Potamology Investigation. A Study of the Shift in the Stage-Discharge Relationship of the Missouri River at Sioux City, Iowa
WATER AND ENVIRONMENT CONSULTANTS INC FORT COLLINS CO
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The purpose of this study is to identify the revelant data - such as construction, stream morphology, and trends of tributaries - to the observed chronologic changes in river stage of the Missouri River at the Sioux City, Iowa area during the approximate period of 1954-1974. The causal relationships present for the observed effects are to be determined and recommendations are to be made for any further data requirements. The investigation includes a study of the following data a Missouri River Stage - Discharge Measurements at Yankton, Sioux City, Decatur, and Omaha. b Yearly water surface profiles of the Missouri River Ponca to Omaha. c Channel cross-sections at Sioux City, Iowa. d Channel Relocation and Mainstem Dam Construction History. e Missouri River Mileage Data. f Missouri River Flow Records. g Suspended sediment measurements at Yankton, S. Dakota, Sioux City, Iowa, and Omaha, Nebraska.
- Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology
- Civil Engineering