High Streamflow Behaviors in the Ohio River Basin

by Tiao Jen Chang, Ohio Univ, Dep of Civil Engineering, Athens, OH, USA,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Water for Resource Development

Abstract: The intensity function, which describes the severity of the flood occurrences, is a critical factor in flood control and reservoir operation. It is found that the occurrence rates of high streamflows in the region appear to have a one-year cycle while a decreasing trend interestingly happens to several stations investigated. A proposed equation works very well in fitting the intensity function.

Subject Headings: Streamflow | Basins | Rivers and streams | Floods | Reservoirs | Two-dimensional flow | Hydrology | Wells (water) | Ohio River

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