2 edition of study in flood waves found in the catalog.
study in flood waves
Elmer Earl Moots
|Other titles||Flood waves.|
|Statement||by Elmer E. Moots. Edited by F. T. Mavis.|
|Series||Studies in engineering,, bulletin 14, University of Iowa studies., New series, no. 358. July 1, 1938, Studies in engineering (Iowa City, Iowa),, bulletin 14.|
|Contributions||Mavis, F. T. 1901- ed.|
|LC Classifications||TC175 .M66 1927|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||38028653|
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Based on both genetically and influential factors, it can be identified several types of floods. The main criterion of analysis is the identification of File Size: KB. A flash flood can be classified as a wave, with an onset, crest and recession described in the following stages.
Wavefront: As the flash flood runoff arrives in study in flood waves book creek basin, it tends to develop a 'wavefront' or leading edge that travels down the wave can travel at anywhere from a walking to faster than a running pace, depending on the curvature of the creek bed and number of.
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Flood waves and related processes are observed globally, through either river gauging networks or remote sensing acquisitions. River gauging stations are declining globally and although historical and current gauges are providing useful and frequent data in the developed world, the number of gauges in developing and emerging economies is very.
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