Performance of DRAINWAT model in assessing the drainage discharge from a small watershed in the Po Valley (Northern Italy)

  • Authors: Borin, Maurizio; Bisol, Tomaso; Amatya, Devendra M.
  • Publication Year: 2010
  • Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
  • Source: XVIIth World Congress of the International Commission of Agricultural Engineering. Quebec City, Canada: Canadian Society for Bioengineering. 3p.

Abstract

The performance of DRAINWAT, a DRAINMOD based-watershed scale hydrology model, in predicting the water discharge was assessed in a small basin in Northern Italy during 2002-2005. DRAINWAT slightly unpredicted (4%) the total stream drainage flow respect the measured data (549 mm), in calibration (2002-04). The underprediction was 11% in 2004-05 validation period, when snowfall occurred in winter time.

  • Citation: Borin, Maurizio; Bisol, Tomaso; Amatya, Devendra M. 2010. Performance of DRAINWAT model in assessing the drainage discharge from a small watershed in the Po Valley (Northern Italy). XVIIth World Congress of the International Commission of Agricultural Engineering. Quebec City, Canada: Canadian Society for Bioengineering. 3p.
  • Keywords: DRAINWAT, basin discharge, calibration, validation, North Italy
  • Posted Date: June 29, 2010
  • Modified Date: June 29, 2010
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