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. 2000: Effect of extremes of rainfall supplies on certain crop production factors in maize grown on brown forest soil. Növénytermelés , 49 , 691-706. Effect of extremes of rainfall supplies on certain crop production factors

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. Partitioning the impacts of spatial and climatological rainfall variability in urban drainage modeling , Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci , Vol. 21 , 2017 , pp. 1559 ‒ 1572 . [4] Bruni

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be reproduced repeatedly is common practice, for example, in developed rainfall-runoff models for hydrological variability [ 1 ] or the simulation of the groundwater flow [ 2 ]. Rainfall-runoff models are often used as tools to estimate the impact of

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T. , Franczak P. , Kroczak R. , Cabaj W. , Kołodziej A. The impact of extreme rainfall and flash floods on the flood risk management process and geomorphological changes in small Carpathian catchments: A case study of

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Pollack Periodica
Authors:
Gabriel Földes
,
Silvia Kohnová
,
Marija Mihaela Labat
, and
Kamila Hlavčová

1 Introduction Short-term rainfalls have become one of the most common natural hazards in recent decades across Europe. Extreme flash floods caused by intensive rainfall have seasonal characteristics and mainly occur in the summer months. The floods

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–Mátra ( Kovács and Turai 2014 ) and the Nyírség regions ( Ilyés et al. 2015 ) in Hungary. Both the studies used shorter periods to identify the cyclic variations of the regions. In the Nyírség region, monthly rainfall data were used, and the dominance of a 1 and

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-term heavy rainfall prediction using evolutionary computation , Advances in Meteorology , Vol. 2014 , 2014 , Article ID 203545, 15 pages. [4] Westra S

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1 Introduction Flash-flood events are a considerable natural hazard that will intensify in the future due to climate change and expansion of the built environment. In the last 10–15 years, these rainfall events have become more frequent throughout

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