Computes the Mean Annual Minimum (MAM-n) for any given n.

1 |

`lfobj` |
An object of class "lfobj" |

`n` |
Mean Annual minimum for n-days, e.g. n=7 computes MAM7 |

`year` |
The year for which the BFI should be computed. If hyearstart != 1 the BFI is calculated for the hydrological year! "any" means the whole series should be taken. If a vector of years is given, all this years are included in the calculation. |

`breakdays` |
A vector of breakdays if the BFI should be calculated for different seasons. |

`yearly` |
If TRUE, the BFI is calculated for each hydrological year separately. |

If breakdays is a single day, e.g. "01/06", the start of the hydrological year is taken as the second breakday. If more than two seasons are to be specified, a vector of all breakdays is needed.

A length one vector giving the BFI for the whole series or the specified year. If yearly is true, a vector of the annual BFIs is returned. If breakdays are specified, separated values for every season are given.

At the moment there is no check for seasonal overlap. E.g. The MAM7 of 1991 and 1992 could take the same days for calculation if the are in n/2-days range. This problem could be avoided by choosing a "meaningfull" hyearstart and breakdays, usually dates out of the low flow seasons.

The annual minima can be calculated by setting n=1 and yearly = TRUE.

Daniel Koffler and Gregor Laaha

Gustard, A. & Demuth, S. (2009) (Eds) Manual on Low-flow Estimation and Prediction. Operational Hydrology Report No. 50, WMO-No. 1029, 136p.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 | ```
data(ngaruroro)
MAM(ngaruroro)
MAM(ngaruroro, n=1) #Mean annual minimum
MAM(ngaruroro, year = c(1991,1995)) #Taking values from 1991 and 1995
MAM(ngaruroro, year = 1991:1995) #Taking values from 1991 to 1995 (1991,1992,...,1995)
MAM(ngaruroro, breakdays = c("01/11","01/05"))
MAM(ngaruroro, year = 1991)
``` |

Questions? Problems? Suggestions? Tweet to @rdrrHQ or email at ian@mutexlabs.com.

Please suggest features or report bugs with the GitHub issue tracker.

All documentation is copyright its authors; we didn't write any of that.