2 edition of Rainfall-runoff data from small watersheds in Colorado, October 1977 through September 1980 found in the catalog.
Rainfall-runoff data from small watersheds in Colorado, October 1977 through September 1980
by U.S. Geological Survey, For sale by Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch, U.S. Geological Survey] in Lakewood, Colo, [Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by Betty J. Cochran ... [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District ... [et al.].|
|Series||Open-file report -- 82-873., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 82-873.|
|Contributions||Cochran, Betty J., Urban Drainage and Flood Control District (Colo.), Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Over the decades, we have collaborated with many agencies to open o acres of municipal watershed lands and reservoirs to recreational uses. In , the citizens of Colorado Springs passed a charter amendment allowing the City to open the North Slope and Northfield system of reservoirs for recreational use when all municipalities. This watershed contains the Concho River which flows into O.H. Ivie Reservoir. The City of San Angelo is located within this watershed. " " MB: Lake Buchanan Watershed Map: Map showing the Lake Buchanan watershed. The Colorado and San Saba rivers flow through this watershed. " " MB: Lake LBJ Watershed Map: Map showing.
rado has increased by 68 percent (Colorado Division of Mines, ). Much of the present and future coal mining in northwestern Colorado is and will be surface strip mining within small, semiarid watersheds. Few data are available to define the hydrology and water quality of such watersheds. Without such data and an unCited by: 4. Changes in runoff and sediment yield caused by changing sagebrush cover to grass cover were studied at four small watersheds in western Colorado during a 9-year period, from to Measurements of runoff and sediment yield from the four watersheds were made for 8 years, at which time two watersheds were plowed and seeded to beardless bluebunch wheatgrass.
Average Annual Precipitation by River Basin River Basin Average Precipitation (inches/year) Weber River 26 Jordan River 23 Bear River 22 Utah Lake 22 Kanab Creek/Virgin River 17 Uintah 15 Sevier River 14 Cedar/Beaver 13 Southeast Colorado River 11 West Colorado River 10 West Desert 10 State Average (weighted land areas) 13 *source: Utah's Water File Size: 37KB. The Colorado River watershed compri square miles, originating in Dawson County near the New Mexico border in the High Plains. Travis County’s water resources include not only the Colorado River, aquifers, springs, and lakes, but also the creeks, streams, and storm water drainage channels that flow to them.
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Rainfall-runoff data from small watersheds in Colorado are being collected and analyzed for the purpose of defining the flood characteristics of these and other similar areas. Data collected from October through September at a total of 18 urban stations, 10 Denver Federal Center stations, and 48 rural (or highway) stations are tabulated at 5-minute time intervals.
Get this from a library. Rainfall-runoff data from small watersheds in Colorado, October through September [Betty J Cochran; Urban Drainage and Flood Control District (Colo.); Geological Survey (U.S.);].
Rainfall-runoff data from small watersheds in Colorado, October through September Lakewood, Colo.: [Denver, Colo: U.S. Geological Survey ; For sale by Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch, U.S.
Geological Survey] MLA Citation. Rainfall-runoff data from small watersheds in Colorado, October through September / by Betty J. Cochran [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District, the General Services Administration, and the Colorado Division of Highways U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey Lakewood, Colo Get this from a library. Rainfall-runoff data from small watersheds in Colorado, October through September [Betty J Cochran; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States. General Services Administration.; Colorado. Division of Highways.; Urban Drainage and Flood Control District (Colo.);].
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Identification of the SCS-CN Parameter Spatial Distribution Using Rainfall-Runoff Data in Heterogeneous Watersheds Article in Water Resources. A watershed, also referred to as a “drainage basin,” is an area of land from which rainfall and/or snowmelt drains into a stream or other water body. Ridges of higher ground generally form the boundaries between watersheds.
At these boundaries, rain falling on one side flows toward the low point of one watershed. Journal of Hydrology, 96 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Printed in The Netherlands A COMPARISON OF THE LARGEST RAINFALL-RUNOFF FLOODS IN THE UNITED STATES WITH THOSE OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA AND THE WORLD JOHN E.
COSTA Cascades Volcano Observatory, U.S. Geological Survey, Cited by: The Program T&M Chapter 6 of Book 4, The National Streamflow Statistics Program: A Computer Program for Estimating Streamflow Statistics for Ungaged Sites; Alabama.
SIRMagnitude and frequency of floods for urban streams in Alabama, ; SIRMagnitude and Frequency of Floods in Alabama, ; SIRMagnitude and Frequency of Floods on Small. Through the first week of SeptemberColorado was exceptionally warm and dry. By Septem everything had changed.
Flood conditions stretched about miles, from Colorado Springs north to Ft. Collins. Saturated soils left water with no place to go, and puddles turned to ponds throughout the densely populated Colorado Front Range.
The Colorado Watershed Assembly (CWA) supports collaborative efforts to protect and improve the conservation values of our state’s land, water, and other natural resources by providing the network to connect a diversity of interests with Colorado's watershed. Real-time (observed) rainfall-runoff data from two small watersheds was use to estimate the flood potential of the area.
The first watershed (W-1) is Author: Mohammad Faizalhakim Ahmad Shafuan. Approximately 80 percent of Colorado’s population relies on forested watersheds to deliver municipal water supplies. Watershed health management strategies that protect this domestic supply will also protect other uses in the watershed.
Colorado’s mountain watersheds have a strong influence on the quality and quantity of water. The U.S State of Colorado includes the headwaters of several important rivers. The state is divided into two major hydrographic regions by the Continental Divide of the of the Continental Divide, surface waters flow via the South Platte River, the North Platte River, the Republican River, the Arkansas River, the Cimarron River, the Canadian River, or the Rio.
Colorado’s River System Provides Water to 19 States. Four major river systems – the Platte, Colorado, Arkansas and Rio Grande – originate in Colorado’s mountains and fully drain into one-third of the landmass of the lower 48 states.
Colorado’s headwaters play a crucial role in meeting our nation’s need for fresh water. Zeller, M. “ 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. In this study, a peak runoff regression model was derived using dimensional analysis. The model was calibrated by 63 rainfall/runoff events observed from 30 small rural basins in the state of Colorado.
It has been found that basin area, slope, shape factor, precipitation, vegetation, and soil type are important factors. In the. Figure 1.
Annual rainfall-runoff data from Table 1 for Rock Creek watershed, northern Ohio. Plot the Big Creek rainfall-runoff data from Table 1 and averages on this plot using a different symbol. RAINFALL-RUNOFF RELATIONSHIPS FOR SMALL, MOUNTAINOUS, FORESTED WATERSHEDS IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES by NEGUSSIE HAILU TEDELA B.S., Alemaya University, Ethiopia, S., National University of Ireland, A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of The University of Georgia in PartialFile Size: 1MB.
soils on the ridge line of the watershed and at the base of the watershed [Walthall, ]. Areas of talus dominate the valley bottom and are adjacent to Andrews Creek.
The two watersheds share a common lithology of silver plume granite and biotite gneiss [Cole, ; Pearson, ]. The hydrology of both watersheds is dominated by a large.limited data for small watersheds; only 2 of 36 watersheds studied had drainage areas less than 30 mi2. Procedures for estimating flood character istics described by the U.S.
Soil Conservation Service (, ) apply to small watersheds, but primarily are based on empirical rainfall-runoffCited by: Stream flow plays a crucial role in environmental, social and economic contexts.
It is of significance to investigate the causes of change in runoff for better water resources management. This study detects the variation trend of recorded runoff of the Gushan River, a tributary of the Yellow River located on the Loess Plateau with severe soil and water losing, Cited by: 3.