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Natural flows determination in gauged hydrological basins. Part II: The effect of time scale
HUMBERTO SILVA HIDALGO
IGNACIO MARTIN
ALFREDO GRANADOS OLIVAS
MARIA TERESA ALARCON HERRERA
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irrigation return flows
Water availability
Hydrological assessment
In this work, the effect of the time scale on the determination of natural flows in gauged hydrological basins is analyzed using available hydrometric historic records and the mass conservation equation. The upper - middle basin of the Florido river (Río Florido), in the northern Mexican State of Chihuahua, was used to perform this study. The basin was divided into the upper sub-basin (U-SB), with no infrastructure for water use; and the middle sub-basin (M-SB), where the complete infrastructure of Irrigation District 103 is located. The mean annual natural flow of both sub-basins was estimated, using the annual and monthly time scales, for the period spanning from 1982 to 2002. There are no return flows in U-SB, while in M-SB flows are generated by the irrigation district.
2008
Memoria de congreso
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