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S&T Project Number 1735 Final Report: Stochastic Storm Transposition for Physically-Based Rainfall and Flood Hazard Analyses Science and Technology Program

Reclamation partnered with faculty from the University of Wisconsin-Madison to address a need for improved gridded technologies that support precipitation and flood frequency analyses. Research products developed in this study include a gridded, web-based stochastic storm transposition tool referred to as RainyDay and gridded flood-frequency estimates developed using a stochastic version of WRF-Hydro coupled to RainyDay output. These products were demonstrated within the Big Thompson watershed above Olympus Dam in Colorado.
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