|Statement||Lombard North Group and Sibbald Group ; prepared [for Oldman River Basin Study Management Committee] by B. L. Horejsi, R. I. Andrews, and R. V. Peiluck.|
|Contributions||Horejsi, B. L., Andrews, R. I., Peiluck, R. V., Sibbald Group., Oldman River Basin Study Management Committee (Alta.)|
|LC Classifications||QH545.D35 L65 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||79308557|
An investigation into bacterial water quality problems was conducted on an interconnected stream and irrigation system within the Oldman River Basin of southern Alberta, Canada. discharge (Q) for rivers in the Oldman River Basin, Alberta, excluding the large Lower Oldman River but including Willow Creek. The dashed line has a unit (1) slope and origin (0,0) intercept. Environmental overview of selected on stream and off stream storage sites in the Oldman River basin / Lombard North Group and Sibbald Group ; prepared [for Oldman River Basin Study Management Committee] by B.L. Horejsi, R.I. Andrews, and R.V. Peiluck. ew of Oldman River in Lethbridge, Alberta, 4 July , prior to the implementation of the Oldman River Dam that supported environmental flows. The discharge shown was about m 3 /s, +1.
MacLeod), site 13 (Oldman River downstream of the Belly River), and site 17 (Oldman River at Hwy 3 Bridge, Lethbridge) also did not have any EC levels above CFU/ mL fr om to (Fig. 3). Natural Resources South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Susquehanna River Basin Commission Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Texas Commission on Environmental . GREEN RIVER BASIN, WYOMING By H. W. Lowham ABSTRACT Width, depth, cross-sectional area, and velocity of streamflow were depicted for 51 gaged sites in or near the Green River basin of Wyoming by summarizing data obtained from current-meter discharge measurements. Relations developed by this method vary from site to site depending on. Stream bank stabilization. St. Michael’s project to shore up the eroding banks of the Crow River within the city made use of a technique called toe-wood stream bank stabilization. Logs and downed trees with their roots still attached were buried along the outside bend of the river .
Available USGS data for the 14 stream stations listed in table 6, and for the Gardiner River near Mammoth in Yellowstone National Park, were summarized by month. The period of record used generally was , although the period was slightly different for a few stations; however, for the Gardiner River, the record extends from Cary, L.E. and C. Parrett. "Synthesis of Natural Flows at Selected Sites in and near the Milk River Basin, " Water-Resources Investigations Report U. S. Geological Survey. A benefit-cost analysis of the Springbank Off-stream Reservoir was conducted using updated flood damage curves developed through the Provincial Flood Damage Assessment Study. Forecasting, damage/hazard assessments, and other flood-related studies. Advice to Government on Water Management in the Bow River Basin Report author: Bow River Working Group. The most simplistic answer is that all the water in a river comes from the sky—and that is certainly true, as streamflow is one part of the water is also true that most of the water flowing in rivers comes from precipitation runoff from the surrounding landscape (watershed).. But, the water in a river doesn't all come from surface runoff.