Browsing Water Resources Research Center by Subject "rainfall"

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  • Ekern, Paul C (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1993-08)
    Near O'ahu the annual oceanic evaporation is 65 in. (1651 mm) and the rainfall is 18 in. (457.2 mm), giving a 47-in. (1 193.8-mm) deficit. In 1981, evaporation over central O'ahu was 27 in. (685.8 mm) and rainfall was 197 ...
  • DeVito, Paul A; Dugan, Gordon L; Murabayashi, Edwin T; Gee, Henry K (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1995-05)
    Kaiaka and Waialua bays, located on the north shore of Oahu, Hawaii, have long-term histories of turbid water conditions occurring after significant rainfall events. The bays are the receptacles of the approximately ...
  • Chu, Pao-Shin; He, Yuxiang (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii, 1993-01)
    Hawaii rainfall is teleconnected to short-term climate variability in the Pacific Ocean. The summer Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) and summer sea-level pressure (SLP) over the North Pacific are used as predictors, and ...
  • Chiang, Shan-hsin; Chang, Jen-hu; Fok, Yu-Si (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1985-08)
    The empirical orthogonal function was applied to analyze 40-yr annual rainfall data for 80 stations in the state of Hawaii, which included 21 stations on Hawaii, 18 on Maui, 5 on Molokai, 5 on Lanai, 16 on Oahu, and 15 ...
  • Schroeder, Thomas A (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1978-09)
    I. Three significant Hawaiian rainstorms were analyzed using conventional meteorological data and photographs from Synchronous Meteorological Satellite (SMS-2). The impact of the satellite on analysis and forecasting was ...
  • Fok, Yu-Si; Fong, Ronald HL; Murabayashi, Edwin T; Lo, Andrew; Hung, Jack (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1980-03)
    In many parts of the world, public water-supply systems have shown signs of an inability to adequately service increasing demand. As a result, water shortages have occurred and moratoriums on new development areas have ...
  • Ekern, Paul C (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983-10)
    An evaporating surface made from a dark, porous carborundum stone, 6-in. (152.4-rnrn) in diameter, wetted by capillary rise from a plastic reservoir and shielded from rainfall by a clear plastic cover was designed for rainy ...

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