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mass balance paper, 2022, supplemental figures


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Created: Jul 26, 2022 at 6:05 a.m.
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DOI: 10.4211/hs.03b262396bd54486b7120c37905322e4
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Abstract

This repository holds supplemental figures for the paper "On Strictly Enforced Mass Conservation Constraints for Modeling the Rainfall-Runoff Process". These include distributions of event-based runoff ratios, scatter plots comparing event-based runoff ratios, initial (antecedent) flows, and rainfall totals, and hydrographs of every qualifying "event" that spans both Daymet and NLDAS forcing data.
Contents: 1) "hydrographs" is a directory with images showing hydrographs for every event in the record where the event criteria is met by both NLDAS and Daymet forcings coincidentally, 2) "basin_event_distributions_and_scatter_plots" is a directory with images showing distributions of runoff coefficients (runoff ratios) from 100 nearest-neighbour events; empirical membership values of potential runoff coefficients from nearest-neighbour storms based on Mahalabonis distances based on antecedent streamflow and rainfall total, and 3) "regional_q_q_plots" is a directory with images showing quantile-quantile plots of the percentile bins of the count of the events against the corresponding idealized percentile count. This is commonly referred to as a quantile-quantile plot. We then also plot the distance (and cumulative distance) of these quantiles from the one-to-one line.

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This resource updates and replaces a previous version Frame, J. M. (2022). mass balance paper, 2022, supplemental figures, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.78d924c88b584763900780b34489622c

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Frame, J. M. (2022). mass balance paper, 2022, supplemental figures, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.03b262396bd54486b7120c37905322e4

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