2021
DOI: 10.1007/s13369-021-06142-0
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Rainfall Intensity–Duration–Frequency (IDF) Curves: Effects of Uncertainty on Flood Protection and Runoff Quantification in Southwestern Saudi Arabia

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“…The distribution of flash flood disasters in time and space is uneven [32], which is mainly manifested as different group occurrences of flash flood disasters and different combinations of flash flood disaster types in different regions, which shows the characteristics of regional differentiation; the uneven distribution of the flash flood disasters in time is mainly manifested as the sudden occurrence of disasters. In addition, as flash flood disasters have problems of fast occurrence [33], great difficulty in monitoring [34], and lack of data [35], it is very difficult to accurately identify the location and time of flash floods [36]. With the continuous development of monitoring sensors [37][38][39] and computer technology [40,41], various early identification technologies [42] are more and more widely applied to the research of flash flood disasters.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The distribution of flash flood disasters in time and space is uneven [32], which is mainly manifested as different group occurrences of flash flood disasters and different combinations of flash flood disaster types in different regions, which shows the characteristics of regional differentiation; the uneven distribution of the flash flood disasters in time is mainly manifested as the sudden occurrence of disasters. In addition, as flash flood disasters have problems of fast occurrence [33], great difficulty in monitoring [34], and lack of data [35], it is very difficult to accurately identify the location and time of flash floods [36]. With the continuous development of monitoring sensors [37][38][39] and computer technology [40,41], various early identification technologies [42] are more and more widely applied to the research of flash flood disasters.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Abdeen et al [23] looked at the distribution of maximum daily rainfall in Saudi Arabia and found that the log-Pearson Type III (LPT III) distribution was the best model. Al-Areeq et al [24] used Gumbel and LPT III distribution to develop IDF curves for five areas (Abha, Al-Baha, Bisha, Gizan, and Khamis Mushait) in the southwestern region of Saudi Arabia. The authors of [25] developed IDF curves for Krishna District, India, using log-normal, normal, and Gumbel distributions.…”
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confidence: 99%