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Hydrologic and geomorphic studies of the Platte River basin
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Platte River Hydrologic Forecast for Water Year - January KB: Janu Hydrologic Forecast for Water Year - December Platte River Hydrologic Forecast for Water Year - December KB: Decem FINAL December 10 PRRIP GC Quarterly Meeting Minutes. Year Published: Flood-inundation maps for the North Platte River at Scottsbluff and Gering, Nebraska, Digital flood-inundation maps for an mile reach of the North Platte River, from miles upstream from the Highway 92 bridge to 3 miles downstream from the Highway 71 bridge in Scottsbluff County, were created by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in cooperation with the Cities.
Scenario analysis is used to understand potential hydrologic impacts causes by conservation and development decisions. The methodology presented here was first developed on the San Pedro River Basin on the U.S./Mexico border (Figure 1) and then applied to the South Platte River Basin in Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska (Figure 2). Objectives 1. A geomorphic history based on topographic map evidence Abstract: This overview essay provides highlights from more detailed essays describing drainage divide areas for the Iowa and Missouri Platte River drainage basin (which should not be confused with the Nebraska Platte River drainage basin, which is addressed by a separate overview essay and separate more detailed.
Hydrologic and morphologic changes in the channels of the Platte River Basin in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska: a historical perspective, p. A1–A In Hydrologic and geomorphic studies of the Platte River Basin. The study area for this analysis was a km reach of the central Platte River extending from Overton to Chapman, Nebraska ().This reach includes the critical habitat area for the whooping crane (USFWS, ).As is the case with the central Platte River as a whole, this reach is comprised of braided to anastomosed channels that have narrowed substantially over time.
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Inthe U.S. Geological Survey began investigations in the Platte River basin to determine the effects of water use on the hydrology and morphology of the Platte River and its major tributaries. These investigations also considered the relationship of hydrologic regime Author: U.S.
Geological Survey. Hydrologic and morphologic changes in the channels of the Platte River basin in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska, a historical perspective / by T.R.
Eschner, R.F. Hadley, and K.D. Crowley --Effects of water development on surface-water hydrology, Platte River basin in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska upstream from Duncan, Nebraska / by J.E. Coastal processes study of San Bernard River mouth, Texas: stability and maintenance of mouth / (Vicksburg, MS: US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center, Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory, ), by Nicholas C.
Kraus, Li-Hwa Lin, Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory (U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station), Engineer Research and Development. Project Study Areas. Surficial Geologic Mapping Studies in the Greater Platte River Basins. South Platte River Corridor, Eastern Colorado; Niobrara National Scenic River, Nebraska; Eolian Sediments in the Greater Platte River Basins, Great Plains; Missouri River Corridor Geologic Mapping; Small-Scale Surficial Geologic Mapping in the Northern Plains.
Aspects of the Platte River in south-central Nebraska were examined at three scales. At the local scale, two quadrangles were mapped that show the main geomorphic elements of the Platte River Valley. At an intermediate scale, the distribution of alluvial units in the Platte River Valley was mapped.
At a regional scale, the geologic history of the Front Range and adjacent depositional areas and. A Geomorphologic Study of River Basins and Hydrologic Response Keith R. Helmlinger and Efi Foufoula-Georgiou St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory Department of Civil and Mineral Engineering University Of NIinnesota YIinneapolis, NIinnesota Technical Report Number Water Resources Research Center University of NIinnesota.
Hydrologic and geomorphic studies of the Platte River basin. Klamath River Basin hydrologic conditions prior to the September die-off of salmon and steelhead U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO.: Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor], ), by Robin L. Bunch and Geological.
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Permalink. total gauges 5 gauges in flood Reset View. Forecast available Probability and forecasts available. To set the hydrologic condition for June, an index of conditions is computed using four Platte basin variables and their corresponding values were as follows: The mean May streamflow in the Platte River at Grand Island was 1, cfs (provisional USGS data), or at the percentile level of April flows.; The mean May Palmer Drought Severity Index for four zones (NCDC.
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Genre/Form: Online resources: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Eschner, T.R. Hydrologic and geomorphic studies of the Platte River basin (DLC) _____, Hydrologic and geomorphic studies of the Platte River basin: U.S.
Geological Survey Professional Paperp. U.S. Soil Conservation Service,Hydric soils of the State of Nebraska, 8 p. _____, Status of resource projects and river basins in Nebraska, 1 p.
A geomorphic history based on topographic maps Abstract: This overview essay provides highlights from more detailed essays illustrating and describing topographic map evidence which is interpreted to determine origins of drainage divides between all major Platte River tributary drainage basins and Platte River drainage divides with all major adjacent drainage basins.
Hydrologic and Morphologic Changes in Channels of the Platte River Basin in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska: A Historical Perspective Book January with 37 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Moderate flood stage. Flooding of yards and basements may occur along the South Platte River. Water may flow over Buffalo Bill Road just north of the South Platte River Bridge.
Water may continue to back up in storm drains in the City of North Platte. Water may begin to flow over Buffalo Bill Road just north of the South Platte River. evaluation is quite useful for water resource study in river basin planning.
The evolution of the landscape of the Parri basin is mainly resulted due to various natural geomorghic processes like erosion,deposition and peneplanation.
A detailed geomorphic map prepared using aerial photographs. In such a broadly-based study it is impossible to assess all aspects of the hydrologic and geomorphic changes, but it is possible to identify (1) a restricted set of hydrologic parameters and estimate the responses to the controls of dams, and (2) measure ecologically meaningful characteristics of the geomorphology that respond to hydrologic.
Hydrology is the study of water. As a science, hydrology has evolved in response to the need to understand Earth's complex water systems and help solve water problems. The supply of water available for human use is limited by nature. parts of three States: 79% of the basin is in Colorado, 15% is in Nebraska, and 6% is in Wyoming.
The South Platte River originates in the mountains of central Colorado at the Continental Divide and flows about mi northeast across the Great Plains to its confluence with the North Platte River at North Platte, Nebraska. Research Interests Glaciation, geomorphology, and subglacial processes; Quaternary geomorphic responses to climate change investigated through geologic mapping in the Great Plains, Basin and Range Province, and Great Lakes regions; Quaternary geologic and geomorphic record of large river.
Hydrologic and geomorphic processes are responsible for the formation and development of morphometric parameters in a drainage basin. Basin is not only control by hydrologic but there is .An alternative and more likely direction for a base leveling stream in the Green River Basin in Gilbert Peak time, therefore, was eastward toward the North Platte River, as first suggested by Bradley (, p.
) and as elaborated by Hansen (, b).BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WATER-RELATED STUDIES, SOUTH PLATTE RIVER BASIN-COLORADO, NEBRASKA, AND WYOMING BY KEVIN F. DENNEHY AND JORGE R. ORTIZ-ZAYAS ABSTRACT This collection of more than 1, bibliographic references focuses on the numerous environmental factors that affect water quality in the South Platte River basin.
This publication is the.