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Are stochastic point rainfall models able to preserve extreme flood statistics?

(2010) HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES. 24(23). p.3439-3445
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SIMULATION, PDM, RECTANGULAR PULSE MODEL

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Verhoest, Niko, Sander Vandenberghe, P Cabus, C Onof, T Meca-Figueras, and S Jameleddine. 2010. “Are Stochastic Point Rainfall Models Able to Preserve Extreme Flood Statistics?” Hydrological Processes.
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Verhoest, N., Vandenberghe, S., Cabus, P., Onof, C., Meca-Figueras, T., & Jameleddine, S. (2010). Are stochastic point rainfall models able to preserve extreme flood statistics? HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES.
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Verhoest N, Vandenberghe S, Cabus P, Onof C, Meca-Figueras T, Jameleddine S. Are stochastic point rainfall models able to preserve extreme flood statistics? HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES. 2010. p. 3439–45.
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Verhoest, Niko, Sander Vandenberghe, P Cabus, et al. “Are Stochastic Point Rainfall Models Able to Preserve Extreme Flood Statistics?” HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES 2010 : 3439–3445. Print.
@misc{1091178,
  author       = {Verhoest, Niko and Vandenberghe, Sander and Cabus, P and Onof, C and Meca-Figueras, T and Jameleddine, S},
  issn         = {0885-6087},
  keyword      = {SIMULATION,PDM,RECTANGULAR PULSE MODEL},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {23},
  pages        = {3439--3445},
  series       = {HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES},
  title        = {Are stochastic point rainfall models able to preserve extreme flood statistics?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/hyp.7867},
  volume       = {24},
  year         = {2010},
}

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