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Data underlying the research of: Behind the scenes of streamflow model performance (Bouaziz et al. 2021, HESS)

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posted on 07.01.2021, 09:57 by Laurene BouazizLaurene Bouaziz, Fabrizio Fenicia, Guillaume Thirel, Tanja de Boer-Euser, Joost Buitink, Claudia Brauer, Jan De Niel, Benjamin Dewals, Gilles Drogue, Benjamin Grelier, Lieke Melsen, Sotirios Moustakas, Jiri Nossent, Fernando Pereira, Eric Sprokkereef, Jasper Stam, Albrecht Weerts, Patrick Willems, Hubert Savenije, Markus Hrachowitz
The data are the hydrological model results of 12 models calibrated to the Ourthe catchment at Tabreux in the Belgian Ardennes. It provides hourly modeled streamflow, states and fluxes results for a selection of feasible parameter sets applied to 5 catchments (Ourthe at Tabreux, Ourthe Orientale at Mabompré, Ourthe Occidentale at Ortho, Semois at Membre-Pont, Lesse at Gendron).

The models were calibrated by several institutes and universities working on the Meuse basin and gathering at the Meuse International Symposium in Liège.

The data were used for the study Behind the scenes of streamflow performance by Bouaziz et al., 2021, HESS.




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5 catchments of the Belgian Ardennes




TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Water Management, the Netherlands; Deltares, the Netherlands; Eawag, Switzerland; INRAE, France; Wageningen University and Research, the Netherlands; KU Leuven, Belgium; University of Liege, Belgium; Université de Lorraine, France; Flanders Hydraulic Research, Belgium; Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium; Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, the Netherlands.