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  List of Accepted Contributions - HS47 Regional Prediction of Hydrological Extremes at Ungauged Sites (co-listed in NH)

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Patil, S.; Bárdossy, A.
Regionalization of Parameters of an Event Based Nash-Cascade Model for Predictions in Ungauged Basins

Aronica, G.; Candela, A. ; Santoro, M.
Applicability of hydrological similarity measures based on linkage between rain and flood regime for regional flood frequency analysis in Mediterranean catchments

Demirel, M. C.; Karaca, M.; Martins, F.; Kahya, E.
A comparison of low flow clustering methods: streamflow grouping

Kysely, J.; Picek, J.; Gaal, L.
Regional growth curves and improved design value estimates of extreme precipitation events in the Czech Republic

Burn, D.
Focused on the ungauged: focused pooling approaches for estimating extremes at ungauged catchments

Di Baldassarre, G.; Brath, A.; Montanari, A.
Assessing the effectiveness of several depth-duration-frequency relationships at regional scale

Castellarin, A.; Brath, A.
Homogeneity testing: how homogeneous do heterogeneous cross-correlated regions seem?

Kjeldsen, T. R.; Jones, D. A.
Estimation of an index flood using data transfer in the UK

Merz, R.; Blöschl, G.
Process information in operational flood regionalisation

Mika, J.; Nemeth, P.; Sebok , I.; Szenyan , I.; Schlanger , V.; Nagy , J.
On spatial structures and accumulation characteristics of radar-based precipitation in North-East Carpathians

Madsen, H.; Rosbjerg, D.
Regional estimation of extreme hydrological events using the partial duration series method

Rosbjerg, D.; Madsen, H.
Comparison of different procedures for inclusion of regional information in flood frequency analysis

Gaal, L.; Szolgay, J.; Lapin, M.; Fasko, P.
Physically based delineation of regions for regional rainfall frequency analysis in Slovakia

Boyko, O; Treebushny, D
Application of a physically-based distributed rainfall-runoff model TOPKAPI-IMMSP to gauged and ungauged mountainous catchments of Transcarpathean region, Ukraine

Bacchi, B.; Galeati, G.; Ranzi, R.; Tomirotti, M.
Design hydrograph estimation based on regional analyses

Cavigli, E.; Caporali, E.; Petrucci, A.
Regional frequency analysis of rainfall extremes in Tuscany

Trnka, M.; Dubrovsky, M.; Semeradova, D.; Zalud, Z.; Svoboda, M.; Hayes, M.; Wilhite, D.
New Method for Assessment of the Drought Climatology - Czech Republic as a Case Study

Viglione, A.; Claps, P.; Laio, F.
Regional analysis of monthly runoff using regime curves

Laaha, G.; Blöschl, G.
Assessing classification techniques for low flow prediction

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