Adam Stonewall

Hydrologist in the Oregon Water Science Center.  With Portland Field Office since 2001.  B.S. in hydrology from the University of Arizona.  M.S. in forest hydrology from the University of British Columbia.  Thesis was “The Use of Monte-Carlo Simulations in the Detection of Nonstationarity in Peak-Annual Flood Time Series of British Columbia.” 

Biography

My background is primarily in flood frequency analysis.  I also have strong interest and/or experience in statistical testing for nonstationarity, climate change, monte-carlo simulations and nonparametric statistics.

Science and Products

Publications

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Year Published: 2015

Development of a HEC-RAS temperature model for the North Santiam River, northwestern Oregon

A one-dimensional, unsteady streamflow and temperature model (HEC-RAS) of the North Santiam and Santiam Rivers was developed by the U.S. Geological Survey to be used in conjunction with previously developed two-dimensional hydrodynamic water-quality models (CE-QUAL-W2) of Detroit and Big Cliff Lakes upstream of the study area.

Stonewall, Adam J.; Buccola, Norman L.
Stonewall, A.J., and Buccola, N.L., 2015, Development of a HEC-RAS temperature model for the North Santiam River, northwestern Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2015-1006, 26 p., http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/ofr20151006.
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Year Published: 2014

Comparison of historical streamflows to 2013 Streamflows in the Williamson, Sprague, and Wood Rivers, Upper Klamath Lake Basin, Oregon

Hess, Glen W.; Stonewall, Adam J.
Comparison of historical streamflows to 2013 Streamflows in the Williamson, Sprague, and Wood Rivers, Upper Klamath Lake Basin, Oregon; 2014; OFR; 2014-1128; Hess, Glen W.; Stonewall, Adam