Regression Equations for Estimating Flood Flows at Selected Recurrence Intervals for Ungaged Streams in Pennsylvania

@article{Roland2008RegressionEF,
  title={Regression Equations for Estimating Flood Flows at Selected Recurrence Intervals for Ungaged Streams in Pennsylvania},
  author={M. Roland and Marla H. Stuckey},
  journal={Scientific Investigations Report},
  year={2008}
}
  • M. Roland, Marla H. Stuckey
  • Published 2008
  • Environmental Science
  • Scientific Investigations Report
  • Regression equations were developed for estimating flood flows at selected recurrence intervals for ungaged streams in Pennsylvania with drainage areas less than 2,000 square miles. These equations were developed utilizing peak-flow data from 322 streamflow-gaging stations within Pennsylvania and surrounding states. All stations used in the development of the equations had 10 or more years of record and included active and discontinued continuous-record as well as crest-stage partial-record… CONTINUE READING

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