Huxtable Pumping Plant Interior Flood Hydrology

Occurrence Times of Runoff Peaks in Israel

Probable Maximum Precipitation Storm Isohyetal Orientation Reduction Factors

Normalizing Rainfall/Debris-Flow Thresholds Along the U. S. Pacific Coast for Long-Term Variations in Preciptation Climate

Policy and Engineering Decision-making under Global Change: Case of the Upper Rio Grande River Basin

Estimation of the Probable Maximum Rainfall and Snowmelt Floods Via Physically Based Model of River Runoff Generation
Disastrous floods can be caused by unusual combinations of hydrometeorological factors and river basin conditions that have not been observed during a long observation period. The physically-based...

The Part of Precipitation in Some Ecological Problems of the Dnister Basin
The purpose of the present paper is to study the peculiarity of precipitation falling in the Dnister basin, their distribution on territory, and research of several year's precipitation...

The Timberlake Dam Failure: A Hydrometeorological Assessment
Extremely heavy rainfall over the Timberlake basin in southwest Virginia on 23 June 1995 caused an earthen dam to fail and resulted in fatalities. The meteorological conditions are examined...

Water Management Aspects of Southeastern Flood of 1994

Operational Interactive Hydrologic Forecasting with the National Weather Service River Forecast System
The National Weather Service River Forecast System (NWSRFS) consists of several major hydrometeorologic subcomponents to model the physics of the flow of water through the hydrologic cycle....

Coast Dynamics and Coast-Protective Measures on the Crimean Black Sea Coast
The main data on hydro- and lithodynamics of the Crimean Black Sea coast are presented. The principal coast-protecting measures are described as used on various coast sections. The construction...

Bayesian Decision Principles for Flood Warnings
A Bayesian theory of flood warning systems has been formulated. The theory offers principles for mathematical modeling of warning systems. The objectives of modeling are (i) to find the...

Planning and Implementing a Wide Area Flood Warning System: The IFLOWS Experience
The Integrated Flood Observing and Warning System (IFLOWS) is an interactive hydrometeorological data collection and processing system. It consists of three major subsystems; data acquisition,...

Probability of Extreme Precipitation by Months
Daily rainfall records during the months of October through April at rainfall gaging stations near the Kings River drainage basin in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of central California were...

Experiences of the U.S. Army Engineer District, Pittsburgh in Collecting Real-Time Water Control Data
As a result of an ever increasing need to optimize water use, 'Reservoir Regulation' has evolved into what is now known as 'Water Control Management'. In addition to the flood control...

Wilderness Hydrometeorological Study in the Colorado River Basin: A Case Study in Natural Resource Conflict Resolution
This paper describes the formation and progress of the Interagency Committee on Wilderness Hydrometeorological Data Collection (ICWHDC). It highlights how the ICWHDC is attempting to resolve...

Modeling Streamflow Response from Minnesota Peatlands
A deterministic, continuous simulation model was developed to predict the effects of peatland development on streamflow. The Peatland Hydrologic Impact Model is largely physically based...

Microcomputer Applications—Halifax Urban Watersheds

New England Division, Corps of Engineers Data Acquisition, Management, and Use Program

Myths and Uses of Hydrometeorology in Forecasting

 

 

 

 

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