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Base-flow frequency characteristics of selected Pennsylvania streams
Kirk E. White
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Harrisburg, Pa, Denver, Colo
|Other titles||Base flow frequency characteristics of selected Pennsylvania streams.|
|Statement||by Kirk E. White and Ronald A. Sloto ; prepared in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 90-4160.|
|Contributions||Sloto, Ronald A., Pennsylvania. Dept. of Environmental Resources., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
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BASE-FLOW-FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS OF SELECTED PENNSYLVANIA STREAMS by Kirk E. White and Ronald A. Sloto ABSTRACT Streamflow hydrographs of streamflow stations in Pennsylvania were analyzed by using three computer-assisted empirical methods--local-minimum, fixed-interval, and sliding-interval--to separate the ground-water andCited by: Get this from a library.
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Low-flow characteristics have been determined by the USGS at streamgages in Indiana (Fowler and Wilson, ). Low-flow statistics investigated in.
The management and availability of Indiana’s water resources increase in importance every year. Specifically, information on low-flow characteristics of streams is essential to State water-management agencies. These agencies need low-flow information when working with issues related to irrigation, municipal and industrial water supplies, fish and wildlife protection, and the.
Physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of selected headwater streams along the Allegheny Front, Blair County, Pennsylvania, July –September Open-File. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources maps by Inc.
(Sewickley, Base-flow frequency characteristics of selected Pennsylvania streams by Kirk E White (Book. Updating Low-Flow Statistics at USGS Streamgages and Regionalization of Selected Low-Flow Characteristics for Alabama Streams.
INTRODUCTION. As part of their mission to protect public health and aquatic ecosystems, Alabama state agencies need accurate and representative streamflow statistics to establish realistic and applicable criteria for both water quality and.
The importance of diverse data types to calibrate a watershed model of the Trout Lake Basin, Northern Wisconsin, USA. Sloto, R. A., Base-flow-frequency characteristics of selected Pennsylvania streams.
U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report 90 Cited by: June PENNSYLVANIA BASELINE Part 2 - Impact Assessment Data Base Chapter 1 - Characteristics and Human Utilization of Natural Ecosystems Section 6 - Water Quality by Attila A. Sooky University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Prepared for Ohio River Basin Energy Study (ORBES) Grant Number R Base-Flow Characteristics of Streams in the Valley and Ridge, Blue Ridge, and Piedmont Physiographic Provinces of Virginia (U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper, ) [David L. Nelms, George E. Harlow, Donald C. Hayes] on *FREE* shipping on. Streams are classified—or ordered—according to the hierarchy of natural channels within a watershed.
The order of a stream can provide clues about other stream characteristics, including Stream Restoration Chapter 1 7 Figure The Hydrologic Cycle The Federal Interagency Stream Restoration Working Group,6. Full text of "Flood flow frequency for ungaged watersheds: a literature evaluation" See other formats.
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Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research. _____Time-of-travel and reaeration data for seven small streams in Alabama, June to August U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report17 p. Harris, D.D.,Travel rates of water for selected streams in the Williamette River Basin, Oregon: U.S.
Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA, 2 sheets. Base flow is water that sustains a stream or river when no immediate precipitation has occurred and can be thought of as a mixture of different groundwater contributions that may include water from unsaturated soil reservoirs [1,2].This critical component of streamflow is important for sustaining surface water quantity and quality during low flows, drier months of the year, or Author: Sydney S.
Foks, Jeff P. Raffensperger, Colin A. Penn, Jessica M. Driscoll. Streamflow and the Water Cycle. If you read our discussion on the role the oceans play in the water cycle, you know that evaporation from the oceans is the primary way that water returns to the atmosphere from the Earth's surface.
Water returns to the Earth from precipitation falling on the land, where gravity either takes it into the ground as infiltration or it begins. Cary, L.E.,Techniques for estimating selected parameters of the U.S. Geological Survey's Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System in eastern Montana and northeastern Wyoming: U.S.
Geol. Surv. Water-Resour. The base flow recession constant, K b, is used to characterize the interaction of groundwater and surface water tion of K b is critical in many studies including rainfall‐runoff modeling, estimation of low flow statistics at ungaged locations, and base flow separation methods.
The performance of several estimators of K b are compared, including several new Cited by: Distinct seasonal characteristics of monsoon climate significantly affect river streamflow in South Korea.
The roles of direct runoff and baseflow on streamflow have become more important to ecosystems and human communities in various watersheds of South Korea. Understanding river characteristics, including direct runoff and baseflow, is the first step of river management and Cited by: 6.