2 edition of Maximum known discharges of New York streams found in the catalog.
Maximum known discharges of New York streams
F. Luman Robison
1965 in [Albany] 1965 .
Written in English
Prepared cooperatively by the U.S. Geological Survey and New York State.
|Statement||compiled by F. Luman Robison.|
|Series||New York (State) Water Resources Commission., Bulletin no. 54|
|LC Classifications||TD224.N7 A3 no. 54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 40 l.|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||a 65007595|
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Get this from a library. Maximum known stages and discharges of New York streams, through [Bernard Dunn; Geological Survey (U.S.); New York (State).
Department of Transportation.; New York (State). Water Resources Commission.]. MAXIMUM KNOWN STAGES AND DISCHARGES OF NEW YORK STREAMS,WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF FIVE SELECTED FLOODS, By Richard Lumia and Patricia M.
Murray ABSTRACT Maximum known stages and discharges at 1, sites on New York streams from through September are tabulated. Discharges are given inCited by: 1.
Get this from a library. Maximum known stages and discharges of New York streams through [Irving R Leonard; Bernard Dunn; Geological Survey (U.S.). Maximum Known Stages and Discharges. of New York Streams and their Annual Exceedance Probabilities through September By Gary R.
Wall, Patricia M. Murray, Richard Lumia, and Thomas P. Suro. Prepared in cooperation with the New York State Department of Transportation. Scientific Investigations Report – U.S. Department of the File Size: 6MB. Maximum known stages and discharges of New York streams and their annual exceedance probabilities through September Maximum known stages and discharges at 1, sites on streams within New York are tabulated.
Stage data are reported in feet. Discharges are reported as cubic feet per second and in cubic feet per second per square mile. New York Water Science Center publications To fine-tune a search for USGS publications, try the USGS Publications Warehouse. Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Waste Load Allo- cations - Book II Streams and Rivers - Chapter 2 Nutrient/Eu- trophication Impacts (EPA /) This chapter emphasizes the effect of photosynthetic activity stimulated by nutrient discharges on the DO of a stream or river.
Optimizing Bankfull Discharge and Hydraulic Geometry Relations for Streams in New York State. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 48(3): Suggested Citation: "5 Sources of Pollution in the New York City Watershed." National Research Council.
Watershed Management for Potable Water Supply: Assessing the New York City Strategy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / such as the New York City supply, the presence of bacterial pathogens is not a. Chapter 3 Stream Discharge - Introductory Level Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Training Notebook - What is Discharge (Flow).
Discharge, also called flow, is the amount of water that flows past a given point in a given amount of time. Flow is the product of the cross-sectional area multiplied by the Size: KB. Luman Robison has written: 'Floods in New York, ' -- subject(s): Floods 'Maximum known discharges of New York streams' -- subject(s): Stream measurements 'Floods in New York, New York.
SIREstimation of unaltered daily mean streamflow at ungaged streams of New York, excluding Long Island, water years –; SIRLow flow of streams in the Susquehanna River basin of New York; SIRBankfull Discharge and Channel Characteristics of Streams in New York State; SIRMagnitude.
Regionalization of flood discharges for rural, unregulated streams in New Maximum known discharges of New York streams book, excluding Long Island Water-Resources Investigations Report By: Richard Lumia.
where Q bkf is bankfull discharge (ft 3 /s), DA is drainage area (mi 2), c is the amplitude, and b is the exponent of the fitting function for the log‐log regression. Comparable regional HG equations were also developed for bankfull width (W bkf, in ft), average depth (D bkf, in ft), and cross‐sectional area (A bkf, in ft 2).
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streams in New York State, stratified by hydrologic region Comparison of bankfull-discharge estimates from New York regional models to estimates from the Dunn and Leopold () regional model for These equations are intended to serve as a guide for streams.
Characteristics Ranking. To qualify as a stream, a body of water must be either recurring or perennial. Recurring (intermittent) streams have water in the channel for at least part of the year.A stream of the first order is a stream which does not have any other recurring or perennial stream feeding into it.
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Responsiveness Summary. for. Public Comments Received. on the. NEW YORK STATE. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION. SPDES PERMIT. FOR STORMWATER DISCHARGES. from. MUNICIPAL SEPARATE STORM SEWER SYSTEMS (MS4s) of.
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For example, a reduction in population density and biomass for most fish species was found downgradient of P04 (site name NY3 in that study) effluent discharge compared to upstream of the discharge, and also compared to other streams in eastern New York (Baldigo et al., ).Cited by: 8.
Large-scale glacial meltwater discharges have long been recognized as important sedimentological agents on the eastern Canadian continental margin. Previous studies in Eastern Valley of Laurentian Fan and Orphan Basin have elucidated aspects of processes and timing of glacial discharges, principally from seismic-reflection profiles and deep.
If two first-order streams join to form a new stream, the new stream is considered a second-order stream. When two second-order streams join, they form a third-order stream, and so on.
This system of ordering was developed by an American engineer, Robert E. Horton (–) in For streams less than 20 feet wide, measure the depth every foot. For streams greater than 20 feet wide, measure the depth every two feet. Remember that the depth must be measured in feet and tenths of a foot (e.g., ft., ft.) and NOT in inches (e.g., 6 inches, 1 ft.
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