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A study to predict storm runoff from storm characteristics and antecedent basin conditionsAuthor(s): Richard H. Hawkins
Source: Fort Collins, CO: Colorado State University. 83 p. Thesis.
Publication Series: Theses
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionThe purposes of this report are twofold. First: to derive, describe, and test a number of different methods for predicting storm runoff from a Colorado Front Range watershed, and second: to relate runoff characteristics to the storm producing it. In short, to both predict and explain the runoff on the watershed in question.
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CitationHawkins, Richard H. 1961. A study to predict storm runoff from storm characteristics and antecedent basin conditions. Fort Collins, CO: Colorado State University. 83 p. Thesis.
Keywordsstorm runoff, antecedent basin conditions, watershed
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