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AbstractThe preferred data for analyzing water availability are those of historical flow series of the sources of interest; however, most Brazilian watersheds do not have sufficient fluviometric monitoring. Such cases require techniques for transposing data from one region to another, otherwise known as 'flow regionalization'. The present work aimed to compare the method proposed by Secretaria de Meio Ambiente e Desenvolvimento Sustentável (SEMAD) of the state of Goiás with the traditionaldoi:10.1515/eng-2020-0053 fatcat:axhpajorkvajbjmiokkvlvyrpm