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airGR and airGRteaching: Two Open Source Tools for Rainfall-Runoff Modeling and Teaching Hydrology

Author(s): Olivier Delaigue; Guillaume Thirel; Laurent Coron; Pierre Brigode

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Keywords: Hydrological modeling -- open source -- rainfall-runoff models -- visual interface

Abstract: In this paper, we present two R packages, airGR and airGRteaching, which are aimed at hydrological modeling. These two open-source packages allow for undertaking simplified simulations of surface flows on river catchments, based on lumped rainfall-runoff models that require few input data. airGR can be used for engineering, research and education purposes and is well indicated for experiments on large sample datasets. airGRteaching is an add-on to airGR and is especially dedicated to education, since one of its functionalities provides an interface on which parameters and models fluxes can be easily understood through an interactive visualization. airGRteaching also contains simplified functions that require less programming from users but do not allow for some more advanced experiments.


Year: 2018

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