Articles | Volume 371
Proc. IAHS, 371, 163–166, 2015
Proc. IAHS, 371, 163–166, 2015

  12 Jun 2015

12 Jun 2015

Non-stationary hydrological frequency analysis based on the reconstruction of extreme hydrological series

Y. M. Hu et al.

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Short summary
A approach for non-stationary hydrological frequency analysis is proposed. In this method, an assumption is done that the variation hydrological series in a big time window owns an expected vibration center (EVC), which is a linear combination of the two mean values of the two subsample series. Then using the EVC to reconstruct non-stationary series to meet the requirement of stationary.