2 edition of Magnitude and frequency of floods in Alaska and conterminous basins of Canada found in the catalog.
Magnitude and frequency of floods in Alaska and conterminous basins of Canada
Stanley H. Jones
1994 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Anchorage, Alaska, Denver, Colo .
Written in English
|Other titles||Floods in Alaska and conterminous basins of Canada.|
|Statement||by Stanley H. Jones and Charles B. Fahl ; prepared in cooperation with the state of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities and Federal Highway Administration.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 93-4179.|
|Contributions||Fahl, Charles B., Geological Survey (U.S.), Alaska. Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities., United States. Federal Highway Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 122 p.|
|Number of Pages||122|
Hydrologic hazards in the lower Drift River basin associated with the – eruptions of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska. Author links open 73 pp. Jones, S.H. and Fahl, C.B., Magnitude and frequency of floods in Alaska and conterminous basins of Canada. U.S. Geol. Surv., Water Resour. C.B. FahlMagnitude and frequency of floods in Cited by: Report on Six Case Studies of Flood Frequency Analyses prepared for plus 3 historical floods Daily series for Bow River at Banff, Flood frequency plot by AE () for Calgary instantaneous series , Canada records do not provide a value for the flood in the Highwood River, it is. conterminous United States back to the late 19th century. However, shorter data records are available for parts of Canada, Alaska, Hawaii, Mexico, the Caribbean, and U.S. territories. In practice, this limits true continental-scale analyses of temperature and precipitation extremes to . This report is an authoritative assessment of the science of climate change, with a focus on the United States. It represents the second of two volumes of the Fourth National Climate Assessment, mandated by the Global Change Research Act of Cited by: 5.
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Get this from a library. Magnitude and frequency of floods in Alaska and conterminous basins of Canada. [Stanley H Jones; Charles B Fahl; Geological Survey (U.S.); Alaska.
Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.; United States. Federal Highway Administration.]. Magnitude and Frequency of Floods in Alaska and Conterminous Basins of Canada By Stanley H. Jones1 and Charles B. Fahl2 ABSTRACT Equations for estimating the magnitude and frequency of floods at ungaged sites on streams in Alaska and conterminous Cited by: Estimates of the magnitude and frequency of floods are needed across Alaska for engineering design of transportation and water-conveyance structures, flood-insurance studies, flood-plain management, and other water-resource purposes.
This report updates methods for estimating flood magnitude and frequency in Alaska and conterminous basins in Canada. This report updates methods for estimating flood magnitude and frequency in Alaska and conterminous basins in Canada. Annual peak-flow data through water year were compiled from streamgages on unregulated streams with at least 10 years of record.
Flood-frequency estimates were computed for each streamgage using the Expected. Equations for estimating the magnitude and frequency of floods at ungaged sites on streams in Alaska and conterminous basins of Canada were developed using multipleregression analyses of basin climatic and physical characteristics and peak-flow statistics from gaged locations in Alaska and 72 gaged locations in Canada.
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Estimates of the magnitude and frequency of floods are needed across Alaska for engineering design of transportation and water-conveyance structures, flood-insurance studies, flood-plain management, and other water-resource purposes. This report updates methods for estimating flood magnitude and frequency in Alaska and conterminous basins in.
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A rising body of water (as in a stream, lake, or sea, or behind a dam) that over tops its natural or artificial confines and that covers land not normally under water; esp. any relatively high stream flow that overflows its banks in any reach of the stream, or that is measured by gage height or discharge quantity.
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Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor], ), also by Scott D. Waltemeyer and New Mexico. There is a strong inter-annual and inter-decadal variability in time series of flood-related variables, such as intense precipitation, high river discharge, flood magnitude, and flood loss at a range of spatial scales.
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