History and development of the NRCS lag time equation

@inproceedings{Folmar2007HistoryAD,
  title={History and development of the NRCS lag time equation},
  author={Norman D. Folmar and Andrew Craig Miller and Donald E. Woodward},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract:  Many of the hydrologic methods that are used in engineering practice today resulted from the Spring Flood of 1936, which blanketed the Northeastern portion of the United States. Because of the flood damage that was caused by this rainfall-snowmelt event, many federal agencies including the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers and the Soil Conservation Service (SCS) implemented the hydrologic theories that were available in the literature at this time and developed hydrologic procedures for… CONTINUE READING

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