Impact of radar‐rainfall error structure on estimated flood magnitude across scales: An investigation based on a parsimonious distributed hydrological model
The goal of this study is to diagnose the manner in which radar‐rainfall input affects peak flow simulation uncertainties across scales. We used the distributed physically based hydrological model CUENCAS with parameters that are estimated from available data and without fitting the model output to discharge observations.
Cunha, L.K., P.V. Mandapaka, W.F. Krajewski, R. Mantilla, and A.A. Bradley. “Impact of Radar Rainfall Error Structure on Estimated Flood Magnitude Across Scales: An Investigation Based on a Parsimonious Distributed Hydrological Model,” Water Resources Research, 48, 10, W10515, 2012.