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hy·dro·met·ric

(hī'drō-met'rik),
Relating to hydrometry or the hydrometer.

hy·dro·met·ric

(hī'drō-met'rik)
Relating to hydrometry or the hydrometer.
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In general, twenty to thirty SSD measurements and in situ measurements of daily water discharge are collected per year at each hydrometric station.
key members of that year's hydrometric survey crew.
After the floods, the government funded a series of experiments in 'hydrometrics' of the Po River, which I analyse in section two.
Table 1 shows some basin aspects related to each hydrometric station drainage area; the transit time (tt) characteristics were obtained from the place the river leaves the Salvajina dam.
Flooding dynamics in a large low-gradient alluvial fan, the Okavango Delta, Botswana, from analysis and interpretation of a 30-year hydrometric record.
Data for three raingauges, namely Tangrah, Tamer, and Galikesh, as well as three hydrometric stations with the same names were used to determine the correlation between climate signals and rainfall and discharge of this basin.
After collecting the required data including rainfall, discharge and sediment, several hydrometric stations were selected and then, data were statistically separated (identifying remote data and correcting incomplete ones) based on the seasons.
Following the elaboration of the meteorological forecast on June 28,2010, two hydrological warnings were issued on June 28, 2010, and June 29, 2010, for the upstream part of the Jijia River, when Code Red was declared because the Danger Levels were exceeded at the hydrometric stations: Padureni on the Buhai River, Hcm = (350+180), and Dorohoi on the Jijia River, Hcm = (600+270)--Risk of major flash floods, with the direct threat to the safety of persons and goods (INHGA, 2010).
The daily observed flow data for the period from 1/1/2001 to 31/12/2006 were obtained from Jiaoyi Hydrometric Stations.
The results suggest that the use of SHETRAN in water balance in the Queretaro river basin has the advantage that it depends on the knowledge of physic parameters of the basin and can be applied in unmeasured basins when the stations are damaged or do not have resources to implement a system of hydrometric monitoring.
The hydrometric level of the Parana river exhibited certain irregularities during 2008, with low values, an absence of typical flooding and the occurrence of short pulses or small daily fluctuations (Figure 1) (BIOLO; RODRIGUES, 2013; ROBERTO et al., 2009).