by Carnegie Institution of Washington in Washington .
The maps and most of the diagrams are in pocket.
|Statement||by J.A. Folse ...|
|Series||Carnegie Institution of Washington publication,, no. 400|
|LC Classifications||TC175 .F6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 237 p.|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||30001581|
Evaluation of a method of estimating low-flow frequencies from base-flow measurements at Indiana streams. Indianapolis, Ind.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Branch of Information Services [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Get this from a library! A practical method of estimating peak from mean daily flows with application to streams in Ontario. [B P Sangal; National Hydrology Research Institute (Canada); Canada. Inland Waters Directorate.] -- "A practical method has been suggested for estimating peak flow. The method uses variables that are the mean daily flows of three consecutive days, with the maximum mean High-flow sampling also results in the smallest RMSPE values for all methods used for NO23, TP and SSC. High-flow and seasonal sampling improve the performance of some methods over uniform sampling for SC and TN, although most method estimates for these constituents are within 5 percent of observed decadal loads regardless of :// of stream with the most even cross-sectional area. STEP 3: Calculate the flow in litres per second The flow is the product of the average stream area and the average velocity of the flow: Since the water moves more quickly on the surface than in other parts of the stream, an additional factor must
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