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SIR 2010-5170
Kernell G. Ries III and Ken Eng, Estimation of Selected Streamflow Statistics for a Network of Low-Flow Partial-Record Stations in Areas Affected by Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) in Maryland, 50 p.

SIR 2010-5111
Kernell G. Ries III, Marilee A. Horn, Mark R. Nardi, and Steven Tessler, Incorporation of Water-Use Summaries into the StreamStats Web Application for Maryland, 28 p.

FS 2008-3067
Kernell Ries III and others, StreamStats: A Water Resources Web Application, 6p.

Technical Manual 4-A6
Compiled by Kernell G. Ries III with sections by J.B. Atkins, P.R. Hummel, M. Gray (Aqua Terra Consultants, Inc.), R. Dusenbury (Aqua Terra Consultants, Inc.), M.E. Jennings, W.H. Kirby, H.C. Riggs, V.B. Sauer, and W.O. Thomas, Jr., The National Streamflow Statistics Program: A Computer Program for Estimating Streamflow Statistics for Ungaged Sites, 48p.

FS 2004-3115
By Kernell G. Ries III, Peter A. Steeves, Jaqueline D. Coles, Alan H. Rea, and David W. Stewart, StreamStats: A U.S. Geological Survey Web Application for Stream Information, 2000, 4p.

SIR 2004-5190
By Lisa D. Olsen and Frederick J. Tenbus, Design and Analysis of a Natural-Gradient Groundwater Tracer Test in a Freshwater Tidal Wetland, West Branch Canal Creek, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, 116p.

WRIR 03-4124
Angélica L. Gutiérrez-Magness and Jeff P. Raffensperger, Development, Calibration, and Analysis of a Hydrologic and Water-Quality Model of the Delaware Inland Bays Watershed, 46 p.

By Edward J. Doheny and Jonathan J.A. Dillow, Adjustments to U.S. Geological Survey Peak-Flow Magnitude-Frequency Relations in Delaware and Maryland Following Hurricane Floyd, September 1999, 8 p.

Steven E. Yochum, A Revised Load Estimation Procedure for the Susquehanna, Potomac, Patuxent, and Choptank Rivers, 49p.

Stephen D. Preston, Statistical Identification of Hydrochemical Response Units for Hydrologic Monitoring and Modeling in Maryland

WRIR 99-4224
Kurt C. Hinaman and Frederick J. Tenbus, Hydrogeology and Simulation of Groundwater Flow at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, 72p.

WRIR 99-4054
Stephen D. Preston and John W. Brakebill, Application of Spatially Referenced Regression Modeling for the Evaluation of Total Nitrogen Loading in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed 1 table, 12 figures, 12 p.

WRIR 97-4279
J.J. Dillow, Technique for Simulating Peak-Flow Hydrographs in Maryland, 39 p.

FS 126-97
By Stephen D. Preston Evaluation of the Stream-Gaging Network in Maryland, Delaware, and Washington, D.C., 4 p.

WRIR 95-4154
J.J.A. Dillow, Technique for Estimating Magnitude and Frequency of Peak Flows in Maryland, 55 p.


Brakebill, J. W., 1994, Applications of a geographic information system in water-quality assessment of the Potomac River Basin study unit, National Water-Quality Assessment Program [abs.]: Abstract Booklet, Mid-Atlantic Highlands Area Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Conference, Hershey, Pennsylvania, February 23-25, 1994, p. 63.

Gerhart, J.M. 1994, Study design for assessing the occurrence and distribution of water-quality conditions in the Potomac River Basin study unit, NAWQA program [abs.]: Abstract Booklet, Mid-Atlantic Highlands Area Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Conference, Hershey, Pennsylvania, February 23-25, 1994, p. 39.

Gerhart, J.M., and Brakebill, J.W., 1993, Design of a multi-scale water-quality assessment for the Potomac River Basin [abs.]: EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, Supplement with abstracts for the 1993 Spring Meeting, Baltimore, Md.

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