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Assessing Snowmelt Runoff: a Comprehensive Review of Snowmelt Runoff Model

EasyChair Preprint no. 12136

6 pagesDate: February 15, 2024


The purpose of this review study is to assess how well the WinSRM (Snowmelt Runoff Model) simulates runoff from melting, which is important for hydrological forecasting and water resource management. By thoroughly examining the current literature and case studies, we evaluate the advantages, disadvantages, and suitability of WinSRM for a range of environmental circumstances. We draw attention to the model's ability to accurately represent important hydrological processes, including runoff production, infiltration, and snowmelt and accumulation. In addition, we go over the lessons learned from case studies carried out in different areas, which help to clarify the model's dependability and its consequences for water resource management plans. All things considered, this study offers scholars, professionals, and decision-makers engaged in hydrological modeling and management insightful information.

Keyphrases: hydrological modeling, snow cover, Snowmelt runoff, Snowmelt Runoff Model, WinSRM

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  author = {Ravichandu Munnangi and Himanshu Meena},
  title = {Assessing Snowmelt Runoff: a Comprehensive Review of Snowmelt Runoff Model},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 12136},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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