2 edition of Flow-frequency characteristics of Vermont streams found in the catalog.
Flow-frequency characteristics of Vermont streams
Scott A. Olson
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Pembroke, N.H, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Other titles||Flow frequency characteristics of Vermont streams.|
|Statement||by Scott A. Olson ; in cooperation with the Vermont Agency of Transportation.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 02-4238.|
|Contributions||Vermont. Agency of Transportation., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
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This report provides estimates of flow-frequency characteristics for gaged streams in Vermont and describes methods for estimating flow-frequency characteristics for ungaged streams.
The flow-frequency characteristics investigated are the magnitude of peak discharges at recurrence intervals of 2, 5, 10, 25, 50,and years, and the. Genre/Form: Government publications Electronic government information: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Olson, Scott A. Flow-frequency characteristics of Vermont streams.
2 Flow-Frequency Characteristics of Vermont Streams This report (1) provides estimates of peak-flow magnitudes for recurrence intervals of 2, 5, 10, 25, 50,and years, and estimates of the, and percent-flow duration (daily discharges excee 50, and 75 percent of the time) for gaged streams inFile Size: 3MB.
A Geographic Information System Tool to Solve Regression Equations and Estimate Flow-Frequency Characteristics of Vermont Streams: Open-File Report Paperback – Febru by Scott A. Olson (Author), United U.S. Department of the Interior (Creator), et al. (Creator) & 0 moreAuthor: Scott A.
Olson. SIREstimation of Flood Discharges at Selected Annual Exceedance Probabilities for Unregulated, Rural Streams in Vermont; WRIRFlow-frequency characteristics of Vermont streams; Virginia.
SIRMethods and equations for estimating peak streamflow per square mile in Virginia’s urban basins. Get this from a library. A geographic information system tool to solve regression equations and estimate flow-frequency characteristics of Vermont streams.
[Scott A Olson; Gary D Tasker; Craig M Johnston; Geological Survey (U.S.); Vermont. Agency of Transportation.]. Flow-frequency characteristics of Vermont streams, Water Resources Investigations Report U.S.
Geological Survey: Pembroke, NH, USA. Measuring suspended sediment in small mountain streams. Knowledge of the peak flow of floods of a given recurrence interval is essential for regulation and planning of water resources and for design of bridges, culverts, and dams along Minnesota's rivers and streams.
Statistical techniques are needed to estimate peak flow at ungaged sites because long-term streamflow records are available at relatively few places. Scott, A.G.,Analysis of characteristics of simulated flows from small surface-mined and undisturbed Appalachian watersheds in the Tug Fork basin of Kentucky, Virginia, and West Virginia: U.S.
Geol. Surv. Water-Resour. Full text of "Flood flow frequency for ungaged watersheds: a literature evaluation" See other formats.
Techniques for estimating peak flow on small streams in Minnesota by D.L. Lorenz, G.H. Carlson, and C.A. Sanocki Tables showing the peak-flow-frequency data and basin characteristics for streamflow gaging stations, was used in the peak-flow frequency computation.
For some streams where the record ended prior toand the large. " Flow-frequency characteristics of Vermont streams. " Rep.U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations, Reston, VA.
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Eissler, B. B.,Low-flow frequency analysis of streams in New York: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Bulle p. Flippo, H. N., Jr.,Technical manual for estimating low-flow character istics of Pennsylvania streams: Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources, Bulle 86 p.
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Low-flow frequency indices are widely used in drought studies, design of water supply systems, estimation of safe surface water withdrawals, classification of streams’ potential for waste dilution (assimilative capacity), regulating waste disposal to streams, maintenance of certain in-stream discharges, etc.
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sw Availability of Techniques and Methods 4-B5, Guidelines for Determining Flood Flow Frequency, Bulletin 17C; sw Peak Flow File: Status and plans for resolving cleanup effort and an opportunity to preview a new report: The U.S.
Geological Survey Peak-Flow File Data Verification Project, ; sw Identification, Correction, and Revision of. Gaged Streams: Flood flow frequency analyses shall be made in accordance with the latest methodology presented in Bulletin No.
17B (Reference 1) and subsequent modifications. The basic flood flow frequency curve for gaged sites on unregulated streams shall be obtained from the local district office of the U.S.
Geological Survey (USGS), Water. A regional low flow frequency analysis in the north of Iran using L-moments was carried out. Low flow events have been represented by the 7-day annual minimum series and the L-moments approach was used to assign these data into homogenous regions.
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