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rainfall-runoff modeling procedure for improving estimates of T-year (annual) floods for small drainage basins
Robert W. Lichty
|Statement||by R. W. Lichty and F. Liscum.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations ; 78-7, Water-resources investigations -- 78-7.|
|Contributions||Liscum, Fred., Geological Survey (U.S.).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
The new SMCDA tool can be augmented by groundwater flow and transport modeling so as to achieve a more comprehensive approach to the selection process for the best locations of the MAR infiltration basins, as well as the locations of recovery wells and areas of groundwater protection. Info Estimates of breach effluent flow from the failure. A physically-based rainfall-runoff model with distributed parameters was used for modelling runoff from rainfall and melting snow. The parameters of the model were estimated using climate data from – and from three digital map layers: a land-use map, soil map and digital elevation model.
Lichty, R.W., and Liscum, Fred, , A rainfallrunoff modeling procedure for improving estimates of T-year annual oods for small drainage basins: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report , 44 p. Book chapters and fully evaluated conference publications N. Kappos, N. Mamassis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, Hydrometeorological network for flood monitoring and modeling, Proceedings of First International Conference and D. Koutsoyiannis, On the use and misuse of semi-distributed rainfall-runoff models, XXIV General Assembly of the.
The estimates produced in this chapter are based on raingauge observations obtained from the Argentine National Meteorological Service and the National Direction of Meteorology of Paraguay. Most of the series for Brazil were obtained from the Institute of Agricultural Research of Rio Grande do Sul and from Brazil's National Agency of Electricity. [Advances in Agronomy 85] Donald L. Sparks - ( Elsevier Academic Press) код для вставки.
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A RAINFALL-RUNOFF MODELING PROCEDURE FOR IMPROVING ESTIMATES OF T-YEAR (ANNUAL) FLOODS FOR SMALL DRAINAGE BASINS By R. Lichty and F. Liscum ABSTRACT The U.S. Geological Survey rainfall-runoff model is used to synthesize a sample of annual-flood series, that are representative of both rural- andCited by: Rainfall-runoff modeling procedure for improving estimates of T-year (annual) floods for small drainage basins.
Denver, Colo.: Geological Survey, Water Resources Division ; Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. sw COMPUTATIONS - Retrieval of rainfall-runoff data from WATSTORE online Unit and Daily Values Files for use with distributed routing rainfall-runoff model.
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Geological Survey rainfall-runoff models. Lichty, R.W. and Liscum, F. ‘A Rainfall-Runoff Modeling procedure for Improving Estimates of T-year (annual) Floods for Small Drainage Basins.’ U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations 78–7, 44 pp. Google ScholarCited by: 8. Hydrology Papers of Colorado State University Fort Collins No.
19 10 R. Lichty, and F. Liscum A Rainfall-Runoff Modeling Procedure for Improving Estimates of T-Year Floods for Small Drainage Basins US Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations 11 C. Kidd, and J. Packman Selection of Design Storm and Antecedent.
A rainfall-runoff modeling procedure for improving estimates of T-year (annual) floods for small drainage basins / (Denver, Colo.: Geological Survey, Water Resources Division ; Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Robert W Lichty has written: 'A rainfall-runoff modeling procedure for improving estimates of T-year (annual) floods for small drainage basins' -- subject(s): Hydrological forecasting, Flood.
The GLS procedure provided (1) more accurate parameter estimates, (2) better estimates of the accuracy with which the regression model's parameters were being estimated, and (3) almost unbiased.
Rainfall-Runoff Modelling for Assessing Impacts of Climate and Land Use Change Article (PDF Available) in Hydrological Processes 18(3) - February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The revitalised FSR/FEH rainfall-runoff method has been developed as a replacement to the method described in Vol.
4 of the FEH (Houghton-Carr, ). The revitalised method introduces improvements to the key components of the rainfall-runoff method, taking advantage of new data, updated analytical techniques and advances in computation.
In the UK Flood Estimation Handbook [Institute of Hydrology,Book 1, Table –], for example, guidelines are given on the choice of method for UK conditions. The alternatives to be selected from are local flood statistics, regional flood statistics and rainfall‐runoff modeling, and the recommended choice depends on the available by: Bulletin B recommends a historical flood moment adjustment to account for knowledge that a given number of events exceeded some discharge threshold (Qh) in a period of known duration prior to the systematic flood record.
This adjustment, in effect, "fills in the ungaged portion of the historic period with an appropriate number of replicates of the below-Qh portion of the systematic record. Hillslope-storage models.
Two hillslope-storage models are applied in this study, the kinematic wave (kw) and the hillslope-storage Boussinesq (hsB) formulation of the hsB model results from combining Darcy’s law: (1) Q =-kS (x, t) f cos i ∂ ∂ x S (x, t) fw (x) + sin i where Q [L 3 T −1] is volumetric groundwater flow, k [LT −1] is the soil (effective) saturated Cited by: 8.
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The scheme includes the following steps: (1) pre-processing to generate T-year distributed precipitation and AMC states to reflect dry, normal, and wet conditions; (2) rainfall-runoff modeling to generate runoff outputs from each AMC; and (3) assessment of the combined precipitation and AMC on Author: Jungho Kim, Jungho Kim, Lynn Johnson, Lynn Johnson, Rob Cifelli, Andrea Thorstensen, V.
Chandrasekar. These streamflow estimates can be based on the results of rainfall-runoff models or on measured historical flows at gage sites. For modeling alternative management policies, these gage-based flows at the sites of interest should be those that would have occurred under natural : Daniel P.
Loucks, Eelco van Beek. A regularized joint inverse procedure is presented and used to estimate the magnitude of extreme rainfall events in ungauged coastal river basins of El Salvador: Paz, Jiboa, Grande de San Miguel, and Goascoran.
Since streamflow measurements reflect temporal and spatial rainfall information, peak-flow discharge is hypothesized to represent a similarity measure suitable for regionalization. Flood frequency analysis procedures should be efficient, but should also exhibit the characteristic of robustness, which means “the procedure should yield quantile estimates whose accuracy is not seriously degraded when the true physical process deviates from the model's assumptions in a plausible way” [Hosking and Wallis,p.
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