Station Analysis and Rating Documentation. Streamflow Record Computation using ADVMs and Index Velocity Methods Office of Surface Water. Documentation. Installation and configuration Routine field inspections Archival Spreadsheet rating documentation ADAPS Station description
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Streamflow Record Computation using ADVMs and Index Velocity Methods
Office of Surface Water
“The range-averaged Vx had the highest R-square, lowest standard error, most significant p-values, and least pattern in residuals compared with other cells\' Vx. Selected range-averaged Vx as the index velocity.”
“Stage area rating 1.0 was developed using a standard cross-section located 1 ft downstream of the OSS. The cross-section was measured on Mar. 15, 2010 and used BM 2 as the origin. Elevations to datum for each station were rounded to the nearest 0.1 ft and entered into the AreaComp program. Min expected gage height = 12.0 ft; Max expected gage height = 39.1 ft. Gage height during survey = 21.3 ft ”
Should include information to recreate the station if the ADVM is lost or moved.
An office QA/QC plan should include:
An example QA/QC plan is provided with class materials