2 edition of Magnitude and frequency of floods in Alaska and conterminous basins of Canada found in the catalog.
Magnitude and frequency of floods in Alaska and conterminous basins of Canada
Stanley H. Jones
1994 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Anchorage, Alaska, Denver, Colo .
Written in English
|Other titles||Floods in Alaska and conterminous basins of Canada.|
|Statement||by Stanley H. Jones and Charles B. Fahl ; prepared in cooperation with the state of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities and Federal Highway Administration.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 93-4179.|
|Contributions||Fahl, Charles B., Geological Survey (U.S.), Alaska. Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities., United States. Federal Highway Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 122 p.|
|Number of Pages||122|
Debris torrents are of particular concern in the areas of steep mountain streams on Vancouver Island and the west coast of the province. Forecasting the Hurricane Season ? Foreshocks, Mainshock, and Aftershocks 95? Such torrents take the form of a fast-moving surge containing boulders and large plant debris followed by a liquefied mass of sediment and organic debris. Four islands were in dispute.
Flood-frequency data based on observed peaks and basin physical and climatic characteristics are given for gaged locations on streams with natural flow. Land-Use Planning ? The Last Thousand Years ? Extraterrestrial Causes ?
Long-Runout Debris Flows ? Rather, we focus on discussions related to local stories by our own staff. Streams in most regions of the province have high flows from seasonal snowmelt, with the magnitude of the peak flow dependent on the depth of the snowpack and the weather conditions during the melt period. Changes in spring ice melt have affected the ability of Alaska coastal communities to meet their walrus harvest needs, resulting in low harvest levels in several recent years. Kevin Trenberth, senior scientist at the U. Analyses of historical discharge records do not point at changes in the flood peak distribution due climate change.
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Had justices of the United States Supreme Court been appointed in the place of the two Senators, Canadian criticism of the award would not have been audible. It was this second wave that caused the damage. Canadians protested the outcome, not so much the decision itself but that the Americans had chosen politicians instead of jurists for the tribunal, and that the British had helped their own interests by betraying Canada's.
Alaska's state seismologist, Michael West, called it the strongest earthquake in the state's south-central region in decades.
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But the Anchorage and Valdez police departments said Magnitude and frequency of floods in Alaska and conterminous basins of Canada book have not received any reports of injury or significant damage. Near Events? A video he posted on Twitter showed liquid shaking in an energy drink bottle on a table.
Abrupt changes, rather than slowly varying trends, are typically responsible for nonstationarities in annual flood peak records in the eastern United States, and detected change points are often linked to regulation of river basins.
He saw no damage as he toured the city of 2, Strike-Slip Faults 85? Four islands were in dispute. Prescribed Fires ?
Temperatures have been increasing faster in Arctic Alaska than in the temperate southern part of the state, with the Alaska North Slope warming at 2.
Changes in spring ice melt have affected the ability of Alaska coastal communities to meet their walrus harvest needs, resulting in low harvest levels in several recent years. Estimates of the location, scale, and shape parameters of the generalized extreme value GEV distribution provide a framework for examining scaling properties of flood peaks and upper tail properties of flood distributions.
The Canadian government requested a survey of the boundary, but the United States rejected it as too costly; the border area was very remote and sparsely settled, and without economic or strategic interest. In Canadian scholar Hugh L. Superimposed over this background are two flow charts illustrating past and future marine food webs: benthic dominated and pelagic dominated, respectively.
Vincent Nusunginya, 34, of Kenai said he was at his girlfriend's house when the earthquake hit. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.
Snow continued to accumulate in the basins until mid-May due to cool weather. Canadian Quick-Clay Slope Failures ?May 01, · Natural Resources Canada reported that the first quake with a magnitude of hit at a.m.
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