A Stochastic Model of Throughfall for Extreme Events 23 a Stochastic Model of Throughfall for Extreme Events

@inproceedings{Keim2004ASM,
  title={A Stochastic Model of Throughfall for Extreme Events 23 a Stochastic Model of Throughfall for Extreme Events},
  author={Richard F. Keim and Arne E. Skaugset and Timothy E. Link and Andres Iroume},
  year={2004}
}
Although it is well known that forest canopies reduce the amount and intensity of precipitation at the ground surface, little is known about how canopy interception modifies extreme events. This research investigated the effects of forest cover on intensity-duration-frequency relationships using a stochastic model to extrapolate measured rainfall and throughfall to throughfall expected during extreme events. The model coupled a stochastic model of rainfall with stochastic representations of… CONTINUE READING

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