by U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Towson, Md, Denver, CO .
Written in English
|Statement||by David H. Carpenter and Donald C. Hayes ; prepared in cooperation with the Maryland Geological Survey ... [et al.].|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 94-4020.|
|Contributions||Hayes, Donald C., Geological Survey (U.S.), Maryland Geological Survey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||113|
WRIR , Low-Flow Characteristics of Streams in Maryland and Delaware; Florida. SIR , Magnitude and Frequency of Floods for Rural Streams in Florida, ; WRIR , Methods for Estimating Low-Flow Characteristics of Ungaged Streams in Selected Areas, Northern Florida (Abstract only). Low-flow characteristics of Pennsylvania streams (Water resources bulletin ; no. 12) [Page, Leland Vernon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Low-flow characteristics of Pennsylvania streams (Water resources bulletin ; no. 12)Author: Leland Vernon Page. 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. Maryland Geological Survey: 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 David H. Carpenter and Donald C. Hayes (page images at HathiTrust).
There is a lot of technical terms on the Rivers and Streams website. This page is designed to help navigate and define these words and phrases. A relatively similar stretch of a stream with a repetitive sequence of physical characteristics and habitat types. A portion of a stream that extends downstream from the confluence of two streams to. national summary of state water quality standards intermittent streams pro visiq ns/policies september, prepared for united states environmental protection agency criteria and standards division m street, s. w. washington, d. c. prepared by nalesnik associates incorporated eleventh street, s. e. washington, d. c. contract number . Abstract: We evaluate the effects of small dams (11 of 15 sites less than 4 m high) on downstream channels at 15 sites in Maryland and Pennsylvania by using a reach upstream of the reservoir at each site to represent the downstream reach before dam construction. A semi‐quantitative geomorphic characterization demonstrates that upstream reaches occupy Cited by: Search the Indiana University Library Catalog Search the library catalog. Low-flow characteristics of streams in Maryland and Delaware. Carpenter, David H. GBM3 C37 Cost-effectiveness of the stream-gaging program in Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia. Carpenter, David H.
The TMDLs are presented in the report titled Total Maximum Daily Loads for Nutrients and Dissolved Oxygen in the Christina River Basin, Pennsylvania-Delaware-Maryland (USEPA, ). This report is intended to accompany the TMDL report and provide a more detailed discussion on the models used for the nutrient TMDL analysis, including assumptions. Maryland and the District of Columbia have abundant and economically important surface-water resources. Annual precipitation in these two areas is about 42 inches (U.S. Geological Survey, , p. ). In addition, an average of 30, million gallons per day enters the streams of Maryland and the District of Columbia from adjacent States. The regression equations included in NSS are used to transfer streamflow statistics from gaged to ungaged sites through the use of watershed and climatic characteristics as explanatory or predictor variables. Generally, the equations were developed on a statewide or metropolitan-area basis as part of cooperative study programs. 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: