- Deconstructing the catchment (YouTube video)
- The Embedded Reservoir Model (YouTube video). On this I was maybe not clearly enough. ERM in itself is not clear on the fact that ERM is not a model in the traditional sense. It is actually the composition of four components. For instance, the runoff one is a simple non linear reservoir. Working with sim files, we can rearrange them also in different ways and obtain different "modelling solutions"
- TheNet3 Infrastructure (YoutTube Video)
- LUCA (YouTube video)
- Examples of Application
- The set of sim files and the Jupyter notebook are here
- The Python script by Christian Massari to create automatically the required subfolders. It is here.
Beven, K. (2012), Ranfall Runoff, the primer, Wiley-Blackwell
Rigon, R., Bancheri, M., Formetta, G., & de Lavenne, A. (2015). The geomorphological unit hydrograph from a historical-critical perspective. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, http://doi.org/10.1002/esp.3855
References besides the one already used
For seeing how to represent lumped hydrological models (you can give a look to this paper here)
Abera, W.W. (2016), Modelling water budget at a basin scale using JGrass-NewAge system. PhD thesis, University of Trento
Bancheri, Marialaura (2017) A flexible approach to the estimation of water budgets and its connection to the travel time theory. PhD thesis, University of Trento.
Formetta, Giuseppe (2013) Hydrological modelling with components: the OMS3 NewAge-JGrass system. PhD thesis, University of Trento.
Formetta, G., Antonello, A., Franceschi, S., David, O., & Rigon, R. (2014). Hydrological modelling with components: A GIS-based open source framework, 55(C), 190–200. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2014.01.019
Patta, C, Costruzione di un modello idrologico di stima della disponibilità idrica in area pedemontana, Tesi di laurea (in Italian), Politecnico di Torino, 2018
For open questions about rainfall-runoff see also the Meledrio Posts.