1 edition of National streamflow statistics program found in the catalog.
National streamflow statistics program
2007 by U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in Reston, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Kernell G. Ries III ; with sections by J.B. Atkins ... [et al.].|
|Series||Hydrologic analysis and interpretation -- Bk.4, ch. 6. Section A, Statistical analysis|
|Contributions||Ries, Kernell G., Atkins, J. B.|
|LC Classifications||GB1215 .N38 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||2007395194|
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T&M Chapter 6 of Book 4, The National Streamflow Statistics Program: A Computer Program for Estimating Streamflow Statistics for Ungaged Sites Documentation for Individual States Point of contact for NSS.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) develops and publishes regression equations for estimating streamflow statistics for every State, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and a number of metropolitan areas in the United States.
These equations have been compiled into the National Streamflow Statistics (NSS) Program. NSS - The National Streamflow Statistics Program.
ABSTRACT. Estimates of streamflow statistics are used for a variety of water-resources and emergency planning, management, and regulatory purposes, and for design of structures such as bridges and culverts. These estimates are often needed at ungaged sites where no observed flow data are available.
The National Streamflow Statistics (NSS) Program is a computer program that should be useful to engineers, hydrologists, and others for planning, management, and design applications. NSS compiles all current U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) regional regression equations for estimating streamflow statistics at ungaged sites in an easy-to-use interface that operates on computers with Microsoft.
The National Streamflow Statistics Program: A Computer Program for Estimating Streamflow Statistics for Ungaged Sites. Chapter 6 of Book 4, Hydrologic Analysis and Interpretation Section A, Statistical Analysis. Compiled by Kernell G. Ries III 1 With sections by J.B.
Atkins 1, P.R. Hummel, M. Gray 2, R. Dusenbury 2. The National Streamflow Statistics (NSS) Program provides an easily accessible graphical user interface to estimate high and low streamflow statistics for ungaged sites across the United States.
The National Streamflow Statistics (NSS) Program provides an easily accessible graphical user interface to estimate high and low streamflow statistics for ungaged sites across the United States.
Streamflow statistics, such as the mean flow, the year flood, and the 7-day, year low flow (7Q10), are needed and used for a variety of design, planning, and management purposes.
Streamflow statistics for gaged streams and methods for estimating those statistics for ungaged streams are used by water resource planners and managers for designing infrastructure, managing floodplains, and protecting life, property, and aquatic resources.
Nationally, USGS surface-water data includes more thanstation years of time-series data that describe stream levels, streamflow (discharge), reservoir and lake levels, surface-water quality, and rainfall.
The data are collected by automatic recorders and manual field measurements at installations across the Nation. Notice - The USGS Water Resources Mission Area's priority is to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities, including providing critical situational awareness in times of flooding in all 50 U.S.
states and additional territories. Our hydrologic monitoring stations continue to send data in near real-time to NWISWeb, and we are continuing critical water monitoring activities to.
The National Streamflow Statistics Program: Estimating High and Low Streamflow Statistics for Ungaged Sites: Series title: Fact Sheet: Series number: DOI: /fs Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Publisher: Geological Survey (U.S.) Contributing office(s) Office of Surface Water: Description: 4 p.
Ries III, K.G.,The national streamflow statistics program: A computer program for estimating streamflow statistics for ungaged sites: U.S.
Geological Survey Techniques and Methods 4-A6, 37 p. National Streamflow Statistics Program Version Based on Techniques and Methods Book 4-A6 Equations from database C:\Program Files\NSS\NSS_mdb Updated by KGR 1/11/ at PM added new LF statistics for DE Equations for Pennsylvania developed using English units Site: Conococheague Creek, Pennsylvania User: rfasnacht.
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The National Streamflow Statistics Program [electronic resource]: estimating high and low streamflow statistics for ungaged sites / [by D. Phil Turnipseed and Kernell G. Ries III]. Format Online Resource Book Published [Reston, Va.]: U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, . Get this from a library. The National Streamflow Statistics Program: a computer program for estimating streamflow statistics for ungaged states.
[Kernell G Ries; Geological Survey (U.S.);]. Get this from a library. The National Streamflow Statistics Program: estimating high and low streamflow statistics for ungaged sites.
[D Phil Turnipseed; Kernell G Ries; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. The National Streamflow Information Program (NSIP) is more than a streamgaging program.
It is a comprehensive program designed to provide high quality and accessible streamflow information suitable for multiple uses (USGS, ).
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These data are provided through contracts between NCHS and. 5 - streamflow affected to unknown degree by regulation or diversion** 6 - streamflow affected by regulation or diversion** 7 - streamflow is a historic peak*** 8 - streamflow actually greater than indicated value 9 - streamflow due to snowmelt, hurricane, ice-jam or debris dam breakup A - year of occurrence is unknown or not exact.
Following directions in problemdownload streamflow data in cfs for station number Trexler Run near Ringtown, PA. Run program Recess to determine the Recession Index; set number of days in recession to 'The book covers both traditional and new methods of streamflow data collection.
This second edition has preserved the objectives and structure of the first edition. However, the scope has been increased by the addition of material on the hydrometric management of the measurement of flow in pipes and of flow through orifices and : R W Herschy.
#N#There sites with peak streamflow data. Choose at least one of the following criteria to constrain the number of sites selected. State/Territory. Hydrologic Region. -- Identifier -- Multiple Site Numbers.
File of Site Numbers. -- Attribute -- -- Attribute -- Number of observations. Period of record. Water-Resources Regions 01 New England 02 Mid Atlantic 03 South Atlantic-Gulf 04 Great Lakes 05 Ohio 06 Tennessee 07 Upper Mississippi 08 Lower Mississippi 09 Souris-Red-Rainy 10 Missouri 11 Arkansas-White-Red 12 Texas-Gulf 13 Rio Grande 14 Upper Colorado 15 Lower Colorado 16 Great Basin 17 Pacific Northwest 18 California 19 Alaska 20 Hawaii More editions of Assessing the National Streamflow Information Program: Assessing the National Streamflow Information Program: ISBN () Softcover, National Academies Press, The National Streamflow Statistics Program A Computer Program for Estimating Streamflow Statistics for Ungaged Sites by Kernell G.
Ries 37 Pages, Published by Diane Publishing ISBNISBN: Streamflow Statistics are estimated from regression equations that relate flows to basin characteristics. Examples of basin characteristics: Basin area, slope, shape, climate, vegetation cover, degree of urbanization, geology, Usually developed on a State-by-State basis through the cooperative program.
The set of minimum national streamflow information needs that underlie these goals are reasonable and appropriate. The national distribution of NSIP base gage sites is also reasonable. NSIP COMPONENT 2: INTENSE DATA COLLECTION DURING FLOODS AND DROUGHTS.
Such data collection and analysis is a strength of the USGS and should be continued. NSIP. Step 1: Use the map or the search tool to identify an area of interest. At zoom level 8 or greater State/Region selection will be enabled. Step 2: You have zoomed in sufficiently to select a state or regional study area.
Your selection will dictate the data used to perform basin delineation and flow statistics calculation. 5 Personal correspondence between CRS and the Groundwater and Streamflow Information Program, USGS, December Figure 1. USGS Streamgaging Network Structure and Number of Streamgages Source: CRS with data from USGS Groundwater and Streamflow Information Program.
Notes: The number of streamgages are in parentheses. The National Streamflow Network is a. the national streamflow information program to a quantity of not less than. 4, sites; and ensure all streamgages are flood-hardened and equipped with water-quality sensors and modernized telemetry.
Each site described in subparagraph shall conform with the National Streamflow Information Program plan as reviewed by the National Research. Snow Survey Programs by State: Streamflow.
Real-Time Daily Streamflow Data by State: (Courtesy: US Geological Survey) AK | AZ> | CA | CO | ID | MT | NV | NM | OR. NOTICE: In JanuaryUSGS WaterWatch began operating in maintenance-only mode. Existing tools, features, and web data services are being fully maintained as before, but new tools and enhancements will no longer be developed.
Please contact USGS WaterWatch if. streamflow data are stored in the USGS National Water Information System (NWIS). Data Availability EPA obtained the data for this indicator from Michael McHale, Robert Dudley, and Glenn Hodgkins at USGS.
Similar streamflow analyses had been previously published in the peer-reviewed literature (Burns et al., ; Hodgkins and Dudley, ). Level Modified Streamflow: Seasonal Volumes and Statistics. - Grand Coulee Net Pumping Removed. August DOE/BP Cooperating Agencies: United States Army Corps of Engineers, United States Bureau of Reclamation.
Streamflow Statistics - Antietam Creek Near Sharpsburg, MD () Five Year Hydrographs. This is a real-time site. USGS MD-DE-DC Water Science Center Research Park Drive Baltimore, MD Tel: || Fax: [email protected] OTHER CENTERS.
Note that the output format can be changed to include statistics or site measurements on the graph. A table of data and a file of tab-separated can also be selected.
The tab-separated file can be imported to an analysis program, such as Excel, Access, or S-Plus for other analyses. RNZ National broadcasts 24 hours a day, featuring the best in news, current affairs, Māori programming, series, readings and music – plus podcasts, a live audio feed and on-demand programmes.
There is something for everyone in the wee small hours of a brand new day, every day, on our All Night Programme, a live-hosted programme of features. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF RAINFALL AND STREAMFLOW Introduction This chapter deals with the statistical analysis of hydrologic data (rainfall and streamﬂow) to assess the changes during the last four decades.
Time series, trend and dependability analysis were performed. The methods used and the results of analysis are given in this chapter. Kansas Water Science Center. All USGS This site only. Revision Streams Affected.The Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and the U.S.
Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) perform hydroregulation studies of the Columbia River basin for analysis of environmental impacts, changes to operation criteria from Biological Opinions, power revenue forecasts, flood control studies, operations planning, downstream benefit calculations, and.G.J.
Wiche, R.R. Holmes Jr., in Flood Forecasting, 1 Introduction. Streamflow is the volumetric discharge expressed in volume per unit time (typically cubic feet per second (ft 3 /s) or cubic meters per second (m 3 /s)) that takes place in a stream or channel and varies in time and space.
Excess streamflow can create a flooding hazard, and although excess streamflow is a natural.