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Flow-duration and low-flow frequency determinations of selected Arkansas streams
Marion S. Hines
Bibliography: p. 27-29.
|Statement||by Marion S. Hines ; prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Arkansas Geological Commission.|
|Series||Water resources circular ; no. 12|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), Arkansas Geological Commission.|
|LC Classifications||GB705.A8 A23 no. 12, GB1225.A8 A23 no. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||76621109|
Methods and computer software are described in this report for determining flow-duration, low-flow frequency statistics, and August median flows. Estimating selected low-flow frequency statistics and harmonic-mean flows for ungaged, unregulated streams in Indiana Technical Report (PDF Available) September with Reads How we.
Frequency analysis of low flows in intermittent and non-intermittent rivers from hydrological basins in Turkey. Available Online 2 March , ws; DOI: /ws Commonly used distributions in low-flow frequency analysis were considered in the model selection process performed by the BIC. Corresponding Q T,30 and Q T,7 local low-flow quantiles are available from a low-flow frequency analysis performed at each of the studied sites (Ouarda et al., ).Cited by: 6.
A flow duration curve (FDC) is used to determine the discharge of a certain time percentage (quantile) in hydrological basins. It can simply be obtained by sorting the observed streamflow time series in the ascending order and plotting it against its corresponding duration (Castellarin et al. ).FDCs are useful tools for characterizing hydrological regimes and flow variability (Booker Cited by: 4. The tentative title of the report will be “Low-flow frequency and flow duration of selected Alabama streams at continuous-record streamgaging stations”. For Phase II, a USGS SIR will be prepared describing the methods, assumptions, and results from the regional regression analysis of low-flow statistics for unregulated basins.
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This report is the third in a series dealing with statewide surface-water-supply statistical studies. It contains an update of Hines () flow duration and low-flow frequency data and differs from the earlier report in that data for regulated streams are included and.
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12, 75 p. 24 Low-Flow Frequency and Flow-Duration Characteristics of Selected Streams in Alabama Through March The assessment showed that the 7Q10 varied from a high of 73 cubic feet per second (ft 3/s) to a low of 50 ft/s, which is a difference of 37 percent.
The 7Q10 for the complete period of record was 52 ft3/ by: 1. Buy Flow-duration and low-flow frequency determinations of selected Arkansas streams (Water resources circular ; no.
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This report provides streamflow estimates for 91 con-tinuous-record streamflow-gaging stations with 10 or moreFile Size: 3MB.
The procedure for deriving the long-term flow duration curve at an ungauged site utilises the estimate of natural long-term annual Q95 (as described above) to select a flow duration curve from a family of type curves (standardised by the mean flow).Cited by: The study examined the characteristics of the Sumanpa stream’s Flow-Duration-Frequency Curve statistics for a period of 25years () and compared the.
Flow durations, low-flow frequencies, and monthly median streamflows were computed for 91 continuous-record, streamflow-gaging stations in Connecticut with 10 or more years of record. Flow durations include the,, 5- and 1-percent exceedances. Low-flow frequencies include the 7-day, year (7Q10) low flow; 7-day, 2.
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In addition, daily flow durations for the 5-,and percent probability of exceedance also are presented for the stations.
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the low-flow statistics for 23 selected streamgaging stations in the Broad River basin in South Carolina, and includes flow durations of 5-,and percent.
Inthe U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, initiated a study to update low-flow statistics at continuous-record streamgaging stations operated by the U.S.
Geological Survey in South Carolina. This report presents the low-flow statistics for 23 selected streamgaging stations in the Broad River basin in South.
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Ahearn. Hines, M.S.,Flow duration and low-flow frequency determinations of selected Arkansas streams: Arkansas Geological Commission Water Resources Circular No. Neely, B.L., Jr.,Annual peak discharges and stages through for gaging stations in Arkansas: Arkansas Geological Commission Water Resources Circular No.
Flow Duration of Streams at Selected Continuous Record Gaging Stations 29 Flood Peak Discharges, for Selected Recurrence Intervals, at Gaging Stations in the Eastern Arkansas Basin 33 Ranges in Annual Peak Stages and Discharges at Selected Gaging Stations 34 Low-flow Frequency at Selected Ga~ing Stations.
Estimating Low-Flow Frequency Statistics and Hydrologic Analysis of Selected Streamflow-Gaging Stations, Nooksack River Basin, Northwestern Washington by Alfred F Mancuso,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.Water use in Arkansas has increased dramatically in recent years.
Sincethe use of water for all purposes except power generation has increased 53 percent (4, cubic feet per second in to 6, cubic feet per second in ). The biggest users are agriculture (90 percent), municipal water supply (4 percent) and industrial supply (2 percent).The number of significant figures in low-flow discharges in table 1 is based on the length of record and adjustments in the frequency curves.
For records of 20 years or more, the low flows are given to three significant figures except for flows of less than 1 ft3/s for which only two significant figures are : George S. Outlaw, Jess D. Weaver.