Discharge Measurement in Tidally Affected Channels During a Hydrographic Estuarine Survey of Sabine Lake, Texas
By D.D. Dunn1, R.S. Solis2, and D.J. Ockerman1
U.S. Geological Survey.
2 Texas Water Development Board.
U.S. Geological Survey
Fact Sheet 157–97
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Sabine Lake Study
Discharge Measurement in Tidally Affected Channels
Computation of Discharge Using Ratings
Gulf Intracoastal Waterway at State Highway 87
|Map showing measurement sites, Sabine Lake, Texas|
|Predicted versus observed discharges, and hydrograph computed from regression for the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway at State Highway 87|
|Predicted versus observed discharges, and hydrograph computed from regression for the Sabine River|
|Predicted versus observed discharges, and hydrograph computed from regression for Black Bayou|
|Channel dimensions of sites where ratings were developed|
|Regression coefficients and diagnostic statistics for discharge ratings|
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