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  • Searcy, James K.; Hardison, Clayton H. (1960)
    The double- mass curve is used to check the consistency of many kinds of hydrologic data by comparing date for a single station with that of a pattern composed of the data from several other stations in the area. The ...
  • Martin, R.O.R; Hanson, Ronald L. (U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966)
    This report summarized the storage capacities and related data of reservoirs and controlled natural lakes for the conterminous United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Data are given for all ...
  • Drucker, Harvey (Technical Information Center Energy Research and Development Administration, 1977)
  • Streeter, H.W.; Phelps, Earle B. (U.S. Department of Health, Education, & Welfare, 1958)
  • Searcy, James K. (1960)
    The flow-duration curve is a cumulative curve that shows the percent of time specified discharges were equaled or exceeded during a given period. It combines in one curve the flow characteristics of a stream throughout ...
  • Searcy, James K. (1960)
    A gaging-station record is a sample of the rate of flow of a stream at a given site. This sample can be used to estimate the magnitude and distribution of future flows if the record is long enough to be representative of ...
  • Carter, R. W.; Godfrey, R. G. (1960)
    The basic equations used in flood routing are developed from the law of continuity. In each method the assumptions are discussed to enable the user to select an appropriate technique. In the stage-storage method the ...
  • Langbein, W.B.; Iseri, Kathleen T. (1960)
  • Ichiye, Takashi (Lamont Geological Observatory of Columbia University Palisades, New York, 1965-12)
  • Allen, Herbert E. (U.S. Government Printing Office, 1960)
    This report describes the method used by the U.S. Geological Survey to determine the magnitude and frequency of momentary peak discharges at any place on a stream, whether a gaging-station record is available or not. The ...
  • Hydroscience Inc. Staff (1973-03)
  • Preisendorfer, R.W. (Honolulu : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, 1976)
    In the 5th volume in a set of six volumes of the text on hydrologic optics major emphasis is on the optical properties of the sea that govern the penetration of natural light into its depts.. The stratified light field, ...
  • Harvard University staff (U.S Government Printing Office, 1970-06)
  • Preisendorfer, R.W. (Honolulu : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, 1976)
    This third volume of a set of six volumes of a text on hydrologic optics deals with the theory of light fields and solutions of the equation of transfer. Detailed treatment is given on the subjects of: radiance in transparent ...
  • Preisendorfer, R.W. (Honolulu : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, 1976)
    The first chapter in Volume I in a series of six volumes may serve as a self-contained 'short course' on hydrologic optics. Particular attention is directed toward the three simple models for light fields in natural waters. ...
  • Preisendorfer, R.W. (Honolulu : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, 1976)
    This second volume of a set of six volumes of the text on hydrologic optics deals with foundations: radiometric and photometric concepts and the interaction principle. Detailed treatment is given on: radiant flux; the ...
  • Preisendorfer, R.W. (Honolulu : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, 1976)
    The 4th volume of a set of six volumes of the text on hydrologic optics provides detailed treatment on invariant imbedding techniques for light fields. Subjects presented are: differential equations governing the steady ...
  • Seyb, Les; Randolph, Karen (1977-07)
  • Swietlik, Bill; Taft, James; Romney, Jacqueline; Smith, Kathryn; Cannell, John; Wood, Robert; Pendergast, James; Brandes, Rick; Frace, Sheila; Heber, Magarete; Southerland, Elizabeth; Healy, Richard; Delos, Charles; Banks, Warren; April, Robert (1991-03)

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