Journal of Hydrology, ( ISI ), Volume (588), Year (2020-5)

Title : ( Budyko framework; towards non-steady state conditions )

Authors: Ameneh Mianabadi , Kamran Davary , Mohsen Pourreza-Bilondi , A.M.J. Coenders-Gerrits ,

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The Budyko framework was first developed to estimate actual evaporation as a function of precipitation and the aridity index at steady state conditions. Based on this framework, the water storage change in the watershed is assumed to be negligible at large spatial and temporal scales. However, steady state conditions are not valid for many watersheds worldwide or at finer temporal or spatial scales. Accordingly, the application of the Budyko framework has become challenging for these situations. Therefore, many researchers have tried to extend the Budyko framework for non-steady state conditions. The aim of this study is to provide a review of the extended equations and to discuss about using the Budyko framework in a changing world. While the extended equations are more complex than the original ones, they require less data. Thus, the Budyko framework, either the original or the extended can be a very useful tool for hydrological modeling with lots of applications, especially in data scarce regions.


, Budyko Aridity index Hydrological Modeling Anthropogenic Activities Non, steady state conditions
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author = {Mianabadi, Ameneh and Davary, Kamran and Mohsen Pourreza-Bilondi and A.M.J. Coenders-Gerrits},
title = {Budyko framework; towards non-steady state conditions},
journal = {Journal of Hydrology},
year = {2020},
volume = {588},
month = {May},
issn = {0022-1694},
keywords = {Budyko Aridity index Hydrological Modeling Anthropogenic Activities Non-steady state conditions},


%0 Journal Article
%T Budyko framework; towards non-steady state conditions
%A Mianabadi, Ameneh
%A Davary, Kamran
%A Mohsen Pourreza-Bilondi
%A A.M.J. Coenders-Gerrits
%J Journal of Hydrology
%@ 0022-1694
%D 2020