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M.L. Kavvas
M.L. Kavvas
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis
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A review of hillslope and watershed scale erosion and sediment transport models
H Aksoy, ML Kavvas
Catena 64 (2-3), 247-271, 2005
5032005
Coupling HEC-HMS with atmospheric models for prediction of watershed runoff
ML Anderson, ZQ Chen, ML Kavvas, A Feldman
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 7 (4), 312-318, 2002
2402002
Spatial averaging of unsaturated flow equations under infiltration conditions over areally heterogeneous fields: 1. Development of models
ZQ Chen, RS Govindaraju, ML Kavvas
Water Resources Research 30 (2), 523-533, 1994
1871994
A stochastic cluster model of daily rainfall sequences
ML Kavvas, JW Delleur
Water Resources Research 17 (4), 1151-1160, 1981
1761981
Applicability of St. Venant equations for two-dimensional overland flows over rough infiltrating surfaces
G Tayfur, ML Kavvas, RS Govindaraju, DE Storm
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 119 (1), 51-63, 1993
1691993
On the diffusion wave model for overland flow: 1. Solution for steep slopes
RS Govindaraju, SE Jones, ML Kavvas
Water Resources Research 24 (5), 734-744, 1988
152*1988
Watershed environmental hydrology (WEHY) model based on upscaled conservation equations: hydrologic module
ML Kavvas, ZQ Chen, C Dogrul, JY Yoon, N Ohara, L Liang, H Aksoy, ...
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 9 (6), 450-464, 2004
1232004
Nonlinear hydrologic processes: Conservation equations for determining their means and probability distributions
ML Kavvas
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 8 (2), 44-53, 2003
1182003
Daily precipitation modeling by discrete autoregressive moving average processes
TJ Chang, ML Kavvas, JW Delleur
Water Resources Research 20 (5), 565-580, 1984
1111984
Stochastic models for monthly rainfall forecasting and synthetic generation
JW Delleur, ML Kavvas
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 17 (10), 1528-1536, 1978
1081978
Physically based estimation of maximum precipitation over American River watershed, California
N Ohara, ML Kavvas, S Kure, ZQ Chen, S Jang, E Tan
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 16 (4), 351-361, 2011
1012011
An evaluation of the practicality and complexity of some rainfall and runoff time series models
JW Delleur, PC Tao, ML Kavvas
Water Resources Research 12 (5), 953-970, 1976
931976
A regional-scale land surface parameterization based on areally-averaged hydrological conservation equations
ML Kavvas, ZQ Chen, L Tan, ST Soong, A Terakawa, J Yoshitani, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 43 (4), 611-631, 1998
881998
Precipitation analysis, modeling, and prediction in hydrology
KP Georgakakos, ML Kavvas
Reviews of Geophysics 25 (2), 163-178, 1987
871987
Approximate analytical solutions for overland flows
RS Govindaraju, ML Kavvas, SE Jones
Water resources research 26 (12), 2903-2912, 1990
841990
On the stochastic theory of solute transport by unsteady and steady groundwater flow in heterogeneous aquifers
ML Kawas, A Karakas
Journal of hydrology 179 (1-4), 321-351, 1996
801996
Physical basis for a time series model of soil water content
MB Parlange, GG Katul, RH Cuenca, ML Kavvas, DR Nielsen, M Mata
Water resources research 28 (9), 2437-2446, 1992
761992
Future climate change impact assessment of watershed scale hydrologic processes in Peninsular Malaysia by a regional climate model coupled with a physically-based hydrology modelo
MZM Amin, AJ Shaaban, A Ercan, K Ishida, ML Kavvas, ZQ Chen, S Jang
Science of the Total Environment 575, 12-22, 2017
722017
Generalized Fick's law and fractional ADE for pollution transport in a river: detailed derivation
S Kim, ML Kavvas
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 11 (1), 80-83, 2006
722006
Dynamics of moving boundary overland flows over infiltrating surfaces at hillslopes
RS Govindaraju, ML Kavvas
Water Resources Research 27 (8), 1885-1898, 1991
721991
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