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Influence of hydrological model complexity on the estimation of floods in an alpine catchment for pmp conditions
Author : Théodora Cohen, Javier García Hernández, Jérôme Dubois and Jean-Louis Boillat
Influence of Hydrological Model Complexity on the Estimation of Floods in an Alpine Catchment for PMP Conditions
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Chapter : IAHR World Congress Proceedings
Category : 33rd Congress - Vancouver (2009)
Article : Topic E: Advances in Hydroinformatics for Integrated Watershed and Coast Management
Date Published : 10/08/2009
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