Talk:Hydrological transport model

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I have made a redirect from "River flow model" to Hydrological transport model. I believe the first title is nicer than the second and the article may be moved to there with in inverse redirect. R.J.Oosterbaan (talk) 18:40, 17 August 2008 (UTC)

I still favour merging with Runoff model. The problem as I see it is that many models are both runoff models and hydrological transport models, eg HBV.Babakathy (talk) 08:50, 18 August 2008 (UTC)
Discussion continued on Talk:Runoff model‎, OK? R.J.Oosterbaan (talk) 19:38, 18 August 2008 (UTC)

I inserted mention of early work (1) by U.S.Corps of Engineers (Columbia, Missouri and Ohio Rivers) and (2) that was directed by advisers to Sudanese Government regarding the Nile. Also, I fine tuned the mention of the Stanford work, to allow for the existence of the earlier work, that certainly got prominence in the U.S. by mention in book published by Harvard University Press on the Design of Water Resource Systems. Claiming allowance for ALL sub-models is a bit optimistic -- in the Nile simulation we had to impose restrictions to avoid (simulated) flooding of 6th century Coptic churches on islands in Lake Tana. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Michael P. Barnett (talkcontribs) 19:44, 25 November 2010 (UTC)