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Using multi-objective optimisation to integrate alpine regions in groundwater flow models

Journal article
Authors V. Rojanschi
J. Wolf
Roland Barthel
J. Braun
Published in Advances in Geosciences
Volume 5
Pages 19-23
ISSN 16807340 (ISSN)
Publication year 2005
Published at Department of Earth Sciences
Pages 19-23
Language en
Links www.adv-geosci.net/5/19/2005/adgeo-...
Keywords alpine environment, catchment, flow modeling, groundwater flow, multiobjective programming, optimization, river basin, Danube River, Eurasia, Europe
Subject categories Hydrology, Water in nature and society

Abstract

Within the research project GLOWA Danube, a groundwater flow model was developed for the Upper Danube basin. This paper reports on a preliminary study to include the alpine part of the catchment in the model. A conceptual model structure was implemented and tested using multi-objective optimisation analysis. The performance of the model and the identifiability of the parameters were studied. A possible over-parameterisation of the model was also tested using principal component analysis.

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