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Environmental Monitoring and Observations Before and During Excavation of a Landfill in Owatonna, Minnesota
A Minnesota landfill inactive since 1962 was excavated in 1985 to prepare the site for construction of a new waste water treatment plant. The excavation refuse was disposed of in nearby...

A Practical Hydrologic Model for Urban Watersheds
A typical problem in watershed management is determining the peak discharge and runoff volume for numerous and combined watersheds. The methods available to solve this problem are often...

Evaluation and Testing of Travel Demand Software
Transportation planners are frequently confronted with issues and concerns related to varying levels of analysis detail. Although microcomputer packages exist to analyze regional, corridor...

Field Tests of Wind-Structure Interaction
The present study was initiated to investigate the possible causes for excessive lamp failure rates on High Mast illumination towers in the State of Minnesota. The study consisted of two...

Air-Water Oxygen Transfer at Spillways and Hydraulic Jumps
Dissolved oxygen measurements are reported for seven spillway structures in the vicinity of Minneapolis, Minnesota, corresponding to 27 individual surveys. The surveys are taken during...

Modeling Streamflow Response from Minnesota Peatlands
A deterministic, continuous simulation model was developed to predict the effects of peatland development on streamflow. The Peatland Hydrologic Impact Model is largely physically based...

Maximum Water Source Utilization Using Lotus 1-2-3
This paper discusses the use of microcomputers to determine the optimum mix of sources for the Fargo-Moorhead area's water supply network. The area's major water...

Predicting Lake-Chain Quality with Augmentation
Steady-state mass-balance models of lake phosphorus are analyzed with regard to predicting augmentation (or dilution) effects. One form of these models employs a retention coefficient...

Development of a Multi-Modal Information System
This paper outlines the design and development of a Multi-Modal Information System in Duluth, Minnesota. The system applies state-of-the-art microcomputer technology to the provision of...

Minnesota Explores Its Last Frontier

Long Range Element Update in Duluth, Minnesota
This paper discusses the use of microcomputer transportation planning software packages to update the Long Range Element of the Duluth-Superior Metropolitan Area Transportation Plan. Two...

Sedimentation Study for the Rochester, Minnesota, Flood-Control Project
In a cooperative effort, the U. S. Army Engineer District, St. Paul (NCS), and the Soil Conservation Service (SCS) planned a combined flood-control project. The SCS portion of the project...

Decision Making in Establishing Instream Flow Needs in Minnesota
Allocation of water for instream use depends upon how well the need and justification for instream flows can be communicated to decision makers. The analysis and presentation of instream...

The Experience of the St. Paul District Corps of Engineers, with State Coordination of Dredging Activities
The St. Paul District annually dredges about 1 million cubic yards of predominately clean sandy river sediments. Most of this volume comes from our maintenance of 284 miles of the 9-foot...

Hazardous Waste Landfill Siting in Minnesota

Acid Deposition Impact on Northern Minnesota Lakes

Effects of Planktonic Algae on Water Quality in Impoundments of the Mississippi River in Minnesota

Sub-Metropolitan General Aviation Forecasts

Strategy Evaluation — Minnesota Small Urban Areas

 

 

 

 

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