Historical Analysis of the Relationship of Streamflow Flashiness with Population Density, Imperviousness, and Percent Urban Land Cover in the Mid-Atlantic Region

Historical Analysis of the Relationship of Streamflow Flashiness with Population Density, Imperviousness, and Percent Urban Land Cover in the Mid-Atlantic Region

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Jarnagin, S. T. 2007. Historical Analysis of the Relationship of Streamflow Flashiness with Population Density, Imperviousness, and Percent Urban Land Cover in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Internal Report APM 408. U.S. EPA, Office of Research & Development, Environmental Photographic Interpretation Center, Reston, VA.

Analysis, Development, GIS, Hydrology, Impervious, Management, Streams, Streamflow, Urban, Urbanization, Water quality, Watershed, Impervious cover, Land cover, Land use, Mapping

This study evaluated the relationship between stream flashiness (the day-to-day differences in streamflow) and watershed-scale estimates of the following variables: percent imperviousness, extent of urban development, and population density. The goal was to determine whether regional, publicly available datasets are reliable for use in historic landscape analyses that aim to detect hydrologic changes.

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