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Tank-Model Parameter. 1. 2. Precipitation Extrema for the World (from Griffiths 1985, p. 125. In: David O. , New York, NY. 3. 1. 2. Alphabetical listing of some major soils of the North Central Region of the United States and Alaska and their mean equilibrium infiltration rates, as measured with a Sprinkling Infiltrometer. 3. 4a. 4b. Runoff curve numbers for cultivated agricultural lands (Soil Conservation Service, 1986). 4c. Runoff curve numbers for other agricultural lands (Soil Conservation Service, 1986).

7. , 1975). 8. 9. 10. 3 Standard Lower Atmosphere. 9 An Example of a Gravimetric Soil Sampling Program to Determine ET. 15 m Tall, Well-watered Grass Turf (ET0). 16 Typical Values of the Resistance per Unit Leaf Area, TI, and Bulk Stomatal Resistance, rs, for Various Canopy Types. ) = 1. 1 Typical Value Ranges for Porosities and Specific Yield for Various Aquifer Materials. . 3 Typical Value Ranges for Hydraulic Conductivity, K, for Various Aquifer Materials. . 10 Manning n for Overland Flow.

Major precipitation areas associated with this classical cyclone model are to the north of the warm front, extending cyclonically around the low center northward and westward some distance. This area of precipitation is often rather uniform, with maximum amounts typically 50 to 250 km north of the low pressure center. Another area of precipitation in this model is along the cold front where cold air rushing in at the surface causes warmer air ahead of the front to ascend, often producing convective types of clouds.

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