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Estimation of local precipitation statistics reflecting climate change


, : Estimation of local precipitation statistics reflecting climate change. Water Resources Research 29(12): 3955-3968

A stochastic approach was developed to estimate the probability of wet days, and the mean and standard deviation of local daily non-zero precipitation reflecting global climate change scenarios.

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DOI: 10.1029/93wr01711

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