Low-flow characteristics of streams in Virginia

by Donald C. Hayes

Publisher: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Publisher: For sale by the Books and Open-File Reports Section in [Reston, Va.?], Denver, CO

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  • Stream measurements -- Virginia.

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Other titlesLow flow characteristics of streams in Virginia.
StatementDonald C. Hayes ; prepared in cooperation with the Virginia Water Control Board.
SeriesU.S. Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 2374.
ContributionsVirginia Water Control Board., Geological Survey (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 69 p. :
Number of Pages69
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Open LibraryOL15296794M

Low-flow characteristics of Pennsylvania streams. Harrisburg, Pa.: [Department of Environmental Resources, Office of Resources Management, Bureau of Design], , © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Carpenter, David H.: Low-flow characteristics of streams in Maryland and Delaware / (Towson, Md.: U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor], ), also by Donald C. Hayes and Maryland Geological Survey (page images at HathiTrust). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Low-flow characteristics of streams in the inner coastal plain of South Carolina by William M. Bloxham, , The Commission edition, in English. Station Number Station name Date/Time Gage height, feet Dis-charge, ft3/s Long-term median flow 5/27 Upper Dan:

USGS Station Number ; Station Name SANDY RIVER NEAR DANVILLE, VA Click here to link to available data on NWIS-Web for this site. Methods for estimating low-flow characteristics of ungaged streams in selected areas, northern Florida / by: Rumenik, Roger P. Published: () Streamflow simulation studies of the Hillsborough, Alafia, and Anclote Rivers, west-central Florida by: Turner, J. F. Published: (). Bingham, R.H., , Low flows and flow duration of Tennessee streams through U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report Bingham, R.H., , Regionalization of low-flow characteristics of Tennessee streams: U.S. Geological Survey . Low-flow characteristics for selected streams in Indiana / by Kathleen K. Fowler and John T. Wilson. Format Online Resource Book Published Reston, Virginia: U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Description 1 online resource (iv, pages): .

StreamStats Data-Collection Station Report. Low flow characteristics in Ontario PIBS EPIBS E06 "October " First issued in April, "Log " Each appendix except "A" has two folded maps in a pocket Contents: [Text] Main report ; Appendix A -- App. B. Central region -- App. C. Southeastern region -- App. D. Southwestern and west central region -- App. E. Low-flow characteristics of streams in the inner coastal plain of South Carolina by William M. Bloxham; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Rivers, Stream measurements; Places: South Carolina. For all orders a $ USD handling charge is applied. To protect your order during transit, products of different publication types and sizes may be shipped in separate packages.

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Low-flow characteristics determined from such an analysis commonly are the basis for water-quality standards and minimum-flow rates for regulated streams. Low-Flow Characteristics of Streams in Virginia. Low-flow characteristics of streams in Virginia book Donald C. Hayes.

Abstract Streamflow data were collected and low-flow char­ acteristics computed for gaged sites in Virginia. Annual minimum average 7-consecutive-day flows range from 0 to 2, cubic feet per second for a 2-year recur­.

and regional regression equations are used to describe the low-flow characteristics of Virginia streams. Statistical methods are used to evaluate streamflow data. Methods are provided for estimating low flow of gaged and ungaged streams. The 1- 4- 7- and day average streamgaging station low flows for long-term, continuous-record streamgaging stations.

The accuracy of low-flow characteristics estimated from correlation of base-flow measurements is discussed in Hardison and Moss (). Ungaged Sites on Gaged Streams The flow-routing method predicts low-flow values fairly well along gaged streams when the basin character­ istics between the gaged site and ungaged site are homoge neous.

Low-Flow Characteristics of Streams in Virginia. Abstract. Streamflow data were collected and low-flow characteristics computed for gaged sites in Virginia Annual minimum average 7-consecutive-day flows range from 0 to 2, cubic feet per second for a 2-year recurrence interval and from 0 to 1, cubic feet per second for a year recurrence interval.

Streamflow data were collected and low-flow characteristics computed for gaged sites in Virginia Annual minimum average 7-consecutive-day flows range from 0 to 2, cubic feet per second for a 2-year recurrence interval and from 0 to 1, cubic feet per second for a year recurrence interval.

Low-flow characteristics of Virginia streams. Low-flow annual non-exceedance probabilities (ANEP), called probability-percent chance (P-percent chance) flow estimates, regional regression equations, and transfer methods are provided describing the low-flow characteristics of Virginia streams.

Statistical methods are used to evaluate streamflow. Low-Flow Characteristics of Virginia Streams Needs Understanding low flows in Virginia streams is essential to sound management of our water resources and associated riparian and watershed ecosystems.

Low-flow annual non-exceedance probabilities (ANEP), called probability-percent chance (P-percent chance) flow estimates, regional regression equations, and transfer methods are provided describing the low-flow characteristics of Virginia streams.

Statistical methods are used to evaluate streamflow data. Analysis of Virginia streamflow data collected from through is summarized. Regional regression equations for six physiographic regions use basin characteristics to estimate 1- 4- 7- and day average low-flow annual non-exceedance probabilities at gaged.

Low-flow characteristics (7Q10 and 7Q2) have been determined from daily discharge records for approximately continuous-record sites in Virginia.

Low-flow values have been estimated at an additional partial-record sites from relations developed between partial-record sites and continuous-record sites (Hayes, ).

" Low-Flow Characteristics of Virginia Streams by Ute Wiegand; Jennifer L. Krstolic; Samuel H. Austin A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.

USGS, Water Resources Division, Virginia District. Book; Government Document Published Columbia, S.C.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, Colo.: Books and Open-File Reports [distributor], Language English Related Title Low flow characteristics of natural streams in the Blue Ridge, Piedmont, and upper Coastal Plain physiographic provinces of South Carolina.

Series. Get this from a library. Low-flow characteristics of streams in Virginia. [Donald C Hayes; Virginia. State Water Control Board.]. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Austin, Samuel H. Low-flow characteristics of Virginia streams (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource.

estimating low-flow characteristics of gaged and ungaged streams. The 1- 4- 7- and day average streamgaging station low-flow characteristics for long-term, continuous-record, streamgaging stations are determined, adjusted for instances of zero flow using a conditional probability.

Get this from a library. Low-flow characteristics of streams in Virginia. [Donald C Hayes; Geological Survey (U.S.); Virginia. State Water Control Board.]. SIRLow-Flow Characteristics of Virginia Streams Washington SIRMagnitude, frequency, and trends of floods at gaged and ungaged sites in Washington, based on data through water year (verOctober ).

Low-flow characteristics of streams in West Virginia (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Eugene A Friel; Geological Survey (U.S.); West Virginia.

Division of Water Resources. Low-flow characteristics of selected streams in West Virginia were determined at continuous-record and partial-record sites.

Daily discharges at continuous-record gaging stations on unregulated streams were used to compute selected low-flow frequency values. Peak-flow characteristics of Virginia streams.

Peak-flow annual exceedance probabilities, also called probability-percent chance flow estimates, and regional regression equations are provided describing the peak-flow characteristics of Virginia streams. Statistical methods are used to evaluate peak-flow data.

Low-Flow Characteristics of Streams in Virginia WSP Purpose • Describe base-flow characteristics of streams in Virginia • Identify regional differences • Describe the potential surface-water and ground-water yields of basins on the basis of base-flow characteristics. Peak-flow annual exceedance probabilities, also called probability-percent chance flow estimates, and regional regression equations are provided describing the peak-flow characteristics of Virginia streams.

Statistical methods are used to evaluate peak-flow data. Analysis of Virginia peak-flow data collected from through is summarized. identifying major perennial and intermittent streams. Perennial streams are identified as a solid blue line, and intermittent streams are shown as a dotted blue line.

It must be remembered that many intermittent streams that do not show up on a topographic map may merit an SMZ. Identifying characteristics of an intermittent stream include a defined. Low-flow characteristics of streams on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington: USGS Open-File Report [Haushild, W.

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Information concerning the low-flow characteristics of streams is especially important during critical flow periods, such as during the historic droughts that South Carolina has experienced in the past few decades Author: Toby D.

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This report provides equations for estimating the 1- 7- and day mean low flows for a recurrence interval of 10 years and the harmonic-mean flow at ungaged, unregulated stream sites in Indiana.