Hydrologic Simulation Reference List


Linsley and Crawford, "Computation of a Synthetic Streamflow Record on a
Digital Computer", Int. Assoc. Sci. Hydrol. Publ. 51, pp. 526-538, 1960.

Crawford, N. H., "The Synthesis of Continuous Streamflow Hydrographs on
a Digital Computer", Ph. D. Thesis, Stanford Univ. Dept. of Civil Eng. , July 1962

Crawford and Linsley, The Synthesis of Continuous Streamflow
Hydrographs on a Digital Computer, Stanford Univ.,
Dept. Civ. Eng. Tech. Rep. 12
, 1962.

Crawford and Linsley, Digital Simulation in Hydrology: Stanford Watershed
Model IV, Stanford Univ. , Dept. Civ. Eng. Tech. Rep.
39
, 1966. (link to a pdf copy of this report, Stanford Model IV)  

Linsley, Kohler and Paulhus, Hydrology for Engineers, 2nd Ed., McGraw-Hill, pp 319-337

Anderson and Crawford, The Synthesis of Continuous Snowmelt Runoff
Hydrographs on a Digital Computer, Stanford Univ., Dept. Civ. Eng. Tech.
Rep. 36
, 1964.

Larson, A Two Phase Approach to the Prediction of Peak Rates and Frequencies
of Runoff for Small Ungaged Watersheds, Stanford Univ., Dept. Civ. Eng. Tech.
Rep. 53
, 1965.

Negev, Sediment Model on a Digital Computer, Stanford Univ., Dept. Civ.
Eng. Tech. Rep. 76
, 1967.

Anderson , "Development and Testing of Snow Pack Energy Balance
Equations", Water Resour. Res., vol. 4, pp. 19-37, February 1968.

Lumb, Hydrologic Effects of Rainfall Augmentation, Stanford Univ. ,
Dept. Civ. Eng. Tech. Rep. 116
, 1969.

Johanson, Precipitation Network Requirements for Streamflow Estimation,
Stanford Univ. Dept. Civ. Eng. Tech. Rep. 147, 1971.

Lundeen, The Use of Digital Simulation Models to Predict the Effects
of Vegetation Cover Change on Streamflow and Downstream Water Use,
Stanford Univ. Dept. Civ. Eng. Tech. Rep. 147, 1971.

Fleming, Deterministic Simulation in Hydrology, American Elsevier ,
New York
, 1974.

Linsley, Kohler, and Paulhus, Hydrology for Engineers, 2nd edition,
ch. 10, McGraw-Hill, 1975.

Lundeen, The Use of Digital Simulation Models to Predict the Effects of
Vegetation Cover Change on Streamflow and Downstream Water Use,
Stanford Univ. Dept. Civ. Eng. Ph.D. Dissertation,
1976.

Donigian, Davis, (Hydrocomp, Inc.), Users Manual for Agricultural
Runoff Management (ARM) Model,
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA-600/3-78-080, 1978.

Leytham, Johanson, (Hydrocomp, Inc.), Watershed Erosion and Sediment Transport Model , U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA-600/3-79-028, 1979.

Johanson, Imhoff, Davis, (Hydrocomp, Inc.), Users Manual for
Hydrological Simulation Program Fortran (HSPF),

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA-600/9-80-015, 1980.

Mariño, (Hydrocomp, Inc.), "The Seattle Forecast Model: A Tool for
Water Resources Management in the Seattle Area", ASCE National Conference
on Hydraulic Engineering and International Symposium
on Engineering Hydrology, July 1993.

Watershed Models, Edited by Vijay P. Singh and Donald K. Frevert, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, 2006

James, William "On Reasons Why Traditional Single-Valued, Single-Event Hydrology
(Traditional Design Storm Methodology) Has Become Simple-Minded, Dishonest and Unethical",
Paper C37, Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Dept., University of Guelph , Guelph , ON , Canada .

Advances in Modeling the Management of Stormwater Impacts, Edited by William James, Volume 5, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, 1996


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