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Effect of Dam Construction on Lake Urmia: Time Series Analysis of Water Level via ARIMA

  title={Effect of Dam Construction on Lake Urmia: Time Series Analysis of Water Level via ARIMA},
  author={Maryam Ghashghaie and Hamed Nozari},
  journal={Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology},
Lake Urmia is one of the water bodies that face severe drought conditions nowadays. Therefore, the present study aimed to study monthly time series of the lake water level. Modeling the series was accomplished in two ways. First, all data were used to analyze the water level time series of the lake. Although the results of generating were quite well, the results of validity test were not satisfying. Second, only water level data after the year 1995 were used, which showed a continuously… 

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