Sedimentation Bulletin, Issue 1

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Subcommittee on Sedimentation, Federal Inter-agency River Basin Committee, 1949 - Sedimentation and deposition
 

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Page 2 - Investigations may be found in the series of reports Issued under the general title, "A Study of Methods Used in Measurement and Analysis of Sediment Loads In Streams...
Page 2 - A Study of Methods Used in Measurement and Analysis of Sediment Loads In Streams," planned and conducted Jointly by the Tennessee Valley Authority, Corps of Engineers, Department of Agriculture, Geological Survey, Bureau of Reclamation, Indian Service, and Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research.
Page 7 - Samples taken at 1 to 9 verticals and at 1 to 4 points in each vertical. Any number of combinations of sampling method can be described by these symbols. The following examples illustrate the complete symbol for equipment and method used in tiie inventory...
Page 4 - ... concentration of which is taken to represent the concentration of the stream at a given time. Where observations were made with two different samplers and the number of the observations for each type of sampling method is known, the larger number is given in the tabulation and the lesser number, providing it constitutes at least 10 percent of the total, is included as a footnote. Sampling Equipment Information appearing in the column, "Sampling Equipment...
Page 7 - An Omaha sampler used to obtain composite or differentiated samples on 3 separate verticals, 3 to 5 points in each vertical, across a stream.
Page 7 - Depth-integrated samples taken at 1 to б verticals. 1-9:1-47 Samples taken at 1 to 9 verticals and at 1 to k points in each vertical. Any number of combinations of sampling method can Ъе described Ъу these symbols.

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