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Firstly, it divides a hydrological basin into sub-river basins and then divides each sub-river basin into land cover components using the public-domain topographic analysis software TOPAZ (and Martz and Garbreht, 1999). These homogeneous areas are based on the hydrological response unit (HRU) concept described by Kite (2005). SLURP defines these areas as Aggregated Simulation Areas (ASA). , 1994) and it was developed to make maximum use of remote sensing data. , 1999), contribution of snowmelt to runoff (Laurente and Valeo, 2003; Thorne and Woo, 2006), and large mountainous catchment (Thorne and Woo, 2006).
From the earliest descriptions of cryptosporidiosis in humans, the number of cases has continued to grow, in the case of individual reports or outbreaks, such infection is attributed to C. parvum. 2% in immunocompetent individuals and 14% in HIV-positive. 5% in immunocompetent patients and 24% in HIV-positive. , 2004). In the United States, an estimated 50% of the animals from cattle herds eliminate oocysts of C. parvum, however, the disease is preferentially observed in calves that manifest from the 4th day of life until the fourth week.
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