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Amanda R Whaling

Hydrologist

Lower Mississippi-Gulf Water Science Center

Email: awhaling@usgs.gov
Office Phone: 479-442-4888
ORCID: 0000-0003-1375-8323

Location
U of AR Res Ctr Blvd - Genesis Technology Incubator
700 West Research Center Blvd
Mail Stop 36
Fayetteville , AR 72701
US

Supervisor: Rachel L. Dubose
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A bathymetric survey of Nimrod Lake, Arkansas, was conducted in late April to mid-May, 2016, by the Lower Mississippi-Gulf Water Science Center (LMG WSC) of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) using methodologies for sonar surveys similar to those described by Wilson and Richards (2006) and Richards and Huizinga (2018). Point data from the bathymetric survey were merged with point data from an aerial LiDAR survey conducted in December, 2010, that were provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Little Rock District. From the combined point dataset, a terrain dataset (a type of triangulated irregular network, or TIN, model) was created in Esri ArcGIS, version 10.5, for the area within the approximate extent...
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The dataset includes flood-frequency data and related files for 211 streamgages operated by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in Louisiana and parts of the surrounding states of Arkansas, Mississippi, and Texas as well as assembled explanatory variables (physical, climatic, and land-use characteristics of the basins). The data in this release were used in generalized least-squares (GLS ) regression analyses (Stedinger and Tasker, 1985) to generate equations used to predict annual exceedance probabilities (AEPs) at ungaged locations on streams in the study area (Ensminger and others, 2021). Flood-frequency analyses were conducted using annual peak-flow data from the 1877-2016 water years to estimate streamflows...
In January 2020, the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) began work on the Interstate 26 (I 26) highway widening project that involves bridge crossings over the French Broad River (FBR) near Asheville, North Carolina. The NCDOT is committed to minimizing environmental impacts resulting from the I 26 widening project and aims to be a steward of the FBR corridor. To be effective environmental stewards, NCDOT needs to know when and where geomorphologic changes are occurring within potentially impacted areas. In June 2019, the U.S Geological Survey (USGS) in cooperation with the NCDOT, began collecting pre-construction bathymetric and topographic data to characterize streambed and streambank morphology...
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The dataset is a digital elevation model (DEM), in GeoTiff format, of the bathymetry of Dierks Lake, Howard and Sevier Counties, Arkansas. The extent of the DEM represents the area encompassing the extent of the aerial Light Detection And Ranging (LiDAR) data used in the project. Horizontal and vertical units are expressed in meters. The DEM was derived from an LAS dataset (an industry-standard binary format for storing aerial LiDAR data) created from point datasets stored in “Dierks2018_gdb”. The point datasets include aerial LiDAR data from a survey conducted in 2016 by the National Resources Conservation Service (U.S. Geological Survey, 2017), point data from digitized historical topographic maps, and bathymetric...
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In January 2020, the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) began work on the Interstate 26 (I 26) highway widening project that involves a bridge crossing over the French Broad River (FBR) near Asheville, North Carolina. To track potential impacts from construction activities, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in cooperation with the NCDOT conducted a single-beam bathymetric survey in June of 2019, approximately seven months before construction began. The survey extended from 300 meters (m) upstream to 500 m downstream from the I 26 bridge located south of Asheville, North Carolina. Depth data were collected using a CEESCOPE single-beam echosounder mounted to a canoe. Position and elevation data were...
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