"Variability and Trends of Daily Heavy Rainfall Events over Niger River Basin Development Authority Area in Nigeria"
written by Joseph Sunday Babatolu, Rufus Temidayo Akinnubi, Akintade Taiwo Folagimi, Omosuyi Oluwayemisi Bukola,
published by American Journal of Climate Change, Vol.3 No.1, 2014
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