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Streamflow statistics and drainage-basin characteristics for the Puget Sound Region, Washington
Williams, John R.
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch in Tacoma, Wash, Lakewood, Colo
Written in English
|Other titles||Western and southern Puget Sound, Eastern Puget Sound from Seattle to the Canadian border|
|Statement||by J.R. Williams, H.E. Pearson, and J.D. Wilson|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 84-144-A-B|
|Contributions||Pearson, Harold E, Wilson, J. D. 1942-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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Streamflow statistics and drainage-basin characteristics for the Puget Sound region, Washington; Volume 1, Western and southern Puget Sound Open-File Report A.
Streamflow statistics and drainage-basin characteristics for the Puget Sound region, Washington; Volume 2, Eastern Puget Sound from Seattle to the Canadian border Open-File Report B. Get this from a library. Streamflow statistics and drainage-basin characteristics for the Puget Sound Region, Washington.
Volume II, Eastern Puget Sound from Seattle to the Canadian border. [John R Williams; H E Pearson; J D Wilson; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Streamflow statistics and drainage-basin characteristics for the Puget Sound Region, Washington [microform] / by J.R.
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THE PUGET SOUND REGION, WASHINGTON By F. Hidaka ABSTRACT Periods of low streamflow are usually the most critical factor in relation to most water uses. The purpose of this report is to present data on low-flow characteristics of streams in the Puget Sound region, Washington, and to briefly explain some of the factorsCited by: 1.
Streamflow Statistics and Drainage-Basin Characteristics for the Puget Sound Region, Washington, Vol. I: Western and Southern Puget Sound. Open File Rep. A, US Geological Survey, Tacoma, by: StreamStats is a Web-based tool that provides streamflow statistics, drainage-basin characteristics, and other information for USGS streamgaging stations and for user-selected ungaged sites on streams.
When users select the location of a streamgaging station, StreamStats provides previously published information from a database. SEASONAL AND REGIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF U.S.
STREAMFLOW TRENDS IN THE UNITED STATES FROM TO Harry F. Lins and James R. Slack U.S. Geological Survey National Center Reston, Virginia Abstract: J.
Mather () observed that ru noff (streamflow) constitutes a significant phase of the hydrologic cycle. PDF | In the Puget Sound, the early settlement started in the mids. Since then population has increased by 17 times.
Now, about 70% of Washington | Find, read and cite all the research you. Statewide Streamflow Table. The USGS collects data continuously at almost streamflow, reservoir, water-quality, meteorological and groundwater sites in Washington State.
Most of these data are transmitted via satellite and posted on-line in near real time. Current Conditions for Washington: Streamflow -- site(s) found PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION Lists of, maps for, and information about real. Synthesis of current measurements in Puget Sound, Washington [microform] U.S.
Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service Rockville, Md Australian/Harvard Citation. Cox, Jeffrey M. & United States.
National Ocean Service. b, Streamflow statistics and drainage-basin=20 characteristics for the Puget Sound region, Washington, Volume II, = Eastern Puget=20 Sound from Seattle to the Canadian border: U.S.
Geological Survey = Open-File=20 Report B, p.=20 Return=20 to the top= Streamflow statistics for gaged streams and methods for estimating those statistics for ungaged streams are used by water resource planners and managers for designing infrastructure, managing floodplains, and protecting life, property, and aquatic resources.
Content page for USGS CircularWater Quality in the Puget Sound Basin, Washington and British Columbia, –98 STUDY UNIT DESIGN The Puget Sound Basin study was designed to address local and national goals of providing widely comparable water-quality data focused on stream chemistry, stream ecology, and ground-water chemistry.
The Puget Sound watershed characterization project covers the entire Puget Sound drainage area — from the Olympic Mountains to the Cascades. It identifies the most important areas, across the entire Sound and within each of the 19 Water Resource Inventory Areas (WRIAs), to protect and restore, and those areas more suitable for development.
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See examination of climate modes effects on streamflow in Georgia-Puget Sound Region (Gulf Island NP) (Fleming et al., ). There are local differences in the magnitude of sea level change due. Introduction to the Water Flow Assessment for Puget Sound Page 1 Introduction Local governments need to develop land use plans, designations, regulations, and development standards based on watershed information.
The Puget Sound watershed characterization project provides this information for planners in Puget Sound.Vol. II. Eastern Puget Sound from Seattle to the Canadian Border. USGS Open-File Report B. Tacoma, WA.
Williams, J. R., and H. E. Pearson. Streamflow statistics and drainage basin characteristics for the Southwestern and Eastern Regions, Washington.
Vol. I. Southwestern Washington. USGS Open-file Report A. Tacoma, WA. Daily Data for Washington: Streamflow -- site(s) found. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION Predefined displays Group table by. Select sites by number or name. Customize table to display other current-condition parameters.
Station Number Station name Daily mean stream-flow (ft3/s) 5/24 Daily mean stream-flow (ft3/s) 5/