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Data Series 508

Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Streamflow Characteristics of Streams in Southeastern Afghanistan

By Kevin C. Vining

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Statistical summaries of streamflow data for all historical streamgaging stations that have available data in the southeastern Afghanistan provinces of Ghazni, Khost, Logar, Paktya, and Wardak, and a portion of Kabul Province are presented in this report. The summaries for each streamgaging station include a station desciption, table of statistics of monthly and annual mean discharges, table of monthly and annual flow duration, table of probability of occurrence of annual high discharges, table of probability of occurrence of annual low discharges, table of annual peak discharge and corresponding gage height for the period of record, and table of monthly and annual mean discharges for the period of record.

First posted June 4, 2010

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Suggested citation:

Vining, K.C., 2010, Streamflow characteristics of streams in southeastern Afghanistan: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 508, 104 p.




Explanation of Station Summaries

Data Considerations


Selected References

Streamflow Statistics

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