IHACRES (Identification of unit Hydrographs and Component flows from Rainfall, Evaporation and Streamflow data)

HACRES is a catchment-scale rainfall-streamflow modelling methodology whose purpose is to characterise the dynamic relationship between rainfall and streamflow, using rainfall and temperature (or potential evaporation) data, and to predict streamflow.

catchmentrainfall-streamflowrainfalltemperatureevaporation

true

Contributor(s)

Initial contribute: 2019-12-17

Authorship

:  
Integrated Catchment Assessment and Management Centre, and Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, The Australian National University
:  
Integrated Catchment Assessment and Management Centre, and Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, The Australian National University
Is authorship not correct? Feed back

Classification(s)

Application-focused categoriesNatural-perspectiveLand regions

Detailed Description

English {{currentDetailLanguage}} English

Quoted from: https://toolkit.ewater.org.au/Tools/IHACRES 

Purpose

IHACRES is a catchment-scale rainfall-streamflow modelling methodology whose purpose is to characterise the dynamic relationship between rainfall and streamflow, using rainfall and temperature (or potential evaporation) data, and to predict streamflow.

The model can be applied over a range of spatial and temporal scales - from small experimental catchments to basins; using minute, daily or monthly timesteps. It can be used to fill gaps in data, extend streamflow records, as well as explore the impact of climate change and identify effects of land use changes.

IHACRES stands for Identification of unit Hydrographs And Component flows from Rainfall, Evaporation and Streamflow data.

Target user group

IHACRES is intended for scientists and practitioners who are interested in the development of predictive models of catchment runoff. It can be run in calibration or simulation mode and is suitable for operational, research and educational purposes.

Complexity

For operational and research uses, a sound working knowledge of hydrology is required. As an educational tool for exploring the performance and response characteristics of rainfall-runoff models, some knowledge of computer modelling is desirable.

Example applications

IHACRES has been successfully applied worldwide for catchments of different sizes and under different climate conditions (from 1 ha experimental catchments to 100,000 sq km catchments (the Thames River in the UK and the Avon River catchment in Western Australia)).

A number of worked examples are distributed with the product, including a calibrated model for the Murrindindi River catchment (104 sq km) in Victoria, Australia.

Overview of features, advantage and benefits

The earlier PC-WINDOWS version (IHACRES v1, now referred to as IHACRES Classic) has been extensively used in surface water hydrology applications. The core of the model consists of a non-linear loss module that converts rainfall into effective rainfall, and a linear routing module that converts effective rainfall into streamflow.

IHACRES v2 (known as IHACRES Classic Plus) is a (Java) re-development of IHACRES v1. It retains all the original features, plus:

  • extension of the original non-linear loss module to include ephemeral catchments (made by Ye et al, 1997)
  • extension of the linear routing module to include all possible second order transfer functions
  • a cross correlation tool
  • additional goodness of fit indicators
  • visualisation tools including zoomable and 3-D plots.

模型元数据

{{htmlJSON.HowtoCite}}

A.J.Jakeman, B.F.W.Croke (2019). IHACRES (Identification of unit Hydrographs and Component flows from Rainfall, Evaporation and Streamflow data), Model Item, OpenGMS, https://geomodeling.njnu.edu.cn/modelItem/25f64bb1-da7e-4e7a-a2a5-b50c27be01e7
{{htmlJSON.Copy}}

History

Last modifier
zhangshuo
Last modify time
2021-01-07
Modify times

Contributor(s)

Initial contribute : 2019-12-17

{{htmlJSON.CoContributor}}

Authorship

:  
Integrated Catchment Assessment and Management Centre, and Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, The Australian National University
:  
Integrated Catchment Assessment and Management Centre, and Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, The Australian National University
Is authorship not correct? Feed back

History

Last modifier
zhangshuo
Last modify time
2021-01-07
Modify times

QR Code

×

{{curRelation.overview}}
{{curRelation.author.join('; ')}}
{{curRelation.journal}}









{{htmlJSON.RelatedItems}}

{{htmlJSON.LinkResourceFromRepositoryOrCreate}}{{htmlJSON.create}}.

Drop the file here, orclick to upload.
Select From My Space
+ add

{{htmlJSON.authorshipSubmitted}}

Cancel Submit
{{htmlJSON.Cancel}} {{htmlJSON.Submit}}
{{htmlJSON.Localizations}} + {{htmlJSON.Add}}
{{ item.label }} {{ item.value }}
{{htmlJSON.ModelName}}:
{{htmlJSON.Cancel}} {{htmlJSON.Submit}}
名称 别名 {{tag}} +
系列名 版本号 目的 修改内容 创建/修改日期 作者
摘要 详细描述
{{tag}} + 添加关键字
* 时间参考系
* 空间参考系类型 * 空间参考系名称

起始日期 终止日期 进展 开发者
* 是否开源 * 访问方式 * 使用方式 开源协议 * 传输方式 * 获取地址 * 发布日期 * 发布者



编号 目的 修改内容 创建/修改日期 作者





时间分辨率 时间尺度 时间步长 时间范围 空间维度 格网类型 空间分辨率 空间尺度 空间范围
{{tag}} +
* 类型
图例


* 名称 * 描述
示例描述 * 名称 * 类型 * 值/链接 上传


{{htmlJSON.Cancel}} {{htmlJSON.Submit}}
Title Author Date Journal Volume(Issue) Pages Links Doi Operation
{{htmlJSON.Cancel}} {{htmlJSON.Submit}}
{{htmlJSON.Add}} {{htmlJSON.Cancel}}

{{articleUploading.title}}

Authors:  {{articleUploading.authors[0]}}, {{articleUploading.authors[1]}}, {{articleUploading.authors[2]}}, et al.

Journal:   {{articleUploading.journal}}

Date:   {{articleUploading.date}}

Page range:   {{articleUploading.pageRange}}

Link:   {{articleUploading.link}}

DOI:   {{articleUploading.doi}}

Yes, this is it Cancel

The article {{articleUploading.title}} has been uploaded yet.

OK
{{htmlJSON.Cancel}} {{htmlJSON.Confirm}}