2 edition of Generalized evaluation of flash-flood potential found in the catalog.
Generalized evaluation of flash-flood potential
Leo R. Beard
by Center for Research in Water Resources, University of Texas at Austin in Austin
Written in English
|Statement||by Leo R. Beard.|
|Series||CRWR-124, Technical report (University of Texas at Austin. Center for Research in Water Resources) -- CRWR-124.|
|The Physical Object|
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|Number of Pages||144|
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[Leo R Beard; United States. National Weather Service.]. In the US, for the flash flood guidance (FFG)-based flash flood warnings and watches issued by National Weather Service (NWS), many studies have focused on derivation of the geomorphological and climatological instantaneous unit hydrograph, estimation of the threshold runoff, development of geographic information system (GIS)-based procedures Cited by: This watershed is known as one of the most affected regions by floods in Iran (Safaripour et al., ), which experienced many tomore than large and small floods occurred in this watershed (Jannati, ).For example, during the flood that occurred on 11 Augustthe Gorganroud discharge reached about m 3, and the width of the river increased from Cited by: While additional flash flood indices have been previously proposed, such as the Flash Flood (FF) Index from Davis () (published in conference proceedings) and the Flash Flood Potential Index (FFPI) from Smith (), the foundation of such indices were developed despite the caveats listed above and therefore have some inherent complications Cited by: It shows the example in the book "Applied Hydrology" by Chow, Maidment, and Mays, example, page The only difference in the sheet that the Horton method is.
The Unified Flash Flood Database released by the Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing (HyDROS) group at the University of Oklahoma is a curated database of flooding information from a variety of sources such as gauge measurements of streamflow by USGS, flash flooding reports in the NWS Storm Events Database, and public survey responses on flash.
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In this study, multiple morphometric parameters effecting runoff volume, flow velocity, and water depth were evaluated for understanding the flash flood susceptibility of thirteen watersheds in SE Bangladesh. The infrastructure and buildings are deliberately shown in a generalized way, as is common with scale maps.
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