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Instrumentation, methods of flood-data collection and transmission, and evaluation of streamflow-gaging network in Indiana

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Instrumentation, methods of flood-data collection and transmission, and evaluation of streamflow-gaging network in Indiana; 1994; WRI; 91-4051; Glatfelter, D. R.; Butch, G. K.

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Floods are the number one natural disaster in the Nation, based on loss of life and property. In Indiana, several major floods have occurred during this century. Flooding can occur at any time in any geographic area in Indiana. The degree of flooding can vary from a minor inconvenience to major flooding that results in loss of life and extensive damage. In this study, the existing streamflow-gaging networks in Indiana are evaluated on the basis of meeting flood-data needs of various governmental agencies. The study area (Indiana and adjacent areas in Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio) was divided into 12 basins and 1 urban area. Each basin and the Indianapolis area were analyzed on the basis of hydrologic characteristics, flood potential, [...]

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doi http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/mods-outline-3-5.html#identifier doi:10.3133/wri914051
series unknown Water-Resources Investigations Report

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