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Chiara Corbari and Marco Mancini

comparison between simulated and observed discharges at available river cross sections, which are usually very few ( Rosso 1994 ; Rabuffetti et al. 2008 ). However, distributed models allow an internal validation, owing to their intrinsic structure ( Dooge 1986 ; Fawcett et al. 1995 ; Refsgaard and Knudsen 1996 ; Gupta et al. 1999 ), so that model internal processes and variables can be controlled in each pixel of the domain [e.g., soil moisture (SM), land surface temperature (LST), and

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Haolu Shang, Li Jia, and Massimo Menenti

to satellite microwave radiometric data. The objective of this paper is to study the inundation pattern in the up- and downstream area of the Poyang Lake floodplain in relation with the WSS and standing water area retrieved from passive microwave observations. Poyang Lake is the largest lake in the Yangtze River basin. As the major natural water reservoir of the Yangtze River basin, the inundation pattern of this floodplain has a significant influence on both local and downstream water resource

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Donghai Zheng, Rogier van der Velde, Zhongbo Su, Martijn J. Booij, Arjen Y. Hoekstra, and Jun Wen

1. Introduction High-altitude regions, such as the source region of the Yellow River (SRYR) in the northeastern part of the Tibetan Plateau, have seen recently a striking air and ground surface warming ( Zhao et al. 2004 ; Wang et al. 2008 ; Qin et al. 2009 ; Yang et al. 2011a ; Wu et al. 2012 ), accompanied with noticeable ecological and hydrological changes ( Wang et al. 2003 ; Yang et al. 2007 ; Yang et al. 2011b ; Zhou and Huang 2012 ). Heat flux exchanges at the land

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Gift Dumedah and Jeffrey P. Walker

brown earths, transitional red brown earth, sands over clay, and deep sands ( McKenzie et al. 2000 ; McKenzie and Hook 1992 ). Information in the Digital Atlas of Australian Soils shows that the dominant soil landscape is characterized by plains with domes, lunettes, and swampy depressions, divided by discontinuous low river ridges associated with prior stream systems ( McKenzie et al. 2000 ). The area is traversed with stream valleys, containing layered soil and sedimentary materials that are

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