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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Comparisons of the distributed hydrological models

Model Features Developer References
SWAT (Soil and Water Assessment Tool) Calculation based on each HRU(Hydrological Response Unit) of land use and soil and topography Agricultural Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (USDA ARS) Neitsch et al.(2002), Arnold et al.(1999)
SWAT-K Improvement of SWAT model for Korean characteristics Korea Institute of Construction and Transportation (KICT) KICT(2007), Kim et al.(2008), Kim et al.(2009)
MIKE-SHE(System Hydrologique European) A physically-based distributed tracking model that simulates all hydrological components of water cycle Abbott et al.(1986), DHI(1999) Abbott et al.(1986), Kim et al.(2007), Kim et al.(2020)
VfloTM Physically-based distributed model used mainly for flood estimation Oklahoma University Vieux(2004), Park and Kang(2006)
VELAS(Vegetation, land cover, and soil water dynamics) A simple hydrologic feedback model to simulate daily responses of hydrologic processes under various conditions of vegetation, land cover, and soil in a fully-distributed manner University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kongju National University, Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM) Park et al.(2013)
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