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Research article
02 Jun 2015
Research article |  | 02 Jun 2015

Flood frequency analysis of historical flood data under stationary and non-stationary modelling

M. J. Machado, B. A. Botero, J. López, F. Francés, A. Díez-Herrero, and G. Benito


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A flood frequency analysis using a 400-year historical flood record was carried out using a stationary model (based on maximum likelihood estimators) and a non-stationary model that incorporates external covariates (climatic and environmental). The stationary model was successful in providing an average discharge around which value flood quantiles estimated by non-stationary models fluctuate through time.