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Synthetic Streamflows

ISBN/ASIN: 9780875903002,9781118665282 | 1971 | English | pdf | 101/101 pages | 1.22 Mb
Publisher: by the American Geophysical Union. | Author: Myron B. Fiering, Barbara B. Jackson(auth.)

About The ProductPublished by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Water Resources Monograph Series.
This monograph contains virtually no mathematical derivations and little statistical theory, but a large number of formulas, examples, and their phenomenological justification. Moreover, many references are cited so that interested readers can locate some of the missing details and study them from their source documents. The purpose of this monograph is to summarize many of the proposals for generating synthetic streamflows, to present numerical calculations that show the step-by-step calculations, and to offer proposals for their application in a variety of hydrologic engineering problems. This monograph is the first of a series of monographs emphasizing procedural aspects of hydrologic analysis.
Content:
Chapter 1 Tool of Operational Hydrology (pages 1–12):
Chapter 2 Statistics of Operational Hydrology (pages 13–32):
Chapter 3 Evaluation of the Statistics (pages 33–47):
Chapter 4 Choice of a Model (pages 49–78):
Chapter 5 Other Considerations in the Use of Operational Hydrology (pages 79–87):

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