2 edition of Low-flow characteristics of streams in the St. Croix River Basin, Wisconsin found in the catalog.
Low-flow characteristics of streams in the St. Croix River Basin, Wisconsin
B. K. Holmstrom
|Statement||B.K. Holmstrom ; prepared in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources : [prepared by United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey].|
|Series||Water resources investigations, Open file report -- 80-696., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 80-696.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)., Wisconsin. Dept. of Natural Resources.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
Relation of physical and chemical characteristics of streams to fish communities in the Red River of the North Basin, Minnesota and North Dakota, / (Mounds View, Minn.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Branch of Information Services [distributor], ), by Robert M. Goldstein, National Water-Quality. Flow Characteristics of Minnesota Streams, Division of Waters, Soils and Minerals Technical Paper No. 4, Upper Mississippi River Comprehensive Basin Study, Volumes VI-Appendices K-N, September 1 volume. Signing Proposal .
Methods for Estimating Flow-Duration Curve and LowFlow Frequency Statistics for Ungaged Locations on Small Streams in Minnesota Basin Characteristics Low-flow characteristics of streams are related to the physical, geologic, and climatic properties of drainage basins (Smakhtin, ). St. Croix River BC Eau. The Chippewa River of Wisconsin, like the St. Croix and Wisconsin rivers, begins in the Superior Upland physiographic province and ends in the Central Lowland (Fig. , Fig. ). The Chippewa River transports a tremendous volume of sand from the deposits left behind by the Wisconsin glaciation. Deposition of sand at the mouth of the Chippewa.
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Get this from a library. Low-flow characteristics of streams in the St. Croix River Basin, Wisconsin. [B K Holmstrom; Geological Survey (U.S.); Wisconsin. Department of Natural Resources.]. LOW-FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF STREAMS IN THE LOWER WISCONSIN RIVER BASIN 5. Report Date February 7.
Author(s) W. Gebert 8. Performing Organization Kept. No- USGS/WRI 9. Performing Organization Name and Address U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division University Avenue Madison, Wisconsin Pro(ect/Task/Work Unit Cited by: 3. Low-Flow Characteristics of Wisconsin Streams at Sewage-Treatment Plants and Industrial Plants B.
HOLMSTROM ABSTRACT Low-flow characteristics of Wisconsin streams at sewage-treatment plants and 1^3 industrial plants in 30 river basins are presented in this report. The low-flow characteristics are the annual minimum 7-day meanCited by: 4. Low-flow characteristics of streams in the Rock-Fox River basin, Wis., include estimates of low-flow frequency ad flow duration at 13 gaging stations; low-flow frequency characteristics at 32 low-flow partial-record stations and 78 miscellaneous sites; and a list of base-flow discharge measurements at miscellaneous sites.
Equations are provided to estimate low-flow characteristics at. Lov-flov characteristics of streams in the Trempealeau-Black River "basin are presented. Included are estimates of low-flow frequency and flow duration at 9 gaging stations, and low-flow frequency characteristics at 20 low-flow partial-record stations and miscellaneous sites.
Ten equations are provided to estimate low-flow characteristics at ungaged sites and at sites where one "base-flow. CROIX RIVER BASIN KETTLE RIVER BELOW SANDSTONE, MN LOCATIONLat '20", long '50", in NW 1 / 4 SW 1 / 4 sec.
22, T N., R W., Pine County, Hydrologic Uniton Sandstone Low-flow characteristics of streams in the St. Croix River Basin Correctional. CROIX RIVER BASIN SNAKE RIVER NEAR PINE CITY, MN LOCATIONLat '30", long '00", in SE 1 / 4 NW 1 / 4 sec.
26, T. 39 N., R. 21 W., Pine County, Hydrologic Uniton left bank at site of former power plant. Differences between the long-term data sets can be used to determine the part of the St. Croix River Basin where change has occurred. Trends at the Danbury site reflect changes in the upper basin (1, square miles), trends in the difference between the St.
Croix Falls and Danbury sites reflect changes that occurred in the part of the drainage basin between those two sites (4, square miles. Croix River. Gordon Dam Landing to CCC Bridge Landing: Unfloatable CCC Bridge to Riverside Landing: Low Riverside Landing to Norway Point Landing: Low Norway Point Landing to Highway 70 Landing: Good Highway 70 to Nevers Dam Landing: Good Nevers Dam Landing to St.
Croix Falls/Taylors Falls: Good No access between St. Croix Falls/Taylors Falls hydroelectric dam and the Interstate. Perform a Full-Text Phrase Search by Title, Subcollection, or Journals and Series Use * for truncation: book* = books, bookie, booking organization, and descriptive material) is copyrighted by University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents.
Table 1 is a comparision of month's end water in storage from May to September Georgia-Pacific Corporation and its subsidiary, the St.
Croix River Company, controls most of the storage in the St. Croix River Basin, partic- ularly Spednik Lake and East Grand Lake. 8 Methods for Estimating Flow-Duration Curve and Low-Flow Frequency Statistics for Ungaged Locations on Small Streams Table 1. Basin characteristics tested as explanatory variables in the.
Development of regression equations to revise estimates of historical streamflows for the St. Croix River at Stillwater, Minnesota (water years ), and Prescott, Wisconsin (water years.
Water-Data Report ST. CROIX RIVER AT PRESCOTT, WI. Croix Basin Lower St. Croix Subbasin. LOCATIONLat 44°44 57, long 92°48 16 referenced to North American Datum ofin SE ¼ SE ¼ sec.9, T N., R W., Pierce County, Hydrologic Unit DRAINAGE AREA, mi².
SURFACE-WATER RECORDS. A drainage basin study of the waters draining into the Atlantic Ocean from the mouth of the Susquehanna River to the watershed of the Savannah River: same being District no. III of the drainage basin study of the United States / (Washington: [National Resources Committee], ), by William M.
Piatt, United States. Works Progress. Minnesota Pollution Control Agency funding: Methods used to compute low-flow frequency characteristics for continuous-record streamflow stations in Minnesota, Water-quality and aquatic-community characteristics of selected reaches of the St.
Croix River, Minnesota and Wisconsin. The Mississippi River is the second-longest river and chief river of the second-largest drainage system on the North American continent, second only to the Hudson Bay drainage system.
From its traditional source of Lake Itasca in northern Minnesota, it flows generally south for 2, miles (3, km) to the Mississippi River Delta in the Gulf of Mexico. Country: United States.
The population is primarily found in the middle reaches of the river in Chisago and Washington Counties, Minnesota, and Polk and St.
Croix Counties, Wisconsin (river miles (RM) 16 to ). Seventeen live spectaclecase were collected from river mile 16 in the St.
Croix River in. Effluent Standards ST. CROIX FALLS The City of St. Croix Falls was reissued its original NPDES permit on 30 June to continue discharging effluent from the WWTP to the St.
Croix River. This permit, Wisconsin Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (WPDES) Permit No. WI, will expire on 30 June Seven Mile Creek is a minor watershed in the Lower Minnesota River Basin (near St.
Peter, Minnesota). These maps are based on a study that examined historic aerial photos over time. The study found that the Seven Mile Creek watershed lost about.
This project will advance restoration on a mile reach of North River in Augusta County, Virginia, within the George Washington National Forest. The purpose of the immediate project is to install a series of cross-vein and J-structure in-stream devices to stabilize flows and to create and maintain low water pools that will serve as essential brook trout habitat during droughts and seasonal.Prusak, P.
and L. Franson Groundwater monitoring survey: village of Milltown, Polk County, Northwest District, permit # WisconsinImpact upon local property taxes of acquisitions within the St. Croix River State Forest in Burnett and Polk counties.
Rosner, Monroe H. () Impacts of a floodwater-retarding structure on year class strength and production by wild brown trout in a Wisconsin coulee stream.