Surface-water hydrologic data for the Houston metropolitan area, Texas, water years 1990-95
Open-File Report 2003-70
In cooperation with the City of Houston and the Harris County Flood Control District
- Debra A. Sneck-Fahrer, Fred Liscum, and Jeffery W. East
During water years 1990–95, data were collected at 24 U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging stations, 21 rain gages, and 6 water-quality stations in the Houston metropolitan area, Texas. The data were collected as part of the Houston Urban Runoff Program, which began in water year 1964.
Annual peaks were defined for the 24 streamflow-gaging stations in the study area. All stations had 10 or more years of record. Precipitation data from the 21 rain gages and discharge or stage data from 23 streamflow-gaging stations are available to develop storm hydrographs.
One-hundred thirty-four samples were collected at six water-quality stations. The samples were analyzed for about 80 water-quality properties and constituents.
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