Estimating records of daily streamflow at ungaged locations in the southeast United States.

Farmer, William.


  • Abstract: Accurate assessment and measurement of streamflow is essential to responsible and sustainable management of the freshwater resources upon which our civilization depends. Streamflow is typically monitored via streamgages, but these provide only a finite record of streamflow in space and time. Continued economic development requires reliable hydrologic information beyond the spatial and te... read more
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