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Hydrograph simulation models of the Hillsborough and Alafia Rivers, Florida: a preliminary report

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Hydrograph simulation models of the Hillsborough and Alafia Rivers, Florida: a preliminary report; 1972; OFR; 72-382; Turner, James F., Jr.

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Mathematical (digital) models that simulate flood hydrographs from rainfall records have been developed for the following gaging stations in the Hillsborough and Alafia River basins of west-central Florida: Hillsborough River near Tampa, Alafia River at Lithia, and north Prong Alafia River near Keysville. These models, which were developed from historical streamflow and and rainfall records, are based on rainfall-runoff and unit-hydrograph procedures involving an arbitrary separation of the flood hydrograph. These models assume the flood hydrograph to be composed of only two flow components, direct (storm) runoff, and base flow. Expressions describing these two flow components are derived from streamflow and rainfall records and are [...]

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