1 edition of Hydrologic data, 1970 found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Series||Bulletin / Department of Water Resources -- no. 130-70, Bulletin (California. Dept. of Water Resources) -- 130-70.|
|Contributions||Middleton, Robert F., Gianelli, William R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
Chaubey, R. The work of collecting and publishing surface water information in England and Wales then passed to the newly created Water Data Unit of the Department of the Environment DoE. As part of this process, existing and proposed hydrologic and hydraulic site conditions are examined to ensure to the greatest extent practicable, that erosion during and after construction will be minimized. Environmental Science and Technology Letters Because of the ever increasing demand for dam construction, for power generation, irrigation, and flood control, it is necessary to understand how, where and why induced earthquakes occur.
Chaubey, K. Please help to improve this section by introducing more precise citations. Apply hands-on experience with collecting, processing and comparative analysis of hydrometeorological station data. Cooper, R. Yearbook Feature Articles Some of the feature articles, relating to significant hydrological events or issues, from the earlier Yearbooks have been digitised. Designing dams for water supply or hydroelectric power generation.
The interaction of rising CO2 and temperatures with water use efficiency. The exact cause of these trends is a topic of ongoing study at the HBEF. The significance levels p-values are modified to account for the existence of serial correlation, using a method developed by Zhang et al. These archives then need to be maintained, updated and should ideally be made accessible to everyone, and preferably freely available for academic research or educational uses. Water Resources Research 47 2 :W doi: Transactions of ASAE 47 5
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This behavior reflects the relatively short distances that water must travel in the watershed to reach the stream channel. The satellites measure tiny changes in gravitational acceleration, which can then be processed to reveal movement of water due to changes in its total mass.
Marcus Vitruviusin the first century BC, described a philosophical theory of the hydrologic cycle, in which precipitation falling in the mountains infiltrated the Earth's surface and led to streams and springs in the lowlands.
It may well be one of the greatest future challenges for hydrological sciences to decide who or what pays for the costs of ensuring longevity and continuity of data gathering, monitoring and archiving. Project Partners.
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On the table, the change over the past 66 years is shown in percent. As part of this process, existing and proposed hydrologic and hydraulic site conditions are examined to ensure to the greatest extent practicable, that erosion during and after construction will be minimized.
With several grants from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, NJDA sought the assistance of Rutgers University in the development of an initial prototype database as well as the current version which you see here.
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B. Burford,Jane L. Delashmutt Published on by. This publication contains selected hydrologic data from watersheds for USGS Series descriptions. A series of annual reports that document hydrologic data gathered from the U.S.
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Figure 2. Long-term water balance in four watershed at Hubbard Brook: A. WS3, B. WS6, C. WS7, D. WS8. (Campbellwith additional data through ). Hydrologists at the HBEF developed a long-term record of the water balance and annual ET for hydrologic reference watershed 3 (Figure 2).