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  • n. Plural form of hydrograph.

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  • Holed up in their subterranean lair designed, of course, by Barco, they wait, surveilling seismic monitors, Google Earth imagery, RSS news feeds, global hydrographs and ambient air sensors, until a new geological wound on the surface of the earth calls out for them.

    Giant Guatemalan Sinkhole

  • Streams tend to be less acidic than those of Ecoregion 67h and to have storm hydrographs with higher peaks.

    Ecoregions of Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia (EPA)

  • Streams tend to be less acidic than those of Ecoregion 67c and to have storm hydrographs with more peaks.

    Ecoregions of Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia (EPA)

  • If you follow the AHPS/River Info link on our home page, you can get hydrographs for all of the river points in our area, and below each graph is a list of river stages for that point, and the impact that occurs at each stage (which roads are closed, etc ... etc ...)

    National Weather Service on Flood Threat to Those Downstream

  • Its streams have flashy hydrographs; they experience only a short delay between rainfall and runoff peaks and have low flows during drought and freezing periods.

    Ecoregions of Idaho (EPA)

  • Good agreement between the modeled and measured surge hydrographs in Mobile Bay, Alabama, has been found.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • It is mostly calculated by means of mass curve or hydrographs.

    1. Intake structures

  • - Assessment of water source productivity (pumping test analysis, flow measurements, hydrographs, etc.);

    12. Management of emergency water supply systems

  • While I have been focusing on the Red River hydrographs from the North Central River Forecast Center for Fargo and Grand Forks tracing the river stage and forecast stage, I need to mention that the actual worded forecast was for a crest between 39 feet and 41 feet in Fargo.

    News & Features from Minnesota Public Radio

  • Slide 18: TR55 Method • NRCS simplified procedures for small to midsize urban watersheds to calculate: • Peak discharges • Flood hydrographs • Stormwater storage volumes • Two main procedures • Graphical for peak discharges (tc: 0.1 to 10.0 hrs) • Tabular for flood hydrographs (tc: 0.1 to 2.0 hrs) ENTS Workshop, Humboldt State, August 18, 2008

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