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Diversions from Red River to Lake Dallas, Texas; and related channel losses, February and March 1954

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Diversions from Red River to Lake Dallas, Texas, and related channel losses, February and March 1954; 1954; OFR; 54-128; Holland, P. H.

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During the period Feb. 10 to Mar. 3, 19541 the City of Dallas pumped 1,363 acre-feet of water from its Red River plant into Pecan Creek (a tributary of Elm Fork Trinity River) 3.5 miles above Gainesville; 1,272 acre-feet of this diversion reached the head of Lake Dallas. Discharge records were obtained at four points along the channels. This water was transported down the channels of Pecan Creek and Elm Fork Trinity River to Lake Dallas, a distance of about 31 miles.

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Pat H. Holland
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U.S. Geological Survey

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