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Inclusion of flood diversion canal operation in the H08 hydrological model with a case study from the Chao Phraya River Basin – Part 1: Model development and validation
Abstract. Water diversion systems play crucial roles in assuaging flood risk by diverting and redistributing water within and among basins. For flood and drought assessments, including investigations of the effects of diversion systems on river discharge worldwide, the explicit inclusion of these systems into global hydrological models (GHMs) is essential. However, such representation remains in the pioneering stage because of complex canal operations and insufficient data. Therefore, wedoi:10.5194/hess-2021-532 fatcat:cgrz5fiknvclviv3lbd6g3yw6i