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Collecting peak-flow data in Ohio through the use of crest-stage gages

Collecting peak-flow data in Ohio through the use of crest-stage gages

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va,? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stream-gaging stations -- Ohio,
  • Streamflow -- Ohio

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCollecting peak flow data in Ohio through the use of crest-stage gages
    SeriesUSGS fact sheet -- FS-059-03, Fact sheet (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- FS-03-059
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2] p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14535330M
    OCLC/WorldCa52870861


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[Geological Survey (U.S.);] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. gathering peak flow data, which can then be used in a variety of applications, Collecting peak-flow data in Ohio through the use of crest-stage gages book as emergency planning, engineering design, and stormwater permitting.

Figure 1. Crest stage gage site with staff gage. Traditional crest stage gages—Advantages and disadvantages The USGS () describes traditional crest stage gages as having the following.

Crest stage gages are typically used to gather data from ephemeral streams or waterways that are subject to infrequent, but severe flooding. Increasingly, crest stage gages are becoming a cost-effective means of gathering peak flow data, which can then be used in a variety of applications, such as emergency planning, engineering design, and stormwater permitting.

Water-resources data network evaluation for Monterey County, California, phase 2: Analysis of the streamflow-gaging station network in Ohio for effectiveness in providing regional streamflow information / (Columbus, Peak-flow frequency relations and evaluation of the peak-flow gaging network in.

Author Anderman, Evan R. Title Improving ground-water flow model calibration with the Advective-Transport Observation (ADV) Package to MODFLOWP [electronic resource] /. A rating curve (fig. 3) is a graphic representation of the relation between stage and streamflow for a given river or stream.

USGS computers use these site-specific rating curves to convert the water-level data into information about the flow of the river. Maximum discharge, 2, ft 3 /s,gage height, ft, from rating curve extended above ft 3 /s on basis of contracted-opening computation of peak flow; minimum discharge, ft 3 /s, Peak Flood Chart.

National Weather Service flood stage for this gage is 8 ft. Rain gage data is available from this location at. Water-stage recorder and crest-stage gage. Datum of gage is ft above NGVD of and ft above NAVD of (VERTCON). Prior to Aug. Collecting peak-flow data in Ohio through the use of crest-stage gages book 12,nonrecording gage at same site (at different datum April to March ).

REMARKSFlow from mi² of drainage area regulated by Ashokan Reservoir since Sept. 9, The GLS technique is preferred for peak-flow frequency analysis when peak-flow records used in the analysis are of varying lengths and are possibly correlated for concurrent years at nearby.

To make these data readily available to interested parties outside the Geological Survey, the data are published annually in the report series entitled "Water Resources Data - Colorado". This report (Volume 2 of two volumes) includes records on both surface and ground water in.

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Government Printing Office. Estimation of regional flow-duration curves for Indiana and Illinois. data through water year ) and then checking for recent studies were crest-stage gages that measure only peak stages.

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Geological Survey and to facilitate release of the data to the : R.C. Ugland, B.J. Cochran, M.M. Hiner, E.A. Wilson, J.D. Bennett. A Regional Flood may occur on Little Tennessee River in the reach investigated that would be from about 10 to 19 feet higher than the Augflood but about.

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Full text of "Selected water resources abstracts" See other formats. (2) Discharge data include measured and/or synthesized flows along with frequency, velocity, duration, and depth information. Measured data at gages are the preferred source for this category; seldom, however, does sufficient measured data exist.

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be installed retrospectively if necessary, should at least measure seepage and leakage flow rates and deformation of. Crest-stage gaging stations in Oregon: a compilation of peak data collected from October to September USGS Publications Warehouse.

Friday, John. A crest-sta. Free essays, homework help, flashcards, research papers, book reports, term papers, history, science, politics. These gages are considered temporary and are relocated as the need arises for specific projects. The gage data collected by these two efforts are used to calibrate and verify the hydrulogic and hydraulic models being developed for the detailed basin plans and the capital improvement projects, and to verify existing drainage problems.

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