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Systematic procedure for evaluating partial areas of watershed runoff

, : Systematic procedure for evaluating partial areas of watershed runoff. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 116(1): 83-98

A method is presented by which the proportions of a watershed that contribute surface runoff in different storms and at different times during the same storm can be determined by analysis of rainfall records. The method is a modification of a method described in an ealier paper, which eliminates the need for subjective selection of particular runoff events for analysis.

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Accession: 001962809

DOI: 10.1061/(asce)0733-9437(1990)116:1(83)

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