# Parsimonious hydrological modeling of urban sewer and river catchments

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^{1}, Dario Del Giudice

^{2}, Mark Honti

^{1}, Andreas Scheidegger

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...Lumped modeling is particularly appropriate when a study focuses on outlet discharge and computation can be a limiting factor (Coutu et al., 2012)....

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^{1}, Anna E. Sikorska

^{2}, Andreas Scheidegger

^{2}, Kazimierz Banasik

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^{1}, Sylvain Coutu

^{2}, Jonas Margot

^{2}, Htet Kyi Wynn

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^{1}, Peter Reichert

^{1}, Vojtěch Bareš

^{2}, Carlo Albert

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### Cites background or methods from "Parsimonious hydrological modeling ..."

...These alternative hypotheses with increasing detail aim to represent the typical levels of complexity used in urban hydrological modeling (Coutu et al., 2012; Leitao et al., 2010)....

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...These parsimonious simulators (i.e. deterministic models) usually can be very rapidly calibrated, have easily identifiable parameters and can reproduce the hydrologic response of a simple system well (Coutu et al., 2012)....

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...deterministic models) usually can be very rapidly calibrated, have easily identifiable parameters and can reproduce the hydrologic response of a simple system well (Coutu et al., 2012)....

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...We selected a completely lumped approach as the simplest model, M1 (Coutu et al., 2012), a fullydetailed network modeling as the two most complex structures, M4 and M5, and two simplified network structures in between (Leitao et al., 2010)....

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...We selected a completely lumped approach as the simplest model, M1 (Coutu et al., 2012), a fullydetailed network modeling as the two most complex structures, M4 and M5, and two simplified network structures in between (Leitao et al....

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...…is computed through a modified version of the Blaney–Criddle equation (e.g., Doorenbos and Pruitt, 1975): ETmax ¼ aþ b½pð0:46Tþ 8:13Þ ; ð6Þ where a and b are fitting parameters and p is the mean annual percentage of daytime hours, which varies only with latitude (Allen et al., 1998)....

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...where a and b are fitting parameters and p is the mean annual percentage of daytime hours, which varies only with latitude (Allen et al., 1998)....

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