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Cost effectiveness of the U.S. Geological Survey"s stream-gaging program in Wisconsin
J. F Walker
1989 by Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch in Madison, Wis, Denver, Colo .
Written in English
|Statement||by J.F. Walker, L.L. Osen, and P.E. Hughes ; prepared by United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 86-4125|
|Contributions||Osen, Lisa L, Hughes, P. E, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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COST EFFECTIVENESS OF THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY'S STREAM-GAGING PROGRAM IN WISCONSIN By J. Walker, L. Osen, and P. Hughes ABSTRACT This report presents the results of a three-step evalua tion of the stream-gaging program in Wisconsin.
First, data uses and funding sources were identified for the 89Cited by: 3. Get this from a library. Cost effectiveness Cost effectiveness of the U.S.
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Wolcott, William B. Cannon, and William H. Johnston Abstract The U.S. Geological Survey conducted a 5-year nationwide analy sis to define and document the most cost-effective means of obtaining streamflow by: 2. costs associated with stream gaging, and the total operating budget to identify Cost effectiveness of the U.S.
Geological Surveys stream-gaging program in Wisconsin book visit frequency for each station that minimizes the overall uncertainty in the streamflow data.
The stream-gaging program that results from this analysis will meet the expressed water-data needs in the most cost-effective by: 1.
Geological Survey stream-gauging program in 17 states is contained in this paper. The re sults are for the first year of a 5-year nationwide study undertaken by the u.s.
Geological Survey. The objective of the study is to define and document the most cost-effective means of furnishing streamflow information. Based on the evaluations of data use and of alternative methods for determining streamflow in place of stream gaging, no stations in the stream-gaging program should be deactivated.
The current budget (in dollars) for operating the station program is $, per year. Cost-effectiveness of the US Geological Survey's stream-gaging program in Connecticut Water-Resources Investigations Report By: T.B.
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Darling and T.E. Lamb. A study of the cost effectiveness of the stream gaging program in Alabama identified data uses and funding sources for 72 surface water stations (including dam stations, slope stations, and continuous-velocity stations) operated by the U.S.
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This report documents the results of a study of the cost-effectiveness of the stream-gaging program in Alaska. Data uses and funding sources were identified for the continuous stream-gaging stations that were being operated in September with a budget of about $1, per year.
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The collection of these data Is a major activity of the Water Resources Division of the Geological Survey. These data are collected in cooperation with State Cited by: 1.
This paper summarizes the results from the first 3 years of a 5-year cost-effectiveness study of the U.S. Geological Survey streamgaging network. The objective of the study is to define and document the most cost-effective means of furnishing streamflow : Arthur G.
Scott. with stream gaging, and the total operating budget to determine the visit frequency for each station that will minimize the overall uncertainty in the streamflow records.
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It is a multipurpose network funded by the USGS and many other Federal, State and local agencies. Individual streamgaging stations. A new U.S.
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The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) operates a network of > streamgages nationwide (Eberts et al. ), which offers an opportunity to use eDNA sampling to provide reliable, timely information about the nation's water resources and aquatic health. By incorporating strategic eDNA sample collection during routine streamgage site visits by Cited by: 1.
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