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Regional regression equations for estimation of natural streamflow statistics in Colorado

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Capesius, Joseph P., and Stephens, Verlin C., 2010, Regional regression equations for estimation of natural streamflow statistics in Colorado: Open-File Report.

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The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the Colorado Water Conservation Board and the Colorado Department of Transportation, developed regional regression equations for estimation of various streamflow statistics that are representative of natural streamflow conditions at ungaged sites in Colorado. The equations define the statistical relations between streamflow statistics (response variables) and basin and climatic characteristics (predictor variables). The equations were developed using generalized least-squares and weighted least-squares multilinear regression reliant on logarithmic variable transformation. Streamflow statistics were derived from at least 10 years of streamflow data through about 2007 from selected [...]

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noteRegional regression equations for estimation of natural streamflow statistics in Colorado; 2010; OFR; 2009-5136; Capesius, Joseph P.; Stephens, Verlin C.
journalOpen-File Report
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