WATFLOOD

WATFLOOD is a menu-driven micro-computer based flood forecasting system incorporating data management programs to enable real-time use of weather radar for flood forecasting.

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Quoted fromKouwen, Nick, Ric Soulis, Frank Seglenieks, Allyson Bingeman, and Bruce Davison. "An Introduction to WATFLOOD and WATCLASS." University of Waterloo Hydrology Lab, Waterloo, Ontario (2011). https://www.usask.ca/geography/MAGS/Events/Workshops/Model/WATFLOOD-WATCLASS.pdf 

WATFLOOD is a physically based, fast and robust model for computing various aspects of the water cycle. As with such models, it represents only a small part of the overall physical processes occurring in nature. The model is aimed at flood forecasting and long-term hydrologic simulation using distributed precipitation data from radar or numerical weather models. The processes modeled include interception, infiltration, evaporation, snow accumulation and ablation, interflow, recharge, baseflow, and overland and channel routing (Kouwen et al., 1993).  

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WATFLOOD team (2020). WATFLOOD , Model Item, OpenGMS, https://geomodeling.njnu.edu.cn/modelItem/fc6a72b4-e598-4875-80fd-03fbf30315f1
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