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TB711

15.30

16.07

16.83

18.36

14.54

13.77

12.24

TB710

17.88

18.77

19.67

21.46

16.99

16.09

14.30

TB709

7.74

8.13

8.51

9.29

7.35

6.97

6.19

TB708

15.72

16.51

17.29

18.86

14.93

14.15

12.58

TB707

9.36

9.83

10.30

11.23

8.89

8.42

7.49

TB706

16.02

16.82

17.62

19.22

15.22

14.42

12.82

TB1003

6.66

6.99

7.33

7.99

6.33

5.99

5.33

TB1001

11.10

11.66

12.21

13.32

10.55

9.99

8.88

TB705

12.30

12.92

13.53

14.76

11.69

11.07

9.84

TB704

7.74

8.13

8.51

9.29

7.35

6.97

6.19

TB702

9.72

10.21

10.69

11.66

9.23

8.75

7.78

TB703

8.22

8.63

9.04

9.86

7.81

7.40

6.58

TB701

8.40

8.82

9.24

10.08

7.98

7.56

6.72

Table 5.13: HEC-1 Lag Input

Subbasin

Lag, min Lag +5% Lag +10% Lag +20% Lag -5% Lag -10% Lag -20%

Figure 5.13 shows the discharge values in cubic feet per second (cfs) for each return period. The relationship between discharge (Y-axis) and lag time (X- axis) is given by the linear equations shown in Figure 5.12 for 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, and 100-year events.

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