Advances in Geosciences: Hydrological Science, Vol. 6 by Wing-huen Ip, Anil Bhardwaj

By Wing-huen Ip, Anil Bhardwaj

"Advances in Geosciences" is the results of a concerted attempt in bringing the most recent effects and making plans actions regarding earth and house technological know-how in Asia and the overseas area. the amount editors are all prime scientists of their study fields protecting six sections: Hydrological technological know-how (HS), Planetary technology (PS), sunlight Terrestrial (ST), good Earth (SE), Atmospheric technological know-how (AS) and Ocean technological know-how (OS). the most goal is to focus on the clinical matters necessary to the examine of earthquakes, tsunamis, atmospheric dirt storms, weather swap, drought, flood, typhoons, monsoons, house weathers, and planetary exploration.

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This water resource system is in the Che River Basin of the Northeast Region of Thailand. The storage and retention surface area of a reservoir for the system are 2263 MCM and 182 km2 , respectively. The Ubolratana Reservoir is mainly used for hydropower generation, irrigation, and flood control. It produces 25,200 kw, and supplies water for the irrigation area of 480 square kilometers (km2 ). The examination considered the historic monthly sequences of 21-year (1982–2002) reservoir inflow, 23-year (1980–2002) rainfall, and 21-year (1982–2002) evaporation at the reservoir.

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First, the expectation of the sample variance of the point monthly rainfall was formulated as a function of observation length m and observation frequency n, as well as time correlation length ζ and spatial correlation length λ of instantaneous point rainfall. A method of identifying population time correlation length z and population spatial correlation length l was developed. Validation using ground-based radar and application into TRMM/PR were shown. As a result, it becomes not only a method of estimating the population variance of point monthly rainfall, but also the population time and spatial correlation lengths using only TRMM/PR and GPM.

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