Coupled Routing and Excess STorage (CREST)

About the CREST Model

The CREST model is a distributed hydrological model running at fine resolution (<=1 km) over large basin area. Only versions 2.13.0 are archived in this website. For earlier versions, please visit here.



Journal Articles & Book Chapters

[1] Shen, Xinyi, Yang Hong, Ke Zhang, and Zengchao Hao. “Refining a distributed linear reservoir routing method to improve performance of the CREST model.” Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 22, no. 3 (2016): 04016061, DOI: 10.1061.

[2] Shen, X., Y. Hong, K. Zhang, Z. Hao, and D. Wang. “CREST v2. 1 Refined by a Distributed Linear Reservoir Routing Scheme.” InĀ AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. 2014.

[3] Shen, Xinyi, Yang Hong, Emmanouil N. Anagnostou, Ke Zhang, and Zengchao Hao. “Chapter 7 An Advanced Distributed Hydrologic Framework.” Hydrologic Remote Sensing: Capacity Building for Sustainability and Resilience (2016): 127.

Conference/Meetings Presentations

[1] R. Lazin, K. He, X. Shen & E. Anagnostou, “Evaluation of CREST-SVAS Land Surface Process”, HDR Meeting on Jan 2, 2020.

[2] R. Lazin, X. Shen, M. Koukoula, Z. Dokou, E. Nikolopoulos, & E. Anagnostou, “Evaluation of Hyper-Resolution Model Derived Water Budget Components Over the Upper Blue Nile“, AGU Fall Meeting 2018, D.C.

[3] X. Shen, Y. Hong, K. Zhang and H. Vergara, “CREST v2.1 Refined by a Distributed Linear Reservoir Routing Scheme“, AGU Fall Meeting 2014, San Francisco.