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Preliminary report on a study to estimate flood volumes of small rural streams in Ohio
Sherwood, James M.
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch in Columbus, Ohio, Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by James M. Sherwood ; prepared in cooperation with the Ohio Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 84-470|
|Contributions||Ohio. Dept. of Transportation, United States. Federal Highway Administration, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Estimating flood magnitude and frequency for urban and small, rural streams in Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina, Reliable estimates of the magnitude and frequency of floods are essential for the design of transportation and water-conveyance structures, flood insurance studies, and flood-plain management. The flood-frequency estimates are particularly important in densely populated urban areas. A multistate approach was used to update methods for determining the magnitude and frequency of floods in urban and small, rural streams that are not substantially affected by regulation or tidal fluctuations in Georgia, South Carolina, and North : Toby D Feaster, Anthony J Gotvald, J Curtis Weaver.
Sherwood, J.M. Estimating Peak Discharge, Flood Volumes, and Hydrograph Shapes of Small Ungaged Urban Streams in Ohio USGS Water Resources Investigation Report , 52 pp. Storm water runoff to this ravine has caused over 2 File Size: KB. Dimensionless Hydrograph Method of Simulating Flood Hydrographs v. B. SAUER The dimensionless hydrograph method is a simple, easy-to-use technique for simulating an average, or typical, hydrograph that corresponds to a given peak discharge. The method has been suc cessfully tested and applied to both rural and urban streams inFile Size: 6MB.
Reliable estimates of the magnitude and frequency of floods are essential for the design of transportation and water-conveyance structures, flood-insurance studies, and flood-plain management. Such estimates are particularly important in densely populated urban areas. In order to increase the number of streamflow-gaging stations (streamgages) available for . Techniques for estimating flood-peak discharges of rural, unregulated streams in Ohio [G. F. Koltun] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Get this from a library. Preliminary report on a study to estimate flood volumes of small rural streams in Ohio: methods, site selection, and data base. [James M Sherwood; Ohio.
Department of Transportation.; United States. Federal. ESTIMATION OF FLOOD VOLUMES AND SIMULATION OF FLOOD HYDROGRAPHS FOR UNGAGED SMALL RURAL STREAMS IN OHIO By James M. Sherwood U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report Final report on a study of FLOOD VOLUME FREQUENCY FROM SMALL DRAINAGE BASINS IN OHIO Prepared in Cited by: 3.
Methods are presented for estimating flood volumes and simulating flood hydrographs of rural streams in Ohio whose drainage areas are less than square miles. The methods were developed to assist engineers in the design of hydraulic structures for which the temporary storage of water is a critical element of the design criteria.
TECHNIQUES FOR ESTIMATING FLOOD-PEAK DISCHARGES OF RURAL, UNREGULATED STREAMS IN OHIO By G. Koltun and John W. Roberts ABSTRACT Multiple-regression equations are presented for estimating flood-peak discharges having recurrence intervals of 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, and years at ungaged sites on rural, unregulated streams in by: This report describes the results of a study to (1) develop flood-frequency estimates for selected streamflow-gaging stations in Ohio and adjacent states on the basis of data col- lected through water year and (2) develop and present techniques for estimating flood-peak discharges of rural, unregulated streams in Ohio.
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This work was jointly funded by the Environment Agency, the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) and JBA Consulting. Urban Hydrology for Small Watersheds Chapter 1 IntroductionIntroduction The conversion of rural land to urban land usually increases erosion and the discharge and volume of storm runoff in a watershed.
It also causes other problems that affect soil and water. As part of pro-grams established to alleviate these problems, engi. Techniques for Estimating Selected Streamflow Characteristics of Rural, Unregulated Streams in Ohio by G.F.
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Methods are presented for estimating peak discharges, flood volumes and hydrograph shapes of small (less than 5 sq mi) urban streams in Ohio. Examples of how to use the various regression equations and estimating techniques also are presented. Multiple-regression equations were developed for estimating peak discharges having recurrence intervals of 2, 5, 10, 25, 50.
In a nationwide study, Stricker and Sauer () developed a dimensionless hydrograph for use in estimating flood hydrographs on engaged urban watersheds. Recently, a similar method was developed for rural and urban streams in Georgia (Inman, ) and was successfully applied to streams in central "ennessee (Robbins, ).
TheCited by: 2. Multiple-regression equations are presented for estimating flood-peak discharges having recurrence intervals of 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, and years at ungaged sites on rural, unregulated streams in Ohio.
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This report presents the results of Phase 1 of Project SC ‘Estimating flood peaks and hydrographs for small catchments’. This work was jointly funded by the Environment Agency, the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) and JBA by: 3.
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