Hydrologic data for Mountain Creek, Trinity River basin, Texas, 1977
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Hydrologic data for Mountain Creek, Trinity River basin, Texas, 1977

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey in Austin, TX .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hydrology -- Texas -- Trinity River Watershed.,
  • Water quality -- Texas -- Trinity River Watershed.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby F.L. Stroman ; prepared in cooperation with the Dallas Power and Light Company and the Texas Department of Water Resources.
ContributionsDallas Power and Light Company., Texas. Dept. of Water Resources, Geological Survey (U.S.)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination20 p.
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22435800M

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This report contains rainfall, runoff, and storage data collected during the water year for a sq mi area above the stream-gaging station Little Elm Creek near Aubrey, Texas. Floodflows from sq mi of the area are regulated by 16 floodwater-retarding structures constructed by the Soil Conservation Service. Six storm periods were selected for detailed computations and analyses. Trinity River Basin. The Trinity Basin is the largest river basin whose water-shed area is entirely within the State of Texas and the third largest river in Texas by average flow volume. The basin's namesake river was named La Santisima Trinidad, "the Most Holy Trinity," by early Spanish explorers. This report contains rainfall, runoff, and storage data collected during the water year for a sq mi area above the stream-gaging station Little Elm Creek near Aubrey, Texas. Floodflows from sq mi of the area are regulated by 16 floodwater-retarding structures constructed by the Soil Conservation Service. During the water year, five storm periods were selected for detailed. Trinity River Basin: Assessment List of assessment and fact sheets for different water body segments in the Trinity River Basin. The files provided for download .

HYDRDLOGIC STUDIES OF SMALL WATERSHEDS GREEN CREEK, BRAZOS RIVER BASIN, TEXAS 66 By B. B. Hampton United States Geological Survey ABSTRACT Hydrologtc data were systematically collected and compiled for the SQuare-mile Green Creek smallwatershed study area between and During 56, eight floodwater-retarding structures. Trinity River Basin: Assessment List of assessment and fact sheets for different water body segments in the Trinity River Basin for For , the TCEQ . Applying Indicators of Hydrologic Alteration to Texas Streams— Overview of Methods With Examples From the Trinity River Basin U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey USGS Fact Sheet –03 December In cooperation with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Table 1. Summary of hydrologic attributes used in the Cited by: 5. Trinity River Basin Reservoirs: Monitored Water Supply Reservoirs are % full on Recent Historical Statistics. Historical Data. Reservoir Storage. Conservation Storage. Conservation Capacity.

Average monthly median streamflow for (a) Mountain Creek at Grand Prairie, Texas (), during pre-and post-impoundment of Joe Pool Lake, and (b) for comparison, Colorado River near Ballinger. The rainfall data suggest that water-quality data collected during and shortly after the October flood would reflect unusual hydrologic conditions. Streamflow: Two stream configurations are in the Trinity River Basin; one is tributary streams and the other is the main stem of the Trinity River. Much of the water in tributary streams is. Twelve of the 13 fishkills were associated with minor flooding on the Trinity River from rainfall in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. According to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), the probable cause of the kills was the resuspension of bottom sediments and associated organic material during floods that caused an increase in biochemical oxygen demand and a corresponding. Other major developments in the history of basin water quality include the following: A.W. Moore describes the Trinity River as a "little narrow deep stinking affair." The Texas Department of Health calls the Trinity a "mythological river of death." Texas .