Water Science and Engineering     2010 3 (3):  269-281    ISSN: 1674-2370:  CN: 32-1785/TV

Comparison of performance of statistical models in forecasting monthly streamflow of Kizil River, China
Shalamu ABUDU1, 2, Chun-liang CUI1, James Phillip KING2, Kaiser ABUDUKADEER3
1. Xinjiang Water Resources Research Institute, Urumqi 830049, P. R. China
2. Civil Engineering Department, New Mexico State University, NM 88001, USA
3. Xinjiang Water Resources Bureau, Urumqi 830000, P. R. China
Received 2010-05-24  Revised 2010-07-09  Online 2010-09-26
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