Identification of the distribution of hydro-climatic cycles of field observations in Southeast Asia.

Solera Garcia, Maria Angeles and Chappell, Nick and Tych, Wlodek (2006) Identification of the distribution of hydro-climatic cycles of field observations in Southeast Asia. In: Climate variability and change. IAHS Red Book Series . IAHS Publications, Wallingford, pp. 356-361. ISBN 9781901502787

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Abstract

The study of hydro-climatic cycles in Southeast Asia is carried out by analysing time series of rainfall, streamflow, evapotranspiration and net radiation from three representative regions: Northern Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo. The method used is a data-based mechanistic tool called the Unobserved Component – Dynamic Harmonic Regression (UC-DHR) model, used here to identify both the diurnal and inter-annual variability patterns of existing plot studies data sets.

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