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Hydrologic and morphologic changes in channels of the Platte River basin

Hydrologic and morphologic changes in channels of the Platte River basin

a historical perspective

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey in Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrology -- Nebraska -- Platte River

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby T.R. Eschner, R.F. Hadley, and K.D. Crowley
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 81-1125, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 81-1125
    ContributionsHadley, R. F. 1924-, Crowley, K. D, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13605420M

    hydrologic modeling. In the South Platte River Basin there are many reservoirs that impact downstream flow and sedimentation. Six reservoirs, including Cheesman Reservoir, were characterized and used as “pour points” for AGWA and SWAT modeling. Cheesman Figure Change in Human Use Index (HUI), Hydrologic. As well, a similar trend was observed in Arkansas-White-Red river basin, where the mean annual precipitation varies from mm to mm and runoff varies from 3 mm to mm. Capturing these high hydrologic variations in the river basin with a limited parameter set was indeed a daunting task for the simple flow calibration by: 4.

    T. R. Eschner has written: 'Hydrologic and morphologic changes in channels of the Platte River basin' -- subject(s): Hydrology Asked in Lawyers What is a bar examination? Bridge Scour and Related Topics and Crowley, K.D., , Hydrologic and morphologic changes in channels of the Platte River basin: a historical perspective: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report , 57 p. Faye, R.E., and others, , Erosion, sediment discharge, and channel morphology in the Upper Chattahoochee River Basin, Georgia.

    Background discussions in Chapter 2 and the analyses of environmental law and science in Chapter 3 lead to an assessment of our understanding of the ecological foundations for threatened and endangered species in the Platte River Basin. The agencies of the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) have evaluated research into the habitat requirements of the whooping crane, piping plover, interior.   Over the last century changes in the flow of the river have altered the river channels and the distribution of roost sites. USGS researchers studied linkages between water flow, sediment supply, channel morphology, and preferred sites for crane roosting.


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Hydrologic and morphologic changes in channels of the Platte River basin Download PDF EPUB FB2

The channels of the South Platte River in Colorado and Nebraska and the North Platte and Platte Rivers in Nebraska have undergone major changes in hydrologic regime and morphology since These changes are attributed to agricultural, municipal, and industrial water use. The channels of the Platte River and its major tributaries, the South Platte and North Platte Rivers in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska, have undergone major changes in hydrologic regime and.

Major changes in hydrologic regime and morphology of channels of the Platte River and its major tributaries, the South Platte River and North Platte River in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska have occurred since aboutwhen the water resources of the basin began to be developed for agriculture, municipal, and industrial by: Hydrologic and morphologic changes in channels of the Platte River basin Pubblicazione: Denver, Colo.: U.S.

Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, The channels of the Platte River and its major tributaries, the South Platte and North Platte Rivers in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska, have undergone major changes in hydrologic regime and morphology since aboutwhen the water resources of the basin began to be developed for agricultural, municipal, and industrial : U.S.

Geological Survey. * _____, Hydrologic and morphologic changes in channels of the Platte River Basin in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska-A historical perspective: U.S.

Geological Survey Professional Paper A, p. A1-A _____, Morphologic changes in Platte River channels: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paperp. Eschner T.R., Hadley R.F., Crowley ogic and morphologic changes in channels of the Platte River basin in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska: an historical perspective United States Geological Survey Professional Paper, vol.

A (), pp. Cited by: Platte River Recovery Implementation Program. One of the goals of the Program is to achieve target flows based on the current hydrologic condition of the Platte River.

This hydrologic condition is calculated using a formula contained in the Program's Water Plan. Missouri Basin River Forecast Center. #N#River Observations. River Forecasts.

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Get this from a library. Hydrologic and morphologic changes in channels of the Platte River basin: a historical perspective. [T R Eschner; R F Hadley; K D Crowley; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Dredging and straightening of alluvial channels between and in West Tennessee caused a series of morphologic changes along modified reaches and tributary streams.

8 The Platte River Recovery Implementation Program (Program) was initiated on January 1, between 9 Nebraska, Wyoming, and Colorado and the Department of the Interior to address endangered species 10 issues in the central and lower Platte River basin.

The species considered in. Platte River Basin Environments is committed to providing opportunities for environmental education with the goal of fostering an appreciation for the natural world. By opening areas for public access to include hiking, hunting, photography, bird watching, fishing and other outdoor activities that encourage community participation and facilitate the preservation of our heritage while.

Major changes have occurred In the channel morphology and the riparian vegetation of the Platte River In Nebraska since water diversion for Irrigation began In the mid 's. Dramatic reductions In peak discharge and sedIment supply In the Big Bend Reach are responsible for these changes.

We characterized changes in stream morphology and riparian vegetation cover at eight field sites in tributary basins of the upper Arkansas River, Colorado, USA. Three of these sites have experienced flow augmentation, while five others are responding to natural flow conditions.

Data analyzed for the eight field sites included hydrologic data from U.S. Geological Survey gaging stations Cited by: River Variability and Complexity presents an interesting approach to the understanding of river variability.

Hadley, R. F., and Crowley, K. Hydrologic and Morphologic Changes in Channels of the Platte River Basin in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska: A Historical Perspective.

Change in braided river morphology resulting from Cited by: The Flow-Sediment-Mechanical approach is one of two management strategies presented in the Platte River Recovery Implementation Program's (Program) Adaptive Management Plan to create and maintain suitable riverine habitat (≥ m wide unobstructed channels) for whooping cranes (Grus americana).

The Program's Flow-Sediment-Mechanical management strategy consists of sediment augmentation Cited by: 2. Hydrologic and morphologic changes in channels of the Platte River basin; a historical perspective, by T.R. Eschner, R.F. Hadley, and K.D.

Crowley. 61 p. SUPERSEDED BY Professional Paper A. OF Permit requirements for development of energy and other selected natural resources for the State of Wyoming, by J.F.

Smith. 68 p. 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.

The Flow-Sediment-Mechanical approach is one of two management strategies presented in the Platte River Recovery Implementation Program's (Program) Adaptive Management Plan to create and maintain suitable riverine habitat (≥ m wide unobstructed channels) for Cited by: 2.

Wyoming Water Development Office Yellowtail Rd Cheyenne, WY Phone: The Platte River basin has a drainage area of about O00 km2 in Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska. The North Platte River originates in the mountains of northern Colorado, flows northward into central Wyoming, then southeastward to Nebraska.

In west-central Nebraska, the river joins the South Platte River to form the Platte River (Fig.1).MS Book and Mineral Company Geology of Nebraska Catalog T.

R., / HYDROLOGIC AND MORPHOLOGIC CHANGES IN CHANNELS OF THE PLATTE RIVER BASIN IN COLORADO, WYOMING, AND NEBRASKA: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE,afb, pages, figs., 61 tables, $ 48 K.

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