2 edition of Hydrologic data found in the catalog.
Hawaii. Division of Water and Land Development.
1972 by State of Hawaii, Dept. of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Water and Land Development in [Honolulu] .
Written in English
|Series||Circular - State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Water and Land Development ; C69|
|LC Classifications||GB832.H4 A43 no. 69, QC925.1.U8 A43 no. 69|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||383 p. :|
|Number of Pages||383|
|LC Control Number||77622068|
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Statistical Analysis of Hydrologic Variables: Analyzed data provide valuable insights into the dynamics of hydrological processes that represent the hydrological cycle. This knowledge is critical for planning successful and efficient water resources projects, as well as environmental systems management alternatives.
This book covers key. Hydrology Handbook serves as a basic reference, providing a thorough, up-to-date guide for hydrologists. Completely revised and rewritten from the edition, this Manual incorporates many of the changes and advances that have occurred, not only in the fundamental understanding of hydrologic systems, but also in data acquisition and.
Long-term monitoring of hydrologic systems – precipitation, streamflow, groundwater levels, water lost through evaporation and so on - and archiving the data thus collected is essential for understanding system behaviour, biological and chemical processes.
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Evaluating long-term changes in river conditions (water quality and discharge) is an important use of hydrologic data. To carry out such evaluations, the hydrologist needs tools to facilitate several key steps in the process: acquiring the data records from a variety of sources, structuring it in ways that facilitate the analysis, processing the data with routines that extract.
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[Frank H Quinn; R N Kelley; Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory,] -- Accurate values of monthly hydrologic data are required for simulation, forecasting, and water resource studies of the Great Lakes and their basins.
This report summarizes the monthly hydrologic data. The primary motivation for this book is to bring together the key ingredients necessary to use GIS to model hydrologic processes, i.e., the spatial and temporal distribution of the inputs and. See Figure in the text book.
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A practitioner of hydrology is called a hydrologist. Hydrologists are scientists studying earth or. The National Weather Service prepares its forecasts and other services in collaboration with agencies like the US Geological Survey, US Bureau of Reclamation, US Army Corps of Engineers, Natural Resource Conservation Service, National Park Service, ALERT Users Group, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and many state and local emergency managers across the country.
Comprehend the need for hydrological data and information, and the roles and functions of National Hydrological Services. Comprehend the activities involved in water resources-related data collection, processing, storage and retrieval. Explain the principles and concepts used in hydrological observing networks and routine data collection.
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Special Advisory Committee on Standards and Specifications for Hydrologic Data.; United States. National Resources Planning Board.]. The hydrologic cycle involves water moving from the surface (most importantly the oceans) to the atmosphere, across the land, and everywhere in between.
Environmental scientists know that the hydrologic cycle includes various processes that change water from solid to liquid to gas form and transport it to every corner of earth’s surface (and below).
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The use of geospatial data from spaceborne sensors and geospatial modeling for hydrologic applications in data-scarce environments are demonstrated. Also discussed is the development of a distributed hydrologic modeling framework with the capability of assimilation of multi-sensor remote sensing data for operational flood forecasting systems.
Probability and Statistics in Hydrology treats probability theory and mathematical statistics as applied to hydrology. Probability theory is presented in a summarized form with emphasis on its use in hydrology.
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