Katie van Werkhoven
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Comparing sensitivity analysis methods to advance lumped watershed model identification and evaluation
Y Tang, P Reed, T Wagener, K Van Werkhoven
2982007
Characterization of watershed model behavior across a hydroclimatic gradient
K van Werkhoven, T Wagener, P Reed, Y Tang
Water Resources Research 44 (1), 2008
2062008
Sensitivity-guided reduction of parametric dimensionality for multi-objective calibration of watershed models
K Van Werkhoven, T Wagener, P Reed, Y Tang
Advances in Water Resources 32 (8), 1154-1169, 2009
1752009
Advancing the identification and evaluation of distributed rainfall‐runoff models using global sensitivity analysis
Y Tang, P Reed, K Van Werkhoven, T Wagener
Water Resources Research 43 (6), 2007
1602007
A trading-space-for-time approach to probabilistic continuous streamflow predictions in a changing climate–accounting for changing watershed behavior
R Singh, T Wagener, K Werkhoven, ME Mann, R Crane
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 15 (11), 3591-3603, 2011
992011
Multiobjective sensitivity analysis to understand the information content in streamflow observations for distributed watershed modeling
T Wagener, K Van Werkhoven, P Reed, Y Tang
Water resources research 45 (2), 2009
822009
Rainfall characteristics define the value of streamflow observations for distributed watershed model identification
K van Werkhoven, T Wagener, P Reed, Y Tang
Geophysical research letters 35 (11), 2008
602008
Comparing sensitivity analysis methods to advance lumped watershed model identification and evaluation
T Tang, P Reed, T Wagener, K Van Werkhoven
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions 3 (6), 3333-3395, 2006
512006
Comparing sensitivity analysis methods to advance lumped watershed model identification and evaluation
T Tang, P Reed, T Wagener, K Van Werkhoven
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions 3 (6), 3333-3395, 2006
512006
Advances in the identification and evaluation of complex environmental systems models
T Wagener, P Reed, K Van Werkhoven, Y Tang, Z Zhang
Journal of Hydroinformatics 11 (3-4), 266-281, 2009
272009
Hydrological impacts of climate change in gauged and ungauged watersheds of the Olifants basin: a trading-space-for-time approach
R Singh, K van Werkhoven, T Wagener
Hydrological Sciences Journal 59 (1), 29-55, 2014
242014
A trading-space-for-time approach to probabilistic continuous streamflow predictions in a changing climate.
R Singh, T Wagener, K van Werkhoven, M Mann, R Crane
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences Discussions 8 (4), 2011
52011
Credibility of Hydrologic Models in the Context of Climate Change Impact Studies-A Case Study in the Olifants Basin, South Africa
T Wagener, K van Werkhoven, R Singh
EGUGA, 7484, 2010
12010
L11403-Rainfall characteristics define the value of streamflow observations for distributed watershed model identification (DOI 10.1029/2008GL034162)
K Werkhoven, T Wagener, P Reed, Y Tang
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (11), 2008
12008
Comparison of Parameter Sensitivity Analysis Methods for Lumped Watershed Model
Y Tang, PM Reed, T Wagener, K van Werkhoven
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2008: Ahupua'A, 1-8, 2008
12008
A robust decision making framework for identifying dominant controls on indicators of hydrologic alteration under environmental change
R Singh, T Wagener, K van Werkhoven, ME Mann, R Crane, L Ning
EGUGA, EGU2013-3628, 2013
2013
When does model parameter non-stationarity matter? Insights from the applications of a novel trading space-for-time framework across the US and South Africa
R Singh, K van Werkhoven, T Wagener, ME Mann, R Crane, L Ning
AGUFM 2012, H41D-1202, 2012
2012
Understanding the Dynamic Interaction between Precipitation and Distributed Watershed Model Behavior
T Wagener, PM Reed, JB Kollat, KL van Werkhoven
AGUFM 2010, H21H-06, 2010
2010
Is Simpler Better? A Visualization-based Exploration of How Parametric Screening Influences Problem Difficulty and Equifinality in Multiobjective Calibration
PM Reed, RL Urban, T Wagener, KL van Werkhoven
AGUFM 2009, H33F-0951, 2009
2009
Technical Notes-W02501-Multiobjective sensitivity analysis to understand the information content in streamflow observations for distributed watershed modeling (DOI 10.1029 …
T Wagener, K van Werkhoven, P Reed, Y Tang
Water Resources Research 45 (2), 2009
2009
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