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Application and comparison of coaxial correlation diagram and hydrological model for reconstructing flood series under human disturbance
HUANG Peng-nian; LI Zhi-jia; LI Qiao-ling; ZHANG Ke; ZHANG Han-chen
Corresponding AuthorLI Qiao-ling
2016-07
Source PublicationJournal of Mountain Science
ISSN1672-6316
Volume13Issue:7Pages:1245-1264
Subtype期刊论文
AbstractIntense human activities have greatly changed the flood generation conditions in most areas of the world, and have destroyed the consistency in the annual flood peak and volume series. For design flood estimation, coaxial correlation diagram and conceptual hydrological model are two frequently used tools to adjust and reconstruct the flood series under human disturbance. This study took a typical mountain catchment of the Haihe River Basin as an example to investigate the effects of human activities on flood regime and to compare and assess the two adjustment methods. The main purpose is to construct a conceptual hydrological model which can incorporate the effects of human activities. The results show that the coaxial correlation diagram is simple and widely-used, but can only adjust the time series of total flood volumes. Therefore, it is only applicable under certain conditions (e.g. There is a strong link between the flood peaks and volumes and the link is not significantly affected by human activities). The conceptual model is a powerful tool to adjust the time series of both flood peak flows and flood volumes over different durations provided that it is closely related to the catchment hydrological characteristics, specifically accounting for the effects of human activities, and incorporating expert knowledge when estimating or calibrating parameters. It is suggested that the two methods should be used together to cross check each other.
KeywordFlood Regime Change Human Activities Coaxial Correlation Diagram Conceptual Hydrological Model Mountain Catchment Flood Peak Flows
DOI10.1007/s11629-015-3474-1
Indexed BySCI
Language英语
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imde.ac.cn/handle/131551/17263
CollectionJournal of Mountain Science_Journal of Mountain Science-2016_Vol13 No.7
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HUANG Peng-nian,LI Zhi-jia,LI Qiao-ling,et al. Application and comparison of coaxial correlation diagram and hydrological model for reconstructing flood series under human disturbance[J]. Journal of Mountain Science,2016,13(7):1245-1264.
APA HUANG Peng-nian,LI Zhi-jia,LI Qiao-ling,ZHANG Ke,&ZHANG Han-chen.(2016).Application and comparison of coaxial correlation diagram and hydrological model for reconstructing flood series under human disturbance.Journal of Mountain Science,13(7),1245-1264.
MLA HUANG Peng-nian,et al."Application and comparison of coaxial correlation diagram and hydrological model for reconstructing flood series under human disturbance".Journal of Mountain Science 13.7(2016):1245-1264.
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