4 edition of Rainfall and runoff data from small basins in Wyoming found in the catalog.
Rainfall and runoff data from small basins in Wyoming
James G. Rankl
|Statement||by J. G. Rankl and D. S. Barker ; prepared by the United States Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Wyoming Highway Department and the United States Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.|
|Series||Report - Wyoming Water Planning Program ; no. 17|
|Contributions||Barker, D. S. 1934- joint author., Geological Survey (U.S.), Wyoming. State Highway Dept., United States. Federal Highway Administration.|
|LC Classifications||QC925.1.U8 W857|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 195 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||79622682|
Although air from the Pacific Ocean generally contains substantial precipitable water vapor before the air penetrates deep into the interior, the moisture in the air in the southern pathways, which affects much of the west coast of the United States, is not released abundantly as precipitation due to the proximity of the North Pacific subtropical anticyclone and the stabilizing effect of the cold California Current. A tributary at the arctic-boreal transition in the Agashashok River Watershed This picture gives a good representation of a watershed. There has been an increase in the number of heavy precipitation events over many areas during the past century, as well as an increase since the s in the prevalence of droughts—especially in the tropics and subtropics. Water Resour. If you are at the bottom of the watershed it is highly likely that no detention will yield the best overall peak flow results.
Nadim, F. Storm surge should not be confused with storm tide, which is defined as the water level rise due to the combination of storm surge and the astronomical tide. Anagnostou, and M. The time of concentration defines the critical duration of peak rainfall for the area of interest.
Lyons,Hydrologic tracers and thresholds: a comparison of geochemical techniques for event-based stream hydrograph separation across multiple land covers in the Panama Canal Watershed, Appl. XVII, no. The precipitation that caused the severe spring floods of in the Mississippi River basin was a result of these conditions Chin and others Easy, if you are standing on ground right now, just look down.
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The atmosphere, a temporary reservoir and delivery system for this moisture, evaporates the moisture from the ocean surface and transports it to the continents in the form of precipitable water vapor through the large-scale motions of the general circulation of the atmosphere.
Copenhagen, Denmark, June, Hunter, S. Corps of Engineers, Chicago, Illinois, November 1, Meier, M. L, and M. Douglas, and F. It only shows a part of the Agashoshok watershed, but you can see how precipitation that falls on the near side of the ridges will move down-gradient to flow into the river in the picture.
Furthermore, the large-scale climatic framework that influences the occurrence of floods can have a continuity that is much longer than the period of flooding. Buchberger, S. Koch, R. Talbot and J.
Figure The major requirements for severe-thunderstorm development are warm, moist, unstable air and an atmospheric environment that supports low-elevation cloud bases and instability aloft so that clouds can form to great heights.
Byrd, B. Another multiple-feature interaction that is typical of the eastern United States is the merging of a tropical cyclone with an upper atmospheric trough of low pressure and its subsequent transformation into an extratropical cyclone. Principal types Areal Floods can happen on flat or low-lying areas when water is supplied by rainfall or snowmelt more rapidly than it can either infiltrate or run off.
Geological Survey, National water summary Hydrologic events, selected water-quality trends, and ground-water resources: U. I dont know if I did the right thing but I went ahead and designed it anyway - I did oversize it though. Imagine that the whole basin is covered with a big and strong plastic sheet.
Runner, G. Singh, and D. Although the southwestern U.Zeller, M. E. (). “ Hydrology manual for engineering design and floodplain management within Pima County, Arizona for the prediction of peak discharge from surface runoff on small semiarid watershed for 2-year through year flood recurrence intervals.”Pima County Department of Transportation and Flood Control District, Tucson, Arizona.
(Second Printing with errata revisions). Kibler, D. F., Small, A. B., and Pasqual, R. F. ().
“Evaluating hydrologic models and methods in northern Virginia.” Virginia Tech Research Paper Evaluating Runoff ModelsBlacksburg atlasbowling.comia Polytechnic Institute and State University; ASCE International Conference on Water Resource EngineeringSan Antonio TX. Revista Facultad de Ingeniería Universidad de Antioquia Print version ISSN Rainfall/Runoff data from the microbasin, collected over a six-month period, were analyzed.
it is important to establish the viability of applying this methodology to evaluate basic rainfall/runoff processes in small basins. University of Wyoming; Book Chapter Annual cycle of temperature and snowmelt runoff in Satluj River Basin using in situ data Author(s) Sarita Tiwari Sarita Tiwari 1.
National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting, Noida, India. Search for other works by this author on. The assessment was categorized across three spatial scales using watershed ranging from ~–10, km2. The propagation of the errors from rainfall estimates to runoff estimates was analyzed by forcing a hydrologic-model with the satellite-based precipitation products for nine storm events from to Cited by: 3.
Mountain snowpack across Wyoming was to percent of median by early March. Snowpack “water” numbers and/or SWEs were the highest across basins in southeast and western Wyoming—varying between to percent of median.
SWEs across basins in north central Wyoming were 80 to percent of median.