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Evaluating the effect of partial contributing storage on the storage–discharge function from recession analysis
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Hydrograph recession during dry periods has been used to construct water storage–discharge relationships and to quantify storage dynamics and evaporation when streamflow data is available. However, variable hydrologic connectivity among hillslope–riparian–stream zones may affect the lumped storage–discharge relationship, and as a result, affect the estimation of evaporation and storage change. Given observations of rainfall and runoff, and remote-sensing-baseddoi:10.5194/hess-17-4283-2013 fatcat:33quf7vfk5fcfluru6umqjywai