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In the present study, we have assessed low-flow discharge deficits, and the characteristics of the low flows at a constant and variable (monthly) low-flow threshold. The low-flow truncation level was identified based on the 70th percentile from the flow duration curve (Q 70% ). Q 95% was assumed to be the threshold for the deep low-flow discharge. Thirteen catchments in the Vistula basin, varying in size, river regime, and physico-geographical conditions, were selected for the study. The inputdoi:10.15576/asp.fc/2018.17.3.205 fatcat:6xkokjwj4fhsfibdpv5bz562am