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Analyses of hydrologic information collected from a small agricultural watershed near Swift Current in Southern Saskatchewan from the past35 yr revealed marked variations in the run off behavior from year to year. Two simple stochastic models have been proposed, one for synthesizing monthly runoff flow and the other for snowmelt runoff simulation. Bayesian statistics have been utilized for estimating different conditional probabilities of runoff events for subunits within the watershed. When combined with historical runoff records, synthesized runoff flow may improve hydrologic design criteria for engineering structures. Frequency values of annual runoff and maximum one day runoff have also been computed on the basis of extreme value distribution.
stochastic modelling of runoff from an agricultural watershed in southern saskatchewan
Sharma, S.N., McConkey, B. and H. Steppuhn 1988. STOCHASTIC MODELLING OF RUNOFF FROM AN AGRICULTURAL WATERSHED IN SouthERN Saskatchewan. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 30(2):203-208.
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