3 edition of Flood-depth frequency relations for streams in Alabama found in the catalog.
Flood-depth frequency relations for streams in Alabama
D. A. Olin
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section [distributor in Tuscaloosa, Ala, Denver, CO
|Statement||by D.A. Olin ; prepared in cooperation with the Alabama Highway Department and U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey water-resources investigations report -- 85-4296., Water-resources investigations report -- 85-4296.|
|Contributions||Alabama. State Highway Dept., United States. Federal Highway Administration., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
After five decades, the field of Statistical Hydrology continues to evolve and remains a very active area of investigation. Researchers continue to examine various distributions, methods of estimation of parameters, and problems related to regionalization. However, much of this research appears in journals and reports and usually in a form not easi. Magnitude and Frequency of Floods for Rural Streams in Florida, [U.S. Department of the Interior] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Magnitude and Frequency of Floods for Rural Streams in Florida,
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Flood-depth frequency relations for rural streams in Alabama, USGS Scientific Investigations Report [K. Lee, T. Hedgecock] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Equations have been defined for estimating the depth of water for floods having a, 4- 2Author: K.
Lee. determination of flood-depth frequency relations Streamflow and stage records are available for gaging stations on rural streams and 23 gaging stations on urban streams in by: 1. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Olin, D. Flood-depth frequency relations for streams in Alabama.
Tuscaloosa, Ala.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior. These relations are based on computed depths that correspond to the flood magnitude and frequency for streamgages in Alabama and 42 streamgages in adjacent States having at least 10 years of consecutive record.
These relations are based on computed depths that correspond to the flood magnitude and frequency for streamgages in Alabama and 42 streamgages in adjacent States having at least 10 years of consecutive record. These relations utilize observed flood data collected through The geologic, physiographic.
Flood-depth frequency relations for streams in Alabama / By D. Olin, Geological Survey (U.S.), United States. Federal Highway Administration. and Alabama. State Highway Department. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Floods.
Regional flood-depth-frequency equations for the and 1-percent chance exceedance were developed in Alabama for this pur- pose (Hains, ). These equations are based on rural streamgages with drainage areas ranging from to square miles (mi2).
flow duration) and year flood depth on unregulated streams in West Virginia. Drainage basin characteristics determined from the year flood-depth analysis were used to develop 2-,and year regional flood- depth equations.
Two regions with distinct baseline-depth equations and three regions with distinct flood-depth equations are : J.B. Wiley. SIRMagnitude and Frequency of Floods on Small Rural Streams in Alabama WRIRLow-flow and flow-duration characteristics of Alabama streams Alaska. FLOOD MAGNITUDE AND FREQUENCY AT GAGING STATIONS.
A flood-frequency relation is the relation of peak discharge to probability of exceedance or recurrence interval. Probability of exceedance is the chance of a given peak discharge being exceeded in any one : J.
Brian Atkins. Methods of estimating flood magnitudes for recurrence intervals of2, 5, 10, 25, 50, and years have been developed for rural streams in Alabama that are not affected by regulation or urbanization.
Regression relations were developed using generalized least-squares regression techniques to estimate flood magnitude and frequency on ungaged streams as a function of the.
Geological Survey of Alabama: Regional flood depth-frequency relations for Alabama / (University: Geological Survey of Alabama, Water Resources Division, ), also by C. Hains and Geological Survey (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Geological Survey of Alabama: Report.
(University [etc.] Ala.), also by Alabama. State Oil. Regional relations are defined for estimating the depth of floods having recurrence intervals of 10, 50, and years on streams with natural flow in Georgia. Multiple-regression analysis of station data is used to define the relations between flood depths and frequency for streams draining from 1 to 1, square miles, and for 10 climatological and physical basin characteristics.
Magnitude and frequency of floods for rural streams in Florida, by: Verdi, Richard Jay. Published: () Characteristics of the April flood at 10 streamflow-gaging stations in Massachusetts by: Zarriello, Phillip J.
Published: (). Multiple regression analyses are applied to data from U.S. Geological Survey streamflow stations to develop equations that estimate baseline depth (depth of 50% flow duration) and yr flood depth on unregulated streams in West Virginia.
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Preliminary flood-frequency relations have been defined for small streams in Kansas for floods having recurrence intervals not greater than 10 years.
The defined relations will be useful for the design of culverts and other hydraulic structures. The relations are expressed in terms of basin ow records at 95 sites in Kansas for an 8-year period provided the basic data. Year Published: Magnitude and Frequency of Floods in Alabama, Methods of estimating flood magnitudes for recurrence intervals of2, 5, 10, 25, 50, and years have been developed for rural streams in Alabama that are not affected by regulation or urbanization.Climate variability (dry cycles to wet cycles) and land-use change play a significant role, but there is a large amount of uncertainty around the flood quantile estimates (the value of discharge corresponding to the year flood), particularly if there isn’t a long record of observed data at a stream location.Alabama Streams: A list of all the Streams in Alabama that begin with wxyz with maps, driving directions and a local area search function.