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@report{chazotExplore2070Lot2012,
  title = {Explore 2070 - {{Lot Hydrologie}} de Surface - {{A2}} - {{Résultats}} : {{Fiches}}, {{Cartes}} et {{Graphes}}},
  author = {Chazot, Sébastien and Perrin, Charles and Vidal, Jean-Philippe and Sauquet, Eric and Chauveau, Mathilde and Rouchy, Nathalie},
  date = {2012-02-10},
  pages = {36},
  institution = {{Ministère de l'écologie, du développement durable, des transports et du logement}},
  file = {C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\S6GEGTKA\\Chazot et al. - 2012 - Explore 2070 - Lot Hydrologie de surface - A2 - Ré.pdf}
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@report{hydratecActualisationBaseDonnees2011a,
  title = {Actualisation de La Base de Données Des Débits Journaliers ‘Naturalisés’ - {{Phase}} 2.},
  author = {Hydratec},
  date = {2011},
  number = {26895 - LME/TL},
  pages = {31}
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@article{langdelusEtiagesDefinitionsHydrologique2011,
  title = {Les étiages : définitions hydrologique, statistique et seuils réglementaires},
  shorttitle = {Les étiages},
  author = {Lang Delus, Claire},
  date = {2011-11-30},
  journaltitle = {Cybergeo: European Journal of Geography},
  publisher = {{CNRS-UMR Géographie-cités 8504}},
  issn = {1278-3366},
  doi = {10.4000/cybergeo.24827},
  url = {https://journals.openedition.org/cybergeo/24827},
  urldate = {2022-01-07},
  abstract = {Dans un contexte où les pressions exercées sur les milieux aquatiques ne cessent d’augmenter, la connaissance des débits d’étiage constitue un enjeu majeur pour une gestion cohérente de la ressource en eau. En France, la loi sur l’eau de 1992 fixe le débit moyen mensuel minimum de l’année (QMNA) comme débit de référence pour les étiages, mais dans la pratique, cette valeur est largement complétée par d’autres indicateurs. Cet article propose une synthèse des définitions hydrologique et statistique de l’étiage, ainsi qu’un inventaire des différents seuils de référence fixés dans le cadre de la gestion de l’eau pendant les périodes de sécheresse.},
  langid = {french},
  keywords = {débit caractéristique d’étiage,étiage,impact anthropique,réglementation,ressources en eau,sécheresse,seuils,statistique},
  file = {C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\8SQ9UWXM\\Lang Delus - 2011 - Les étiages  définitions hydrologique, statistiqu.pdf}
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@article{leleuRefoundingNationalInformation2014,
  title = {Re-Founding the National Information System Designed to Manage and Give Access to Hydrometric Data},
  author = {Leleu, Isabelle and Tonnelier, Isabelle and Puechberty, Rachel and Gouin, Philippe and Viquendi, Isabelle and Cobos, Laurent and Foray, Anouck and Baillon, Martine and Ndima, Pierre-Olivier},
  date = {2014-02-01},
  journaltitle = {La Houille Blanche},
  volume = {100},
  number = {1},
  pages = {25--32},
  publisher = {{Taylor \& Francis}},
  issn = {0018-6368},
  doi = {10.1051/lhb/2014004},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.1051/lhb/2014004},
  urldate = {2021-05-31},
  keywords = {banque Hydro,base de données,data base,eau,hydrologie,hydrology,hydrométrie,hydrometry,information system,système d'information,water},
  annotation = {\_eprint: https://doi.org/10.1051/lhb/2014004},
  file = {C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\M5PLGR49\\Leleu et al. - 2014 - Re-founding the national information system design.pdf;C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\SWI2NVWP\\2014004.html}
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@thesis{nuneztorresSimulationBassinVersant2021,
  type = {other},
  title = {Simulation d'un bassin versant anthropisé à l'aide d'un modèle hydrologique semi-distribué : Le bassin de la Seine et ses réservoirs Rapport de stage ST5 -Polytech Sorbonne -1er septembre 2021},
  shorttitle = {Simulation d'un bassin versant anthropisé à l'aide d'un modèle hydrologique semi-distribué},
  author = {Nunez Torres, Laura},
  date = {2021-09-15},
  institution = {{PolyTech Sorbonne}},
  url = {https://hal.inrae.fr/hal-03359617},
  urldate = {2021-11-13},
  abstract = {Anticiper les risques hydrologiques et gérer les ressources en eau sont des actions qui nécessitent la mise en place d’outils de modélisation, dont notamment les modèles hydrologiques. Ces derniers nécessitent des données hydro-climatiques actuelles et/ou passées du bassin versant considéré afin de parvenir à simuler son comportement hydrologique. Pour cela, les modèles pluie-débit tentent de reconstituer fidèlement les composantes influençant l'hydrologie du bassin : le débit résulte en effet des précipitations, de l'évapotranspiration, des échanges avec la nappe et d'un temps de transfert, mais aussi, lorsque l'on prend en compte les usages, des prélèvements (eau potable, industrie, agriculture) et de la régulation effectuée par les barrages et réservoirs. Cette étude porte sur la prise en compte des retenues en eau au sein du bassin de la Seine. Ce stage a permis la mise en place d'une modélisation semi-distribuée afin de simuler le comportement hydrologique de ce bassin en intégrant l'influence des quatre principaux lacsréservoirs du bassin de la Seine. La modélisation semi-distribuée s'appuyant sur un maillage spatial basé sur des sous-bassins, il a tout d'abord été nécessaire de procéder à un découpage du bassin de la Seine. Un modèle hydrologique semi-distribué implémenté dans le package R airGR, développés par l'équipe HYDRO de l'unité de recherche HYCAR (INRAE Antony), a ensuite été appliqué à cet ensemble de sous-bassins. En effet, ils permettent de simuler les débits naturels. Le package airGRiwrm a quant à lui permis de prendre en compte les différentes influences humaines présentes sur le bassin. Enfin, une régularisation des paramètres obtenus lors du calage du modèle a été appliquée. Elle a consisté à déterminer, pour un bassin versant considéré, le bassin en amont le plus contributif en terme de débit et d'optimiser son jeu de paramètres afin de l'appliquer en entrée du modèle du bassin aval. Les principaux résultats montrent que la régularisation des paramètres, dont le but est de ne pas favoriser la performance aux dépends du réalisme des paramètres, n'apporte pas d'amélioration homogène de nos résultats, seuls les paramètres des bassins à l'aval semblent améliorés. La modélisation semi-distribuée sans régularisation donne quant à elle de meilleurs résultats, notamment concernant les valeurs de critère de performance, comparés à ceux obtenus avec une modélisation globale (i.e. non semi-distribuée). Des études plus approfondies mériteraient d'être menées afin de tester la robustesse du modèle semi-distribué utilisé dans cette étude, les résultats obtenus étant issus du calage des paramètres.},
  langid = {french},
  file = {C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\UCCQFXLX\\Nunez Torres - 2021 - Simulation d'un bassin versant anthropisé à l'aide.pdf;C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\L34BHRSQ\\hal-03359617v1.html}
}

@article{oudinWhichPotentialEvapotranspiration2005,
  title = {Which Potential Evapotranspiration Input for a Lumped Rainfall–Runoff Model?: {{Part}} 2—{{Towards}} a Simple and Efficient Potential Evapotranspiration Model for Rainfall–Runoff Modelling},
  shorttitle = {Which Potential Evapotranspiration Input for a Lumped Rainfall–Runoff Model?},
  author = {Oudin, Ludovic and Hervieu, Frédéric and Michel, Claude and Perrin, Charles and Andréassian, Vazken and Anctil, François and Loumagne, Cécile},
  date = {2005-03-01},
  journaltitle = {Journal of Hydrology},
  shortjournal = {Journal of Hydrology},
  volume = {303},
  number = {1},
  pages = {290--306},
  issn = {0022-1694},
  doi = {10.1016/j.jhydrol.2004.08.026},
  url = {https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022169404004056},
  urldate = {2021-11-24},
  abstract = {This research sought to identify the most relevant approach to calculate potential evapotranspiration (PE) for use in a daily rainfall–runoff model, while answering the following question: How can we use available atmospheric variables to represent the evaporative demand at the basin scale? The value of 27 PE models was assessed in terms of streamflow simulation efficiency over a large sample of 308 catchments located in France, Australia and the United States. While trying to identify which atmospheric variables were the most relevant to compute PE as input to rainfall–runoff models, we showed that the formulae based on temperature and radiation tend to provide the best streamflow simulations. Surprisingly, PE approaches based on the Penman approach seem less advantageous to feed rainfall–runoff models. This investigation has resulted in a proposal for a temperature-based PE model, combining simplicity and efficiency, and adapted to four rainfall–runoff models. This PE model only requires mean air temperature (derived from long-term averages) and leads to a slight but steady improvement in rainfall–runoff model efficiency.},
  langid = {english},
  keywords = {Parsimony,Potential evapotranspiration,Rainfall–runoff modelling,Sensitivity analysis},
  file = {C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\9ENK4C92\\Oudin et al. - 2005 - Which potential evapotranspiration input for a lum.pdf}
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@report{soubeyrouxNouvellesProjectionsClimatiques2020,
  title = {Les nouvelles projections climatiques de référence DRIAS 2020 pour la métropole},
  author = {Soubeyroux, Jean-Michel and Bernus, Sébastien and Corre, Lola and Drouin, Agathe and Dubuisson, Brigitte and Etchevers, Pierre and Gouget, Viviane and Josse, Patrick and Kerdoncuff, Maryvonne and Samacoits, Raphaëlle and Tocquer, Flore},
  date = {2020},
  pages = {98},
  institution = {{Météo France}},
  url = {http://www.drias-climat.fr/document/rapport-DRIAS-2020-red3-2.pdf},
  langid = {french},
  file = {C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\D7FZ2YZ4\\Soubeyroux et al. - 2020 - Les nouvelles projections climatiques de référence.pdf}
}

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@article{terrierStreamflowNaturalizationMethods2020,
  title = {Streamflow Naturalization Methods: A Review},
  shorttitle = {Streamflow Naturalization Methods},
  author = {Terrier, Morgane and Perrin, Charles and de Lavenne, Alban and Andréassian, Vazken and Lerat, Julien and Vaze, Jai},
  options = {useprefix=true},
  date = {2020-11-26},
  journaltitle = {Hydrological Sciences Journal},
  shortjournal = {Hydrological Sciences Journal},
  pages = {1--25},
  issn = {0262-6667, 2150-3435},
  doi = {10.1080/02626667.2020.1839080},
  url = {https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02626667.2020.1839080},
  urldate = {2021-01-06},
  abstract = {Over the past few decades, several naturalization methods have been developed for removing anthropogenic influences from streamflow time series, to the point that naturalized flows are often considered true natural flows in many studies. However, such trust in a particular naturalization method does not expose the assumptions underlying the method, nor does it quantifies the associated uncertainty. This review provides an overview of streamflow naturalization approaches. The terminology associated with naturalization is discussed, and a classification of naturalization methods according to their data requirements and main assumptions is proposed. A large set of studies developing or applying naturalization methods are reviewed, and the main challenges associated with the methods applied are assessed. To give a more concrete example, a focus is made on studies conducted in France over the last decade, which applied naturalization methods to estimate water extraction limits in rivers.},
  langid = {english},
  file = {C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\6KKQ9H7A\\Terrier et al. - 2020 - Streamflow naturalization methods a review.pdf}
}

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@article{verfaillieMethodADAMONTV12017,
  title = {The Method {{ADAMONT}} v1.0 for Statistical Adjustment of Climate Projections Applicable to Energy Balance Land Surface Models},
  author = {Verfaillie, Deborah and Déqué, Michel and Morin, Samuel and Lafaysse, Matthieu},
  date = {2017-11-24},
  journaltitle = {Geoscientific Model Development},
  volume = {10},
  number = {11},
  pages = {4257--4283},
  publisher = {{Copernicus GmbH}},
  issn = {1991-959X},
  doi = {10.5194/gmd-10-4257-2017},
  url = {https://gmd.copernicus.org/articles/10/4257/2017/},
  urldate = {2021-11-29},
  abstract = {{$<$}p{$><$}strong class="journal-contentHeaderColor"{$>$}Abstract.{$<$}/strong{$>$} We introduce the method ADAMONT v1.0 to adjust and disaggregate daily climate projections from a regional climate model (RCM) using an observational dataset at hourly time resolution. The method uses a refined quantile mapping approach for statistical adjustment and an analogous method for sub-daily disaggregation. The method ultimately produces adjusted hourly time series of temperature, precipitation, wind speed, humidity, and short- and longwave radiation, which can in turn be used to force any energy balance land surface model. While the method is generic and can be employed for any appropriate observation time series, here we focus on the description and evaluation of the method in the French mountainous regions. The observational dataset used here is the SAFRAN meteorological reanalysis, which covers the entire French Alps split into 23 massifs, within which meteorological conditions are provided for several 300 m elevation bands. In order to evaluate the skills of the method itself, it is applied to the ALADIN-Climate v5 RCM using the ERA-Interim reanalysis as boundary conditions, for the time period from 1980 to 2010. Results of the ADAMONT method are compared to the SAFRAN reanalysis itself. Various evaluation criteria are used for temperature and precipitation but also snow depth, which is computed by the SURFEX/ISBA-Crocus model using the meteorological driving data from either the adjusted RCM data or the SAFRAN reanalysis itself. The evaluation addresses in particular the time transferability of the method (using various learning/application time periods), the impact of the RCM grid point selection procedure for each massif/altitude band configuration, and the intervariable consistency of the adjusted meteorological data generated by the method. Results show that the performance of the method is satisfactory, with similar or even better evaluation metrics than alternative methods. However, results for air temperature are generally better than for precipitation. Results in terms of snow depth are satisfactory, which can be viewed as indicating a reasonably good intervariable consistency of the meteorological data produced by the method. In terms of temporal transferability (evaluated over time periods of 15 years only), results depend on the learning period. In terms of RCM grid point selection technique, the use of a complex RCM grid points selection technique, taking into account horizontal but also altitudinal proximity to SAFRAN massif centre points/altitude couples, generally degrades evaluation metrics for high altitudes compared to a simpler grid point selection method based on horizontal distance.{$<$}/p{$>$}},
  langid = {english},
  file = {C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\632RTVSW\\Verfaillie et al. - 2017 - The method ADAMONT v1.0 for statistical adjustment.pdf;C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\ISRZINHK\\2017.html}
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@article{vidal50yearHighresolutionAtmospheric2010,
  title = {A 50-Year High-Resolution Atmospheric Reanalysis over {{France}} with the {{Safran}} System},
  author = {Vidal, Jean-Philippe and Martin, Eric and Franchistéguy, Laurent and Baillon, Martine and Soubeyroux, Jean-Michel},
  date = {2010},
  journaltitle = {International Journal of Climatology},
  volume = {30},
  number = {11},
  pages = {1627--1644},
  issn = {1097-0088},
  doi = {10.1002/joc.2003},
  url = {https://rmets.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/joc.2003},
  urldate = {2021-05-20},
  abstract = {The assessment of regional climate change requires the development of reference long-term retrospective meteorological datasets. This article presents an 8-km-resolution atmospheric reanalysis over France performed with the the Safran-gauge-based analysis system for the period 1958–2008. Climatological features of the Safran 50-year analysis—long-term mean values, inter-annual and seasonal variability—are first presented for all computed variables: rainfall, snowfall, mean air temperature, specific humidity, wind speed and solar and infrared radiation. The spatial patterns of precipitation, minimum and maximum temperature are compared with another spatialization method, and the temporal consistency of the reanalysis is assessed through various validation experiments with both dependent and independent data. These experiments demonstrate the overall robustness of the Safran reanalysis and the improvement of its quality with time, in connection with the sharp increase in the observation network density that occurred in the 1990s. They also show the differentiated sensitivity of variables to the number of available ground observations, with precipitation and air temperature being the more robust ones. The comparison of trends from the reanalysis with those from homogenized series finally shows that if spatial patterns are globally consistent with both approaches, care must be taken when using literal values from the reanalysis and corresponding statistical significance in climate change detection studies. The Safran 50-year atmospheric reanalysis constitutes a long-term forcing datasets for land surface schemes and thus enables the simulation of the past 50 years of water resources over France. Copyright © 2009 Royal Meteorological Society},
  langid = {english},
  keywords = {atmospheric reanalysis,climatology,France,high resolution,trends,validation},
  annotation = {\_eprint: https://rmets.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/joc.2003},
  file = {C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\54M9KGRN\\Vidal et al. - 2010 - A 50-year high-resolution atmospheric reanalysis o.pdf;C\:\\Users\\david.dorchies\\Zotero\\storage\\R88PXXHQ\\joc.html}
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