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Low-flow measurements of North Carolina streams

W. L. Yonts

Low-flow measurements of North Carolina streams

by W. L. Yonts

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Published by State of North Carolina, Board of Water and Air Resources, Dept. of Water and Air Resources in Raleigh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Carolina.
    • Subjects:
    • Stream measurements -- North Carolina.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby W. L. Yonts.
      ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.), North Carolina. Dept. of Water and Air Resources.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB1225.N8 Y6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination236 p.
      Number of Pages236
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5393132M
      LC Control Number72610477

      Methodology for Identification of Intermittent and Perennial Streams and Their Origins (V, ) -- EFFECTIVE September 1, North Carolina Stream ID Manual Version ; North Carolina Stream ID Form Version ; North Carolina Stream ID Manual Version Description of Updates.   Stream width is a function of discharge (occurrence and magnitude), sediment transport (size and type), and the stream bed and bank materials. North Carolina has a humid subtropical climate with an abundance of vegetation and rainfall throughout the year.

      North Carolina Forestry BMP Manual Chapter 5 Amended Page 69 FPG Caption: The BMPs noted here: Properly sized culvert. - Culvert installed to handle low flow stream conditions. - Sloped road fill, reinforced with a side support log/timber. - Ample fill material over the culvert. - Headwall reinforced with large rock. A Note on. An understanding of the magnitude and frequency of low-flow discharges is an important part of protecting surface-water resources and planning for municipal and industrial economic expansion. Low-flow characteristics are summarized for 7 continuous-record gaging stations and 23 partial-record measuring sites in the Deep River Basin in North Carolina.

        Therefore, it is critical to correctly identify bankfull stage when classifying streams and designing stream restoration measures. The Rosgen stream classification system is discussed in detail in Application of the Rosgen Stream Classification System in North Carolina, AG Correspondingly, many streams in the lower part of the basin have minimal (defined as less than cubic foot per second) or zero 7Q10 discharges. Drainage area and low-flow discharge profiles are presented for the Deep River. The drainage-area profile shows downstream increases in basin size.


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Low-flow measurements of North Carolina streams by W. L. Yonts Download PDF EPUB FB2

Low-flow characteristics of streams in North Carolina. [G L Giese; Robert R Mason; North Carolina. Department of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources.] Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: # Stream measurements--North Carolina\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.

the western Piedmont and mountruns hydrologic area. (HAlO) The drainage area IS 3 5 mt2, the mean annual runoff IS 1 2 (fe/s)/mt2, and the low-flow charactenstic of interest is the 7Ql0 low flow. Then: MAF= (MAR)(DA) (15) and substituting above values 4 2 fe/s=(l 2(fe/s)/mt2)(3 5 mt2).Cited by: Get this from a library.

Low-flow characteristics of streams in North Carolina. [G L Giese; Robert R Mason; Geological Survey (U.S.); North Carolina. Department of Environment, Health. Ten low-flow hydrologic areas were defined for North Carolina by relating topography, geology, mean annual runoff, and other features to low-flow frequency characteristics for continuous-record streamflow stations and partial-record streamflow stations.

Regression equations relating low-flow characteristics to mean annual discharge were developed for five of the hydrologic areas. Low-flow characteristics of streams in North Carolina Water-Supply Paper By G.L. Giese and R.R. Mason, Jr. Abstract. Ten low-flow hydrologic areas were defined for North Carolina by relating topography, geology, mean annual runoff, and other features to low-flow frequency characteristics for continuous-record streamflow stations and.

Page Contact Information: North Carolina Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified: EDT vaww Low flow periods. Most instream flow impacts are more pronounced during low flow periods. It is during these periods when streams are already at low levels that the demand for water is often highest.

The drier, and usually hotter, the weather is, the greater the demand is for irrigating lawns, crops, and golf courses, and for electricity. Stream width is a function of discharge (occurrence and magni­ tude), sediment transport (size and type) and the streambed and bank materials.

North Carolina has a humid subtropical climate with abundant rainfall and vegetation throughout the year. Because vegetation along streambanks provides resistance to. ♦ Surface Water Classifications (find a stream name, index number, and classification) ♦ Impaired Waters Map (check the (d) status of a stream or other waterbody) ♦ Environmental Permit Application Tracker (check the status of applications for DENR environmental permits, including State Stormwater, NPDES Wastewater, etc.).

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 Rural Streams.

Low-flow characteristics and profiles for selected streams in the Roanoke River Basin, North Carolina. Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Curtis Weaver; North Carolina.

Division of Environmental Management. # Stream measurements--North Carolina\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. Low-flow characteristics and discharge profiles for selected streams in the Cape Fear River Basin, North Carolina, through Water-Resources Investigations.

Complete report in PDF( pages, 6, KB) Abstract. An understanding of the magnitude and frequency of low-flow discharges is an important part of evaluating surface-water resources and planning for municipal and industrial economic expansion. Low-flow characteristics are summarized in this report for 67 continuous-record gaging stations and partial-record measuring sites in the Cape Fear.

Low-flow characteristics and profiles for selected streams in the Roanoke River Basin, North Carolina [J. Curtis. Weaver] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Stream Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was established by the North Carolina Division of Water Quality (NC DWQ) in December to provide technical and scientific input related to the definitions of streams and waterbodies in the Neuse River Basin for use in.

Program for Evaluating Stream Quality in North Carolina By H. Wilder anc/C. Simmons Abstract The design and objectives of the program for evaluating stream quality in North Carolina are described. Using water-quality and streamflow data collected since.

and Perennial streams, Version North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Division of Water Quality. Raleigh, NC. Further Information can be obtained from: North Carolina Division of Water Quality Program Development Unit Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC () *perennial streams may also be identified using other methods.

See p. 35 of manual. Low-flow characteristics and discharge profiles for selected streams in the Neuse River Basin, North Carolina. Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: # Stream measurements--North Carolina--Neuse River Valley\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema.

Get this from a library. Low-flow characteristics and discharge profiles for selected streams in the Cape Fear River Basin, North Carolina, through [J Curtis Weaver; Benjamin F Pope; Geological Survey (U.S.); North Carolina.

Division of Water Quality.]. Prepared in cooperation with the North Carolina State Depart­ ment of Water Resources. Bibliography: p. 1. Water-supply North Carolina. 2. Stream measurements North Carolina.

I. Title. (Series) For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office Washington, D.C., Temperature of Streams in North Carolina, quality samphng and low-flow discharge measurements.

Dally and monthly stream-temperature measurements were made from depth-Integrated water samples, except where top and bottom samples were .EFSAB has not recommended a specific value for the low-flow component, but recommends that DENR establish these values based on an analysis of typical and extreme low-flow conditions in North Carolina.

2. Biological-response strategy: evaluate the effects of ecological flows using models.