EXP-HYDRO is a catchment scale hydrological model that operates at a daily time-step. It takes as inputs the daily values of precipitation, air temperature, and potential evapotranspiration, and simulates daily streamflow at the catchment outlet. This model was originally developed by Dr Sopan Patil in 2010 as part of his PhD research. Our research group continues its active development in both spatially lumped and spatially distributed configurations.
The source code of EXP-HYDRO is hosted on GitHub, and is available in both spatially lumped and distributed configurations. Its latest version can be downloaded from the links below. The model is written in Python programming language and has been tested using Python 2.7. A sample data set is also provided to quickly test the model code.
Download: http://sopanpatil.github.io/exp-hydro/ GitHub page: https://github.com/sopanpatil/exp-hydro
Please cite as:
Patil, S. and M. Stieglitz (2014) Modelling daily streamflow at ungauged catchments: What information is necessary?, Hydrological Processes, 28(3), 1159-1169, doi:10.1002/hyp.9660.
Please send any questions or bug reports to: Dr Sopan Patil (firstname.lastname@example.org)