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Yiwen Mei, Efthymios I. Nikolopoulos, Emmanouil N. Anagnostou, and Marco Borga

ratio values of temporal correlation are notably higher for the warm period months in the case of midsize basins. It is noted that the random error is dampened through the rainfall–runoff transformation in all cases, while the systematic error showed no significant sensitivity. 6. Conclusions This paper provided a rigorous hydrologic assessment of the error propagation of three widely used satellite precipitation products and their corresponding gauge-adjusted versions over a cascade of mountainous

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Clément Guilloteau, Rémy Roca, and Marielle Gosset

disease risk management ( Guilloteau et al. 2014 ). Many validation studies of these products have been undertaken based on comparison with ground data ( Sapiano and Arkin 2009 ; Gebremichael et al. 2014 ) at resolutions down to 0.25° and 3 h, and occasionally finer ( Hong et al. 2007 ; Behrangi et al. 2012 ; Habib et al. 2012 ). Few of these validation studies have focused on West Africa ( Nicholson et al. 2003 ; Roca et al. 2010 ; Gosset et al. 2013 ), where rain gauge networks are very sparse

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