Articles | Volume 19, issue 10
Research article
29 Oct 2015
Research article |  | 29 Oct 2015

Process verification of a hydrological model using a temporal parameter sensitivity analysis

M. Pfannerstill, B. Guse, D. Reusser, and N. Fohrer


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To ensure reliable model results, hydrological processes have to be represented adequately in models. We present a framework that uses a temporal parameter sensitivity analysis and observed hydrological processes in the catchment to verify hydrological models. The framework is exemplarily applied to verify the groundwater structure of a hydrological model. The results show the appropriate simulation of all relevant hydrological processes in relation to processes observed in the catchment.