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Nonparametric Approach for Estimating Return Periods of Droughts in Arid Regions
Droughts cause severe damage in terms of both natural environments and human lives, and hydrologists and water resources managers are concerned with estimating the relative frequencies of these
Hydrological Modeling and Evaluation of Rainwater Harvesting Facilities: Case Study on Several Rainwater Harvesting Facilities in Korea
In this study, a hydrological analysis of rainwater harvesting facilities was conducted using a model based on the IHACRES model. Using this model, the rainfall, rainfall loss, inflow to the storage
Effect of zero measurements on the spatial correlation structure of rainfall
In this study, the effect of zero measurements on the spatial correlation function of rainfall is analyzed for the quantification of a rainfall field. The use of a bivariate mixed distribution
Sampling error of areal average rainfall due to radar partial coverage
Areal average rainfall is important as it is used as an input for most rainfall-runoff analysis in Hydrology and Water Resources. Different from traditional methods of using rain gauge data, the use
Use of mixed bivariate distributions for deriving inter‐station correlation coefficients of rain rate
Even though rain rate is notorious for its spatial and temporal intermittency, its effect on the second‐order statistics of rain rate, especially the inter‐station correlation coefficients, has not
Stochastic multi-site generation of daily rainfall occurrence in south Florida
This paper presents a stochastic model to generate daily rainfall occurrences at multiple gauging stations in south Florida. The model developed in this study is a space–time model that takes into
Influence of climate variation on seasonal precipitation in the Colorado River Basin
This study analyzed the influence of large-scale climate pattern on precipitation in the Colorado River Basin. Large-scale climatic oscillations, like ENSO, PDO, NAO, and the global warming trend are
Rainfall frequency analysis using a mixed GEV distribution: a case study for annual maximum rainfalls in South Korea
Extreme rainfalls in South Korea result mainly from convective storms and typhoon storms during the summer. A proper way for dealing with the extreme rainfalls in hydrologic design is to consider the
Effect of Rainfall Temporal Distribution on the Conversion Factor to Convert the Fixed-Interval into True-Interval Rainfall
AbstractIn this study, the Weiss approach to derive the CF (the conversion factor to convert the fixed-interval annual maximum rainfall into the true-interval one) was examined and revised to