Estimating the magnitude and frequency of peak streamflows for ungaged sites on streams in Alaska and conterminous basins in Canada
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Procedures for Estimating Peak Streamflow Magnitude and Frequency
Appendix A Years of Record for Annual Peak Streamflows Used in This Report
Alaska analysis of observed Auke Bay available at http://pubs.water.usgs.gov/wri034188 basin characteristics British Columbia calculate Qt CanadaŚContinued Rounding differences cause values computed using equations computer program available Constant A ST data and equivalent data using weighted degree Fahrenheit differences may cause drainage area Drainage basin eleva Elevations are given equations in table estimated by weighting estimated from regression Fahrenheit feet above NGVD given in degrees given in feet included in regression Juneau Ketchikan Latitude and Longitude location of regions Longitude are given Mean basin elevation noted in footnote observed station data Peak streamflow analysis percent prediction interval presently regulated Qt estimated Qt from analysis record for station Reg based Reg Wtd regression analysis regression equation table Skew Peak square mile Station not included Station skew coefficient streamflow analysis type Susitna River table to vary Tanana River U.S. Geological Survey value of Qt vary by less weighted skew coefficient Yukon River