Recession characteristics of Iowa streams.

by Joseph Warner Howe

Publisher: University of Iowa in [Iowa City

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      Completion report of project no. A-004-IA, Iowa State Water Resources Research Institute, June 30, 1968. The project was conducted in the Dept. of Mechanics and Hydraulics, University of Iowa.

      StatementJ. W. Howe, chief investigator.
      SeriesThe University of Iowa studies in engineering, bulletin 43, Studies in engineering (Iowa City, Iowa) ;, bulletin 43.
      ContributionsIowa. University. Dept. of Mechanics and Hydraulics., Iowa State Water Resources Research Institute.
      LC ClassificationsGB1225.I8 H58
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p.
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5638499M
      LC Control Number68066743

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Get this from a library. Recession characteristics of Iowa streams. [Joseph Warner Howe; University of Iowa. Department of Mechanics and Hydraulics.; Iowa State Water Resources Research Institute.]. Digital Repository. It has been accepted for inclusion in Retrospective Theses and Dissertations by an authorized administrator of Iowa State University Digital Repository.

For more information, please [email protected] Recommended Citation Raaii, Ahmad Ali, "Modeling recession and low flow characteristics of Iowa streams " ().Author: Ahmad Ali Raaii. Recession Characteristics of Iowa Streams. Howe, Principal Investigator. Synopsis. The behavior of Iowa streams in low-water periods during the crop- growing season, May to September inclusive, is herein determined.

The flow records in all such periods of ten days or more in length were first analyzed to determine the recession constants. Recession characteristics of Iowa streams.

Authors. Joseph Warner Howe. Files. Download. Download Full Text ( MB) Bulletin. Publication Date. Publisher. University of Iowa. City. Iowa City. Total Pages. Comments. Completion report of project no.

AIA, Iowa State Water Resources Research Institute, J The project Cited by: 1. Available mean daily streamflow data from gaging stations were initially analyzed to characterize recessions and low flows of Iowa streams.

The period of record varies between 10 and years for different stations. A computerized mathematical model was used to derive two master recession curves (MRC's)--one for winter and the other for summer--and to calculate Author: Ahmad Ali Raaii. We analyzed recession curves that were observed over the period from early May to late September Recession characteristics of Iowa streams.

book at 25 USGS stream gauges in the Iowa and Cedar River basins in Iowa, USA (Fig. 1 and Table 1).The corresponding drainage areas at the gauge Recession characteristics of Iowa streams. book range from ∼70 to 17, km gauges are free from reservoir regulations and notable water.

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The margin on new books is often less than 5 percent. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. [1] The base flow recession constant, K b, is used to characterize the interaction of groundwater and surface water tion of K b is critical in many studies including rainfall‐runoff modeling, estimation of low flow statistics at ungaged locations, and base flow separation methods.

The performance of several estimators of K b are compared, including several new. Base-flow recession. curves for the summer months (June through September) were developed in this study for gaging stations on interior Iowa streams having five or more years of record.

The tabulated data enables the user, starting with a known base flow at a gage, to estimate base flows for up to 20 days in the future. Rainfall during the period o£ the forecast will require that a new. Regarding the correlation between active stream networks and stream recession flow characteristics, we developed a new method to estimate the ASNL, under different wetness conditions, of a.

All Iowa trout streams, more thanare located in nine northeastern counties, roughly east of the Cedar River and north of the Cedar Rapids and Maquoketa.

Most coldwater streams are in private ownership, with trout fishing allowed by public access agreements between the Department of Natural Resources and the landowners. The United States Geological Survey has a number of stream gages located throughout Iowa. These estimate stream levels, discharges and record them over time.

This data is published on the web and many stations allow users to plot custom graphs. Get updated Iowa river and stream levels from USGS here. Book 4, Chapter A3, N. and T emimi, M.: Stream recession c urves a nd storage variability in small watersheds, Modeling recession an d low flow characteristics of Iowa streams.

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Johnson, David D. Susong, David M. Wolock, A new approach for continuous estimation of baseflow using discrete water quality data: Method description and comparison with baseflow estimates from two existing approaches, Journal of Hydrology, CrossRef; 2 Erick Carlier, Jamal El Khattabi, A Probabilistic Approach for Spring Recession.

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources uses benthic macroinvertebrate and fish sampling data to assess stream biological condition and the support status of designated aquatic life uses (Wilton ; IDNR ). Stream physical habitat data assist with the interpretation of biological sampling results by quantifying important physical characteristics that influence a stream’s.

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Geographical and historical treatment of Iowa, including maps and a survey of its people, economy, and government. Its landscapes are transitional between the forests of the east and the grasslands of the high plains to the west. The Mississippi and Missouri Rivers define its borders in the east and west, respectively.

Assessment Program (REMAP) probabilistic survey of Iowa’s perennial streams were used extensively for these purposes.

The project incorporated sampling for water quality parameters with sampling of biological assemblages (fish and macroinvertebrates) and stream habitat characteristics. To offset some of the natural characteristics of Iowa’s streams that affect the composition of fish communities, the fish and stream data were divided into six categories.

First, the state was broken into its two major drainage basins, the Mississippi and. Estimating design-flood discharges for streams in Iowa using drainage-basin and channel-geometry characteristics.

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