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Streamflow Simulation for the Yellow River Basin Using RIEMS and LRM


doi: 10.1007/BF02690799

  • The streamflow over the Yellow River basin is simulated by using the high-resolution RegionalIntegrated Environmental Model System (RIEMS), and an off-line Large-scale Routing Model (LRM).The RIEMS was designed and has been developed by the Global Change System for Analysis, Researchand Training Regional Center for Temperate East Asia (START/TEA) since 1991 and has a good capabilityto simulate the regional climate of East Asia. The LRM is based on the assumption of linearity and timeinvariance and can calculate the horizontal travel of water. The RIEMS-LRM allows the direct comparisonof predicted and observed streamflow data for large-scale rivers. The application of the RIEMS-LRM tothe upper reaches of the Yellow River verifies that the coupled model system has the capability to simulatethe streamflow over a large-scale river. Furthermore, the paper discusses the reasons leading to simulation errors.
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Manuscript received: 10 May 2003
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Streamflow Simulation for the Yellow River Basin Using RIEMS and LRM

  • 1. Global Change System for Analysis, Research and Training Regional Center for Temperate East Asia, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029,Global Change System for Analysis, Research and Training Regional Center for Temperate East Asia, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029,Global Change System for Analysis, Research and Training Regional Center for Temperate East Asia, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029,Global Change System for Analysis, Research and Training Regional Center for Temperate East Asia, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029,Global Change System for Analysis, Research and Training Regional Center for Temperate East Asia, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029,Hydrological Bureau, Yellow River Conservancy Commission, Zhengzhou 450000,Hydrological Bureau, Yellow River Conservancy Commission, Zhengzhou 450000

Abstract: The streamflow over the Yellow River basin is simulated by using the high-resolution RegionalIntegrated Environmental Model System (RIEMS), and an off-line Large-scale Routing Model (LRM).The RIEMS was designed and has been developed by the Global Change System for Analysis, Researchand Training Regional Center for Temperate East Asia (START/TEA) since 1991 and has a good capabilityto simulate the regional climate of East Asia. The LRM is based on the assumption of linearity and timeinvariance and can calculate the horizontal travel of water. The RIEMS-LRM allows the direct comparisonof predicted and observed streamflow data for large-scale rivers. The application of the RIEMS-LRM tothe upper reaches of the Yellow River verifies that the coupled model system has the capability to simulatethe streamflow over a large-scale river. Furthermore, the paper discusses the reasons leading to simulation errors.

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