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Fluvial sediment study of Fishtrap and Dewey Lakes drainage basins, Kentucky - Virginia

William F Curtis

Fluvial sediment study of Fishtrap and Dewey Lakes drainage basins, Kentucky - Virginia

by William F Curtis

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sediment transport -- Virginia,
  • Sediment transport -- Kentucky,
  • Drainage -- Kentucky,
  • Drainage -- Virginia

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William F. Curtis, Russell F. Flint, and Frederick H. George
    SeriesWater resources investigations -- 77-123
    ContributionsFlint, R. F., George, Frederick H, Santos, John F, Geological Survey (U.S.), United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Huntington District
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 92 p. :
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13601942M

    Fluvial Geomorphology 1. Drainage Basins The Fluvial System Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Sediment Production Sediment Transport Sediment Deposition. 6 Photo Source: Frederick Harrison Edmunds, “The Lake Cut-Off Meander Meandering Stream, Sinuosity >3 Abandoned Meanders Ox-Bow Lakes. Davis, R.W., , Data from test drilling to trace movement of ground water in coal bearing rocks near Fish Trap Lake in Pike County, Kentucky: U.S. Geological Survey. Davis, R.W., , Movement of ground water in coal bearing rocks near Fishtrap Lake in Pike County, Kentucky.

    Résumé (eng) Abstract Fingerprinting of fluvial suspended sediment sources using a range of physical and chemical properties has been shown by a number of studies to offer a valuable alternative to the intensive monitoring techniques traditionally used to determine suspended sediment sources in drainage by: Jim White serves as a guano miner and foreman kentucky mine foreman study guide. Fluvial sediment study of Fishtrap and Dewey Lakes - and from to 3, tons per square mile where underground mining Fluvial sediment study of Fishtrap and Dewey Lakes drainage basins, Kentucky.

    OPEN-FILE REPORTS Simulated drawdown for selected well fields in the Ohio River alluvial aquifer, by H.F. Grubb, 38 p. $ Ground water in the alluvium along the Green River between its mouth and Woodbury, Kentucky, by P.D. Ryder, , 2 plates $ Graphic lithologic logs of four U.S. Geological Survey cores of Carboniferous rocks, Lawrence County, Kentucky, by C.W. Start studying Fluvial Processes/Landscapes. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. and the land in-between the water channels (the catchment area), forms the rivers drainage basin or watershed. drainage divides. the greater the velocity, the greater potential for erosion & the more sediment.


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Fluvial sediment study of Fishtrap and Dewey Lakes drainage basins, Kentucky - Virginia by William F Curtis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Fourteen drainage basins above Fishtrap and Dewey Lakes in the Levisa Fork and Johns Creek drainage basins of eastern Kentucky and southwestern Virginia were studied to determine sedimentation rates and origin of sediment entering the two lakes.

The basins ranged in size from to square miles. Fourteen drainage basins above Fishtrap and Dewey Lakes, and ranging in size from to sq mi in eastern Kentucky and southeastern Virginia were studied to determine origin and magnitudes of sediment.

Sediment yields from surface-mined areas ranged. Fluvial sediment study of Fishtrap and Dewey Lakes drainage basins, Kentucky - Virginia [Curtis, William F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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[William F Curtis; R F Flint; Frederick H George; John Francis Santos; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Huntington District.].

Fourteen drainage basins above Fishtrap and Dewey Lakes, and ranging in size from to sq mi in eastern Kentucky and southeastern Virginia were studied.

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