Hydrologic Influences of a Flood Control Program

by Monroe A. Hartman,
William O. Ree,
Russell R. Schoof,
Bruce J. Blanchard,

Serial Information: Journal of the Hydraulics Division, 1967, Vol. 93, Issue 3, Pg. 17-25

Document Type: Journal Paper

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Abstract: The agricultural flood prevention program on Sugar Creek, a tributary to the Washita River in Oklahoma, reduced flood peaks by more than 50%. The recession portion of hydrographs were lengthened. The structures reduced the infiltration on the flood plain by reducing flood peaks. The recession flow was increased by the number of detention reservoirs.

Subject Headings: Hydrology | Floods | Flood plains | Rivers and streams | Infiltration | Agriculture | Reservoirs | Hydrographs | North America | Oklahoma | United States

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