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Autocorrelation in Water Resource Development

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Five Most Recent Research Works on Autocorrelation in Water Resource Management

Autocorrelation is the correlation between two part of a single data series and is useful when the trendability of a parameter is approximated with the help of data. Most used in water research study.

This article highlights the most recent research works on the application of autocorrelation on water resource development studies.

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