL for use with high-resolution digital topographic data\ud

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Lane, S.N.; Brookes, C.J.; Kirkby, A.J.; Holden, J.;

This paper describes the preliminary development of a network index approach to modify and to extend the classic TOPMODEL. Application of the basic Beven and Kirkby (1979) form of TOPMODEL to high resolution (2.0 m) laser altimetric data (based upon the U.K. Environment... View more
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