•A semi-empirical models for estimating the mean and variance of the monthly streamflow based on Taylor Series approximation of a lumped physically based water balance model is presented.•The proposed models explain well, the spatial variability in monthly moments for basins in lower elevations.•A regionalization of parameters for each water resources region show good agreement between observed moments and model estimated moments during January, February, March and April for mean and all months except May and June for variance.•These relationships could be employed for understanding and estimating the monthly hydroclimatology of ungauged basins using regional parameters.
Advances in Water Resources – Elsevier
Published: Apr 1, 2018
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