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DOI: 10.5593/sgem2011/s11.105

METHODS FOR TESTING CONSISTENCY AND HOMOGENEITY OF THE HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES DATA

AUTHOR/S: V. JOVANOVSKI, AL. KRSTEV, V. ATANASOVA JOVANOVSKA
Monday 1 August 2011 by Libadmin2011

11th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM2011, www.sgem.org, SGEM2011 Conference Proceedings/ ISSN 1314-2704, June 20-25, 2011, Vol. 2, 621-628 pp

ABSTRACT

Hydrological parameters have major impact to water, energy, civil engineering, industry
and other commercial and non-economic branches. For the determination of the
hydrological processes are: observed, measured and recorded data on hydrological
phenomena. Our knowledge of these phenomena modes is the basis for good planning
and management of water resources. As a source of information for defining the
characteristics we used measured data. The effectiveness of water systems depends on
the measurement and hydrological phenomena, depends of the impact of inaccurate
data. Scientific’s paper refers to the collection of hydrological data, determining the
properties, checking their accuracy, testing consistency and homogeneity caused by
natural or artificial means. For this purpose will we used, ANOVA model for analysis of
variance and software for computer modeling, which this paper presents good technique
for determining the variables of hydrological processes.

Keywords: Hydrological processes, data consistency, inhomogeneity, ANOVA, modeling.

PAPER 2011/s11.105: METHODS FOR TESTING CONSISTENCY AND HOMOGENEITY OF THE HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES DATA

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