3 edition of Sediment discharge data for selected sites in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska, 1981-82 found in the catalog.
Sediment discharge data for selected sites in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska, 1981-82
J. M. Knott
by U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch in Anchorage, Alaska, Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by James M. Knott and Stephen W. Lipscomb ; prepared in cooperation with the Alaska Power Authority.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 83-870., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 83-870.|
|Contributions||Lipscomb, Stephen W., Alaska Power Authority., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Water and Sediment Quality in the Yukon River Basin, Alaska, During Water Year Open-File Report Water-quality and sediment-quality data from samples collected on the Yukon River and selected in water and sediment chemistry and discharge in upcoming decades. As a first step in understanding. Users assume responsibility for errors in the river and stream discharge data, associated metadata [river names, gauge names, drainage areas, and geographic coordinates], and the annotations contained herein. No doubt errors and discrepancies remain in the metadata and discharge records.
Figure 1: Study Sites @ Kinta River catchment Data collections including suspended load, bed load, bed material and flow discharge have been carried out during the Study (Ibrahim , Darus , Abdul Ghaffar , Sinnakaudan ). A total of set of data have been obtained for the period from September until October The study sites include 33 stream and river reaches in Idaho (figure 1). All of the study sites, except Cat Spur Creek, are within the Snake River Basin. Cat Spur Creek, in the Panhandle National Forest of northern Idaho, is part of the Spokane River Basin. The headwaters of Cat Spur Creek abut the topographic divide that defines the.
The data presented in this website are collected and processed using standard USGS protocols and other established peer-reviewed methods, and subject to rigorous quality control. Nevertheless, minor edits of these data are possible. This report presents measured sediment transport data and an effective discharge anal-ysis for four USGS gage stations along the Trinity River between Rosser, TX and Crockett, TX. Measurements of channel cross-sectional properties, bed sediment grain-size distribution, sus-.
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SEDIMENT DISCHARGE DATA FOR SELECTED SITES IN THE SUSITNA RIVER BASIN, ALASKA, OCTOBER TO FEBRUARY by James M. Knott and Stephen W.
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sediment discharge data for selected sites in the susitna river basin, alaska, october to february united states departfient of the interior geological survey sediiient disciiarge data for selected sites in the susitna river basin, alska, october to february alaska power authority anchorage, alaska SEDIMENT DISCHARGE DATA FOR SELECTED SITES IN THE SUSITNA RIVER BASIN, ALASKA, By James M.
Knott and Stephen W. Lipscomb U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OPEN-FILE REPORT Prepared in cooperation with the ALASKA POWER AUTHORITY Anchorage, Alaska Sediment transport characteristics of selected streams in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska [microform]: data for water year and trends in bedload discharge, / by James M.
Knott, Stephen W. Lipscomb, and Terry W. Lewis ; prepared in cooperation with the Alaska Power Authority Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey: Books and. The upper reaches of the Susitna River have been considered for development of a large power generation system for south-central Alaska.
Sediment and hydraulic data obtained from October to September (water year ) at selected sites on the Susitna, Chulitna, Talkectna and Yentna Rivers are summarized. Sediment data include measurements of suspended sediment and bedload discharge. Current data typically are recorded at to minute intervals, stored onsite, and then transmitted to USGS offices every 1 to 4 hours, depending on the data relay technique used.
Recording and transmission times may be more frequent during critical events. This work has had led to: (1) improved understanding of how the flow and upstream sediment supply interact with channel geometry and bed-sediment grain size, (2) improved and new methods for accurately measuring sediment transport over long timescales, (3) improved methods for serving and visualizing river flow and sediment data on the web.
Water-discharge and suspended-sediment concentration graphs for two ﬂ oods on the Mississippi River at Thebes, Illinois (USGS Streamgauging Station ; Holmesp. 17). pass-BM4-rindd pass-BM4-rindd 11/31/ PM/31/ PM. The upper reaches of the Susitna River have been considered for development of a large power generation system for south-central Alaska.
This report presents a summary and discussion of sediment and hydraulic data obtained from October to September at ten sites on the Susitna, Chulitna, Talkeetna, and Yentna Rivers.
Sediment data include measurements of suspended sediment and. The Yukon river basin (area, × 10 5 km 2) has glacierized regions mostly in the headwater Alaska Range, Wrangell Mts. and St. Elias Mts., occupying % of the basin area (Fig. 1; Brabets. Floods of October in southcentral Alaska [microform] / by Robert D.
Lamke and Bruce B. Bigelow ; prepared in cooperation with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Alaska Division of Emergency Services [and] Federal Highway Administration Dept.
of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey: Books and Open-File Reports. Following Recking et al. (), we defined three main groups of data: i. rivers assumed to have low sediment supply, i.e. rivers with channels draining highly vegetated watersheds and no clear active sediment sources and/or alluvial material; ii.
rivers with, a priori, moderate sediment supply, i.e. rivers located in catchments in which. UNITED STATES QEPRRn9EN7- OF THE INTERFOR JAMES G. WATT, Secretary GEOLOUCAE SURVEY Dal l as Peck, Di rector _l__ll_^____-l__l____I --I.
Sediment-laden water from a tributary, where development is probably taking place, entering the clearer Chattahoochee River near Atlanta, Georgia. If preventative measures are not taken on construction sites where runoff flows into a nearby stream or creek, results like this can happen.
sediment transport characteristics of selected streams in the susitna river basin, alaska: data for water year and trends in bedload discharge. Susitna Basin Recreation Rivers Management Plan. Little Susitna River Management Unit (PDF) Map (PDF) Lower Little Susitna River Subunit (PDF) State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources.
W. 7th Ave, Suite Anchorage, AK .depth and outlet depth of the basin shall be ft and ft, respectively. Local vector control regulations may apply. Sediment basins may be fenced if safety (worker or public) is a concern. The design discharge and the particle settling velocit y are used in Equation 1 to find the minimum water surface area of a basin.
Equation 2: A s=Q.Streams transport sediment in three ways. 1. in solution (dissolved load) 2. in suspension (suspended load) 3. scooting or rolling along the bottom (bed load).