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Techniques for estimating magnitude and frequency of peak flows for Pennsylvania streams
Marla H. Stuckey
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Lemoyne, Pa, Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by Marla H. Stuckey and Lloyd A. Reed ; prepared in cooperation with Pennsylvania Department of Transportation|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 00-4189|
|Contributions||Reed, Lloyd A, Pennsylvania. Dept. of Transportation, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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Analysis of flood-magnitude and flood-frequency data for streamflow-gaging stations in the Delaware and North Branch Susquehanna River basins in Pennsylvania by: Roland, Mark A. Published: () Estimation of baseline daily mean streamflows for ungaged locations on Pennsylvania streams, water years by: Stuckey, Marla H.
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Sanocki, Tara Williams-Sether, Peter A. Steeves, Victoria G. Christensen. Based on the peak-flow equations, methods for estimating peak flows are presented for ungaged and gaged streams in Maryland.
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A flowchart in this report guides the user to the appropriate estimates and (or) estimating techniques for. This report presents techniques for estimating peak-flow frequency relations for North Dakota streams. In addition, a generalized skew coefficient analysis was completed for North Dakota to test the validity of using the generalized skew coefficient map in Bulletin 17B of the Hydrology Subcommittee of the Interagency Advisory Committee on Water Data,"Guidelines for Determining Flood.
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Sando. The full report is available in pdf. Links to the pdf. Estimation of volume and mass and of changes in volume and mass of selected chat piles in the Picher mining district, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, / by: Smith, S.
JerrodPublished: () Trends in annual peak flows and mean annual flows of selected streams within and near Oklahoma by: Tortorelli, Robert L.The report presents techniques used for estimating 7-day 2-year (7Q2) and 7-day year (7Q10) flows at continuous-record streamflow-gaging stations, partial-record stations, and ungaged sites on streams in Massachusetts.
A two-parameter log-normal probability distribution was used to compute low flows at 31 continuous-record stream-flow-gaging stations.Regression equations for estimating flood flows at selected recurrence intervals for ungaged streams in Pennsylvania [electronic resource] / by Mark A.
Roland and Marla H. Stuckey ; in cooperation with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors, and the Susquehanna River Basin Commission.