Applications of TLS and Related Methods in the Environmental Sciences
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
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An overview of statistical and computational techniques used in the solution of environmental problems is presented. The applications presented involve: (1) the fitting of Horton’s infiltration curve using real data from field experiments performed in Surinam; (2) linear and nonlinear rainfall–runoff modeling using real data fromwatersheds in Louisiana and Belgium; (3) real-time monitoring and forecasting of a network of chemical sensors using real data from Fall Creek Reservoir in Indiana; (4) forecasting of hourly water consumption in Indiana; and (5) the exponential fitting of a sum ofAM and FM tones used to model a chirp signal of a Coquí frog from Puerto Rico.
Ramos, Jose A., "Applications of TLS and Related Methods in the Environmental Sciences" (2007). CEC Faculty Articles. 429.