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  1. I am currently undertaking some overland modelling on a relative large rural catchment. The flows calculated are quite large. I have played around with initial loss = 20mm and continuing loss = 2mm/h. However, I am wondering if there is a standard based on soil types in the UK I can refer to and more accurately represent initial and continuing losses or indeed if there are any best practices I can refer to. I understand that other software (i.e. Floodflow and InfoWorks) have the Old and New UK runoff models built in but I don’t have access to these models. Your help would be much appreciated. Many thanks. Siripen
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