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Effects of land use changes on streamflow generation in the Rhine basin \ Water resources research [Wetenschappelijk artikel]
Hurkmans, R.T.W.L. \ Terink, W. \ Uijlenhoet, R. \ Moors, E.J. \ Troch, P.A.A. \ Verburg, P.H. \ 2009
The hydrological regime of the Rhine basin is expected to shift from a combined snowmelt-rainfall regime to a more rainfall-dominated regime because of climate change, leading to more extreme flood peaks and low flows. Land use changes may reinforce ...
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Extreme value modeling of areal rainfall from weather radar \ Water resources research [Artikel]
Overeem, A. \ Buishand, T.A. \ Holleman, I. \ Uijlenhoet, R. \ 2010
An 11 year high-quality radar rainfall data set is used to abstract annual maximum rainfall depths for durations of 15 min to 24 h and area sizes of 6 to 1.7 × 103 km2 for the Netherlands. Generalized extreme value (GEV) distributions are fitted to t ...
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