Computing water flow through complex landscapes, Part 3: Fill Spill Merge: Flow routing in depression hierarchies

Kerry L Callaghan
Kerry L Callaghan
Andrew D Wickert
Andrew D Wickert

Earth Surface Dynamics Discussions, pp. 1-22, 2020.

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Abstract:

Depressions – inwardly-draining regions – are common to many landscapes. When there is sufficient moisture, depressions take the form of lakes and wetlands; otherwise, they may be dry. Hydrological flow models used in geomorphology, hydrology, planetary science, soil and water conservation, and other fields often eliminate depressions thr...More

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