3 edition of Low-flow characteristics of Louisiana streams found in the catalog.
Low-flow characteristics of Louisiana streams
Max J. Forbes
|Statement||by Max J. Forbes, Jr. ; State of Louisiana, Department of Transportation and Development, Office of Public Works, in cooperation with the United States Geological Survey.|
|Series||Water resources technical report ;, no. 22|
|Contributions||Louisiana. Office of Public Works., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||GB1225.L6 F67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 95 p.,  fold. leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||80623625|
Low-flow characteristics of Ohio streams / (Columbus, Ohio: U.S. Geological Survey, ), by Dorothy Pompey Johnson and Kevin D. Metzker (page images at HathiTrust) Interim report to Congress 30 September Section 32 Program: Streambank Erosion Control Evaluation and . Introduction. Although only just over 3% ( million km 2) of the earth’s continental land surface is covered with water (Downing et al., ), this aqueous component is clearly vital to all aquatic and terrestrial organisms, including pool, lake, and wetland habitats (=lentic) contain times as much water as stream and river habitats (=lotic), most of the water is held Author: James H. Thorp, Alan P. Covich.
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Rivers and streams have many of the same economic, recreational, and environmental values and uses as lakes. However, the stresses associated with human use may have begun earlier on rivers because of their importance as transportation routes when roads were few and as sources of power when the Industrial Revolution was in its infancy in the United States. As discussed in Section , the transport characteristics, trapping potential, and downstream impacts of fine and coarse sediment are quite distinct, and should be considered separately. For example, gravels are trapped with % efficiency in most reservoirs, commonly leading to gravel deficits downstream, and it is rare that gravels can be.
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Get this from a library. Low-flow characteristics of streams in the Mississippi embayment in southern Arkansas, northern Louisiana, and northeastern Texas. [Paul R Speer; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
OFRMonthly low-flow characteristics of Georgia streams (Abstract only) Hawaii. SIRFlood-Frequency Estimates for Streams on Kaua'i, O'ahu, Moloka'i, Maui, and Hawai'i, State of Hawai'i; SIRMedian and Low-Flow Characteristics for Streams Under Natural and Diverted Conditions, Northeast Maui, Hawaii.
IQ-year low-flow characteristics for ungaged sites on streams in Mississippi. U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Repon Flood Characteristics of Mississippi Streams. Background Understanding and defining drought by the National Drought Mitigation Center. OSW Memos SW Adjustments for zero-flow items SW Updating Streamflow/Basin Characteristics File SW Low-Flow Programs SW Low-Flow Frequency Estimates SW Policy on Providing Low-Flow Information.
However, for low flow measurement on small streams, the narrow channel width and shallow water depths usually make it impractical to follow recommended guidelines regarding the minimum number of vertical profiles for the cross section, and minimum number of depths for velocity measurements at each profile (K.
Oberg, personal communication). The Sunflower River (also known as the Big Sunflower River) is one of the main tributaries of the Yazoo River in the U.S. state of is navigable by barge for 50 miles. It rises in De Soto County, Mississippi near the Tennessee border and flows south for miles to the Yazoo River.
At Clarksdale on its banks, the annual Sunflower River Blues & Gospel Festival is held. Low-flow characteristics of streams in South Carolina. An ongoing understanding of streamflow characteristics of the rivers and streams in South Carolina is important for the protection and preservation of the State’s water resources.
Figure shows several flow-duration curves for Ohio streams. During low-flow conditions, the curves for several of the streams, such as the Mad, Hocking, and Scioto Rivers, and Little Beaver Creek, trend toward the horizontal, while Grand River, and Whiteoak and Home Creeks all remain very steep.
WRI Low-flow characteristics of Kentucky streams, by K.J. Ruhl and G.R. Martin. WRI The computer program EStimate TREND (ESTREND), A system for the detection of trends in water-quality data, by T.L. Schertz, R.B. Alexander, and D.J. Ohe. In contrast, most recent studies from the McMurdo Sound Region have focused on microbial mat diatoms from glacial meltwater streams, where flow regime is a dominant structuring variable (Esposito.
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streambeds and low velocities. If designed and constructed properly. The simulations show that for the period from to years into the future, the aggradation downstream of a diversion structure, i.e., ~ m, is of the same order of magnitude of the bed forms at low flow and is on the order of 1/10 of the average channel depth in Cited by: A comparison of methods for estimating low flow characteristics of streams.
Water Resources Bulletin, Vol. 23, No. 6, pp. – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 4. Information on low-flow characteristics of streams is essential for the management of water resources.
This report provides equations for estimating the 1- 7- and day mean low flows for a recurrence interval of 10 years and the harmonic-mean flow at ungaged, unregulated stream sites in Indiana.
for streams in this area of the state throughout the year. As in the Barataria-Terrebonne Use Attainability Analysis, it may be appropriate to establish a criterion of lower magnitude during the time frame in which high temperature, low flow, limited mixing, and low rainfall conditionsFile Size: 2MB.
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