The distributed Geomorphology-Based Ecohydrological Model (GBEHM) is a spatially distributed model for large-scale river basins. It employs geomorphologic properties to reduce the lateral two dimensions into one dimension for flow routing within a subcatchment, which greatly improves computational efficiency while retaining the spatial heterogeneity in water flow paths at the basin scale.
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