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Volume 2, Issue 1 (2013) 2013 Open Water Symposium, Brussels Belgium

Articles

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H2PL: A New Open Source Library for Hydrological Modeling
Khodayar Abdollahi, Okke Batelaan, and Marijke Huysmans

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Python package for model STructure ANalysis (pySTAN)
S. Van Hoey, Johannes van der Kwast, I Nopens, and P. Seuntjens

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Software tools for rapid integrated model setup
Gennadii Donchyts and Bert Jagers

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The “ACRONET paradigm”, an “open hardware” project
Adriano Fedi, Daniele Ferrari, Marco Lima, Fabio Pintus, Cosimo Versace, and Giorgio Boni

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Integrating open hardware and software: An ocean drifter prototype
M. Alvarez, D. Ochoa, L. Dominguez, J. Cruz, J. Rivera, G. Sacarelo, and R. Carrillo

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Trace metal transport modeling using OpenMI: a case study of Zenne river, Brussels Belgium
Chrismar Punzal, Narayan Kumar Shrestha, Olkeba Tolessa Leta, Bruno De Fraine, Ann van Griensven, Marc Elskens, and Willy Bauwens

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Using the finite volume method for generalized approach of catchment models
Ina Plesca, Philipp Kraft, Hans-Georg Frede, and Lutz Breuer

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Recent developments of the SWIM eco-hydrological model to site-specific characteristics of large basins
Stefan Liersch, Hagen Koch, Shaoshun Huang, Tobias Vetter, Fred F. Hattermann, and Valentina Krysanova

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Linked Hydraulic and Impact models in the DRIHM project
J. Lhomme, P. Cleverley, D Kelly, M. Wetton, M. Panzeri, and Q. Harpham

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CMF - An open source hydrological modelling toolkit
Philipp Kraft, Hans-Georg Frede, and Lutz Breuer

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A reference database with transient river and drain boundary conditions for Modflow
Foncke Koen, De Sutter Renaat, Bronders Jan, Hendrix Rik, Haest Pieter Jan, Johan Lermytte, and Andy Louwyck

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On the necessity of a Joint Open Environment for operational hydrology across Europe
Thomas Vansteenkiste, Joost Dewelde, Willem Defloor, Neel Devroede, and Kris Cauwenberghs

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REACHER: a Decision Support Tool to Evaluate Scenarios of Measures for the Reduction of Pollution fluxes
J. van der Kwast, S. Yalew, S. Broekx, P. J. Haest, P. Seuntjens, S. Jesenska, C. Carpentier, L. Blaha, J. Boucard, J. Slobodník, L. Bastiaens, and A. Van Griensven

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Development of a Spatial Data Infrastructure for the water sector of Benin
J. van der Kwast, D. van den Bergh, D. Mama, P. Hounkpe, and J. de Schutter

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State of R in Hydrological Modelling
J. A. Torres and E. Pebesma

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The impact of considering different sources of uncertainty on a SWAT model parameter distributions and model outputs: the River Zenne (Belgium) case study
Olkeba Tolessa Leta, Jiri Nossent, Carlos Velez, Narayan Kumar Shrestha, Ann van Griensven, and Willy Bauwens

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LakeMIP Kivu: Evaluating the representation of a large, deep tropical lake by a set of 1-dimensional lake models
W. Thiery, V. M. Stepanenko, X. Fang, K. D. Jöhnk, Z. Li, A. Martynov, M. Perroud, Z. M. Subin, F. Darchambeau, D. Mironov, and N. P. M. van Lipzig

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Advanced Catalog Service for Sharing Data and Application models in a River Basin
Aklilu Dinkneh Teklesadik, Ann van Griensven, and Carlos Velez

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The Importance of Open Data and Software for Large Scale Hydrological Modelling
L. Strömbäck, B. Arheimer, G. Lindström, C. Donnelly, D. Gustafsson, K. Isberg, I. Pechlivanidis, J. Andersson, and C. Pers

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Development of a stream water temperature model as a component model for OpenMI based integrated modelling of river Zenne, Belgium.
Narayan Kumar Shrestha, Olkeba Tolessa Leta, Jiri Nossent, Ann van Griensven, and Willy Bauwens

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Stepping towards open source hydrological modeling: problems and prospects
Kazi Rahman, Nicolas Ray, Gregory Giuliani, Rocio Escobar, Gissela Girón, Julia Schwank, Chris George, and Anthony Lehmann