Loss models - an evaluation of the probability of antecedent rainfall prior to significant rainfall events in Sydney, Australia

J. Blaikie & J. E. Ball
A common approach for the assessment of flood risk associated with a proposed development in a flood-prone area is the utilisation of a catchment modelling system. Numerous alternative hydrologic and hydraulic process models have been proposed for inclusion in these systems of process models. In a similar vein, a number of alternative rainfall models for the description of the spatial and temporal variation of rainfall have been proposed. Previous studies such as those by Walsh...

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Loss models - an evaluation of the probability of antecedent rainfall prior to significant rainfall events in Sydney, Australia

J. Blaikie & J. E. Ball
A common approach for the assessment of flood risk associated with a proposed development in a flood-prone area is the utilisation of a catchment modelling system. Numerous alternative hydrologic and hydraulic process models have been proposed for inclusion in these systems of process models. In a similar vein, a number of alternative rainfall models for the description of the spatial and temporal variation of rainfall have been proposed. Previous studies such as those by Walsh...

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