Chifflard P.,Vienna University of Technology |
Kirnbauer R.,Vienna University of Technology |
Zepp H.,Ruhr University Bochum |
Tilch N.,Geological Survey of Austria |
And 4 more authors.
IAHS-AISH Publication | Year: 2010
For a better understanding of spatio-temporal patterns of runoff generation, detailed process studies in three small catchments in low and high mountain ranges (Germany and Austria) have been carried out at different scales, using irrigation experiments, hydrometric, tracer hydrological, geoseismic and geoelectric methods. In the high mountain ranges, the spatial scales cover areas of 0.07 km 2 (gauge Limbergalm), 16 km 2 (gauge Rammern) and 150 km 2 (gauge Viehhofen). In the low mountain ranges, point scale measurements were linked with runoff data, measured at the catchment outlet (Obere Brachtpe, 2.5 km 2, and Bohläse, 0.7 km 2). The results provide the basis for a hydrological spatial delineation and process-orientated runoff modelling. Copyright © 2010 IAHS Press. Source