Articles | Volume 24, issue 1
Research article
21 Jan 2020
Research article |  | 21 Jan 2020

Spatiotemporal assimilation–interpolation of discharge records through inverse streamflow routing

Colby K. Fisher, Ming Pan, and Eric F. Wood


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Short summary
Poorly monitored river flows in many regions of the world have been hindering our ability to accurately estimate global water usage. In this paper we present a method to derive continuous records of streamflow from a set of in situ gauges. Applying this method to the Ohio River basin, we found that we could reliably generate estimates of streamflow throughout the basin using only a small set of streamflow gauges, which can be useful for global river basins where we do not have good observations.