In this article, we propose a spatial model for analyzing extreme rainfall values over the Triveneto region (Italy). We assess the existence of a long-term trend in the extremes. To integrate data coming from the different stations, we propose a hierarchical model. At the first level, for each monitoring station we model data by making use of a generalized extreme value distribution; at the second level, we combine results from the first stage by exploiting recent advances in modeling nonstationary spatial random fields.

A hierarchical model for the analysis of spatial rainfall extremes

GAETAN, Carlo;
2007

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In this article, we propose a spatial model for analyzing extreme rainfall values over the Triveneto region (Italy). We assess the existence of a long-term trend in the extremes. To integrate data coming from the different stations, we propose a hierarchical model. At the first level, for each monitoring station we model data by making use of a generalized extreme value distribution; at the second level, we combine results from the first stage by exploiting recent advances in modeling nonstationary spatial random fields.
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