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Estimation of Safe Yield from Alice Springs Groundwater Basin.

Details:

Title

Estimation of Safe Yield from Alice Springs Groundwater Basin.

Creator

Forbes, C. F.

Collection

E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; Report no. 9/1962

Date

1962

Notes

Date:1962

Language

English

Publisher name

Northern Territory Administration

Place of publication

Alice Springs

Series

Report no. 9/1962

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Northern Territory Administration

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/229514

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/672903

Page content

Technical Report WRA62009 Viewed at 06:02:18 on 18/02/2010 Page 36 of 79. -27~ TABLE -11 ~ ~lOO_Q_" __ N_O_" __ -4 __ D_i_S __ C_h_C_~_g_'_O_'_(_C_'U_'b_'_i_C __ f_'O __ O_t_l-1 I 92,810,880I I I 2 3 5 5,301 1 900 335,883,000 13,398,000 71,235,000 (c) The !'ainfall producing thuso flo INS Vi8.S studied and the fellowing notes and assumptions mndo: i. One day's rain cf 50 paints on Bond Springs .g.::lugo will oring tho ri vcr 2. An 8vcrago rD..in of -?O - 50 pOints in one day ';fill bring the river dewn. (This rofors to storm. r8i~s o.nd it ho,s beon 2SSUIi10d th3t most rain producing precipitation of 50 points c:r greater in one: day will bo in the; nature of slldden sto=s.) 3. On tho Gvido~C89 owing to tho extremely patchy !'_2:turo of the rain in the Alice Springs :J.:c'oa, a Y!oight of ouo must bo assigned -Co 02.ch of the gaugos l;:iholl cnlculating avo-raga ]?rocipitation~ Thj.s asstJ.mption is lll.o.do Tocog!lising the roclcy- nature of tho catchment and the rolativQ position 0I tho ga.ugos wi thin the catcllITlent. A'lGTagG pl'"'ecipi tation Alice Snrinf':s P"'ocipo + :Bond Spgs. Prccipo' 2


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