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Technique for estimating magnitude and frequency of peak flows in Maryland
Jonathan J. A. Dillow
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Towson, Md, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Statement||by Jonathan J.A. Dillow ; prepared in cooperation with the Maryland State Highway Administration.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 95-4154.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), Maryland. State Highway Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
Techniques for estimating magnitude and frequency of flood-peak discharges, based on channel geometry parameters, are presented as a method for evaluating Ohio floods in geographic areas deficient. This report describes the results of a study to estimate the magnitudes of peak flows for ungaged, unregulated steep streams in New England. Regression relationships are presented which relate basin and climatic characteristics to peak flows for recurrence intervals of 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, , and years. In addition, this report describes the.
The estimation of the peak river flow, like the estimation of any design variable, requires the specification of assigned design details. In particular, the peak river flow depends on the return period, which defines how much a peak flow is "extreme".In statistics and engineering we can quantify the "extremeness" of an event by specifying its frequency of occurrence. Techniques for estimating magnitude and frequency of peak flows for Pennsylvania streams iv, 43 p. (OCoLC) Online version: Stuckey, Marla H. Techniques for estimating magnitude and frequency of peak flows for Pennsylvania streams.
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Methods are presented for estimating peak-flow magnitudes of selected frequencies, ranging from 2 to years, for all nontidal drainage basins in Maryland. The methods were developed by generalized least-squares regression techniques using data from gaged basins.
Background Techniques for estimating peak-flow frequen cies for Delaware streams were previously pre sented in reports by Tice () and Gushing, Kantrowitz, and Taylor (). The most recent technique for estimating peak-flow frequencies in Maryland was presented by Simmons and Carpen ter ().Cited by: Technique for estimating magnitude and frequency of peak flows in Maryland.
[Jonathan J A Dillow; Maryland. Technique for estimating magnitude and frequency of peak flows in Maryland. Towson, Md.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports.
Techniques for Estimating the Magnitude and Frequency of Peak Flows on Small Streams in Minnesota Based on Data through Water Year USGS Scientific Investigations Report [Lorenz, David L., Sanocki, Chris A., et al.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Techniques for Estimating the Magnitude and Frequency of Peak Flows on Small Author: Chris A. Sanocki. The goal of this study was to develop peak flow regression equations for the state of Maryland with a particular emphasis given to watersheds less than 20 mi 2 in : John D.
Porcari, Parker F. Williams. WRIRTechnique for Estimating Magnitude and Frequency of Peak Flows in Maryland; WRIRLow-Flow Characteristics of Streams in Maryland and Delaware (Abstract only) Massachusetts.
SIRMagnitude of flood flows at selected annual exceedance probabilities for streams in Massachusetts. Maryland Peak Flow WRIRTechnique for Estimating Magnitude and Frequency of Peak Flows in Maryland.
Massachusetts B17C Peak Flow SIRMagnitude of flood flows at selected annual exceedance probabilities for. US Geological Survey has deve loped techniques for estimating the magnitude and frequency of floods in each state and various regions.
Flood frequency regression equations should serve as an order-of-magnitude check on the reasonableness of peak flows. Part National Engineering Handbook Chapter 5 Stream Hydrology 5–ii (–VI–NEH, August ) Tables Table 5–1 Sensitivity analysis on gage record, Willow Creek case 5–8 study Table 5–2 K-values for the Gumbel extreme value distribution 5–12 Table 5–3 K-values for the log-Pearson type III distribution 5–13 Table 5–4 Discharge peaks, with basic statistics 5– 8 |Flow Cytometry Basics Guide Principles of the Flow Cytometer As the pulses are generated, their quantification is necessary for fluorescence signals to be displayed on plots, analyzed and interpreted.
This is the job of the signal processing electronics. The majority of flow cytometers are now digital systems. The analog current. This document summarizes the project entitled, “Evaluation of Alternative Statistical Methods for Estimating Frequency of Peak Flows in Maryland” performed for the Maryland State Highway Administration.
The project was commenced in October and includes peak flow data through the hydrologic year ending Septem 2 Methods for Estimating Magnitude and Frequency of 1- 3- 7-,and day flood-duration flows in Arizona a) found that although predicted peak.
To add depth to the software tools found on this site, this page contains references as well as supporting information. References. Dillow, J. A.,Technique for Estimating Magnitude and Frequency of Peak Flow in Water-Resources Investigations ReportTowson, Maryland, 55 p.
Regression equations for estimating the magnitude and frequency of floods on ungaged streams in Pennsylvania with drainage areas less that 2, square miles were developed on the basis of peak-flow data collected at streamflow-gaging stations.
A method is presented for estimating peak-flow magnitudes and frequencies at ungaged sites. Multiple-regression techniques are used to develop equations which relate physical and climatological features of drainage basin to peak discharges for selected recurrence intervals, from 2 to years.
Techniques for estimating magnitude and frequency of peak flows for Pennsylvania streams (Water-resources investigations report) [Stuckey, Marla H] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Techniques for estimating magnitude and frequency of peak flows for Pennsylvania streams (Water-resources investigations report)Author: Marla H Stuckey.
Magnitude–frequency relationships are needed to estimate risk. This article considers the application of magnitude–frequency relationships compiled from landslide inventories for analysis of debris avalanches and debris flows in coastal British Columbia, Canada.
Magnitude–frequency relationshipsCited by: METHODS FOR ESTIMATING MAGNITUDE AND FREQUENCY OF PEAK FLOWS FOR SMALL WATERSHEDS IN UTAH Prepared For: Utah Department of Transportation Research Division Submitted By: University of Utah Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Authored By: Christine A.
Pomeroy, Ph.D., P.E. Aaron J. Timpson, E.I.T. June Cited by: 2. Year Published: Techniques for estimating the magnitude and frequency of peak flows on small streams in the binational U.S.
and Canadian Lake of the Woods–Rainy River Basin upstream from Kenora, Ontario, Canada, based on data through water year Wiley, J. B.: Estimating the magnitude of annual peak discharges with recurrence intervals between and years for rural, unregulated streams in West Virginia / (Charleston, W.V.: U.S.
Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey; Denver, CO: U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor], ), also by Dawn. Two statistically derived techniques-regional regression equation and region of influence regression-can be used to estimate peak flow on ungaged streams smaller than 3, square miles in Minnesota.The Soil Conservation Service (SCS) has developed charts ES and ES for estimating the instantaneous peak discharge expected from small areas.
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