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Hydrological design data estimation techniques
|Statement||by Oldřich Novický, Ladislav Kašpárek, Světlana Kolářová.|
|Series||WMO/TD ;, no. 554, WCASP ;, 26, WCASP (Series) ;, 26.|
|Contributions||Kašpárek, Ladislav, Kolářová, Světlana., World Climate Applications and Services Programme., World Meteorological Organization.|
|LC Classifications||GB656.2.H9 N68 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||94211936|
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Estimation of Runoff by using SCS Curve Number Method and Arc GIS. Ashish Bansode, K. A. Patil. Abstract— Rainfall and runoff are important components contributing significantly to the hydrological cycle, design of hydrological structures and morphology of the drainage system.CIVE Principles of Pdf Modelling UW Graduate Course ( credit) and Professional Short Course June /13, Waterloo, ON Sponsored by the Canadian Society for Hydrological Sciences and the Canadian Water Resources Association.Critical Review of Methods for the Estimation of Actual Evapotranspiration in Hydrological Models Nebo Jovanovic and Sumaya Israel Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Stellenbosch South Africa 1.
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