2 edition of Evaluation of peak-flow data network of small streams in Missouri found in the catalog.
Evaluation of peak-flow data network of small streams in Missouri
Leland D. Hauth
Bibliography: p. 37-38.
|Statement||by Leland D. Hauth ; prepared in cooperation with the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission.|
|Series||Water resources investigations -- 80-87., Water-resources investigations -- 80-87.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)., Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
2 Table of Contents Executive Summary. Using data from 80 Oregon watersheds ranging in size from km2 to km2, equations were developed to predict peak flows for use in culvert design on forest roads. After dividing Oregon into six physiographic regions, annual peak flow data from gauging stations with more than 20 years of record were analyzedFile Size: 6MB.
Montana StreamStats is a web-based geographic information system application that provides users with access to basin and streamflow characteristics for gaged and ungaged streams in Montana. Evaluation of the streamflow-gaging network of Texas and a proposed core StreamStats in Oklahoma drainage-basin characteristics and peak-flow. Technical Guide - River and Stream Systems: Flooding Hazard Limit Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources the single station data cover less than a 10 year period, the records should not be .
If the end user has observed data from multiple gauging sites along a stream network, as in this research, then the model can be calibrated for each sub-basin concurrently from the headwaters to the watershed outlet to improve calibration results (Arnold et al., ). However, the process is labor intensive and impractical for most by: Peak flow prediction for small forested watersheds along the southern Oregon and northern California coast. Water Note , Water Resources Research Institute, Oregon State University, Corvallis. Andrus, C. and H.A. Froehlich.
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