Big River Crossing
The Harahan Bridge, a double-track railroad bridge built in 1916, spans the Mississippi River between Memphis, Tennessee, and West Memphis, Arkansas. A century later, one of the former wagonways on the...

Simulation/Optimization Modeling Post-Audits
S/O models have long been used to compute optimal strategies for user-specified optimization problems. It is useful to provide a retrospective of two S/O modeling applications, and how...

Watercourse Master Plans: Two Case Studies
(No paper) The State of Arizona recently established statutes (ARS 48-3609.01) that enable local flood control districts to identify sensitive watercourses for floodplain management. The...

Deformation Characteristics of an Arkansas Subgrade Soil

Well Contamination and Related Spatial Attributes

Occurrence of Pesticides in the Alluvial Aquifer of the Arkansas Delta

Ground Water Monitoring in the Arkansas Delta—1992-1998

Pile Wall Cuts Off Seepage (Available only in Geo/Environmental Special Issue)
An unusual cutoff wall constructed by the secant pile method succeeded in drying up seepage through the permeable strata below a saddle dam at Beaver Dam in Arkansas, owned by the U.S....

Burnup Verification at Arkansas Nuclear One-Unit 1 Using the Fork Measurement System

Application of Wetlands Model to Cache River, Arkansas

Control of Microbial Water Quality in the Little Rock, Arkansas Distribution System
Beginning in the summer of 1993, seasonal studies were undertaken to evaluate the effectiveness of water treatment processes at Little Rock Municipal Water Works (LRMWW). Two treatment...

Effect of Data Sampling Time Resolution on Probability Distribution of Elapsed Time Between Rainfalls
The elapsed time between rainfalls is useful information in statistical forecasting of rainfall and runoff. The probability density function (pdf) of the elapsed time can be determined...

Modeling Wetland Hydrologic and Hydraulic Processes
Water availability and the processes by which it moves are critical to a wetland's success, where success is measured in terms of the quantity and quality of functions provided by the...

Scour Around Bridge Piers in Oklahoma Streams in 1986
Historically, Oklahoma has received many severe rainfall and flooding events due to hurricanes hitting the coast of Florida and moving to the Gulf Coast area. One such event occurred during...

Ground Water Management in Arkansas
Arkansas has historically enjoyed plentiful water and has typically resolved water conflicts with case by case application of common law. As agricultural, industrial and domestic water...

Progress Report ARS/SCS Runoff Curve Number Work Group
The Soil Conservation Service (SCS) Runoff Curve Number (RCN) procedure works well as a single event model to estimate design storm runoff volumes from a small agricultural watershed....

Earthquake Hazard Investigative Procedures for Central United States Waterworks
The vulnerability assessment of Central United States waterworks for earthquake hazards is a developing engineering practice for civil engineers in Arkansas, Missouri and states close...

Impact on Water Supply of a Seismically Damaged Water Delivery System
This paper presents the damage evaluation of a water delivery system caused by the ground shaking in the event of an earthquake by using the LIFELINE-W computer program. The adequacy of...

Volcanic Episodes Near Yucca Mountain As Determined by Paleomagnetic Studies at Lathrop Wells, Crater Flat, and Sleeping Butte, Nevada
It has been suggested that mafic volcanism in the vicinity of Yucca Mountain, Nev., is both recent (20 ka) and a product of complex 'polycyclic' eruptions. This...

40Ar/³9Ar Laser Fusion and K-Ar Ages From Lathrop Wells, Nevada, and Cima, California: The Age of the Latest Volcanic Activity in the Yucca Mountain Area
K-Ar and 40Ar/39Ar ages from the Lathrop Wells volcanic center, Nevada, and from the Cima volcanic field,...

 

 

 

 

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