Hydrological forecasting by B. A. Apollov

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Statementby B.A. Apollov, G.P. Kalinin and V.D. Komarov.
ContributionsKalinin, G. P., Komarov, V. D.
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Most of the real-time forecasting .Improving flood forecasting capability has long been the goal of the global hydrological community, and catchment hydro-logical models are the main tools for flood forecasting.

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