flood frequency


flood frequency
частота паводков

Англо-русский гидрогеологический словарь. — Ташкент. . 1979.

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  • 1966 Flood of the River Arno in Florence — The Arno River flood of November 4, 1966 killed many people and damaged or destroyed millions of masterpieces of art and rare books in Florence. It is considered the worst flood in the city s history since 1557. With the combined effort of… …   Wikipedia

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  • Magnitude and frequency principle — is theory that events may be calculated on their occurrence by the possibly severity of the event. The higher the magnitude of the event, the less it is likely to occur, closely related to statistics. Less severe events are more likely to occur… …   Wikipedia

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