Study of hydrographs of karstic aquifers by means of correlation and cross-spectral analysis
Journal of Hydrology
Correlation and cross-spectral analysis can be applied to the study of karstic aquifers to characterize the transformations in these systems between the input function (precipitation) and the output function (discharge). The parameters that can be deduced are the response time, the distinction between quickflow, intermediate flow and baseflow, and the mean delay. This method offers quantifiable and objective criteria for differentiation and comparisons of karstic aquifers.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Padilla, Alberto and Oulido-Bosch, Antonio, "Study of hydrographs of karstic aquifers by means of correlation and cross-spectral analysis" (1995). KIP Articles. 6800.