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study of the statistical predictability of stream-runoff in the upper Colorado River basin.

Paul R. Julian

study of the statistical predictability of stream-runoff in the upper Colorado River basin.

by Paul R. Julian

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Published by Upper Colorado River Commission] in Denver? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Runoff -- Colorado River Watershed (Colo.-Mexico),
  • Rain and rainfall -- Colorado River Watershed (Colo.-Mexico),
  • Colorado River Watershed (Colo.-Mexico)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: leaves 96-98.

    Other titlesThe statistical predictability of stream-runoff in the upper Colorado River basin
    SeriesPast and probable future variations in stream flow in the upper Colorado River -- 2
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB1227 C6 J8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 98 leaves.
    Number of Pages98
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14325433M

    Full text of "Selected water resources abstracts" See other formats. Mount St. Helens is an active volcano that hosts glacier ice within its crater. Although the common picture of volcano/glacier interactions is one of rapid meltwater gener-.

    Publications of the Chair of Hydrology: Journal Articles. Books. Book chapters. The decrease of the SPI values in the Sperchios River Basin is expected to be the strongest, as it is the only study area that will show a negative balance (in SPI values), regarding the drought conditions. a study of the Weser river, Germany Isotopes. Investigating the Potential Impacts of Local Climate Change on the Meltwater Supply of a Small, Snow-Fed Mountain River System: A Case Study of the Animas River, Colorado.‖ American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, Projecting Future Local Hydroclimatology for the Animas River Basin, Colorado: A Statistical Downscaling Approach.‖.

    Texas Water Resources Institute Texas Water Journal Volume 2, Number 1, Pages 1–22, August 1. Statistical relations of precipitation and stream runoff for El Niño and La Niña periods. The major floods in the summer of in the upper Mississippi River basin were partly caused by El Nio. Recent floods in California (winters of and ) were also linked to El Nio as the storm track continually brought weather systems onto the west coast of the United States.


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Study of the statistical predictability of stream-runoff in the upper Colorado River basin by Paul R. Julian Download PDF EPUB FB2

Summary and conclusions \/ by Morris E. Garnsey -- 2. A study of the statistical predictability of stream-runoff in the upper Colorado River Basin \/ by Paul R. Julian -- 3.

Some general aspects of fluctuations of annual runoff in the upper Colorado River Basin \/ by Vujica M. Yevdjevich -- 4. the Upper Colorado River, Part IV, Bur. of Economic Research, Univ, of Colorado, Boulder, Colo., October, 1. 8 Julian, P. R., "A Study of the Statistical Predictability of Stream-Runoff in the Upper Colorado River Basin," Past and Probable Future Variations in Stream Flow in.

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