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Low-flow data for selected partial-record stations in Ohio
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch, U.S. Geological Survey in Columbus, Ohio, Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Other titles||Low-flow characteristics of Ohio streams|
|Statement||by Ronald R. Schwartz ; prepared in cooperation with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 84-824|
|Contributions||Johnson, Dorothy Pompey, 1948-., Ohio EPA., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Maryland Department of the Environment, operated a network of 20 low-flow partial-record stations during in a region that extends from southwest of Baltimore to the northeastern corner of Maryland to obtain estimates of selected streamflow statistics at the station locations. This report presents information on water-supply characteristics of selected Arkansas streams that will facilitate orderly development, conservation, control of pollution, and wise use of Arkansas's surface-water resources. The flow data came from 65 gaging stations and 97 partial-record sites.
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Water-data report (Annual), 1 October September Water resources data for California, water year Volume 4. Northern Central Valley basins and the great basin from Honey Lake basin to Oregon State line. Water-data report (Annual), 1 October September The nature of the partial record is indicated by table titles such as "Crest-stage partial records," or "Low- flow partial records." Records of miscellaneous discharge measurements or of measurements from special studies, such as low-flow seepage studies, may be considered as partial records, but they are presented separately in this report.
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Low-flow characteristics for 67 low-flow partial-record stations defined in Ohio since the water year are presented.
Low-flow characteristics presented ar the 7-day year low flow, the 7-day 2-year low flow, and the flow equalled or exceeded 90 percent of the time.
The 7-day year low-flow ranged from 0 ft3 to (3)/s. This report presents low-flow characteristics of the 67 low- flow partial-record stations defined in Ohio since October Low-flow characteristics presented are the 7-day year low flow, the 7-day 2-year low flow, and the flow equalled or exceededAuthor: R.R.
Schwartz. This report presents selected low-flow and flow-duration characteristics for sites throughout Ohio. These sites include long-term continuous- record stations with streamflow data through water year (October 1 to September 30) and for low-flow partial-record stations with measurements into water year The characteristics presented for the long-term continuous-record.
This analysis is similar to correlations at a partial-record station in which only the 7Q2 and 7Q10 flow statistics typically are generated (fig. 3b). SUMMARY. Currently (), low-flow statistics have been published for the Pee Dee, Broad, Saluda and Edisto, and Catawba-Wateree and Santee River basins.
Johnson, DP, and KD Metzker, Low Flow Characteristics of Ohio Streams U.S. Geological Survey Open File ReportColumbus, Ohio, Schwartz, RR, Low Flow Data for Selected Partial Record Stations in Ohio, Supplement to U.S.
Geological Survey Open File ReportColumbus, Ohio, For more information contact. 25 years (Book) Ohio EPA: [brochure] by Ohio EPA (Book) OhioEPA online: Ohio EPA offers information on the World Wide Web--(Book) Ohio environmental business assistance resources: Central District Office or central Ohio (Book.Early Ohio census record / editors, Ronald Vern Jackson, Gary Ronald Teeples ; introd., K.
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Seven-day ten-year low-flow values have been used as indices of water availability for regional energy facility siting. This paper describes an automated system for generating low-flow frequency distributions for United States Geological Survey streamflow gaging sites. Since no single frequency.
The purpose of this report is to update previously published low-flow characteristics for selected streamflow stations in Mississippi and adjacent States, to present low-flow characteristics for stations in Mississippi that were measurements made through October were used in the analyses of data at partial-record stations.
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Religion and Chemistry; or, Proofs of God's Plan. This report, in two volumes, contains records for water discharge at gaging stations and various partial-record sites; water levels at observation wells and 38 crest-stage gages; and water quality at 18 gaging stations, 34 observation wells, and no partial-record sites.
Also included are data from miscellaneous and synoptic sites. NOTEData for partial-record stations and miscellaneous sites for both surface-water discharge and quality are published in separate sections of the data report. See reference at the end of this list for page numbers for these sections.
[Letters after station name designate type of data collected: (d) discharge, (c) chemical, (b) biological. 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 the technique of extending short records is not used.
The report includes. A map showing the locations of regular gaging-station and partial-record station data-collection sites.Estimation of selected streamflow statistics for a network of low-flow partial-record stations in areas affected by base realignment and closure (BRAC) in Maryland by: Ries, Kernell G.
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