Draft 2 - The Mudslides (Campbell sec. D)

This topic submitted by Katie, Leah, Anna, Sam, TJ at 11:12 am on 9/19/00. Additions were last made on Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Section: Campbell

The rate of flow in streams is forever changing; increasing and decreasing in space, scale, and time. The daily discharge for a stream is the characteristic of the harmonic mean. The low-flow statistics are determinded by the stream having or not having guaged sites. (Rifai, Hanadi. "Determination of Low-Flow Characteristics for Texas Streams." Journal of Water Resources Planningand Management/September/October 2000, Vol. 126 no.5.)

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