River Analysis and Climate Change: Continuous Prediction of Clay-Bed Erosion in Watts Creek

Colin Brennan
Predicted future precipitation is downscaled and used to drive a hydrologic model to assess future erosion potential in a semi-alluvial clay-bed watercourse, Watts Creek. The 21 km2 watershed is predominantly urban, with overall impervious cover of 22%, and the remaining land use split between agricultural and forested areas. Continuous simulations for the open water year, excluding spring freshet (April 1st to October 31st) were performed using the SWMHYMO (Stormwater Management Hydrologic Model) lumped hydrologic modelling...
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