Modeling and assessment of hydrological changes in a developing urban catchment

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Guan, M; Sillanpää, N; Koivusalo, H;
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Urbanization strongly changes natural catchment by increasing impervious coverage and by creating a need for efficient drainage systems. Such land cover changes lead to more rapid hydrological response to storms and change distribution of peak and low flows. This study ... View more
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