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behavorialin that they reproduce daily streamflow acceptably well according to Nash-Sutcliffe, percent bias and coefficient of determination. However, the total volumetric ET difference resulting from simulated brush management remains highly uncertain after conditioning to daily streamflow, indicating that streamflow data alone are not sufficient to inform the model inputs that most influence the simulated outcomes of brush management. Additionally, the reduced-parameterization model grossly underestimates uncertainty in the total volumetric ET difference compared to the full-parameterization model; total volumetric ET difference is a primary metric for evaluating the outcomes of brush management. The failure of the reduced-parameterization model to provide robust uncertainty estimates demonstrates the importance of parameterization when attempting to quantify uncertainty in land-use change simulations.
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