Characterizing streamflow variability: distributions, trends, and ecological impacts

Blum, Annalise.


  • Abstract: To manage water resources and prepare for extreme hydrologic events, an understanding of streamflow variability is necessary. Globally, the majority of river basins are ungaged, a challenge which is compounded by on-going anthropogenic interference with the natural flow regime of nearly all rivers. Statistical models are a powerful tool for capitalizing on available data to predict strea... read more
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