3 edition of Hydrologic modeling for the arid southwest United States found in the catalog.
Hydrologic modeling for the arid southwest United States
Theodore V. Hromadka
|Statement||Theodore V. Hromadka II.|
|LC Classifications||GB656.2.H9 H76 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 222 p. :|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||93080553|
During the last two decades, research efforts and networking have enhanced the state of knowledge about arid and semi-arid areas, especially watershed and catchment systems. Pulling this information together into a comprehensive resource, this book provides a better understanding of wadi hydrology, capacity-building processes, water education. In his map, Powell made the case that the “Arid Region” of the United States by organized by preserving (and indeed asserting) the integrity of its watersheds, in ways that recall the Hydrologic Unit Codes–HUC’s–and proposed a model for conceiving the West not in terms of “public lands” that could be claimed by settlement.
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A modeling analysis of runoff and ground-water recharge for the arid and semiarid southwestern United States was performed to investigate the interactions of climate and other controlling factors and to place the eight study-site investigations into a regional context. A distributed-parameter water-balance model (the Basin Characterization. The Southwestern United States, also known as the American Southwest, Desert Southwest, or simply the Southwest, is the informal name for a region of the western United tions of the region's boundaries vary a great deal and have never been standardized, though many boundaries have been proposed. For example, one definition includes the stretch from the Country: United States.
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Hydrologic Runoff Models for the Arid Southwest United States. Recently, hydrologic study criteria manuals (or hydrology manuals) were prepared for the arid southwest regions of Clark County (Las Vegas vicinity, Nevada), Maricopa County (Phoenix vicinity, Arizona), and Kern County, California.
Other hydrology manuals pertaining to the arid southwest have been prepared by Author: Theodore V. Hromadka. Lighthouse PWlicatioos Hydrologic Modeling for the Arid Southwest United States Theodore V. Hromadka II Professor, School of Natural Science and Mathematics, California State University, Fullerton, and Senior Managing Engineer, Failure Analysis Associates, Inc.©.
Hydrologic Modeling for the Arid Southwest United States Preface During andthe California county of San Bernardino (Department of Transportation and Flood Control) funded a comprehensive study of and hydrology methods and stormflow estimation procedures used in the southwest United States.
Geographic characteristics of the arid southwest pose many challenges to hydrologic development in Arizona. Theoretical findings were applied and presented in a case study of the Santan Watershed, including desert and steep mountainous terrain.
HEC-HMS was used to develop multiple hydrologic models for different terrain within the Santan Watershed. Download Individual Chapters.
Professional Paperfront material: This file contains the covers, title pages, Foreward, Acknowledgments, Volume Contents, and Conversion Factors (pp_front; MB).pdf. Professional Paper A: David A. Stonestrom and James R.
Harrill, Ground-Water Recharge in the Arid and Semiarid Southwestern United. Remote sensing for hydrologic modeling 2 GIS and DEM for hydrologic modeling 2 Assessment of climate change impacts 3 Organization of the book 4 2 Hydrologic modeling for ﬂoods 5 Introduction 5 Estimation of ﬂood peak discharge 6 Intensity–duration–frequency relationship 10 Flood routing 12File Size: KB.
Hydrologic modeling for the arid southwest United States Paperback $ by Theodore V. Hromadka II, Robert J. Whitley Hydrologic modeling. The following books are now available from Lighthouse Publications: Estimating Debris Volumes for Flood Control.
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streams in the northeastern United States: Proceedings of the Joint Federal Interagency Conference, Book of Abstracts, 3rd Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference and 8th Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, Reno, Nevada, April, p. Miller, S.J., and D.
Davis. The data to develop time variable models in arid, urbanized environments is sparse but necessary to develop accurate time variable watershed models. In this study, stormwater runoff data was collected from individual land use areas in to estimate the flows and volumetric loads of the Santa Monica Bay (SMB) watershed.
Part 5 treats remote sensing and geographic information system (GIS) applications to different hydrologic problems. Watershed runoff and floods are discussed in Part 6, encompassing hydraulic, experimental, and theoretical aspects. Water modeling constitutes the. These hydrologic budget imbalances have been observed or inferred in nearly every arid region including: the southwestern United States (Belcher et al., ;Kafri et al.,Love et al.
AghaKouchak A., Sorooshian S., Hsu K., Gao X.,The Potential of Precipitation Remote Sensing for Water Resources Vulnerability Assessment in Arid Southwestern United States, Invited Book Chapter in: Climate Vulnerability: Understanding and Addressing Threats to Essential Resources - Water Encyclopedia (eds.
Hossain and Pielke), Elsevier. Improving Hydrologic Modeling for Climate Impact Assessments The challenge: Management decisions about our nation’s water resources are made against a backdrop of uncertainty.
Uncertainty about water supply and demand affects both short-range operational decisions and long-range planning. Risk-based operations and planning methods require. Review of Ordinary High Water Mark Indicators for Delineating Arid Streams in the Southwestern United States Article January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The use of a hybrid statistical, GIS, and process-based model to estimate nutrient fluxes in unmonitored streams throughout the conterminous United use of a hybrid statistical / GIS model to estimate pesticide concentrations for unmonitored streams throughout the conterminous United use of a process-based model to help understand sources of.
Southwest Hydrology Magazine is the trade magazine created to inform and connect the water communities of the semi-arid and arid Southwest. Southwest Hydrology is written by and for consultants, regulators, researchers, water managers, lawyers, policymakers, and all the people in industry who work with water issues in semi-arid regions.
GROUND WATER RECHARGE IN THE ARID AND SEMIARID SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES Download Ground Water Recharge In The Arid And Semiarid Southwestern United States ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to GROUND WATER RECHARGE IN THE ARID AND SEMIARID SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES book. The HUMUS project (or Hydrologic Unit Modeling of the United States) is a project that was funded by the Natural Resources Conservation Service to model the non-point source loading from 8-digit hydrologic unit cataloging units.
History. Most of the project activity took place from –, and work continues to this day through the. In arid and semiarid regions the problem is exacerbated by extremely small recharge fluxes that are highly variable in space and time.
--from the Preface Groundwater Recharge in a Desert Environment: The Southwestern United States speaks to these issues by presenting new interpretations and research after more than two decades of discipline. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water Resources Division A SUMMARY OF METHODS FOR THE COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS OF BASIC HYDROLOGIC DATA FOR ARID REGIONS By s.
E. Rantz and T. E. Eakin Prepared in cooperation with the California Department of Water Resources OPEN-FILE REPORT 7}-JoSCited by: 5.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 28 cm.
Contents: Introduction and overview / Fred M. Phillips, James F. Hogan, and Bridget R. Scanlon --Hydrologic processes in deep vadose zones in interdrainage arid environments / Michelle A. Walvoord and Bridget R.
Scanlon - .Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Water Science and Application Series, Volume 9. Groundwater recharge, the flux of water across the water table, is arguably the most difficult component of the hydrologic cycle to measure.
In arid and semiarid regions the problem is exacerbated by extremely small recharge fluxes that are highly variable in space .