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Storms generator method that preserves their historical statistical characteristics. Application to Mexico City basin daily rainfall fields

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Author(s): R. DOMÍNGUEZ-MORA, | M. L. ARGANIS-JUÁREZ | A. MENDOZA-RESÉNDIZ | E. CARRIZOSA-ELIZONDO | B. ECHAVARRÍA-SOTO

Journal: Atmósfera
ISSN 0187-6236

Volume: 26;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 27;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: Synthetic storms | Svanidze method | basin of Mexico City | maximum 24 hours daily rainfall | mean rainfall

ABSTRACT
A first procedure to generate synthetic storms, which preserves the statistical characteristics of the historical daily precipitation events registered in 49 stations located within the basin of Mexico City is presented. This procedure (a variation of the Svanidze method) implicitly supposes that the correlation between the maximum rainfall and its spatial distribution is meaningless. However, the obtained results did not validate that hypothesis. For this reason a second procedure was developed, which allows to consider the correlation between maximum rainfall and spatial distribution. This second procedure allowed reproducing the statistical characteristics of the daily rainfall for each station and also its spatial distribution, as shown in this work.
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