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|Title:||Continuous rainfall simulation: estimation at ungauged locations|
|Citation:||Proceedings of H2009: 32nd Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, Newcastle : Adapting to change, 30 November - 3 December, 2009, Newcastle: pp.1040-1049|
|Conference Name:||Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium (32nd : 2009 : Newcastle, New South Wales)|
|S. Westra and A. Sharma|
|Abstract:||Continuous simulation of extended rainfall sequences is becoming an increasingly important tool in rainfall-runoff modelling and design flood estimation. Recently, a nonparametric approach has been developed in which continuous (sub-daily) rainfall fragments are conditioned to daily rainfall on the current day and the rainfall state (wet or dry) on adjacent days using a k-nearest neighbour conditional resampling algorithm, with this method performing well in simulating both Intensity-Frequency-Duration characteristics and antecedent moisture when tested in Sydney, Australia. A limitation of this approach, however, is that extended pluviograph records at the location of interest are required, limiting applicability to only a small number of locations across Australia where such records are available.|
|Description:||Invalid ISBN as printed on the published item: 97808258259461|
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|Appears in Collections:||Civil and Environmental Engineering publications|
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