Bridge Scour and Change in Contracted Section, Razor Creek Montana

Coincident Frequency in Snowmelt Runoff Modeling

How Spacing of Cross-Section Surveys Affects Understanding of Variability in Channel Hydraulic Geometry

Regionalization of Annual Precipitation Maxima in Montana

Selective Withdrawal at Hungry Horse Dam, Montana

Modeling Thermal Effects of Operational and Structural Modifications at a Hydropower Facility on a Premier Trout Stream in Southwestern Montana

Siting Low Profile Grade Control Structures for the Muddy Creek Demonstration Stream Restoration Research Project
In the Fall of 1993 Reclamation began a demonstration stream restoration research project on Muddy Creek, near Great Falls, Montana. Muddy Creek captures return irrigation flow from a...

Identifying Trends from Streamflow Records—A Case Study
Historical streaniflow records for the Ruby River, in southwestern Montana were analyzed for trends and for changes in the precipitation-runoff relationship. Trends were first identified...

Water Resources Planning for the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Montana
Water resources planning in Indian Country has produced varied results. On the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes are using an integrated approach to managing...

Willingness and Ability to Pay for Rural Water
Estimates of willingness to pay for rural water systems were developed in South Dakota, Oklahoma, and Montana from responses to contingent valuation surveys. Ability to pay was also estimated...

Missouri River Recreation Economic Analysis
The Missouri River main stem lakes and downstream river reaches encompass about 1900 river miles from the mouth at St. Louis, Missouri, to the headwaters of Fort Peck Lake in Montana....

Groundwater Remediation at a Superfund Site
Soil and groundwater contamination at the Montana Post & Pole site in Butte, Montana, one of the nation's oldest Superfund sites, has developed into one of the most significant...

Relation Between Largest Known Flood Discharge and Elevation in Montana
Previous studies relating unit discharge to elevation indicated that large floods in the Rocky Mountains may be limited by elevation. However, high-elevation data are sparse in Montana...

Montana Experience with Polymer Modified Asphalt

Trout Spawning Habitat Mitigation: A Constructed Example

Flood Elevation Limits in the Rocky Mountains
An analysis of 77,987 station-years of streamflow-gaging station data from 3,748 stations in the Rocky Mountains indicates that there is a latitude-dependent elevation limit to substantial...

Acidity and Chemistry of Arizona's Snowpacks
Acid snow, the frozen version of the acid rain phenomena, has been sampled in several western states, e.g., California, Nevada, Montana, and Oregon. Measurements of snowpack acidity in...

Selenium in Soil, Water, Sediment, and Biota of the Lower Sun River Area, West-Central Montana
A U.S. Department of the Interior study started in 1990 examined the source, movement, fate, and possible biological effects of selenium associated with irrigation drainage from the Sun...

Bridge Scour and Change in Contracted Section, Razor Creek, Montana

Shale Scour at BNRR Yellowstone River Bridge, MT
Both the Burlington Northern Railroad and Montana Department of Transportation bridges across the Yellowstone river just south of Laurel, Montana, are founded on spread footings placed...

 

 

 

 

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