Surface processess modelling

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
143YMPP Z,ZK 6 3P+2C Czech
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Department of Landscape Water Conservation

Getting in the principles of mathematical modeling within watershed management. There will be presented two up to three mathematical simulation models (depending on progress of the work within the seminars)of rainfall-runoff relations, soil erosion and sediment transport and possibly also concentrated flow within the channel.


no prerequisites

Syllabus of lectures:


Hydrological balance and the formation of surface runoff

Processes influencing the formation of surface runoff

Impacts of surface runoff (on-site and offsite)

Empirical models and physically based models I

Empirical models and physically based models II

Input data for modelling processes in small catchments

Precipitation data

Initial condition and implications for the hydrological response in small catchments

Options for monitoring and monitoring surface processes

Seasonal cycle of agriculture and implications for R-R

Long-term balance models

Syllabus of tutorials:

The content of the exercises is given on the pages of the course


Study Objective:

To provide ability of the students in the field of mathematical modeling in watershed management.

Study materials:

!Strauss, P., Pitty, J., Pfeffer, M., Mentler, A. (2000): Rainfall Simulation for Outdoor Experiments.In: Jamet,P., Cornejo, J.:Current research methods to assess the environmental fate of pesticides:329-333

!Singh, P. V. − Surendra, K. M. Soil Conservation Sevice Curve Number (SCS-CN) Methodology, Kluwer Acade-mic Reserved, 2003, ISBN 1−4020−1132−6

!Kavka, P., Jeřábek, J. and Landa, M. (2022) ‘SMODERP2D-Sheet and Rill Runoff Routine Validation at Three Scale Levels’, Water 2022, Vol. 14, Page 327, 14(3), p. 327. doi: 10.3390/W14030327.75

?Maindonald J.H., Braun J. Data Analysis and Graphics Using R - An Example-Based Approach, 3rd edn, Cambridge University Press, 2010.

?Pandey, A., Himanshu, S. K., Mishra, S. K., & Singh, V. P. (2016). Physically based soil erosion and sediment yield models revisited. Catena, 147, 595–620. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2016.08.002

?Schmidt, J. − Werner, M. − Michael, A. EROSION 2D/3D − Ein Computermodell zur Simulation der Bodene-rosion durch Wasser. Sächsische Landesanstalt für Landwirtschft, Sächsische Landesamt für Umwelt und Geologie. Freiberg, 1996.

?Uživatelské manuály příslušných SW (SMODERP, E3D, produkty ESRI, atp.)

Further information:
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Data valid to 2024-06-16
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