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Authors: Riegger, Johannes
Title: Quantification of drainable water storage volumes on landmasses and in river networks based on GRACE and river runoff using a cascaded storage approach - first application on the Amazon
Issue Date: 2020 Zeitschriftenartikel 1447-1465 Hydrology and earth system sciences 24 (2020), pp. 1447-1465
ISSN: 1607-7938
Abstract: The combined use of GRACE mass anomalies and observed river discharge for the first time allows us to quantify the water storage volumes drainable by gravity on global scales. Modelling of catchment and river network storages in a cascade with different dynamics reveals the time lag between total mass and runoff is caused by a non-zero river network storage. This allows catchment and river network storage volumes to be distinguished and is thus of great importance for water resources management.
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