Hydrology: Current Research

ISSN: 2157-7587

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David Chikodzi


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    Establishing Flow-Catchment Interactions as Means of Regionalising Flow Characteristics of the Save Catchment in Zimbabwe
    Author(s): David ChikodziDavid Chikodzi

    The research was aimed at determining the areas of equal hydrology on the Save catchment for the purposes of estimating flow characteristics on ungauged catchments. Data quality control was first done on flow station data in order identify the best stations that could be use in the formulation the catchment flow characteristics. The flow characteristics created were mean annual runoff; coefficient of variation of runoff; base flow index; coefficient of variation of low flow; coefficient of variation of high flow and the coefficient of variation of monthly wet season flow. Literature was then used to select the catchment characteristics most likely to influence runoff. Redundancy analysis was done to correlate sub zone and runoff characteristics so that the nature and significance of relationships could be determined. Cluster analysis was then used to combine the selected catchment cha.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2157-7587.S1-005

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