A Statistical Analysis of the Lake Levels at Lake Neusiedl
A long record of daily data is used to study the lake levels of Lake Neusiedl, a large steppe lake at the eastern border of Austria. Daily lake level changes are modeled as functions of precipitation, temperature, and wind conditions. The occurrence and the amount of daily precipitation are modeled with logistic regressions and generalized linear models.
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