1. General Model Information

Name: DEEP PERCOLATION MODEL

Acronym: DEEP_PERCOLATION


Main medium: terrestrial
Main subject: hydrology
Organization level: landscape
Type of model: not specified
Main application:
Keywords: percolation, evaporation, evapotranspiration, transpiration, snowmelt, runoff, soil water budget, aquifer water budget

Contact:

Bauer,H.H.
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
1201 Pacific Avenue - Suite 600, Tacoma, WA 98402

Author(s):

Bauer, H.H., and J.J. Vaccaro

Abstract:

The Deep Percolation Model estimates on a daily-basis the long-term average ground-water recharge from precipitation. It has been developed to simulate the recharge in large areas with variable weather, soils, and land uses. The model incorporates areal distribution of precipitation, potential evapotranspiration, snow accumulation, evaporation and melt, interception by plant foliage and evaporation of intercepted moisture, surface runoff, soil moisture accumulation and evaporation, transference of unused energy, and plant transpiration. The minimum data sets required are daily values of precipitation and maximum and minimum air temperature, soil thickness, and available water capacity, soil texture, and land-use.

II. Technical Information

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III. Mathematical Information


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V. Further information in the World-Wide-Web

CSMOS model database

VI. Additional remarks


Last review of this document by: T. Gabele: Tue Oct 7 1997
Status of the document:
last modified by Tobias Gabele Wed Aug 21 21:44:41 CEST 2002

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