3 edition of **Frequency and risk analyses in hydrology** found in the catalog.

Frequency and risk analyses in hydrology

G. W. Kite

- 385 Want to read
- 39 Currently reading

Published
**1988**
by Water Resources Publications in Littleton, Colo., U.S.A
.

Written in English

- Flood forecasting -- Mathematical models.,
- Flood forecasting -- Data processing.,
- Distribution (Probability theory)

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographies.

Statement | by G.W. Kite. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | GB1399.2 .K57 1988 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | vi, 257 p. : |

Number of Pages | 257 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2063076M |

ISBN 10 | 0918334640 |

LC Control Number | 88050265 |

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sing: hydrology. Probability distributions in groundwater hydrology, • Modeling streamflow variability, • Flood frequency analysis and low flows and droughts, • Probabilistic models for urban stormwater management, • Analysis of water quality random variables, • Multivariate frequency distributions in hydrology, and • Hydrologic record events.

i) Collection of hydrological data from hydrological year-books compiled by NIWA, lokoja Nigeria, for flood frequency analyses and development of rating curves,8 ii) Hydrographic and bathymetric surveys were also conducted in compliance with BSB Once a current meter has been selected and a cross-section for discharge measurement. The notion of using risk analysis to study the magnitude of floods is not new. Indeed, the relationship between the magnitude of a flood and its likely return period was established years ago by Gumbel (Gumbel, ), who drew on statistical theory developed during the s concerning the distributions of extreme events.

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This book describes some of the methods currently used to apply frequency analysis techniques to hydrological data in order to provide planners and engineers with figures that they can use in practice to reduce the losses caused by flood and drought. Corpus ID: Frequency and risk analyses in hydrology @inproceedings{KiteFrequencyAR, title={Frequency and risk analyses in hydrology}, author={Geoffrey W.

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Flood Hydrology Proceeding of the International Symposium on Flood Frequency and Risk Analyses, 14–17 MayLouisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA.

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Return Period, Probability and Risk. View abstract. chapter 3 | 42 pages Selecting and Checking Data Series. View by: hydrology, glacier hydrology, watershed and river basin modeling, risk and uncertainty analysis, and data acquisition and information systems.

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This book provides valuable knowledge, useful methods and practical application for multivariate hydrological analysis using copulas. It covers application for flood frequency analysis, drought frequency analysis, dependence analysis, flood coincidence risk analysis and statistical simulation.

Frequency analysis can also be used in predicting the frequency of drought, in agricultural planning, as well as in flood prediction. Oosterbaan named three methods of frequency analysis which are: interval method; ranking method; and applying theoretical frequency distributions. The last method involves the use of statistical distribution Author: Eva Audrey Yessito Houessou-Dossou, John Mwangi Gathenya, Mugwima Njuguna, Zachary Abiero Gariy.

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Frequency analysis is used to predict how often certain values of a variable phenomenon may occur and to assess the reliability of the prediction. It is a tool for determining design. Purchase Hydrology - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1.