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Regionalization of low-flow characteristics of Arkansas streams

A. H. Ludwig

Regionalization of low-flow characteristics of Arkansas streams

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Little Rock, Ark, Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stream measurements -- Arkansas -- Mathematical models.,
  • Streamflow -- Arkansas -- Measurement.

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    Other titlesRegionalization of low flow characteristics of Arkansas streams.
    Statementby A.H. Ludwig and Gary D. Tasker ; prepared in cooperation with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission.
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 93-4013.
    ContributionsTasker, Gary D., Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 19, 7 p. :
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18056458M

    The Arkansas Water Plan is the State’s comprehensive planning process for the conservation, development, and protection of the State’s water resources, with a goal of long-ter. Control streams were chosen through the use of a technique that identifies similar streams based on similarities in their watershed characteristics. Significant differences between impacted and control sites existed for surface substrate, riparian vegetation, and the number of macroinvertebrates taxa. biotic integrity of streams: effects of scale in measuring the influence of land use/cover and habitat structures on fish and macroinvertebrates. Environmental Management 23(2) Land, L. F., and A. A. Shipp. Water-quality assessment of the Trinity River basin, Texas— nutrients in streams draining an agricultural and. Conservation measures can include the use of new devices or technology (e.g., low flow toilets, leak detection equipment, drip irrigation) to improve water efficiency, and the promotion of behavioral and water management practices (e.g., turning off faucets when not in use, limiting.


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Get this from a library. Regionalization of low-flow characteristics of Arkansas streams. [A H Ludwig; Gary D Tasker; Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission.; Geological Survey (U.S.)].

The low-flow characteristics of these continuous- and partial-record streamflow gaging stations were utilized in a regional regression analysis to produce equations for estimating the annual, seasonal, bimonthly, and monthly (November through April) 7-day, year low flows and the annual 7-day, 2-year low flow for ungaged streams in the.

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Water use in Arkansas has increased dramatically in recent years. Sincethe use of water for all purposes except power generation has increased Author: Jaysson E.

Funkhouser. REGIONALIZATION OF LOW-FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF TENNESSEE STREAMS R. H Bingham. ABSTRACT Procedures for estimating 3-day Z-year, 3-day lo-year, 3-day year, and -/-day lo-year low flows at ungaged stream sites in Tennessee are based on sur- face geology and drainage area Size: 3MB.

Updating Low-Flow Statistics at USGS Streamgages and Regionalization of Selected Low-Flow Characteristics for Alabama Streams. INTRODUCTION. As part of their mission to protect public health and aquatic ecosystems, Alabama state agencies need accurate and representative streamflow statistics to establish realistic and applicable criteria for both water quality and water quantity (fig.

Background Understanding and defining drought by the National Drought Mitigation Regionalization of low-flow characteristics of Arkansas streams book.

OSW Memos SW Adjustments for zero-flow items SW Updating Streamflow/Basin Characteristics File SW Low-Flow Programs SW Low-Flow Frequency Estimates SW Policy on Providing Low-Flow Information. WRIRRegionalization of low-flow characteristics of Arkansas streams WRIRFlow duration and low-flow characteristics of selected Arkansas streams WRIRFloodflow Frequency of Streams in the Alluvial Plain of the Lower Mississippi River in Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana.

Low-flow characteristics for selected streams and regionalization of low-flow characteristics in Arkansas: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Reportp. [Link]. Low-flow characteristics of streams in the Rock-Fox River basin, Wis., include estimates of low-flow frequency ad flow duration at 13 gaging stations; low-flow frequency characteristics at 32 low-flow partial-record stations and 78 miscellaneous sites; and a list of base-flow discharge measurements at miscellaneous sites.

Equations are provided to estimate low-flow characteristics at. Full text of "Regionalization of Low Flow Characteristics-northeastern and Northwestern Region" See other formats.

Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, The National Academies Press. doi: / and G. Tasker. Regionalization of low flow characteristics of Arkansas streams.

U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report Reston, Virginia. Matalas, N. Drought. Drought Regionalization Based on Low Flow Trends in Selected River Basins in Slovakia December International Journal of Environmental Science and Development 5(6) Relating Low-Flow Characteristics to the Baseflow-Recession Time Scale at Partial-Record Streamflow Sites Relating low-flow characteristics to the base flow r ecession.

Arkansas S S. Low-flow characteristics in the Cape Fear River Basin vary widely in response to changes in geology and soil types. The area of the basin with the lowest potentials for sustained base flows is underlain by the Triassic basin in parts of Durham, Wake, and Chatham Counties.

However when anglers refer to the White River, they usually mean the miles of cold water that is made up as tailwaters of four dams in Arkansas and one in Missouri. These waters provide excellent habitat for trout and have made the river one of the top twenty rivers in America.

Brown and rainbow trout are stocked below all five of the dams. Low-Flow Characteristics and Regionalization of Low-Flow Characteristics for Selected Streams in Arkansas. Hua Lin. 02 Sep Paperback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Kenneth Eng. 05 Sep Paperback. unavailable. The paper intends to review the current status of low-flow hydrology — a discipline which deals with minimum flow in a river during the dry periods of the year.

The discussion starts with the analysis of low-flow generating mechanisms operating in natural conditions and the description of anthropogenic factors which directly or indirectly Cited by:   Riparian vegetation in dry regions is influenced by low-flow and high-flow components of the surface and groundwater flow regimes.

The duration of no-flow periods in the surface stream controls vegetation structure along the low-flow channel, while depth, magnitude and rate of groundwater decline influence phreatophytic vegetation in the by: ards, planning responsive monitoring networks, and evaluating rapid-onset events.

Research needs related to interpretive studies include more rigorous treatment of nonstationarity in hydrologic risk assessment, including nonstationarity and persistence in climatic linkages, changing land use and watershed conditions, and the dynamics of channel morphology and sediment transport.

The revised single manual, renamed Technical Guidance Manual for Developing Total Maximum Daily Loads, Book II: Streams and Rivers, Part I: Biochemical Oxygen Demand/Dissolved Oxygen and Nutri- ents/Eutrophication, eliminates duplicative information on hydrodynamics and physical characteristics of streams and rivers, and on the interactions of.

Arkansas River Basin) (included with the Lower White) (unpublished) (included with the Lower Wh ite) The Arkansas River Basin Report was prepared by the U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers in cooperation with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission. Two regionalization methods (global averages and regression) were evaluated in terms of their abilities to improve SWAT predictions in ungauged watersheds in Arkansas.

Analyses were conducted using parameters developed in previous modeling work (Table 1) undertaken in seven Arkansas’ priority watersheds [ 20, 21, 22 ].Cited by: soils and streams with thicker gravel/cobble substrate relative to the Nashville/Bluegrass Basins.

Ridge and Valley water-sheds are characterized by shallower soils and lower gradients than Blue Ridge watersheds. The substrate in Ridge and Valley streams usually consist of a mixture of cobble and gravel with some exposed bedrock.

Low-Flow Characteristics and Regionalization of Low-Flow Characteristics for Selected Streams in Arkansas Jaysson E. Funkhouser, Ken Eng, Matthew W. Moix: SIR Evaluation of Selected Model Constraints and Variables on Simulated Sustainable Yield from the Mississippi River Valley Alluvial Aquifer System in Arkansas John B.

Czarnecki. The chemical characteristics of Arkansas River remain essentially the same as the water flows through southwest Kansas. The relationships of the dissolved concentrations of different individual constituents to specific conductance, and thus to TDS content, do not change noticeably as shown by the points for different locations along the river.

critical low flow period on Cow Creek above Owl Creek, which were collected by the North American Salt Company. Critical low flow chloride concentrations averaged mg/l at this location.

Cow Cr Station near Lyons Concentration vs Flow Condition 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Percent of Days Flow Exceeded. This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Szilagyi, Jozsef Zlotnik, Vitaly A.

Gates, John B. and Jozsa, Janos Cited by: ?>55 R 96,(00/ BIOLOGICAL CRITERIA Technical Guidance for Streams and Small Rivers Revised Edition Project Leader and Editor Dr.

George R. Gibson, Jr. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Science and Technology Health and Ecological Criteria Division M Street, SW () Washington, DC Principal Authors Dr.

Michael T. Barbour, Principal Scientist Dr. James B. Stribling. Midwest, streams flowing through cropland differ considerably in their ecological characteristics, in part because of differences in riparian buffer zones (see text boxes). This conclusion is based on an investiga-tion of 70 streams and rivers within three NAWQA study units in the upper Midwest during August (fig.

A; Sorenson and others. Low-flow Frequency at Selected Ga~ing Stations 37 Estimate of Low-flow FrequenA at artial-record Stations on Streams in Eastern rkansas 38 Description of ~sical/biological Seasons in the Arkansas Meth of Instream How Quantification 45 Monthly and Annual Instream Flow Re~uirements for Fish and Wildlife (Arkansas Method at.

(d) Listings: Lower Arkansas River Basin Streams Lower Arkansas River Basin Streams Table 1: Impaired streams impacted by non-point and point sources Impaired Use: Domestic Water Supply Water Quality Standard: Domestic Water Supply: mg/L at any point of domestic water supply diversion ((c)(3)(A))File Size: 1MB.

Full text of "Flood flow frequency for ungaged watersheds: a literature evaluation" See other formats. The occurrence of drought is one of the characteristic features of Polish climate. Drought usually lasts for many weeks and covers considerable area causing economic and social losses. Due to the influence which drought has on environment, economy and society, more and more research and implementation works are devoted to issues concerning its occurrence, risk assessment, monitoring, Cited by: 2 Methods for Estimating Flow-Duration Curve and Low-Flow Frequency Statistics for Ungaged Locations on Small Streams indicate the probable availability of water in streams during times when conflicts between water supply and demand are most prevalent, LFF statistics can be used by Federal, State, tribal, and local agencies for water-quality.

Using three mid-sized streams from the Mid-Atlantic region of the U.S., we show the model parameter set for each event can be predicted based on the event characteristics (e.g., hydrologic, meteorologic and antecedent moisture conditions) using a combined cluster analysis and classification tree by: OF PCB CONTAMINATION IN FRESHWATER STREAMS IN KENTUCKY David J.

Price and Wesley J. Birge T.H. Morgan Bldg. Department of Biology University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky, () [email protected] A PCB monitoring study was conducted on two moderate gradient freshwater streams in western Kentucky, Big and Little Bayou creeks.

Kentucky Water Resources Annual Symposium Sponsored by Methods for Estimating Low-Flow Frequencies of Unregulated Streams in Kentucky, been paired with three deciduous dominated streams with similar physical characteristics for a total of eighteen study streams.

A 30 m segment (“reach”) was established in each. Trends and comparison of water quality and bottom material of northeastern Arkansas streams,and effects of planned diversions / (Little Rock, Ark.: Dept.

of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, Colo.: Books and Open-File Reports [distributor], ), by James C. Petersen, Geological Survey (U.S.), and Arkansas Soil and. Here z t is the logarithm of the annual peak flow in year t, and s is the standard deviation of the z e the true values of skews at each site are unknown, the regional average of the skews was used in.

[44] The cross correlations among skewness estimators ρ(γ i, γ j) can be obtained using the expressions of Martins and Monte Carlo experiments determined the Cited by: Proceedings of the U.S.

Geological Survey Karst Interest Group, Fayetteville, Arkansas, AprilAlternate Title USGS Karst Interest Group Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report Series Title USGS - Scientific Investigations Aggregation Karst Information Portal Ticklers ISSUE: K/ HAS [0] INTERNAL.

Curtis, B. Changes in a river’s physical characteristics under substantial reductions in flow due to hydroelectric diversion. California Fish and Game Curtis, G.L., J.S.

Ramsey, and D.L. Scarnecchia. Habitat use and movements of shovelnose sturgeon in pool 13 of the upper Mississippi River during extreme low flow.Floodplain management in a multifaceted world proceedings, twenty-first annual conference of the Association of State Floodplain Managers, Apr.

28 to May 2,Little Rock, Arkansas Alternate Title Proceedings, twenty-first annual conference of the Association of State Floodplain Managers, Apr.

28 to May 2,Little Rock, Arkansas Series.Basin characteristics were used to estimate FDCs for ungaged basins by predicting 15 streamflow quantiles using MNNs for 9, HUC12 watershed pour points—that is, the mouth of the watershed.

to provide a greater number of observations for regionalization and to partially address the nonstationarity in FDCs. Streamflow statistics include Cited by: 3.