A regional approach for estimating design storms in Canada.

Younes. Alila
The current design storm estimation method used in Canada is based on single site frequency analysis and single site intensity-duration-frequency relationships and involves large uncertainties, especially at short-term record stations and ungauged sites. To overcome the shortcoming of the current approach, a new improved method based on regional frequency analysis and regional depth-duration-frequency equations is proposed. The L-moments are used in the three stages of regional frequency analysis, namely the delineation of homogenous regions, the...
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