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Regionalization of winter low-flow characteristics of Tennessee streams
Roy H. Bingham
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch in Nashville, Tenn, Lakewood, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||R.H. Bingham ; prepared in cooperation with the Tennessee Department of Health and Environment, Office of Water Management|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 86-4007|
|Contributions||Tennessee. Division of Water Management, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
Winter Botany, despite being really old, actually does quite a fine job of getting you to your tree. The genera key is certainly quite long (due to the inclusion of some ornamentals it appears), but the format makes it easy to skim "alternate" couplets for likely suspects/5(10). Summer low‐flow elasticity to evaporative demand is larger than elasticity to winter precipitation in every catchment studied in the maritime western United States; Summer low‐flow elasticity to evaporative demand and winter precipitation is smaller in snow‐dominated catchments, on average.
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Low-flow characteristics of streams in South Carolina. An ongoing understanding of streamflow characteristics of the rivers and streams in South Carolina is important for the protection and preservation of the State’s water resources. Since the 's, the general pattern has been toward an increase in mean discharge in the autumn and winter months in most regions of the conterminous United States. Systematic analysis of trends across the spectrum of streamflows, including flood- and low-flows, has received little treatment.
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Low flow of streams in west Tennessee which have drainage areas between 25 and 1, mi*. The other set of equations can be used to estimate low flow streams in central and east Tennessee which have drainage areas between and 2, mi2. Areas where the File Size: 3MB. Get this from a library.
Regionalization of winter low-flow characteristics of Tennessee streams. [Roy H Bingham; Tennessee. Office of Water Management.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Get this from a library. Regionalization of low-flow characteristics of Tennessee streams.
[Roy H Bingham; Geological Survey (U.S.); Tennessee. Division of Water Management.]. For the first example, assume a stream site is in West Tennessee and that the entire basin has a single streamflow-recession index.
Assume a 30 mi 2 basin lying within a region having a streamflow-recession index (plate 1) of Estimates of winter low flows for the site are computed in the following by: These characteristics are the annual 7-day, year low flow and the annual 7-day, 2-year low flow, and the seasonal, bimonthly, and monthly 7-day, year low flow for the active and inactive continuous-streamflow record and partial-record gaging stations.
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WRIRRegionalization of low-flow characteristics of Arkansas streams WRIRFlow duration and low-flow characteristics of selected Arkansas streams WRIRFloodflow Frequency of Streams in the Alluvial Plain of the Lower Mississippi River. The paper intends to review the current status of low-flow hydrology — a discipline which deals with minimum flow in a river during the dry periods of the year.
The discussion starts with the analysis of low-flow generating mechanisms operating in natural conditions and the description of anthropogenic factors which directly or indirectly Cited by: Regional low-flow frequency analysis with a recession parameter from a non-linear reservoir model.
Author links open This seems to indicate that the overall level of homogeneity in the study region is higher for winter low-flows. Bingham, R.H., Regionalization of low-flow characteristics of Tennessee streams. Water-Resources Cited by: for estimates of low-flow characteristics having a 2-year recurrence interval and 90 percent to percent for estimates of low-flow characteristics having a year recurrence interval.
INTRODUCTION. Understanding the hydrologic characteristics of streams during low-flow periods is. The definition of low flow is not universal and perhaps necessarily so, as it depends on local hydroclimatic and other catchment characteristics and the purpose of its use (Efstratiadis et al.,Pushpalatha et al.,Smakhtin, ).
Generally, low flow has been defined as the flow of water in a stream during the drier period the : Santosh K. Aryal, Yongqiang Zhang, Francis Chiew. Climate years and had consecutive exceedances.
For the 74 years of record, however, a total of seven values fell below the 7Q10 estimate, which equates to, on average, an exceedance once every 10 years. For CR streamgages on regulated streams, low-flow characteristics also were assessed for long-term : Toby D.
Feaster, Wladmir B. Guimaraes. Estimates of flow-duration and low-flow characteristics for the period of record at continuous-record streamflow stations are essential in hydrologic studies and water-resources management.
This report provides flow-duration information, in the form of characteristics of the cumulative distribution function of the daily streamflow record, for continuous-record streamflow stations. The Anderson–Darling statistic was also calculated for the data series and can provide insight into which distribution may adequately model the low-flow characteristics.
A regionalization study. Historically, low-flow statistics, such as the annual minimum 7-day average flow that likely will occur, on average, once every 10 years (7Q10), have been used by water-resource managers and planners as a threshold criterion for applying the chronic aquatic life criteria for such things as determining waste-load allocations for point sources, total maximum daily loads (TMDL) for streams, and the quantity.
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This report provides estimates of low flow for 1, 3, 7, 14, 30, 60, and 90 consecutive days for recurrence intervals of 2, 5, 10, and 20 years for continuous-record streamflow gages in Tennessee. Notes: none Unknown n/a complete none planned USGS Thesaurus aquifer diffusivity recession index areas inlandWaters ISO Topic Category geoscientificInformation inlandWaters environment Geographic Names Information System State of Tennessee n/a The coverage was created from a base map scale of.
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Lawrence River.1, 2 The prevalence of blastomycosis in these regions is approximately 1 per Cited by: 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.
Drainage areas range from to 7, square miles.Streams in Winter. by Edward T. Rankin on November 16th, As we are seated in our well-heated homes or by a roaring fire-place this winter, we may wonder what is happening in our local small streams and in particular to the fish and other organisms that inhabit these waters.
While some larger fish may move downstream to pools in larger.