Document details for 'Distributed lag models for hydrological data'

Authors Rushworth, A.M., Bowman, A.W., Brewer, M.J. and Langan, S.J.
Publication details In "26th International Workshop on Statistical Modelling", 529-533. Eds. Conesa, D., Forte, A., López-Quílez, A. and Muñoz, F. IWSM 2011, Valencia, Spain.
Publisher details IWSM 2011, Valencia, Spain
Keywords hydrology; non-parametric regression; P-splines; time series

The distributed lag model (DLM), used most prominently in air pollution studies, finds application wherever the effect of a covariate is delayed and distributed through time. We explore the use of a modified formulation of a DLM on hydrological data, with particular emphasis on how changes in the relationship between environmental covariates and flow regimes can be captured.

ISBN 9788469451298
Last updated 2011-08-08
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