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Figure 1 from Murphy, J.C., Knight, R.R., Wolfe, W.J., and Gain, W.S., 2012, Predicting ecological flow regime at ungaged sites: A comparison of methods: River Research and Applications, doi: 10.1002/rra.2570.

Figure 1. Six watersheds with observed daily streamflow data exist in the geographic overlap of the rainfall-runoff model (Kentucky) and regional regression model (Cumberland and Tennessee River basins).

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