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Seventeen streamflow-gaging stations, operated by the U.S. Geological Survey and distributed across the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma were selected for analysis. Bed material sampling was conducted to obtain information on the particle-size distributions of the streambed materials and to determine the shapes of the individual particles comprising the streambeds. Information on stream-bed particle-size distribution was used to compute the potential rate of bed-load transport and is a parameter used in the Rosgen (Rosgen, 1996) stream reach classification system. Streambed-material particle sizes were measured using two methods. The first method was Wolman pebble counts conducted across the riffles...
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Seventeen streamflow-gaging stations, operated by the U.S. Geological Survey and distributed across the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma were selected for analysis. Regional hydraulic geometry curves relating drainage area to bankfull dimensions: cross-sectional area, top width, mean depth, and discharge, were developed from data collected at the selected streamflow-gaging stations. Bed material sampling was conducted to obtain information on the particle-size distributions of the streambed materials and to determine the shapes of the individual particles comprising the streambeds. The stream reaches at each streamflow-gaging station were classified using the Rosgen level II stream type (Rosgen, 1996)...
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Seventeen streamflow-gaging stations, operated by the U.S. Geological Survey and distributed across the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma were selected for analysis. Regional hydraulic geometry curves relating drainage area to bankfull dimensions -- cross-sectional area, top width, mean depth, and streamflow -- were developed from data collected at the selected streamflow-gaging stations. Bed material sampling was conducted to obtain information on the particle-size distributions of the streambed materials and to determine the shapes of the individual particles comprising the streambeds. The stream reaches at each stream gage location were classified using the Rosgen Level II stream type (Rosgen, 1996)...
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Seventeen streamflow-gaging stations, operated by the U.S. Geological Survey and distributed across the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma were selected for analysis. This child item includes a geographic information system point shapefile of the study site locations. (OuachitaUsgsGages)
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The objective of this project was to develop some basic stream classification attributes for the entire Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership (SARP) region and to provide more detailed attributes in the eastern section of the SARP geography (9 states: AL, FL, GA, KY, NC, SC, TN, WV, VA) where additional data and modeling capacity was available. The final product is a mapped dataset of information linked to the NHDPlus medium resolution hydrography that can be used to classify stream reaches.
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Seventeen streamflow-gageing stations, operated by the U.S. Geological Survey and distributed across the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma were selected for analysis. This child item includes a geographic information system polygon shapefile of the watersheds delineated above the study site locations. (OuachitaWatersheds)


    map background search result map search result map Stream Classification for the Powder/Tongue River Basin Plan, Wyoming at 1:100,000 Regional Hydraulic Geometry Characteristics of Stream Channels in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas 1) Streamflow-gaging stations 2) Watersheds 3) Streambed particle data 4) Site information and photos Ecological Drainage Units Regional Hydraulic Geometry Characteristics of Stream Channels in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas 3) Streambed particle data 4) Site information and photos 1) Streamflow-gaging stations 2) Watersheds Stream Classification for the Powder/Tongue River Basin Plan, Wyoming at 1:100,000 Ecological Drainage Units