Stochastic hydrology is an essential base of water resources systems analysis, due to the inherent randomness of the input, and consequently of the results. These results have to be incorporated in a decision-making process regarding the planning and management of water systems. It is through this application that stochastic hydrology finds its true meaning, otherwise it becomes merely an academic exercise.A set of well known specialists from both stochastic hydrology and water resources systems present a synthesis of the actual knowledge currently used in real-world planning and management.The book is intended for both practitioners and researchers who are willing to apply advanced approaches for incorporating hydrological randomness and uncertainty into the simulation and optimization of water resources systems.Croley, T.E. and Rao, K.N. (1976) a#39;A manual for hydrologic time series deseasonal ization and serial dependence ... Delleur, V.W. , Tao, P.C. and Kavvas, M.L. (1976) a#39;An evaluation of practicality and complexity of some rainfall and runoff ... Fernandez, B. and Salas, J.D. (1986) a#39;Periodic gamma autoregressive processes 68.
|Title||:||Stochastic Hydrology and its Use in Water Resources Systems Simulation and Optimization|
|Author||:||Juan B. Marco, R. Harboe, Jose D. Salas|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1993-01-01|