1 edition of Floods of May-June 1953 in Missouri River basin in Montana found in the catalog.
Floods of May-June 1953 in Missouri River basin in Montana
|Statement||prepared under the direction of J.V.B. Wells ; prepared in cooperation with the Montana State Engineer, agencies of the Federal Government, and the Dominion of Canada.|
|Series||Floods of 1953, Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1320-B, U.S. Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1320-B.|
|Contributions||Wells, J. V. B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, p. 69-153 p. :|
|Number of Pages||153|
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FLOODS OF FLOODS OF MAY-JUNE IN MISSOURI RIVER BASIN IN MONTANA ABSTRACT The floods of May-June in the Missouri River basin in Montana exceeded previously known floods in a somewhat localized area south and east of the city of Great Falls, and in a large surrounding area approached the disastrous flood of June Author: J.V.B.
Wells. Get this from a library. Floods of May-June in Missouri River basin in Montana. [J V B Wells; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States. Department of the Interior.;]. Floods of May-June in Missouri River basin in Montana Water Supply Paper B By: J.V.B.
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The flood year a cultural history / "The Great Mississippi Flood ofwhich covered nearly thirty thousand square miles across seven states, was the most destructive river flood in U.S.
history. Due to the speed of new media and the slow progress of the flood, this was the first environmental disaster to be experienced on a m. WSP B / Wells, J. / FLOODS OF MAY-JUNE IN MISSOURI RIVER BASIN IN MONTANA,pb, 85 pages, 11 figs., 5 tables, 2 plates (in pocket), $ 23 WSP / WATER LEVELS AND ARTESIAN PRESSURES IN OBSERVATION WELLS IN THE UNITED STATES -PART 1.
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Geological Survey Water-Supply Paperp. U.S. Geological Survey, b, Surface water supply of the United. The Kansas - Missou ri Floods Have We Forgot ten. Ernest Kary, Lee Larson, Billy Olsen, and Craig Warren, all hydrologists at the Missouri Basin River Forecast Center at that time.
Although most of the original report remains accurate today, Robert Cox has May. Jul 09, · The flood of May-June in the Columbia River Basin was the greatest in the basin since the historic flood of This is a USGS publication.
Feb 05, · Upper Missouri River Basin. February Calendar Year Runoff Forecast. February 5, of the upper Basin and in most of the lower Basin.
Northern Montana, central South Dakota, and Mountain snowpack is the primary factor used to predict May, June, and July runoff volumes in. Aug 05, · areas of Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, and Nebraska. To date, MAF of runoff has occurred in the upper Basin, which is % of the normal August 1 volume.
Calendar Year Forecast Synopsis. The calendar year runoff forecast for the upper Missouri Basin above Sioux City, IA is.
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Riggs. The Missouri River is over 2, miles long and the Missouri River basin encompassessquare miles, spans parts of 10 states and two Canadian provinces and drains 1/6 of the United States (Figure 8).
Extensive flooding in the basin and around the country prior to and during resulted in the Flood Control Act of Creator: Haines, Aubrey L. Provenance Note: Literary manuscripts, research materials, and papers created or collected by Aubrey L.
Haines were donated to Special Collections by Alan and Calvin Haines on October 21, This collection supplements an earlier donation from Aubrey Haines on May 31, and processed as the Aubrey L. Haines Papers, Collection Full text of "The effect of altered streamflow on the hydrology and geomorphology of the Yellowstone River Basin, Montana" See other formats.
Records relating to enlisted men, Officers' record book, n.d. Proceedings of the board for examination of enlisted men, Order books, Reports of meetings of the General Board of Assistants, Records concerning the transfer of meteorological functions to the Agriculture Department, River alteration and niche overlap among three native minnows (Cyprinidae) in the Missouri River hydrosystem Article in Journal of Fish Biology 68(5) - · May with 38 Reads.
Massive flood on Columbia River – May-June, Aggravated by three days of intense rainfall, below normal temperatures delay snow-melt in nearby mountain ranges, resulting in a flood in excess of one million cfs in Columbia Valley. Flood erases the city of Vanport Oregon, causing 19, to flee with only the clothes on their backs.
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