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Flood magnitude and frequency of Pochack Creek at two sites, at Pennsauken Township, New Jersey

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Flood magnitude and frequency of Pochack Creek at two sites, at Pennsauken Township, New Jersey; 1994; OFR; 94-499; Dunne, Paul

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Six methods were used to estimate the magnitude and frequency of floods at Pochack Creek at the down- stream end of the culvert on United States Route 130 and at a second site about 1,600 feet upstream at Pennsauken Township, New Jersey. Flood magnitude and frequency calculated by the six methods, as well as drainage-basin characteristics, are included in this report. The 100-year-flood estimates for the culvert site range from 280 cubic feet per second to 2,600 cubic feet per second. The 100-year-flood estimates for the upstream site range from 216 cubic feet per second to 1,800 cubic feet per second. Flood magni- tude and frequency estimates obtained by using the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Special Report 38 [...]

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