publication . Other literature type . Article . 2018

A comprehensive continent-wide regionalisation investigation for daily design rainfall

Fiona Johnson; Janice Green;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 2018
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
Study region: Australia. Study focus: Design rainfalls, in the form of Intensity Duration Frequency curves, are the standard input for most flood studies. Methods to combine rainfall data across space are required to provide optimal estimates of design rainfalls and constrain their uncertainty. This paper robustly investigates the use of a variety of regionalization methods to provide Australia wide design rainfall estimates using 8619 high quality rainfall stations. The influence of an individual large rainfall event in March 2012 on the regionalised design rainfalls is also investigated to guide decisions on when design rainfall data should be updated followin...
free text keywords: Physical geography, GB3-5030, Geology, QE1-996.5, Precipitation, Flood myth, Climatology, Environmental science, Global warming, Topographic relief, Regionalisation, Quantile, Elevation
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