A study of some effects of urbanization on storm runoff from a small watershed

Report 23
Prepared in the Center for Research in Water Resources at the University of Texas in cooperation with the Texas Water Development Board
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Abstract

The evaluation of the effects of urbanization on the runoff characteristics of a small watershed is a problem that can be studied by either a short-range or a long-range investigation. Because the long-range type of investigation would require several years for hydrologic data accumulation, it cannot provide any immediate information on the changes in watershed behavior arising as a result of urbanization. A short-range investigation, however, based on synthetic evaluation of present data would provide immediate answers. It is in the realm of this short-range objective that this study of a small urban watershed is directed.

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Publication type Report
Publication Subtype Other Government Series
Title A study of some effects of urbanization on storm runoff from a small watershed
Series title Report
Series number 23
Year Published 1966
Language English
Publisher Texas Water Development Board
Publisher location Austin, TX
Description xiv, 110 p.
Country United States
State Texas
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