3 edition of Atlas of interoccurrence intervals for selected thresholds of daily precipitation in Texas found in the catalog.
Atlas of interoccurrence intervals for selected thresholds of daily precipitation in Texas
William H. Asquith
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services [distributor] in Austin, TX, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Statement||by William H. Asquith and Meghan C. Roussel ; in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 03-4281.|
|Contributions||Roussel, Meghan C., Texas. Dept. of Transportation., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 204 p. :|
|Number of Pages||204|
These tables are available at a hour time interval in the WinTR User Documentation and WinTR software. SUMMARY. NRCS is replacing the use of its legacy rainfall distributions (Type I, Type IA, Type II, and Type III) with rainfall distributions based on NOAA Atlas 14 precipitation-frequency data. Regional. Average Recurrence Interval of Event Precipitation in Real-time Tye W. Parzybok, Metstat, Inc. An ARI map provides an objective determination of areas where observed precipitation exceed a certain threshold, for example a year event for disaster assistance, year for official precipitation frequency atlas. For our example File Size: 1MB.
durations at average recurrence intervals of 1-year through 1,year. The estimates are based on the analysis of annual maximum series and then converted to partial duration series results. The information in NOAA Atlas 14 Volume 1 supercedes precipitation . The Atlas supercedes precipitation frequency estimates contained in Technical Paper No. 40 “Rainfall frequency atlas of the United States for durations from 30 minutes to 24 hours and return periods from 1 to years” (Hershfield, ), NWS HYDRO “Five- to minute precipitation frequency for the eastern and.
observations, computed for selected thresholds and departures from the partial standard deviation (DPS) of the observations, computed for selected thresholds (for details see Fortin, V. and G. Roy, and Fortin et al., ). Figure 3 presents FBI-1 and ETS as function of precipitation thresholds for analysis in red and. NCEI’s Climate Database Modernization Program (CDMP). Example: 1hr AMS for ITHACA, NY. Hourly record extended 49 years (). 2 5 10 50 1 2 3 Average Reccurence Interval - ARI [yr] 0 Precipitation [in] 1 2 3 Year Precipitation [in].
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Atlas of Interoccurrence Intervals for Selected Thresholds of Daily Precipitation in Texas. By William H. Asquith and Meghan C. Roussel. U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03– Genre/Form: Government publications Electronic government information: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Asquith, William H.
Atlas of interoccurrence intervals for selected thresholds of daily precipitation in Texas. In the report, a Poisson model of precipitation interoccurrence intervals is described. A precipitation interoccurrence interval is the time period between two successive rainfall events.
Atlas of interoccurrence intervals for selected thresholds of daily precipitation in Texas / by William H. Asquith and Meghan C.
Roussel ; in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation. By William H. Asquith. Abstract. iv, : William H. Asquith. WRI Atlas of interoccurrence intervals for selected thresholds of daily precipitation in Texas, by W.H.
Asquith and M.C. Roussel. WRI Water-quality characteristics and trends for selected sites in or near the Earth Resources Observation Systems (EROS) Data Center, South Dakota,by K.M. Neitzert. Empirical, dimensionless, cumulative-rainfall hyetographs developed from storm data for selected small watersheds in Texas - Atlas of interoccurrence intervals for selected thresholds of daily precipitation in Texas - Water resources data, Texas - Areal-reduction factors for the precipitation of the 1-day design storm in Texas.
Ninety-six maps depicting the spatial variation of the depth-duration frequency of precipitation annual maxima for Texas are presented.
The recurrence intervals. Ninety-six maps depicting the spatial variation of the depth-duration frequency of precipitation annual maxima for Texas are presented.
The recurrence intervals represented are 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, and years. The storm durations represented are 15 and 30 minutes; 1, 2, 3, 6, and 12 hours; and 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7 days. Digital Climatic Atlas of Texas Executive Summary A digital climatic atlas of Texas has been created that defines the climate in terms of major climatic parameters, precipitation, maximum and minimum temperatures and lake evaporation.
Datasets from wide-ranging sources of varying quality and resolutions. The USGS has published four reports (listed chronologically herein) describing rainfall statistics in Texas: (1) The “interoccurrence atlas” provides statewide contour maps of intervals, measured in days, between those days for which daily rainfall exceeded selected thresh- olds, such as 1 inch.
Depth-duration frequency is an estimate of the depth of precipitation for a specified duration and frequency or recurrence interval. For this report, precipitation durations of 15, 30, and 60 minutes; 1, 2, 3, 6, 12, and 24 hours; and 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7 days were investigated.
Annual maximum peak discharge measurements from 62 stations with a record of at least 70 years are used to assess extreme flooding in Texas at the regional scale.
This work focuses on examination of the validity of the stationarity assumption and on the impact of tropical cyclones. Rainfall (liquid precipitation only) frequency estimates are provided for durations between 1 and 24 hours in addition to precipitation frequency estimates.
Please refer to NOAA Atlas 14 document for more information. 1 Rainfall frequency (RF) estimates in this table are based on frequency analysis of. Site-specific mean interoccurrence interval and ancillary statistics are presented for each threshold and for each of 1, National Weather Service daily precipitation gages.
A method for estimating peak and time of peak streamflow from excess rainfall for to acre watersheds in the Houston, Texas, metropolitan area.
Estimates of peak and time of peak streamflow for small watersheds (less than about acres) in a suburban to urban, low-slope setting are needed for drainage design that is cost-effective. USGS/Atlas of Depth-Duration Freq of Precip Annual Max for Texas (USGS Scientific Investigations Report –) USGS/Atlas of Interoccurrence Intervals for Selected Thresholds of Daiuly Precipitation in Texas (USGS Water-Resources Investigations Report 03.
The objective of this Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) cooperatively funded project was to develop a simple-to-use atlas of precipitation depths in Texas for selected storm durations and frequencies on the basis of the research results and unpublished digital archives of Asquith ().
The selected storm durations are Cited by: Texas Department of Transportation, Texas Turnpike Authority, Atlas of interoccurrence intervals for selected thresholds of daily precipitation in Texas by William H Asquith (Book) 2 editions published.
NOAA Atlas 14 Cartographic Maps of Precipitation Frequency Estimates for Selected Frequencies and Durations: Cartographic map example. This web page provides access to NOAA Atlas 14 cartographic maps of precipitation frequency estimates in the PDF format for selected average recurrence intervals (ARIs) and durations (shown in the table.
Documentation of Databases, Summaries, and Analyses of Texas Meteorological Data By Raymond Slade, Jr., PH Registered and Certified Professional Hydrologist The table below presents descriptions of identified databases for meteorological data in Texas, with emphasis on identifying data available on the Size: KB.
Fig. 1 shows (a) the location of the test site and (b) the mask (of km radius) of the MRL5 S-band radar sited near Bethlehem, corresponding to a height of m above the radar at the outer radius.
The S-band radar was used in single polarised mode and reflectivities were converted to rain-rate using the standard Marshall-Palmer by: 7.Technical Paper NO. Rainfall Frequency Atlas of the Eastern United States. for Duration from 30 minutes to 24 hours and.
Return Periods from 1 to years - maps of ME and NH only. 30 Minute Rainfall. One Year 30 Minute Rainfall (inches) Two Year 30 Minute Rainfall (inches) Five Year 30 Minute Rainfall (inches).These were selected such that the Atlas 14 precipitation depths at these (point) representative locations: Equal to the County Mean for the year, hour precipitation Within % and +% (within 1 standard deviation) of the County Means for the 1-yr through year, hour precipitation.