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Statistical low flow estimation using GIS analysis in humid montane regions in Puerto Rico.Author(s): A. R. Garc¡a-Martin¢; F. N. Scatena; G. S. Warner; D. L. Civco
Source: Water Resources Bulletin . 32(6):1259-1271. Notes: Journal of the American Water Resources Association.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationGarcía-Martinó, A. R.; Scatena, F. N.; Warner, G. S., and Civco, D. L. 1996. Statistical low flow estimation using GIS analysis in humid montane regions in Puerto Rico. Water Resources Bulletin . 32(6):1259-1271. Notes: Journal of the American Water Resources Association.
Keywordsmodeling/statistics, low stream flows, surface water, hydrology, forest hydrology, geographic information system, wathershed characterization.
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