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Generalized skew coefficients for flood-frequency analysis in Minnesota
D. L. Lorenz
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Mounds View, Minn, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Other titles||Generalized skew coefficients for flood frequency analysis in Minnesota.|
|Statement||by D.L. Lorenz ; prepared in cooperation with the Minnesota Department of Transportation.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 97-4089.|
|Contributions||Minnesota. Dept. of Transportation., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
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The estimation of the generalized skew is performed by the flood-frequency analyst. The discussion in this section concerns BulletinB guidelines for development of appropriate generalized-skew coefficients for flood-frequency analysis.
The following discussion is modified from Bulletin 17B (p. User’s Manual for Program PeakFQ, Annual Flood-Frequency Analysis Using Bulletin 17B Guidelines By Kathleen M. Flynn, William H. Kirby, and Paul R. Hummel Chapter 4 of Book 4, Section B Techniques and Methods 4-B4 U.S.
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Generalized skew coefficients for flood-frequency analysis in Minnesota Mounds View, Minn Techniques for Estimating Peak Flow on Small Streams in Minnesota A. SIRFlood-Frequency Estimates for Streams on Kaua'i, O'ahu, Moloka'i, Maui, and Hawai'i, State of Hawai'i; SIRMedian and Low-Flow Characteristics for Streams Under Natural and Diverted Conditions, Northeast Maui, Hawaii; WRIRAnalysis of streamflow characteristics for streams on the island of Tutuila, American Samoa.
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Browse all of the USGS publications warehouse by following a link tree. Skip to main content. An official website of the United States government Browse the USGS Publication Warehouse Generalized skew coefficient for flood frequency computations for the State of Hawaii,Water-Resources Investigations Report The MGBT test identifies the PILFs for special treatment which limits their impact in a flood frequency analysis.
New methods for estimating regional skew and its uncertainty are presented. Skew is a statistical measure that describes the symmetry of the frequency distribution and the value strongly affects flood frequency computations.
Low-flow quantiles at ungauged locations are generally estimated based on hydrological methods, such as the drainage area ratio and frequency analysis methods. In practice, the drainage area ratio approach is a popular but simple linear model.
When hydrologically nonlinear characteristics govern the runoff process, the linear approach leads to significant bias. This study was conducted to Author: Kichul Jung, Eunji Kim, Boosik Kang.
The other set of equations was developed by a spatial analysis. This analysis used generalized least-squares regression to fit the peak discharge quantiles computed from the urbanization-adjusted annual maximum peak discharges from the study watersheds to drainage-basin characteristics.
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In the risk-based design for hydraulic structures, the major task is the evaluation of the annual expected damage costs caused by floods. Due to the use of a limited amount of data in flood frequency analysis, the computed flood magnitude of a specified return period is subject to uncertainty.
Define the Flood Frequency Curve and Apex for A Each Flooding Source Roughness coefficients for use in backwater computations should be carefully estimated by experienced engineers. not necessarily perpendicular to the stream. The exception to this rule is the need to skew a BFE to account for the backwater effects of hydraulic.
Bayesian GLS Analysis of California Regional Skew; Trends in Heavy Rainfalls in the Observed Record in Selected Areas of the U.S. Evaluation of Antecedent Storm Event Characteristics for Different Climatic Regions Based on Interevent Time Definition (IETD) An Example of the Impact that Filled-In Peakflow Data Can Have on Flood Frequency Analysis.
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