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Theory of stream runoff

N. P. Chebotarev

Theory of stream runoff

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Published by Israel Programfor Scientific Translations in Jerusalem .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementN.P. Chebotarev ; translated from Russian.
The Physical Object
Paginationv,464p.,1 fold sheet
Number of Pages464
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13953206M

  [1] Unit hydrograph theory as derived by Nash (), Dooge (), and Wooding () provides a foundation for evaluating the function controlling catchment runoff. Past literature has often investigated this function converting catchment storage to runoff with probabilistic or statistical approaches. A geophysically based framework is missing. Agriculture, ). Daily stream discharge data for a basin, along with monthly estimates of ground-water discharge to the stream, herein called base flow, also can be used (and should be used when available). If streamflow data are not available, the model-computed surface-runoff values are used.   A method for constructing a stream gauge network that reflects upstream and downstream runoff characteristics is assessed. For the construction of an optimal stream gauge network.   Runoff is generated by rainstorms. Its occurrence and quantity are dependent on the characteristics of the rainfall event, i.e. intensity, duration and distribution. 3. 3 Runoff can be defined as the portion of the precipitation that makes it’s way towards rivers or .


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Theory of stream runoff by Nikolaĭ Petrovich Chebotarev,Israel Program for Scientific Translations; [available from the U. Dept. of Commerce, Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va. ] edition, in English. draining stream; v Darcy velocity It is therefore physically relevant to model catchment runoff according to linear reservoir theory.

Now you cannot find the time constant T by using eq. (15) but you can get an idea of its order of magnitude. L and I are length and slope of the area respectively, n and K are porosity and hydraulic File Size: KB.

Hydrology Hydraulic Systems is an excellent book. It contains many illustrative examples and also a large number of unsolved problems. for Direct Runoff The Theory of stream runoff book Approach for Direct Runoff Infiltration-Index Approach for Direct Runoff Direct Runoff from Snowmelt 5.

Theory of Groundwater Flow Stream Gaging Stage. California streams exhibit a wide range of runoff characteristics that are related to the climatologic, topographic, and geologic characteristics of the basins they drain. The annual volume of runoff of a stream, expressed in inches, may be large or small, and daily discharge rates may be highly variable or relatively steady.

The bulk of the annual runoff may be storm runoff, or snowmelt. Buy Theory of stream runoff: (Uchenie o stoke) by Chebotarev, Nikolaï Petrovich (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Nikolaï Petrovich Chebotarev. vicinity of the stream. They expand during the storm resulting in larger rate of runoff generation (Fig. Some areas also expand and contract seasonally (Fig. Because this runoff-producing zone occupies only a small portion of the watershed, even small changes can cause important differences in the volume and rate of storm runoff.

of, and a runoff volume of the Vs necessary for year control is, under a developed CN of Note that inches of rain fall during this event, with approximately inches of runoff.

While the TR short-cut method reports to incorporate multiple stage structures, experience has. ing of runoff types is necessary to apply the method properly in different climatic regions. Four types are distinguished: channel, surface, lateral subsurface flow, and baseflow.

Channel runoff occurs when rain falls on a flowing stream. It appears in the hydrograph at the start of the storm and continues throughout the storm, varying.

land that drains into a stream. This includes both the surface runoff and groundwater. Because a stream receives surface water, it is a reflection of the land above it. Although simple, the most important concept in stream management is that every stream is the product.

NRCS runoff equation is the NRCS Curve Number (CN), which is based on soil permeability, surface cover, hydrologic condition, and antecedent moisture. Watershed or drainage area time of concentration is the key component of the dimensionless unit hydrograph.

Several runoff computation methods use the overall NRCS methodology. The most commonly. Buy Theory of Stream Runoff. (Translated from the Russian of ). 2nd by N. Chebotarev, M. Diskin, Adolf Wald (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: N. Chebotarev. the Virggppinia Runoff Reduction Method utilize the same principles of runoff volume reduction to achieve compliance with water quality, groundwater recharge, and channel protection (to the maximum extent practicable) criteria.

The different design steps and. runoff to rainfall, with definitions of significant parameters. The third factor is the change brought on by the disruption of balance in the stream biota. The addition of nutrients promotes the growth of plankton and algae. A clear stream, then, may change to one in which rocks are covered with slime ; turbidity usually increases.

The infiltration theory of surface runoff fits into the hydrologlcal cycle more m published, tn 18S0 a reference book in hydrology which included a section on the hydrology of surface waters. I iff it started Its systenaatic stream gaging program.

- The direct-runoff response to the rainfall excess is assumed to be linear. This is the most important assumption of the unit-hydrograph theory.

- Linear response means that if an input x I (t) causes an output y I (t) and an input. x 2 (t) causes an output y 2 (t), then an input x. Direct surface runoff is the rain or meltwater that runs off during the rain or melt event as overland flow or in the vegetation cover above a frozen soil.

The meltwater and the rain falling onto snow or on frozen ground reach a stream along different pathways. It may be as groundwater after vertical infiltration in macropores or through the.

Surface runoff, or overland flow, is a fundamental process of interest in hydrology. Surface runoff generation can occur at multiple scales, ranging from small pools of excess water that propagate downhill to stream networks that drain large catchments.

Accurate quantification of runoff is vital to clarify the mechanisms and effects of overland. 2 Introduction: Stream flow representing the runoff phase of the hydrologic cycle is the most important basic data for hydrologic studies.

A stream can be defined as a flow channel into which the surface runoff from a specified basin drains. Runoff is generated by rainstorms. Management of Urban Runoff 2nd Edition | Earl Shaver Richard Horner Joseph Skupien Chris May Graeme Ridley Fundamentals TECHniCal and inSTiTUTional iSSUES.

effect of the two runoff generation methods on simu-lating stream P concentrations for a watershed in the Catskill Mountains of southwestern New York (Figure 1). Stream P concentrations calculated from models based on infiltration excess runoff were compared with those calculated from saturation excess runoff scenarios.

Abstract. Prepared by the Task Committee on Hydrology Handbook of Management Group D of ASCE. Hydrology Handbook serves as a basic reference, providing a thorough, up-to-date guide for hydrologists.

Completely revised and rewritten from the edition, this Manual incorporates many of the changes and advances that have occurred, not only in the fundamental understanding of hydrologic systems.

simulated runoff may contain significant biases due to errors in the meteorological forcing data and model physics. Streamflow, the flow of water in streams, rivers, and other channels, integrates runoff from upstream of a river basin, and it has been monitored by stream gauges at thousands of locations around the world [GRDC, ].

The SCS-CN method, in SWAT, relates runoff to soil type, land use, and management. The SCS-CN method is based on the principle of water balance and two fundamental assumptions [22]. The first assumption is that the ratio of direct runoff to potential maximum runoff is equal to the ratio of infiltration to potential maximum retention.

Wetland Systems to Control Urban Runoff integrates natural and constructed wetlands, and sustainable drainage techniques into traditional water and wastewater systems used to treat surface runoff and associated diffuse pollution. The first part of the text introduces the fundamentals of water quality management, and water and wastewater treatment.

This video describes how to run the Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework (ACPF) Distance to Stream and Runoff Risk Assessment tools.

Response to Comment by Jeffrey J. McDonnell and James Buttle on A deterministic-empirical model of the effect of the capillary fringe on near-stream area runoff. Description of the model (Journal of Hydrology Vol. () ). Hydrol.H. Lee, in Encyclopedia of Ecology, Runoff Processes.

Runoff is usually considered as a streamflow that involves surface runoff and groundwater flow that reaches the streams. Surface runoff is a function of intensity, duration, and distribution of rain precipitation; permeability of ground surface; surface coverage (i.arid or semiarid); geometry of stream channel; depth of water.

Runoff, in hydrology, quantity of water discharged in surface includes not only the waters that travel over the land surface and through channels to reach a stream but also interflow, the water that infiltrates the soil surface and travels by means of gravity toward a stream channel (always above the main groundwater level) and eventually empties into the channel.

Types of Runoff Surface runoff Portion of rainfall (after all losses such as interception, infiltration, depression storage etc. are met) that enters streams immediately after occurring rainfall After laps of few time, overland flow joins streams Sometime termed prompt runoff (as very quickly enters streams) Subsurface runoff.

A simple distributed hydrologic representation is a rainfall-runoff model based on an open-book catchment model. Figure 1 illustrates a schematic representation of an open-book catchment model.

As its name implies, an open-book catchment model consists of two rectangular planes and a stream. Rain water flows on the planes and drains into the. In accordance with the partial area runoff generation theory, the first areas to produce runoff (that reaches the gauge site in the time frame of an event) are the scalded area and the stream.

Based on the rainfall runoff analysis results, unit hydrographs reflecting stream connectivity were derived and applied to entropy theory. The importance of each stream gauge station was calculated considering its purposes, such as flood control, water use, and environment.

A method for constructing a stream gauge network that reflects upstream and downstream runoff characteristics is assessed.

For the construction of an optimal stream gauge network, we develop representative unit hydrographs that reflect such characteristics based on actual rainfallrunoff analysis.

Then, the unit hydrographs are converted to probability density functions for application to. Streamflow, or channel runoff, is the flow of water in streams, rivers, and other channels, and is a major element of the water is one component of the runoff of water from the land to waterbodies, the other component being surface flowing in channels comes from surface runoff from adjacent hillslopes, from groundwater flow out of the ground, and from water discharged.

Wetland Systems to Control Urban Runoff integrates natural and constructed wetlands, and sustainable drainage techniques into traditional water and wastewater systems used to treat surface runoff and associated diffuse pollution. The first part of the text introduces the fundamentals of water quality management, and water and wastewater treatment.

55(1). the short term result of an input of precipitation. portion of streamflow that comes from either surface runoff or interflow. The quickflow is the more flashy contribution that increases the discharge of a stream in reaction to a rain fall event.

3 Rainfall-Runoff Analysis-In contrast to precipitation, and evapotranspiration, the measurement of streamflow is amenable to fairly accurate assessment.

-The measurement of velocity is an important aspect of many direct stream flow measurement techniques. A mechanical device, called current meter, consisting essentiallyof a rotating element is probably the most commonly used instrument for.

Unit Hydrograph: (i) It is a DRH resulting from one unit depth of rainfall excess (Direct runoff) occurring uniformly over the basin at a uniform rate for a specified duration of D hours. The theory of unit hydrograph was developed by Sherman in the year and assumptions are given below.

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READ as many books as you like (Personal use). A stream hydrograph is commonly determining the influence of different hydrologic processes on discharge from the subject catchment. Because the timing, magnitude, and duration of groundwater return flow differs so greatly from that of direct runoff, separating and understanding the influence of these distinct processes is key to analyzing and.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Runoff (, Book, Illustrated) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Basis of Runoff Routing. The establishment of a runoff routing model of a catchment commences with the sub-division of the catchment into sub-areas according to the stream network, catchment topography and land use, rainfall variability and location of interest.

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