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Simulation of streamflow of Flambeau River at Park Falls, Wisconsin to define low-flow characteristics

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Simulation of streamflow of Flambeau River at Park Falls, Wisconsin to define low-flow characteristics; 1976; WRI; 76-116; Krug, William R.

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Daily streamflows of the Flambeau River at Park Falls, Wisconsin , were simulated for a 31-year period. Streamflow was simulated using a streamflow-routing model. These simulated daily flows were analyzed for summer (June 1-October 31) low-flow frequency. The resultant 7-day, 10-year summer low flow is 260 cubic feet per second. The standard error of estimate for this 10-year-frequency low flow is equivalent to the standard error of estimate for 16 years of gaging-station records.

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William R. Krug
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U.S.Geological Survey

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