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Use and availability of continuous streamflow records in Oklahoma
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch, U.S. Geological Survey in Oklahoma City, Okla, Lakewood, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by Stephen P. Blumer and Leland D. Hauth|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 84-747|
|Contributions||Hauth, Leland D, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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Chapter 5 Streamflow Data (vi, NEH, September ) 5–1 Chapter 5 Streamflow Data Introduction Streamflow data collected by various agencies de-scribe the flow characteristics of a stream at a given point. Normally, data are collected by using a measur-ing device commonly called a stream gage. Streamflow data are used to indicate. Report Site Map > Graphics of Streamflow and Nutrient Flux > Graphics for Streamflow and Nutrient Flux for Selected Mississippi River Sub-basins with Varied Sizes, Hydrology, Land Use, and Geographic Location > Graphics of Streamflow and Nutrient Flux for the Tennessee River at Highway 60 near Paducah, Kentucky. USGS Open-File Report - Streamflow and .
Study Area Description. This study was conducted in three regions (or study areas) characterized by a gradient of agricultural land use practices ranging from minimal to intense (Figure 1, Table 1).These included: the Ozark Highlands (OZRK) in Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma; Upper Mississippi (UMIS) in Minnesota and Wisconsin; and Upper Snake River (USNK) in Idaho and Cited by: Report Site Map > Streamflow and Nutrient Flux for Selected Mississippi River Subbasins with Varied Sizes, Hydrology, Land Use, and Geographic Location > Streamflow and Nutrient Flux at Tennessee River at Highway 60 near Paducah, Kentucky. USGS Open-File Report - Streamflow and Nutrient Fluxes of the Mississippi-Atchafalaya River Basin and Subbasins for .
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Get this from a library. Use and availability of continuous streamflow records in Oklahoma. [Stephen P Blumer; Leland D Hauth; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. USE AND AVAILABILITY OF CONTINUOUS STREAMFLOW RECORDS IN TENNESSEE by Jerry F. Lowery, ABSTRACT. This report documents the results.
a data use and funding survey that is a part. a study. the cost-effectiveness. the streamjlow information program in Tennessee. Presently, 88 continuous. Notice - The USGS Water Resources Mission Area's priority is to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities, including providing critical situational awareness in times of flooding in all 50 U.S.
states and additional territories. Our hydrologic monitoring stations continue to send data in near real-time to NWISWeb, and we are continuing critical water monitoring activities to.
Computation of continuous records of streamflow, by Edward J. Kennedy. pages. Use of flumes in measuring discharge, by F.A. Kilpatrick, and V.R.
Schneider. 46 pages. Computation of water-surface profiles in open channels, by Jacob Davidian. 48 pages. The spelling of “gage” is part of our very rich USGS history.
InUSGS Director John Wesley Powell met a very forward-thinking graduate student named Frederick H. Newell. Powell was so impressed that he made Newell the first full-time appointee to the new Irrigation Survey, which was created to investigate the potential for dams and canals in the western U.S.
Records of continuous streamflow, published in the U.S. Geological Survey annual Water Data Reports for the States and territories, are computed from field data, mainly discharge measurements and recorder charts or tapes.
This manual describes the computation procedures used and some details of related field operations. It was compiled mostly from unpublished. Statistical summaries of streamflow records through for gaging stations in Oklahoma and parts of adjacent states are presented for stations with at least 10 years of streamflow record.
Streamflow at of the stations is regulated for specific periods. Data for these periods were analyzed separately to account for changes in streamflow because of regulation by dams or.
The rating curve depends on the hydraulic characteristics of the stream channel and floodplain, and will vary over time at almost every station.
There might be subtle changes to a stream channel, such as the growth of aquatic vegetation in the summer, frequent shifting of a sand-bed stream bottom, catastrophic changes due to floods, or man-made.
Preliminary estimates of water use in the United States,by W.B. Solley and R.R. Pierce. 5 p. SUPERSEDED BY Circular OF Summary of data indicating gain or loss of streamflow across outcrops of Paleozoic formations in northeastern Wyoming.
by W.R. Glass and L.G. Sultz. sw Availability of Techniques and Methods 4-B5, Guidelines for Determining Flood Flow Frequency, Bulletin 17C; sw Peak Flow File: Status and plans for resolving cleanup effort and an opportunity to preview a new report: The U.S.
Geological Survey Peak-Flow File Data Verification Project, ; sw Identification, Correction, and Revision of. 4 Record Extension and Streamflow Statistics for the Pleasant River, Maine Pleasant River station. The bias shown in August is par-ticularly significant because the August median flow is used by the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) () as the recommended minimum streamflow for summertime maintenance of habitat for biota. Overes-File Size: KB. in Oklahoma Data Book. The MONAHRQ® data guide provides instructions to use the MONAHRQ® interactive web-based system to generate county and state rates of potentially avoidable hospital stays, indicators of potential problems with access to quality care.
Data maps and tables for chronic diseases are included in the MONAHRQ® Data Guide. The. Streamflow records for the basin, Indian Creek near Troy, Alabama, were analyzed by using the method described. A constant ET rate of m3/s was computed for. For such method, the information of continuous daily streamflow records must be provided (Brutsaert and Nieber, ;Szilagyi et al., ;Kirchner, ; Palmroth et al., ).
qw Use of parameter-method code pairs in the National Water Information System (NWIS) and the process for requesting parameter codes and method codes; qw Use of the new data-quality-indicator (DQI) field in NWIS 4_1; qw Availability of Universal Blank Water for Inorganic and Organic Analyses.
This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Szilagyi, Jozsef Zlotnik, Vitaly A. Gates, John B. and Jozsa, Janos Cited by: NOTICE: In JanuaryUSGS WaterWatch began operating in maintenance-only mode.
Existing tools, features, and web data services are being fully maintained as before, but new tools and enhancements will no longer be developed. Please contact USGS WaterWatch if. Then click on the link on the right that says “Streamflow Real-Time Table” and a list of all gauges will come up.
Click on the gauge you want to get the graph for today and the last several days as default. You can use this first graph to see the triangle on the graph which is. Instream Flow Advisory Group OCWP Instream Flow Workgroup First commissioned inthe Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan (OCWP) Instream Flow Workgroup conducted independent technical, legal, and policy analysis and developed a process to ascertain the suitability and structure of an instream flow program for Oklahoma.
The following conclusions and recommendations address the need to match these challenges, as well as emerging water resources problems, with new investments for basic data collection and monitoring.
Key legacy monitoring systems in areas of streamflow, groundwater, sediment transport, water quality, and water use have been in substantial. Start studying BM Science Chapter 13 Questions. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Thirty-seven streamflow-gaging stations that had unregulated or moderately regulated streamflow were selected for trend analysis. Statistical evaluation of trends in annual and seasonal (winter-spring and summer-autumn) base flow, total flow, and base-flow index at 37 selected streamflow-gaging stations in Oklahoma was performed by using a Authors: Jason M.
Lewis, Daniel H. Winer.STREAM FLOW Note: Annual Mean, Max. Peak Flow, and Lowest Daily Mean are reported in cubic feet per second. Annual Runoff is reported in acre-feet. Definitions: Annual Mean - The arithmetic mean for the individual daily mean discharges for the reported water years.
Max. Peak Flow - The maximum instantaneous peak discharge that.