Streamflow Monitoring with Ultrasonic Recordersby L. A. Melroy, Oak Ridge Natl Lab, Environmental, Sciences Div, Oak Ridge, TN, USA,
D. D. Huff, Oak Ridge Natl Lab, Environmental, Sciences Div, Oak Ridge, TN, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Hydraulics and Hydrology in the Small Computer Age
Abstract: In September 1983, four new streamflow monitoring sites were established in a west Chestnut Ridge catchment at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Ultrasonic level/flow recorders were used to monitor the streamflow at these sites. By use of a FROM (functional read only memory), the recorder can operate in a linear or proportional mode. Data are recorded on an EPROM (erasable programmable read only memory) which can later be translated using an Apple IIe microcomputer with an interface card. New computer software was developed for the Apple IIe to meet the specific need of streamflow reporting.
Subject Headings: Streamflow | Ultrasonic methods | Computer software | Professional societies | Catchments | Linear functions | Equipment and machinery | North America | Tennessee | United States
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