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A new methodology for estimating rainfall aggressiveness risk based on daily rainfall records for multi-decennial periods

  
Science of The Total Environment, Vol. 615 (2018), pp. 564-571

Abstract

[Highlights] [::] A new methodology is proposed to estimate the rainfall aggressiveness risk. [::] This methodology is based on daily rainfall records. [::] A new synthesis parameter based on Modified Fournier and Oliver's indices is used. [::] It is calibrated with respect to the erosivity R factor for a simultaneity period. [::] The SW of Iberian Peninsula has been selected to test its regional application. [Abstract] The temporal irregularity of rainfall, characteristic of a Mediterranean climate, corresponds to the irregularity of the environmental effects on soil. We used ...

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