Kansas streamflow characteristics, magnitude and frequency of low flows of unregulated streams in Kansas, and estimation of flow-duration curves for ungaged sites
Published by the State of Kansas, Kansas Water Office, 1983
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0.5 mile south 00 South Fork 0rainage Climatic Recurrence 30 days 500 square miles analyzed 3 days areas of 500 average slope Barber County Barton County Butler County Climatic Recurrence Minimum consecutive days square Continued Station number cubic feet days 06 days 120 days days 14 days 7 days days 90 days square record drainage area duration curve estimated flow-duration curve Extended 1.5 feet and remarks feet per second flow to mean Fork Ninnescah River gaging stations Greenwood County indicated period indicated recurrence interval per second Kingman County Little Arkansas River location Drainage low-flow magnitude low-flow measurements magnitude and frequency mean flow miles northwest miles upstream miles west Minimum average discharge Ninnescah River percent period of consecutive Pratt County record years miles Recurrence Minimum average remarks area Reno County Shawnee County square miles Stafford County stream streamflow U.S. Geological Survey U.S. High U.S. Highway ungaged sites