streamflow


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streamflow

[′strēm‚flō]
(hydrology)
A type of channel flow, applied to surface runoff moving in a stream.
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Initially, the primary focus of WfW was purely on the management of invasive species known to have negative impacts on streamflow.
Rainfall data from GPM is combined with a land surface model that incorporates vegetation cover, soil type, and terrain to determine how much water is soaking in--and how much is feeding the streamflow.
We have seen an increase in rainfall in many parts of the state that has restored groundwater levels and streamflow," DEP Secretary John Quigley said.
Other earthquakes have been associated with increased streamflow, Wang said, but the South Napa quake is unlike the others because it was responsible for all the water flowing through previously dry streams.
The proposed regulations will alter future permits by imposing additional demands on water systems with a supposed goal of reducing impacts to streams and improving streamflow for aquatic creatures,'' Mr.
A nonlinear time series analysis using two-stage genetic algorithms for streamflow forecasting.
Visuals help show that lower streamflow in the summer can contribute to higher concentrations of sodium chloride, which seems counterintuitive at first.
Sediment loads reduce dam capacity in downstream nations, necessitating major expenditures for annual dredging, while decreased soil water-holding capacity results in more flashy and unreliable streamflow in the Nile.
These ecosystems conserve more water as the climate warms, keeping streamflow within expected bounds," Jones explained.
Mark Walton, a National Weather Service hydrologist in Michigan about recent cuts in funding for streamflow gauges used in forecasting floods, in Stateline.
The higher phosphorus concentrations were found in shallow ground water along the waterways--and if ground-water levels rose enough to produce overland flows that contribute to streamflow, the phosphorus concentrations were high enough to threaten local water quality.
Bravo et al [3] reported on the performance of two medium-range streamflow forecast models: a data driven multilayer feed-forward artificial neural network; and a conceptual distributed hydrologic model.