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The original Gash analytical model and the sparse Gash's model were combined to simulate rainfall interception losses from the top-and sub-canopy layers in Shaoshan evergreen forest located in central-south China in 2003. The total estimated interception loss from the two canopy layers was 334.1 mm with an overestimation of 39.8 mm or 13.5% of the total measured interception (294.3 mm). The simulated interception losses of the top-and sub-canopy suggested that the simulated interception lossesdoi:10.5194/hessd-2-1995-2005 fatcat:kixalx4vyfciniemeaggltmlnm