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Factors affecting the response of small watersheds to precipitation in humid areas

Factors affecting the response of small watersheds to precipitation in humid areas,J. D. Hewlett,A. R. Hibbert

Factors affecting the response of small watersheds to precipitation in humid areas   (Citations: 323)
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Published in 1967.
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    • ...The Rational Equation is often recommended for estimating design peak runoff from impervious areas (Guo 2001) and small (<40 ha) rural watersheds (Hewlett and Hibbert 1967, Hayes and Young, 2005), and is rarely used to predict direct runoff depth or volume (Debo and Reese 2003)...

    Xixi Wanget al. Development of a robust runoff-prediction model by fusing the Rational...

    • ...Events were defined from the onset and ending of quickflow, which is separated from the hydrograph using the approach of Hewlett & Hibbert (1967)...

    LR Basheret al. Sediment yield response to large storm events and forest harvesting, M...

    • ...Kinematic wave parameter optimization was conducted prior to calibration of the tank model parameters for the remaining hillslopes of FB. Base ow was separated from the runoff hydrographs to identify the overland ow portion of the hydrograph by projecting a linear separation of slope 2 m 3 h � 2 km � 2 (the same method used by Sidle et al. [2000]) from the onset of storm runoff [Hewlett and Hibbert, 1967], and slope of the overland ow ...
    • ...Response From Various Hydrogeomorphic Units [31] Observed responses from each hydrogeomorphic unit within catchment FB are shown for a series of storms in 1993 ranging from relatively dry to very wet antecedent conditions (Table 2 and Figure 9). Direct runoff was estimated by separating base ow using same method used by Sidle et al. [2000], i.e., the method of Hewlett and Hibbert [1967]...

    Roy C. Sidleet al. Development and application of a simple hydrogeomorphic model for head...

    • ...and WS10 flume were separated into quick flow (QF) and delayed flow using the Hewlett and Hibbert [1967] method byprojectingalinewithaconstantslopeof0.55Ls −1 km −2 h −1...
    • ...F/P) were determined by projecting a linear 0.55 L s −1 km −2 h −1 slope from the onset of storm runoff [Hewlett and Hibbert, 1967]...
    • ...Figure 3. (a) Quick flow ratios (QF/P) over time and (b) total storm precipitation and stormflow (as per Hewlett and Hibbert [1967]) relationships for the hillslope (squares) and WS10 (triangles)...
    • ...4.3. Transit Time as a Dynamic Connectivity Concept [45] The runoff response from WS10 is extremely rapid and appears to be among the highest quick flow ratios reported in the literature [Hewlett and Hibbert, 1967; Harr, 1977; McGlynn et al., 2002]...

    Kevin J. McGuireet al. Hydrological connectivity of hillslopes and streams: Characteristic ti...

    • ...The manual operation of recession curve displacement is a time-consuming and uncertain way (Nash, 1966; Hewlett and Hibbert, 1967; Anderson and Burt, 1980)...

    Ruirui Zhuet al. Estimation of groundwater residence time and recession rate in watersh...

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