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A dynamic continental runoff routing model applied to the last Northern Hemisphere deglaciation
Geoscientific Model Development
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> We describe and evaluate a dynamical continental runoff routing model for the Northern Hemisphere that calculates the runoff pathways in response to topographic modifications due to changes in ice thickness and isostatic adjustment. The algorithm is based on the steepest gradient method and takes as simplifying assumption that depressions are filled at all times and water drains through the lowest outlet points. It also considers changes in water storage and lakedoi:10.5194/gmd-5-599-2012 fatcat:hagocaticnh3je5ygz6mernpvi