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Universidad Nacional Facultad de Escuela de Agraria La Molina Ingenieria Agricola Postgrado &% gpGt Programa de Doctorado en Recursos Hidricos Email: pdrh@lamolina.edu.pe CURSO INTERNACIONAL DE HIDROLOGIA ESTOCASTICA (Notas de Clase) JOSE D. SALAS, PhD. Universidad de Colorado - USA Julio de 2009 Lima - Pera Taulmalamaros B@ypkov.es Yeanys Vy Woywe Stochastic characterization of Penngs¥a© Lota, hydrological processes - aL VIA s\Raaeo. Jose D. Salas Department of Civil Engineering Colorado State University On leave at Institute of Hydromechanics and Water Resources Management ETH, Zurich, Switzerland eS Introduction « Hydrologic time series, stochastic process «Stationary and non-stationary time series + Correlated series (temporal and spatial) + Single and multiple series + Intermittent series and non-intermittent series «Counting time series (event occurrence series) + Truncated series + Measured or observed time series + Naturalized time series (naturalized flows) + Others i. rie. I ww. SAms- Colo’ ” en) ore. edo! Rom coles Tete. edu leaf Sop toast Sito L Stochastic Components of Hydrologic Time Series * Trends Dependence + hineae = temporal = non-inear + spatial * Shifts + Random jonent upward single + downward + multiple + combined (shift with tends) * Cycles (periodic components) + quasiperiodic (eg. effect of EI Nino, PDO, etc.) + annual cycle (seasonality) = weekly oyle + dally cycle Stochastic Components of Hydrologic Time Series + Trends © Shifts linear upward nrlinear downward combined