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Simulation of storm runoff in the Oregon Coast Range
Mark A Fedora
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Available from Printed Materials Distribution Section, BLM Service Center, National Technical Information Service in Denver, CO, Springfield, VA
Written in English
|Statement||Mark A. Fedora|
|Series||BLM technical note 378, Technical note (United States. Bureau of Land Management) -- 378|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State University. Dept. of Forest Engineering|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
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Simulation of storm hydrographs in the Oregon Coast Range was explored using the Soil Conservation Service (SCS) curve number methodology, and by developing and testing an antecedent precipitation index (API) method. Standard SCS procedures over-estimated peak discharge by about a factor of two (i.e., average over-prediction of percent).Cited by: 8.
Get this from a library. Simulation of storm runoff in the Oregon Coast Range. [Mark A Fedora; United States. Bureau of Land Management.; Oregon State University.
Department of Forest Engineering.]. SIMULATION OF STORM RUNOFF IN THE OREGON COAST RANGE INTRODtJCTI ON Problem Statement Timber and fisheries resources account for much of the economic development of Oregon's coastal region and both industries are influenced by the quantity and timing of runoff from storms.
For example, high flow events can be very destructive to forest. An antecedent precipitation index (API) model for predicting storm runoff was developed for use in the Oregon Coast Range, U.S.A.
A coefficient K, derived from recession analysis of storm hydrographs, was used to decay over time the effects of antecedent precipitation upon runoff. Linear regression was then used to establish a relationship between calculated API values and Cited by: The SCS runoff curve number method is not recommended for estimation of peak discharge nor simulation of storm hydrographs in Oregon's Coast Range.
A simple rainfall-runoff model, was developed, which requires only precipitation and watershed area as inputs.\ud An antecedent precipitation index (API) was developed by decaying the residual effects of precipitation. An antecedent precipitation index (API) model for predicting storm runoff was developed for use in the Oregon Coast Range, U.S.A.A coefficient K, derived from recession analysis of storm hydrographs, was used to decay over time the effects of antecedent precipitation upon regression was then used to establish a relationship between calculated API Cited by: Absolute errors in peak flow and storm-runoff volume estimates, compared to observed values, for the test watershed averaged 18 and 21%, respectively; average.
Simulation of Storm Runoff in the Oregon Coast Range Fedora 09/ BLM Technical Note Locating Sharp-tailed Grouse Leks from Color Infrared Aerial Photography Grensten 07/ BLM Technical Note Regional Risk Identification Analysis Applicable to Resource Development H2S-Contaminated Natural Gas Fields in Southwest Wyoming Riebau 03/ Storm Sewer and Drainage Study - April - Lane County Kellog - Mt.
Scott Creeks Watershed - July Flood Plains - Various Books Patterns of Runoff in The Willamette Basin - Clackamas County - Kellog Creek Storm Drainage - March Floodplain Info., Milwaukie, Oak Grove, Lake Oswego - May Soil moisture plays a key role in land-atmosphere interaction systems.
Although it can be estimated through in situ measurements, satellite remote sensing, and hydrological modelling, using indicators to index soil moisture conditions is another useful way. In this study, one of these indicators, the antecedent precipitation index (API), is by: 1.
REFERENCES Abulohom M.S., Shah, S.M.S. and Ghumman, A.R. Development of a Rainfall-Runoff Model, its Calibration and Validation. Changes in storm hydrographs after road building, clear‐cutting, and burning were determined for six small watersheds in the Oregon Coast Range.
Peak flows were increased significantly after road building, but only when roads occupied at least 12% of the watershed. Roads had no detectable effect on volumes of storm by: Estimating Storm Water Runoff Instructor: John Poullain, PE PDH Online | PDH Center Meadow Estates Drive Fairfax, VA Phone & Fax: An Approved Continuing Education ProviderFile Size: 1MB.
A linear regression of total storm runoff as a function of rainfall amount would represent a black-box output model for peakflow simulation that is based on antecedent precipitation concepts.
Application, of the an Oregon Coast Range stream, USA. The slope of the regression line is for data collected. Reduction in the infiltration capacity of forest roads can also occur as a result of compaction by heavy equipment ().
Rainfall simulator measurements of infiltration capacity of forest roads in the central Oregon Coast Range were reported to range from to. Journal of Hydrology, 65 () 25 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands RELATION OF FIELD STUDIES AND MODELING IN THE PREDICTION OF STORM RUNOFF THOMAS DUNNE Department of Geological Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (U.S.A.) (Accepted for publication J ) ABSTRACT Cited by: NAME dr3m - Distributed Routing Rainfall-Runoff Model--version II ABSTRACT DR3M is a watershed model for routing storm runoff through a Branched system of pipes and (or) natural channels using rainfall as input.
DR3M provides detailed simulation of storm-runoff periods selected by the user. There is daily soil-moisture accounting between storms.
Use of a Precipitation-Runoff Model for Simulating Effects of Forest Management on Streamflow in 11 Small Drainage Basins, Oregon Coast Range By John C. Risley Abstract The Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) model of the U.S.
Geological Survey wasCited by: 7. An approach to estimate the rate of storm runoff based on an intensity-runoff relationship; Q=CIA. C is the coefficient describing runoff potential of an area, I is the rainfall intensity during the core time of concentration, and A is the drainage or watershed area.
We test our model, in a landslide-prone study area near the Mettman Ridge in the Oregon Coast Range (CB-MR), USA, where a decade-long inventory of rainfall-triggered shallow landslides is. Clearcutting the basin by percent, concurrent with access roads covering 5 percent of the basin, increased total runoff by 8 percent and increased storm volume by 6 percent.
No additional clearcutting, concurrent with access roads covering 12 percent of the basin, increased storm-peak magnitude by 14 by: 4.in total storm flow at the outlet of the large basin would be, at most, only about 1% in any given year.
For a rota- tion of 50 years, the maximum increase in total storm flow at the outlet would be about 2%. These examples are, of course, oversimplified.
water flowing from various clear-cuttings of different ages. Winter storm on the Oregon Coast, DecemberWinds mph with gusts mph. 2+ inches of rain in a 24 hour period.
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