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Reyes-Olvera y Gutiérrez-González,
Flood Risk Modeling for the State of Tabasco, 1961-2007
Water
Technology and Sciences
. Vol. VII, No. 2, March-April, 2016, pp. 99-114
Figure 1. Graph of the estimation for the Balancan municipality.
Table 8. Return periods per municipality.
Municipality
Return period
100 mm
150 mm
200 mm
250 mm
Balancán
1.174
3.513
12.860
41.492
Cárdenas
1.206
3.370
14.765
72.082
Centla
1.094
2.674
8.852
27.072
Centro
1.019
1.862
7.249
35.443
Comalcalco
1.437
4.150
13.180
38.315
Cunduacán
1.241
2.954
10.099
38.515
E. Zapata
1.038
2.077
6.397
19.303
Huimanguillo
1.035
1.359
2.460
5.405
Jalapa
1.018
1.745
6.122
27.262
Jalpa
1.109
2.328
7.870
30.891
Jonuta
1.112
3.104
11.265
36.163
Macuspana
1.205
3.364
12.205
41.889
Nacajuca
1.112
2.303
7.594
29.071
Paraíso
1.049
2.843
16.789
115.446
Tacotalpa
1.065
1.410
2.518
5.785
Teapa
1.054
1.434
2.623
5.702
Tenosique
1.295
2.191
13.073
27.014
mm, since experience suggests that flooding
problems have occurred as of this value.
These results are shown in Table 9 and Figure
2 presents the flood risk map.
Discussion of Results
The bootstrap goodness-of-fit test proposed
conserved the nominal values of the size of
1...,103,104,105,106,107,108,109,110,111,112 114,115,116,117,118,119,120,121,122,123,...176
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