The stream-gaging network in Delaware is a major component of many types of hydrologic investigations. To ensure that the network is adequate for meeting multiple data needs by a variety of users, it must represent the range of hydrologic conditions and land-use types found in Delaware, and include enough stations to account for hydrologic variability. This report describes the current stream-gaging network in Delaware and provides an evaluation of its representativeness for the State.
Please give proper credit to the Delaware Geological Survey.
Doheny, E.J., 1998, Evaluation of the Stream-Gaging Network in Delaware: Delaware Geological Survey Report of Investigation 57,
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