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Record #64411:

Frequency estimates of water available for runoff due to precipitation and/or snowmelt / Frank Richards, John Miller, Edward Zurndorfer, Normalee Foat.

Title: Frequency estimates of water available for runoff due to precipitation and/or snowmelt / Frank Richards, John Miller, Edward Zurndorfer, Normalee Foat.
Author(s): Richards, Frank.
Miller, John.
Zurndorfer, Edward.
Foat, Normalee.
Date: [1982]
Publisher: Bethesda, Maryland: American Water Resources Association
Abstract: Design of hydraulic structures requires estimates of amount of water these structures are expected to withstand. In certain areas, much of precipitation falls as snow, and is released for runoff later, perhaps being accompanied by rainfall. These points are considered.
Notes:

Offprint: International Symposium on Hydrometeorology, June 13-17, 1982, Denver, Colorado / A. Ivan Johnson, Robert A. Clark, eds.

Keywords: 556 -- Hydrology.
551.579.2 -- Water supply from snow.
E11 -- Glaciology: glaciohydrology.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-PAM: 551.579.2
SPRI record no.: 64411

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