Sediment Variability Mark Twain Lake, Missouriby Vernon Finney, USDA, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Hydraulic Engineering
Abstract: This paper looks at the historical variability in suspended sediment loads in the Upper Salt River Basin above Mark Twain Lake, Missouri in an attempt to assess the magnitude of suspended sediment loads delivered to Mark Twain Lake since its closure in October of 1983. Seasonal, monthly and annual suspended sediment loads for the years 1941 through 1965 were calculated for U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Gage, Station No. 05507500, OWDC No. 07367, on the Salt River near Monroe City, Missouri. Seasonal, monthly, and annual suspended sediment loads for the years 1981 through 1986 were calculated for USGS Gages, Station No. 05503500, OWDC No. 21679, on the North Fork Salt River near Hunnewell, Missouri and Station No. 05506500, OWDC No. 07366, on the Middle Fork Salt River at Paris, Missouri.
Subject Headings: Sediment | Suspended loads | Suspended sediment | Lakes | Load factors | Sediment loads | Rivers and streams | Salt water | Data processing | North America | Missouri | United States | Paris | France | Europe
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