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Get this from a library! Factors influencing the occurrence of floods in a humid region of diverse terrain. [M A Benson; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States. Department of the Interior.] -- "A study of the relation of annual peak discharges to many hydrologic factors in New England.". FACTORS AFFECTING THE OCCURRENCE OF FLOODS IN THE SOUTHWEST By M. A. BENSON ABSTRACT This report describes the relations between flood peaks and hydrologic factors in the western Gulf of Mexico basin, a region having a climate that varies from humid to arid and that has large diversities in topography and geology. StatistiCited by: A. Evolution of methods for evaluating the occurrence of floods, by M.A. BensonB. Factors influencing the occurrence of floods in a humid region of diverse terrain, by M.A. BensonC. Effect of reservoir storage on peak flow, by W.D. MitchellD. Factors affecting the occurrence of floods in the Southwest, by M.A. BensonE.A comparison. USGS Surface Water Information "Factors Influencing the Occurrence of Floods in a Humid Region of Diverse Terrain," USGS Water Supply Paper B, Benson, M.A., "Factors Affecting the Occurrence of Floods in the Southwest," USGS Water Supply Paper lD,
Page F - Factors influencing the occurrence of floods in a humid region of diverse terrain: US Geol. Appears in 82 books from Page A - C. Benson, M.A. ‘Factors Influencing the Occurrence of Floods in a Humid Region of Diverse Terrain.’ U.S. Geological Survey Water- Supply Paper B, 62 p. Google Scholar. Factors Affecting the Occurrence of Floods in the Southwest.1 U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper D, 72 p. eBook Packages Springer Book Archive; Buy Author: Wilbert O. Thomas. Climatic and physical factors that influence the homogeneity of regional floods in southeastern Australia Bryson C. Bates Cooperative Research Centre for Catchment Hydrology and CSIRO Land and Water, Wembley, Western Australia, Australia Ataur Rahman, Russell G. Mein, and P. Erwin WeinmannCited by: Generalized least squares (GLS) regional regression procedures have been developed for estimating river flow quantiles. A widely used GLS procedure employs a Cited by:
In this regard, rainfall frequency analysis (RFA) is commonly used to estimate the rainfall rate/volume for a given return period at a given site of interest. As precipitation records are often unavailable at many sites, regional rainfall frequency analysis (RRFA) has become an essential tool for extreme rainfall estimation for these ungauged Cited by: ‘Factors influencing the occurrence of floods in a humid region of diverse terrain’, Water Supply Paper No. , 64pp., U. S. Geological Survey. Google Scholar Cole, G., ’An application of the regional analysis of flood flows’, in Symposium on River Flood Hydrology, 39–57, Institution of Cited by: Estimation of regional floods using a covariance structural model Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Water Resources Journal 23(2) · June with 29 Reads How we measure 'reads'. what are the physical factors that affect flood risk. torrential rainstorms can lead to sudden flash floods a river channels cannot contain the sheer volume of water flowing into them. steady rainfall over several days can also lead to flooding in lowland river basins. precipitation-.