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Area 2

Case Number

Miles2

Miles

Hand

Case I

1.65

6.17

Digitized-no hwy Case II

1.68

6.57

Digitized-hwy

Case II

1.65

6.50

PrePro-30

Case III

1.68

8.16

PrePro-10

Case III

1.68

8.38

WMS-30

Case III

1.67

7.89

WMS-10

Case III

1.66

8.53

TIN

Case IV

1.68

7.40

Mean

1.67

7.45

StdDev

0.01

0.93

CV(%)

0.81

12.48

Table 5.2: Area 2 Results

Area 2

Area Perimete

r LFP Slope

Miles

%

3.14

1.47

3.28

1.47

3.09

1.44

3.06

1.39

3.21

1.43

2.87

1.46

3.15

1.41

3.14

1.53

3.12

1.45

0.12

0.04

3.90

2.97

8.49

13.83

6.28

0.77

8.85

14.75

6.63

0.77

8.87

15.53

6.58

0.78

8.84

19.08

6.78

0.76

8.83

20.04

6.96

0.74

8.84

18.72

6.66

0.78

8.76

19.85

6.81

0.77

8.78

17.40

6.67

0.77

0.13

2.61

0.22

0.01

1.52

14.99

3.22

1.80

Table 5.1, Table 5.2, and Table 5.3 without further analysis provide important information regarding variations of hydrologic parameters as a function of area size and method of parameter extraction. Coefficient of variation (CV),

Table 5.3: Area 3 Results

Digitized-no hwy Case II

Mean Std.Dev. CV(%)

Area Miles2

Area 3

Area 3

Case Number

Hand

Case I

Digitized-hwy

Case II

PrePro-30

Case III

PrePro-10

Case III

WMS-30

Case III

WMS-10

Case III

Perimeter

LFP

Slope

Miles

Miles

%

91

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