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Runoff Curve Number of the SCS

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i am trying my wife to get info on this point, she is trying to understand it, she is new on the subject. please help us to find info, definition and examples about:

i found this link:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Runoff_curve_number

but i need in more detail, any one can post useful links

thanks in advance
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The run off number basically tells you how much surface water a rainfall will produce.
The link you provided included a definition and a large number of links amplifing that definition. Have you looked at all the links? Do you have any specific questions?
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yes, thanks it is useful

thanks again :)
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