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Geological Survey USGS periodically publishes streamflow statistics, such as flood-frequency, flow-duration, and mean annual streamflow statistics, for gaged sites with long-term record. Regionalized regression methods recently have been developed for estimating many of these streamflow statistics at ungaged sites as a function of measured physical and climatic drainage basin Developed by the U.

Accurate estimates of flood frequency and magnitude are a key component of any effective nationwide flood risk management and flood damage abatement program. Streambank erosion in areas of past glacial deposition has been shown to be a dominant source of sediment to streams. Water resource managers are faced with the challenge of developing long and short term emergency stream restoration efforts that rely on the most suitable channel geometry for project design.

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Streamflow statistics are needed by decision makers for many planning, management, and design activities. In , non-interpretive streamflow statistics were A study was done by the U. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Kansas Department of Transportation and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to develop regression models to estimate peak streamflows of annual exceedance probabilities of 50, 20, 10, 4, 2, 1, 0. Peak streamflow frequency Heavy rainfall occurred across Louisiana and southwestern Mississippi in August as a result of a slow-moving area of low pressure and a high amount of atmospheric moisture.

The storm caused major flooding in the southern portions of Louisiana including areas surrounding Baton Rouge and Lafayette.

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Flooding occurred along the rivers such as the Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, developed regional regression equations for estimating selected low-flow frequency and mean annual flow statistics for ungaged streams in north Georgia that are not substantially affected by regulation, diversions, or A statewide study was conducted to develop regression equations for estimating six selected low-flow frequency statistics and harmonic mean flows for ungaged stream sites in Iowa.

The estimation equations developed for the six low-flow frequency statistics include: the annual 1-, 7-, and day mean low flows for a recurrence interval of 10 years Information on low-flow characteristics of streams is essential for the management of water resources. This report provides equations for estimating the 1-, 7-, and day mean low flows for a recurrence interval of 10 years and the harmonic-mean flow at ungaged, unregulated stream sites in Indiana.

These equations were developed using the low An investigation into the magnitude and frequency of floods in Washington State computed the annual exceedance probability AEP statistics for U. Geological Survey unregulated streamgages in and near the borders of Washington using the recorded annual peak flows through water year This is an updated report from a previous report A statewide study was led to develop regression equations for estimating three selected spring and three selected fall low-flow frequency statistics for ungaged stream sites in Iowa.

The estimation equations developed for the six low-flow frequency statistics include spring April through June 1-, 7-, and day mean low flows for a recurrence Geological Survey USGS , in cooperation with the Colorado Department of Transportation, developed regional-regression equations for estimating the , , , 4-, 2-, 1-, 0. A total of streamgages, consisting of 6, years of Information concerning the low-flow characteristics of streams is especially important during critical flow periods, such as during the historic droughts that South The StreamStats application uses data web services that were created for it.

When in use, the application manages interactions between the user and the services. This tool produces shapefiles that contain the delineated basins, basin characteristics, and flow statistics for multiple sites requested at once by users. Before this tool can be used, the the points of interest will likely need to be edited in GIS so that they are coincident with the stream grid used by StreamStats for delineations and saved to a shapefile. Search Search. Water Resources. StreamStats Application Access application. Raindrop Trace.

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Upstream Network Trace. Science Center Objects Overview Results Related Science Publications Data and Tools Multimedia News StreamStats provides access to spatial analytical tools that are useful for water-resources planning and management, and for engineering and design purposes. StreamStats Application StreamStats is a Web application that provides access to an assortment of Geographic Information Systems GIS analytical tools that are useful for water-resources planning and management, and for engineering and design purposes.

StreamStats Documentation Users should familiarize themselves with StreamStats documentation before trying to use the application. Computer Society Press: Ries, K. Guthrie, J. Dartiguenave, Christine, and Ries, K. Below are other science projects associated with StreamStats. Filter Total Items: Year Select Year Apply Filter.

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Date published: July 16, Attribution: Water Resources. Date published: December 15, Contacts: Michael S Kohn, P. Attribution: Colorado Water Science Center. Date published: March 27, Date published: September 22, Contacts: Christopher Gazoorian. Date published: May 30, Attribution: Alaska Science Center. Date published: September 1, Contacts: Aaron L Pugh. Date published: June 20, Contacts: Anne C Tillery. Date published: August 29, Contacts: Ryan F Thompson. Date published: November 1, Contacts: Tara A Gross. Date published: April 13, Contacts: S.

Jerrod Smith. Attribution: Oklahoma Water Science Center. Below are publications associated with StreamStats. Ries, Kernell G. View Citation. Geological Survey Fact —, 4 p. Year Published: Guidelines for determining flood flow frequency—Bulletin 17C Accurate estimates of flood frequency and magnitude are a key component of any effective nationwide flood risk management and flood damage abatement program.

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England, John F. England, J. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods, book 4, chap. B5, p. Year Published: Comparison of regression relations of bankfull discharge and channel geometry for the glaciated and nonglaciated settings of Pennsylvania and southern New York Streambank erosion in areas of past glacial deposition has been shown to be a dominant source of sediment to streams.

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Clune, John W. Clune, J. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report —, 20 p. Year Published: Compilation of streamflow statistics calculated from daily mean streamflow data collected during water years — for selected U. Geological Survey streamgages Streamflow statistics are needed by decision makers for many planning, management, and design activities. Granato, Gregory E. Granato G. Geological Survey streamgages: U.

Geological Survey Open-File Report —, 17 p. Year Published: Methods for estimating annual exceedance-probability streamflows for streams in Kansas based on data through water year A study was done by the U. Painter, Colin C. Painter, C. Year Published: Characterization of peak streamflows and flood inundation of selected areas in Louisiana from the August flood Heavy rainfall occurred across Louisiana and southwestern Mississippi in August as a result of a slow-moving area of low pressure and a high amount of atmospheric moisture.

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