stream stage

stream stage

[′strēm ‚stāj]
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A pressure transducer was installed in Wallaby Creek to record stream stage (5 min intervals) during the rainfall event.
Our Scott Valley study suggests that knowledge of stream stage at high spatial and temporal detail is critical when representing the groundwater-surface water boundary with a RIV approach.
The revision, which will include the two bedaquiline-containing treatment arms, will be called STREAM Stage 2.
When the stream stage rises, the flow exerts greater stress on the bank and mobilizes bank sediment.
For the case of the heaviest component, the net mass transfer is zero from the top to side stream stage, and it occurs from the vapour to the liquid phase in the rest of the column.
The objective of the study is to analyze nutrient levels for water quality in Gill's Creek at regular intervals during rain events to quantify nitrite, nitrate, ammonia, and phosphorus concentrations and observe changes in dissolved oxygen (DO), pH, total organic carbon (TOC), turbidity, temperature, and stream stage. As part of a larger project, this data will provide valuable information about collective runoff from neighborhoods, green space, and impervious surfaces in the watershed during rain events.
Measurements include stream stage, turbidity (by turbidity tube), and rain gage reading.
Stream stage during the 10-yr period was clearly associated with precipitation, being highest in 1985-1986 and lowest in 1988 (Schlosser and Ebel [1989]; see also Fig.
Geological Survey gaging station consisted of a stilling well located in the side of the stream bank and a stage recorder used to measure and record the stream stage. The stream stage was recorded at 15-min intervals.
Seasonal and annual variation in precipitation and stream stage in Gould Creek.
Re-meandering straightened channels, planting woody vegetation on floodplains, and adding instream structures - all typical rehabilitation measures - increase flow resistance and raise normal depths at all stream stages (i.e.