The role of rainfall spatial variability in estimating areal reduction factors

Volume: 568, Pages: 416 - 426
Published: Jan 1, 2019
Abstract
For the last several decades, great efforts have been put into converting point precipitation into mean areal precipitation in the design of hydraulic and hydrologic infrastructures. The ratio between point and areal precipitation, called the Areal Reduction Factor (ARF), has been identified to vary significantly depending on a variety of factors, with some factors remaining to be undiscovered. In this paper, we highlight the influence of...
Paper Details
Title
The role of rainfall spatial variability in estimating areal reduction factors
Published Date
Jan 1, 2019
Volume
568
Pages
416 - 426
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