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Evaluation of regional flood frequency analysis with a region of influence approach
A novel approach to regional flood frequency analysis is presented and evaluated. The technique is referred to as the region of influence approach in that every site can have a potentially unique set
Review of surrogate modeling in water resources
Two broad families of surrogates namely response surface surrogates, which are statistical or empirical data‐driven models emulating the high‐fidelity model responses, and lower‐f fidelity physically based surrogates which are simplified models of the original system are detailed in this paper.
Hydrological trends and variability in the Liard River basin / Tendances hydrologiques et variabilité dans le basin de la rivière Liard
Abstract Abstract A study of the trends and variability of hydrological variables was conducted for natural streamflow gauging stations within the Liard River basin in northern Canada. Trends were
An appraisal of the “region of influence” approach to flood frequency analysis
Abstract Regional flood frequency entails the pooling of data from sites within a defined region to enhance the estimation of at-site quantiles. Conventional regionalization techniques normally
Detection of trends in hydrological extremes for Canadian watersheds
The potential impacts of climate change can alter the risk to critical infrastructure resulting from changes to the frequency and magnitude of extreme events. As well, the natural environment is