Articles | Volume 381
Proc. IAHS, 381, 49–54, 2019
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-381-49-2019
Proc. IAHS, 381, 49–54, 2019
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-381-49-2019

Post-conference publication 01 Aug 2019

Post-conference publication | 01 Aug 2019

Initial results of sediment yield measurement interpretation using a regional approach: Southern Italy case study

Paolo Porto and Giovanni Callegari

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The paper demonstrates that the theoretical TCEV (Two Component Extreme Value) distribution can be applied to interpret sediment yield datasets available in Southern Italy. The analysis is based on historical records collected in twelve catchments located in Calabria and Basilicata and followed a hierarchical approach to derive a regional parent distribution from which a return time can be associated with each event. The research was carried out to study soil erosion risk at regional scale.