How to divide hydrographs into the original sources of runoff

K. Arnbjerg-Nielsen, A. B. Hasling, N.B. Johansen, C. R. Petersen, H. S. Andersen, M. Grum, F. Agerskov, J. Thyme, S. Nielsen, T. H. Nielsen, H. M. Petersen, J. N\303\270rremark & B. N. Jacobsen
ABSTRACT Today, many sewer systems are monitored closely with on-line data with high resolution in time. This information is used to plan and optimize the management of the system by checking pump performance, counting the number and size of combined sewer overflows etcetera. Sometimes the data is also used to calibrate hydrodynamic models of the sewer system. However, the information can also be used to study long-term changes in the performance of the sewer system...

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How to divide hydrographs into the original sources of runoff

K. Arnbjerg-Nielsen, A. B. Hasling, N.B. Johansen, C. R. Petersen, H. S. Andersen, M. Grum, F. Agerskov, J. Thyme, S. Nielsen, T. H. Nielsen, H. M. Petersen, J. N\303\270rremark & B. N. Jacobsen
ABSTRACT Today, many sewer systems are monitored closely with on-line data with high resolution in time. This information is used to plan and optimize the management of the system by checking pump performance, counting the number and size of combined sewer overflows etcetera. Sometimes the data is also used to calibrate hydrodynamic models of the sewer system. However, the information can also be used to study long-term changes in the performance of the sewer system...

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