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Khaled Haddad
Khaled Haddad
Cumberland Council
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei cumberland.nsw.gov.au
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Regional flood frequency analysis in eastern Australia: Bayesian GLS regression-based methods within fixed region and ROI framework–Quantile Regression vs. Parameter Regression …
K Haddad, A Rahman
Journal of Hydrology 430, 142-161, 2012
1452012
A study on selection of probability distributions for at-site flood frequency analysis in Australia
AS Rahman, A Rahman, MA Zaman, K Haddad, A Ahsan, M Imteaz
Natural hazards 69 (3), 1803-1813, 2013
1242013
Selection of the best fit flood frequency distribution and parameter estimation procedure: a case study for Tasmania in Australia
K Haddad, A Rahman
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 25 (3), 415-428, 2011
1192011
Regional flood frequency analysis in arid regions: A case study for Australia
MA Zaman, A Rahman, K Haddad
Journal of Hydrology 475, 74-83, 2012
1072012
Regional flood frequency analysis using Bayesian generalized least squares: a comparison between quantile and parameter regression techniques
K Haddad, A Rahman, JR Stedinger
Hydrological Processes 26 (7), 1008-1021, 2012
932012
Streamflow data preparation for regional flood frequency analysis: Lessons from southeast Australia
K Haddad, A Rahman, PE Weinmann, G Kuczera, J Ball
Australasian Journal of Water Resources 14 (1), 17-32, 2010
672010
Streamflow data preparation for regional flood frequency analysis: Lessons from southeast Australia
K Haddad, A Rahman, PE Weinmann, G Kuczera, J Ball
Australasian Journal of Water Resources 14 (1), 17-32, 2010
672010
Design rainfall estimation in Australia: a case study using L moments and generalized least squares regression
K Haddad, A Rahman, J Green
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 25 (6), 815-825, 2011
592011
Applicability of Monte Carlo cross validation technique for model development and validation using generalised least squares regression
K Haddad, A Rahman, M A Zaman, S Shrestha
Journal of Hydrology 482, 119-128, 2013
532013
Design flood estimation in ungauged catchments: a comparison between the probabilistic rational method and quantile regression technique for NSW
A Rahman, K Haddad, M Zaman, G Kuczera, PE Weinmann
Australasian Journal of Water Resources 14 (2), 127-139, 2011
432011
Scaling property of regional floods in New South Wales Australia
E Ishak, K Haddad, M Zaman, A Rahman
Natural Hazards 58 (3), 1155-1167, 2011
402011
Regionalisation of the parameters of the log‐Pearson 3 distribution: A case study for New South Wales, Australia
T Micevski, A Hackelbusch, K Haddad, G Kuczera, A Rahman
Hydrological Processes 29 (2), 250-260, 2015
332015
Applicability of Wakeby distribution in flood frequency analysis: a case study for eastern Australia
A Rahman, MA Zaman, K Haddad, S El Adlouni, C Zhang
Hydrological processes 29 (4), 602-614, 2015
282015
Regional flood frequency analysis
A Rahman, K Haddad, S Eslamian
Handbook of Engineering Hydrology, 467-486, 2014
272014
Regional flood frequency analysis method for Tasmania, Australia: a case study on the comparison of fixed region and region-of-influence approaches
K Haddad, A Rahman, F Ling
Hydrological Sciences Journal 60 (12), 2086-2101, 2015
262015
Regional flood methods
A Rahman, K Haddad, G Kuczera, E Weinmann
Australian Rainfall and Runoff: A Guide To Flood Estimation. Book 3, Peak …, 2019
242019
Trends in sub-hourly, sub-daily and daily extreme rainfall events in eastern Australia
OU Laz, A Rahman, A Yilmaz, K Haddad
Journal of Water and Climate Change 5 (4), 667-675, 2014
242014
Uncertainty analysis of pollutant build-up modelling based on a Bayesian weighted least squares approach
K Haddad, P Egodawatta, A Rahman, A Goonetilleke
Science of the total environment 449, 410-417, 2013
242013
Design rainfall estimation for short storm durations using L-moments and generalised least squares regression-application to Australian data
K Haddad, A Rahman, J Green, G Kuczera
Int J Water Res Arid Environ 1, 210-218, 2011
242011
Comparison of ordinary and generalised least squares regression models in regional flood frequency analysis: A case study for New South Wales
K Haddad, A Rahman, G Kuczera
Australasian Journal of Water Resources 15 (1), 59-70, 2011
242011
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