«Water Balance Methodology for indirect assessment and prediction of basin water yield under human-induced land use changes N. V. PENKOVA & I. A. ...»
Numerous HWBMs runs for simulation of interannual soil moisture regime, showed that the semi-empirical models under development are highly sensitive and sufficiently rigorous. They enable the ecosystem (biogeocenosis, crop field) to be considered as an active component of the hydrometeorological system in an integrative manner, with generalization at a higher level of abstraction than the physical one, and giving the same status both to natural-climatic and anthropogenic (agrotechnology, irrigation, etc.) factors which are working in a feedback regime. The models may be recommended for incorporation into both the WBMs and into modern hydrological models of the distributed system type. Further differentiations are now being investigated to take account of combinations of a wider range of possible naturalclimatic and man-induced conditions for plant functioning, including hypothetical cases. The investigations are being fulfilled within the DSS-packages in order to incorporate additional models when they become available (including agricultural economics models which are equally important to improve land and water management in terms of a financial cost to the farmer and a cleaner environment).
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