2 edition of Sediment transport in the Rio Grande, New Mexico found in the catalog.
Sediment transport in the Rio Grande, New Mexico
Carl F. Nordin
Includes bibliographical references (p. 35).
|Statement||by Carl F. Nordin, Jr., and Joseph P. Beverage.|
|Series||Sediment transport in alluvial channels, Geological Survey professional paper -- 462-F|
|Contributions||Beverage, Joseph P.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
This book is divided into four parts: Part 1 is entitled "A Short History of Sediment Transport"; Part 2 deals with the "Hydrodynamics of Fluid-Particle Systems"; Part 3 is concerned with the "Sediment Transport in Open Channels"; and Part 4 describes the "Sediment Transport in Closed Pipes." The intent of this book was to make each part as self-contained as possible which has made this an. sediment-transport modeling, and the modeled results were used to develop regression equations between basin area and sediment yield. The regression equations were then used to estimate the sediment yields for seven other basins of similar size, topography and underlying geology that drain to the Rio Grande between the Rio Puerco and San Acacia.
Modern sediment yield compared to geologic rates of sediment production in a semi-arid basin, New Mexico: Assessing the human impact. Earth Surface Processes and Cited by: Rio Grande rift extension began earlier in southern New Mexico (~36 million year ago) compared to the northern New Mexico (~26 million years ago), with extension peaking 10 to 16 million years ago. The axial basins are in the form of half-grabens that are tilted strongly toward the east or the west, depending on the location of the master fault.
Water-quality assessment of the Rio Grande Valley, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas: organic compounds and trace elements in bed sediment and fish tissue, [Carter, Lisa F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Water-quality assessment of the Rio Grande Valley, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas: organic compounds and trace elements in bed sediment and fish Author: Lisa F. Carter. Results of a laboratory modeling study are presented for excluding bed load sediment from a diversion/intake structure on the Rio Grande in Albuquerque, New Mexico. To achieve model similitude, crushed coal was used to model the prototype sediment in a scaled model with an exaggerated slope such that shear force is adequately modeled.
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GEOLOGIC MAP OF SLUMP-BLOCK DEPOSITS IN PART OF THE GRAND MESA AREA, DELTA AND MESA COUNTIES, COLORADO BAUM, R.L., ET AL.
Taken. The Rio Grande in New Mexico has been the site of several investigations in sediment transport. This report presents the results of a series of investiga tions at six gaging stations on the middle Rio Grande in New Mexico.
PURPOSE AND SCOPE The purpose of this report is to present observedCited by: Get this from a library. Sediment transport in the Rio Grande, New Mexico. [Carl F Nordin; Joseph P Beverage; United States. Department of the Interior.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Sediment transport in the Rio Grande, New Mexico: Series title: Professional Paper: Series number: Chapter: F: DOI: /ppF: Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Description: p.
F1-F Larger Work Type: Report: Larger Work Subtype: USGS Numbered Series: Larger Work Title: Sediment transport in alluvial channels, Get this from a library. Sediment transport in the Rio Grande, New Mexico.
[Carl F Nordin; Joseph P Beverage; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. Book: Publication Subtype: Conference publication: Title: Water and sediment in the middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico: use of a sediment transport capacity index: Year Published: Language: English: Publisher: Hydrology Days Publications: Publisher location: Fort Collins, CO: Description: 14 p.
Larger Work Title. Mengis RC () Modeling of a transient streambed in the Rio Grande, Cochiti Dam to near Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 82–, Denver, Colorado Google Scholar Cited by: 1.
Movement and Storage of Sediment in River Systems. Authors; Authors and affiliations Jr., and Beverage, J. P.,Sediment transport in the Rio Grande New Mexico: U.
Geological Survey Professional Paper F, 35 G., and Higgins, R. J.,Estimating sediment transport in a braided gravel channel—the Kawerong River Cited by: SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN ALLUVIAL CHANNELS VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION OF VELOCITY AND SUSPENDED SEDIMENT, MIDDLE RIO GRANDE, NEW MEXICO By CARL F.
NORDIN, JR. and GEORGE R. DEMPSTER, JR. ABSTRACT Samples of suspended sediment and measurements of velocity at 3 to 5 points in a vertical are used to define vertical sedimentCited by: C2 SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN ALLUVIAL CHANNELS.
over a wide area of the Southwest, including the Rio Puerco basin. Several reports deal with observations of other streams in semiarid environments, and many of the conclusions drawn probably apply to the Rio by: We use suspended‐sediment transport measurements collected at high temporal resolution to construct a suspended‐sediment budget and analyze temporal variability in suspended‐sediment transport to track changes in sediment supply over a long reach of the Rio Grande in the Big Bend region of Texas, USA, and Chihuahua and Coahuila, Mexico Cited by: Understanding sediment transport and the conditions under which sediment is deposited or eroded from the various environments in a river is therefore critical to understanding and managing sediment and sediment-related habitat in rivers.
and its tributaries in Big Bend National Park, Texas, and (6) the Rio Grande upstream from Elephant. Trace metal transport and partitioning in the suspended sediments of the Rio Grande and tributaries in central New Mexico Author links open overlay panel Carl J.
Popp Show moreCited by: The Elephant Butte Temporary Channel (Temp Channel) on the Middle Rio Grande in New Mexico was excavated from to and is being maintained to increase water and sediment delivery to Elephant Butte Reservoir. At the same time, the drought in the s resulted in the lowing Elephant Butte Reservoir pool.
The Rio Grande is the fourth longest river in North America, flowing nearly 2, miles from Colorado to the Gulf of Mexico. In New Mexico it occupies the Rio Grande Valley, where it provides water for habitat, agriculture, and a growing population.5/5(5).
Sediment supply versus local hydraulic controls on sediment transport and storage in a river with large sediment loads. The Rio Grande in the Big Bend region of Texas, USA, and Chihuahua and Coahuila, Mexico, undergoes rapid geomorphic changes as a result of its large sediment supply and variable hydrology; thus, it is a useful natural laboratory to investigate the relative importance of flow strength.
Nordin, C.F. Jr., Beverage, J.P., () Sediment Transport in the Rio Grande, New Mexico, USGS Professional Paper F. River Channel Changes Downstream of Cochiti Dam. Middle Rio Grande.
Surveys have shown sediment accumulation at a rate of 12, acre-feet per year, or million tons, from to in the Middle Rio Grande Valley of central New Mexico. Throughout most of the upper miles of the Middle Valley, the Rio Grande is confined within a levee-bordered floodway, which was aggraded at a rate equivalent to Cited by: 8.
TRANSPORT, RIO GRANDE NEAR BERNALILLO NEW MEXICO By CARL F. NORDIN, JR. ABSTRACT Twenty-one roughly concurrent observations of hydraulic variables at the partially confined section A-2 and the wider section F for a reach of the Rio Grande near Bernalillo, N.
Mex., form the basis for this study of flow resistance and sediment transport. In Cited by: Aspects of flow resistance and sediment transport, Rio Grande near Bernalillo, New Mexico. [Washington, D.C.]: United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Sedimentary Geology, 51 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands MIOCENE SEDIMENT DISPERSAL IN THE CENTRAL ESPAlqOLA BASIN, RIO GRANDE RIFT, NEW MEXICO, U.S.A.
WILLIAM CAVAZZA Department of Earth and Space Sciences, UnwersiO' of Califi)rnia, Los Angeles, CA (U.S.A.) (Accepted for publication J ) Cited by:. Sediment Modeling in the Rio Grande Conveyance Channel. The Rio Grande Conveyance Channel and the Rio Grande Floodway convey water from the San Acacia diversion dam to Elephant Butte Reservoir.
The Conveyance Channel was built in early 's in response to a prolonged drought to conserve water. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Sedimentation Section and the Albuquerque .(E) An analysis of some storm-period variables affecting stream sediment transport, by H.
P. Guy. (F) Sediment transport in the Rio Grande, New Mexico, by Carl F. Nordin, Jr., and Joseph P. Beverage. (G) Effects of water temperature on the discharge of bed material, by B.
R. Colby and C. H. by: Enger, P. F., and E. J. Carlson,Hydraulic Model Study to Determine a Sediment Control Arrangement for Socorro Main Canal Headworks, San Acacia Diversion Dam, Middle Rio Grande Project, New Mexico.
Denver, Colo.: Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Department of the Interior (Hydraulic Laboratory Report No. HYD ). Google Scholar.