Temporal downscaling and statistical analysis of rainfall across a topographic transect in northwest Mexico

@inproceedings{Mascaro2014TemporalDA,
  title={Temporal downscaling and statistical analysis of rainfall across a topographic transect in northwest Mexico},
  author={Giuseppe Mascaro and Enrique R. Vivoni and David J. Gochis and Christopher John Watts and Julio C{\'e}sar Rodriguez},
  year={2014}
}
AbstractIn this study a temporal statistical downscaling scheme of rainfall is calibrated using observations from 2007 to 2010 at eight sites located along a 14-km topographic transect of 784 m in elevation in northwest Mexico. For this purpose, the rainfall statistical properties over a wide range of temporal scales (3 months–1 min) for the summer (July–September) and winter (November–March) seasons are first analyzed. Rainfall accumulation is found not to be significantly correlated with… CONTINUE READING

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