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Structural analysis of hydrologic time series.
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Fort Collins: Colorado State University, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Vujica M Yevjevich; Colorado State University. Hydrology and Water Resources Program. Hydrologic Time Series Analysis.
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Feinberg, Yongli Gao, E. Calvin Alexander, Jr. Time series analysis accounts for the fact that data points taken over time may have an internal structure (such as autocorrelation, trend or seasonal variation) that should be accounted for. This section will give a brief overview of some of the more widely used techniques in the rich and rapidly growing field of time series modeling and analysis.
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Therefore, many hydrologists. Analysis of Hydrologic Time Series Reconstruction Uncertainty Due to Inverse Model Inadequacy Using the Laguerre Expansion Method Jiachuan He 1,2, Scott K.
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C. Quintela1 & C. Vaz3 1Instituto Superior Técnico, IST, Portugal 2Escola Superior de Tecnoclogia e Gestão de Beja, ESTIG, Portugal 3Engidro, Portugal Abstract Nowadays it is often mentioned that the Earth is already suffering from climate change effects: it is no longer a matter of future climate scenarios, but rather.In this series: 1 Perennial Ice and Snow Masses.
A Guide for Compilation and Assemblage of Data for a The Working Group also undertook a more concise analysis, in the form of synoptic tables, the hydrologic cy- cle.
20 6 24 2 2 1 10 1 - 4 10 17 15 3% 20 46 16 22 8 37 - - - 4- - .Hydrologic Time Series Analysis: Theory and Practice This book offers a comprehensive overview of Time series characteristics in hydrology.
Covers 31 statistical tests for determining Time series characteristics, includes stochastic models for Time series.