Process-Based Debris-Flow Prediction Method
This paper briefly identifies problems with traditional approaches to debris-flow prediction and presents a simplified process-based model (Williams and others, 1988) to accomplish the...

A Utah Snowpack Augmentation Program

Linking Salt Lake City with Six Mountain Resorts

Post-Audits in Public Works: The Role of History

Isolated Examples
The technology of seismic isolation, also known as base isolation, is being used to protect the contents and occupants of a building as well as its structure. Isolators are led-rubber...

Utah's Dean Peterson Dies

Fabric Tank Stores Water for a Utah Town

Post-Audits of Environmental Programs and Projects
This is the proceedings of a session at the ASCE Convention, New Orleans, October 1989. Post-audits include evaluation, assessment, and audit of the effects, both intended and unintended,...

Water Rights Transfers as a Means of Accommodating Changing Water Demands

Dams and Earthquakes: A Shaky Relationship
The rarity of earthquake-related dam failure does not mean that it can't happen. A phased geologic assessment could prevent potential catastrophe by determining where and...

CADD Network Links Seven DOT Offices Across Utah

County's GIS Data Base Tracks Roadworks in Utah

Utah Classifies its Groundwater

Irrigation Drainage: Green River Basin, Utah
A reconnaissance of wildlife areas in the middle Green River basin of Utah during 1986-87 determined that concentrations of selenium in water and biological tissues were potentially harmful...

Snow-Melt Triggered Debris Flows Affecting Utah's Megalopolis
During the abnormally wet years of 1983 and 1984, debris flows were triggered late in spring on the west flank of the Wasatch Mountains and elsewhere in Central Utah. These debris flows...

Emergency Response to the 1983 Debris Flows Along Utah's Wasatch Front
The wet cycle experienced in Utah culminated in approximately one thousand landslide triggered debris flows caused by rapid melt of unprecedented snow accumulation in the Wasatch Mountains,...

Computer Control for Salt Lake City Water System
In 1978 the Department of Public Utilities in Salt Lake City began to develop a computer system to aid in the operation of the water system. The Department of Public Utilities computer...

Crop Irrigation Requirement Model for Utah
Crop irrigation requirements vary greatly across Utah's wide range of climatic conditions. About 40 electronic weather stations have been established in areas representing...

Evaluation of Cores From Two RCC Gravity Dams
Galesville Dam, Oregon, completed in August 1985, and Upper Stillwater Dam, Utah, completed in August 1987, are two RCC (roller compacted concrete) gravity dams featuring different approaches...

RCC Storage Pads at Tooele Army Depot, Utah
Two 30. 5 m (100 foot) by 91. 4 m (300 foot) ammunition storage pads, each 381 mm (15 inches) thick, were constructed by the Sacramento District of the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers in...

 

 

 

 

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