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Historical development of rainfall‐runoff modeling

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Abstract Rainfall‐runoff models are used across academia and industry, and the number and type have proliferated over time. In this primer we briefly introduce the key features of these models and provide an overview of their historical development and drivers behind those developments. To complete the discussion there is a brief section on model choice including model intercomparison. We also seek to clarify jargon terms for readers new to this area. This article is categorized under: Science of Water > Hydrological Processes Science of Water > Methods
Time‐history of key developments in rainfall‐runoff models
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Number of discrete and continuous rainfall‐runoff models per decade sampled by time‐step (279 models). Ann: annual; Con: continuous; Dai; daily; Disc: discrete; Mon: monthly; sDai: subdaily
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