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View Resource Standard Guideline for Fitting Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity Using Probability Density Functions and Standard Guideline for Calculating the Effective Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity

Library Holdings. ASCE/EWRI Standard 50-08 provides current guidelines for fitting saturated hydraulic conductivity using probability density functions. Standard ASCE/EWRI 51-08 addresses the...

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View Resource What Is Ground Water

As water seeps into the ground, some of it clings to particles of soil or to roots of plants just below the land surface. This moisture provides plants with the water they need to grow. Water not...

http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/1993/ofr93-643/
View Resource Treatment System Hydraulics

Library Holdings. Treatment System Hydraulics addresses the nuts-and-bolts of treatment systems, examining typical variables and describing methods for solving the problems faced by practitioners...

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View Resource Summary of Annual Mean and Annual Harmonic Mean Statistics of Daily Mean Streamflow for 620 U.S. Geological Survey Streamflow-Gaging Stations in Texas Through Water Year 2007

Analysts and managers of surface-water resources have interest in annual mean and annual harmonic mean statistics of daily mean streamflow for U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) streamflow-gaging stations...

http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/372/
View Resource Generalized Skew Coefficients of Annual Peak Flows for Rural, Unregulated Streams in West Virginia

Generalized skew was determined from analysis of records from 147 streamflow-gaging stations in or near West Virginia. The analysis followed guidelines established by the Interagency Advisory...

http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2008/1304/
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