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Development of a Hydraulic and Hydrologic Analysis Model for the Recovery of Ecological Connectivity at an Isolated Space of a Stream
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  • Journal title : Ecology and Resilient Infrastructure
  • Volume 3, Issue 1,  2016, pp.1-7
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Ecology and Infrastructure Engineering
  • DOI : 10.17820/eri.2016.3.1.001
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Development of a Hydraulic and Hydrologic Analysis Model for the Recovery of Ecological Connectivity at an Isolated Space of a Stream
Lee, Jin Woo; Chegal, Sun dong; Kim, Chang Wan;
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River restoration has recently progressed in consideration of ecological functions along with flood controls and conservation. For river restorations that consider ecological health and diversity, it is important to contemplate the recovery of hydraulic and hydrologic connectivity in isolated spaces by longitudinal structures. In this study, as a first step for the provision of hydraulic and hydrologic data, which is necessary for the ecological connection analysis in isolated spaces, we developed a one-dimensional numerical model for rainfall runoff and channel routing and applied it to the Cheongmi watershed. The developed numerical model can simulate hydraulic and hydrologic analysis at the same time using the rainfall data. Numerical results were compared with observed data and other numerical results. As a result, a very reasonable agreement is observed. The results of this study will be improved so that the long-term hydrologic and hydraulic analysis is possible to predict ecological change.
Channel routing;Longitudinal structure;Numerical model;River restoration;Runoff;
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