Geological Survey Water-supply Paper

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1954 - Irrigation
 

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Page 378 - --Natural flow of stream affected by power developments, ground-water withdrawals and diversions for irrigation, and return flow from irrigated areas. Records do not Include flow of Loup River power canal which diverts at point 6 miles upstream and returns to Platte River below
Page 911 - West Walker River through a feeder canal and the construction of an outlet tunnel through a low saddle In rim of lake. Storage began Jan. 30, 1922. Usable capacity, 59,440 acre-ft between elevations 4,972.3 ft (lowest practical elevation for diversion through tunnel, bottom of outlet tunnel at elevation 4,970 ft) and 5,005 ft (3 ft below top of levee). Capacity of reservoir Increased
Page 606 - 135,300 acre-ft between elevations 5,225 ft (trash-rack foundation), and 5,370 ft (crest of spillway) above mean sea level. Water Is received from Huntlngton Lake and Pitman Creek through Huntlngton-Shaver conduit and released for power development In Big Creek plants.
Page 630 - to Early intake, where part is diverted through Hetch Hetchy aqueduct to Moccasin Creek power plant. At Moccasin Creek diversion dam, water re-enters Hetch Hetchy aqueduct and
Page 695 - which conveys it to reservoirs of Pacific Gas & Electric Co. Water Is eventually used for Irrigation by Nevada Irrigation District. Record of contents, computed from gage readings made at
Page 639 - Cliff House, 75 ft downstream from highway bridge on Big Oak Flat road, 0.5 mile southwest of Oakland Recreation Camp, and 0.6 mile upstream from Middle Tuolumne River. Altitude of gage, about
Page 911 - acre-ft between elevations 4,972.3 ft (lowest practical elevation for diversion through tunnel, bottom of outlet tunnel at elevation 4,970 ft) and 5,005 ft (3 ft below top of levee). Capacity of reservoir Increased
Page 372 - diversions, storage reservoirs, power developments, ground-water withdrawals and diversions for irrigation, and return flow from irrigated areas. Mean discharge, in cubic feet per second,
Page 379 - withdrawals and diversions for irrigation, and return flow from irrigated areas. Records do not include flow of Loup River power canal which diverts at point 25 miles upstream and returns to Platte River below
Page 730 - sec. 28, T. 8 N., R. 2 W., 6 miles west of Winters and 8 miles downstream from Capell Creek. Datum of gage

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