Depth-duration-area value

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depth–duration–area value

(Commonly abbreviated DDA value.) The average depth of precipitation that has occurred within a specified time interval over an area of given size.

Usually, for any given storm or period of study, the assigned DDA values are those that represent the highest average depth for each selected duration and areal size.


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