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Estimation of short-duration rainfall distribution using data measured at longer time scales

, : Estimation of short-duration rainfall distribution using data measured at longer time scales. Water Science and Technology 29(1-2): 39-45

An investigation on how to estimate the distribution of short-duration (hours or shorter) rainfalls based on available daily rainfall measurements was undertaken. On the basis of the theory of multifractal multiplicative cascades, a scale-independent mathematical model was proposed to represent the probability distribution of rainfalls at various time scales.

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