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International Journal Of Horticulture, Agriculture And Food Science(IJHAF)

Forecasting monthly water resources conditions by using different indices

Mohammad Valipour


International Journal of Horticulture, Agriculture and Food science(IJHAF), Vol-1,Issue-2, July - August 2017, Pages 1-17,

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Sharp changes in the SWSI are an obstacle for accurate estimation of this parameter. In addition, providing all of the information needed to determine the SWSI is not always possible. The SWE because of effective role in the calculation of the SWSI, it is a viable alternative to forecast instead the SWSI. The obtained results showed that the ARIMA model forecasted the SWE values for January to June successfully. Using these forecasted data and by non-linear regression can be estimated the SWSI values for all points of each basin except in cases that the amounts of SWSI and SWE are very low (drought conditions).

ARIMA, Oregon, Colorado, Atmospheric condition, The US, Water.

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