Viville, Daniel and Drogue, Gilles and Probst, Anne and Ladouche, Bernard and Idir, Samir and Probst, Jean-Luc and Bariac, Thierry Hydrological behaviour of the granitic Strengbach catchment (Vosges massif, Eastern France) during a flood event. (2010) In: Status and perspectives of hydrology in small basins, 30 mars - 02 Avril 2009, Goslar-Hahnenklee, Germany. (Unpublished)
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A field campaign combining monitoring devices and determination of isotopes and chemical elements has been performed during a summer thunderstorm in the small granitic Strengbach catchment (Vosges, France). The collected ground data were used in a hydrological modelling exercise including two conceptual rainfallrunoff models (GR4, TOPMODEL). The predominant role in flood generation of pre-event water coming from the superficial layers of the water saturated area has been shown and a conceptual scheme has been proposed derived from the field observations. The two tested modelling structures and assumptions are not able to take into account fully the complexity of the physical processes involved in flood generation.
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