I have blogged previously about disinformation and discharge as a virtual variable but have now visited the very heart of the matter in a peer review of a manuscript for a prestigious journal. The experience was not pleasant. My perspective, coming from a hydrometric background, was quite different than the other two anonymous reviewers who, I would guess, probably have academic backgrounds. I strongly objected to the use of discharge data that were clearly unfit for purpose. Key conclusions depended on these data to separate hydrologic from hydraulic influences on stage response. My objections led to two major revisions of … Read More
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