2 edition of Analysis of the peak-flow gaging network in North Dakota found in the catalog.
Analysis of the peak-flow gaging network in North Dakota
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Bismarck, N.D, Denver, CO
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 15-16).
|Other titles||Analysis of the peak flow gaging network in North Dakota|
|Statement||by Tara Williams-Sether ; prepared in cooperation with the North Dakota Department of Transportation.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 96-4178|
|Contributions||North Dakota. Dept. of Transportation., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
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Williams-Sether. Analysis of peak-flow gaging network. 20 Procedure. 20 Results of network analysis. 13 in North Dakota, 3 in South Dakota, 7 in Wyoming, and 12 in Canada (pi. 1 and table 1 all tables are in the Supplemental Information section at the back of the report).
The stationCited by: 9. sion equations for estimating peak-flow magnitude and frequency relations for ungaged sites on ungaged unregulated streams that have drainage areas of 1, mi2 (square miles) or less; (4) to present a proce-dure for computing peak-flow magnitude and frequency relations for ungaged sites near gaging.
SIRRegional regression equations to estimate peak-flow frequency at sites in North Dakota using data through Ohio SIRMethods for estimating selected low-flow statistics and development of annual flow-duration statistics for Ohio.
Sorman A.U. () Regional Streamflow Network Analysis Using the Generalized Least Square Method: A Case Study in The Kizilirmak River Basin. In: Harmancioglu N.B., Ozkul S.D., Fistikoglu O., Geerders P. (eds) Integrated Technologies for Environmental Monitoring and Information : A.
Sorman. StreamStats Application. StreamStats is a Web application that provides access to an assortment of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) analytical tools that are useful for water-resources planning and management, and for engineering and design purposes. The map-based user interface can be used to delineate drainage areas for user-selected sites on streams, and then get basin characteristics.
Method For Network Analysis of Annual 7-Day, Year Low Flow. Description of Method. Application of the Method to the New Hampshire Stream-gaging Network. Network Analysis Scenarios. Scenario 1. Scenario 2. Scenario 3.
Results of the Stream-gaging Network Analysis. Summary and Conclusions. Selected References. Appendix 1.
Analysis of the streamflow-gaging station network in Ohio for effectiveness in providing regional streamflow information / (Columbus, Ohio: U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Branch of Information Services [distributor], ), by David E. Straub, Geological Survey (U.S.), and Ohio.
Division of Water (page images. Cleaves, E.T. and Doheny, E.J.,A strategy for a stream-gaging network in Maryland: Maryland Geological Survey Report of Investigations No. 71, 72 p. Doheny, Edward J.,Index of hydrologic characteristics and data resources of the Gwynns Falls watershed, Baltimore County and Baltimore City, Maryland: USGS Open-File Report:17 p.
Effects of the flood on water levels and water quality in the Sheyenne Delta aquifer, southeastern North Dakota, / (Grand Forks, N.D.: U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Branch of Information Services [distributor], ), by Michael L. Strobel, Scott A. Radig, North Dakota. Department of Health, and. Chapter C of this Scientific Investigations Report documents results from a study by the U.S.
Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Montana Department of Transportation and the Montana Department of Natural Resources, to provide an update of statewide peak-flow frequency analyses and results for Montana. The purpose of this report chapter is to present peak-flow frequency analyses and.
Federal Highway Administration: Analysis of the magnitude and frequency of floods and the peak-flow gaging network in Montana / (Helena, Mont.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor], ), also by R.
Omang, Geological Survey (U.S.), United States Forest Service. A comprehensive, practical approach to peak flow measurement, its indications, uses, benefits, and related flow meters are recommended in assisting doctors to manage asthma, as well as helping the patient to manage his or her own asthma flow.
This book gives the doctor guidelines on the correct use of the meter as well as providing information on the benefits and limitations of. Annual peak-flow data from U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging stations in Connecticut with at least 10 consecutive years of record were used to estimate peak-flow magnitudes for2-,and year recurrence intervals (exceedance probabilities of, andrespectively.
A representative bankfull flow at each gage was determined from a frequency analysis of annual peak flows, where bankfull flow was chosen as the 2 year recurrence interval peak flow (Q 2 or 2 year flow [L 3 T − 1]) and determined as the daily streamflow that has a 50% chance of being exceeded in any by: North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming may result in withdrawal of water from aquif ers faster than the aquifers are being recharged (Luckey et al.
; Johnson and Bouzaher ). For. Annual peak streamflow (peak flow) at a streamgage is defined as the maximum instantaneous flow in a water year. A water year begins on October 1 and continues through September 30 of the. Bankfull geometry of the channel is not used in any of the USGS regressions for North Dakota or Minnesota (Williams-Sether,Lorenz et al., ).
Regressions developed in this study include the contributing drainage areas of the North Dakota Minnesota gaging by: 3. The Watershed Analysis and Management (WAM) Program is an effort to guide communities in the successful application of a watershed approach and led to the development in of this Watershed Analysis and Management (WAM) Guide for States and Communities.
The Watershed Analysis and Management (WAM) process outlined in this guide is one tool that can be used to heal and restore the bonds between the community and the land. WAM offers tribes a framework to identify key environmental issues and develop effective management solutions that protect and restore valued resources (Boxes 1 and 2).Peak flow meters are helpful for monitoring breathing problems due to asthma, and therefore many new asthma patients are curious how to use a peak flow meter and to learn what peak flow meter readings mean.
This article provides a summary of these topics.of peak flow is delayed (Gannett et al., ). Additionally, the magnitude of low-flow discharge is a relatively high percentage of either the peak flow discharge or the annual mean monthly flow (Whiting and Moog, ; Whiting and Stamm, ; Gannett et al., ).
Here we focus on low flow indicators as this is the primary component of the.