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Page 21 - Second-feet per square mile" is the average number of cubic feet of water flowing per second from each square mile of area drained, on the assumption that the run-off is distributed uniformly both as regards time and area. "Run-off in inches...
Page 21 - Cubic foot per second (cfs) is the rate of discharge of a stream whose channel is 1 square foot in cross-sectional area and whose average velocity is 1 foot per second. Cubic feet per second...
Page 27 - V and X. ARTICLE V Texas and Louisiana hereby agree upon the following apportionment of the waters of the Sabine River : (a) All free water in the Stateline reach shall be divided equally between the two States, this division to be made without reference to the origin. (b) The necessity of maintaining a minimum flow at the Stateline for the benefit of water users below the Stateline in both States is recognized, and to this end it is hereby agreed that: (1) Reservoirs and permits above the Stateline...
Page 53 - The nonequilibrium formula is based on the following assumptions : (1) the aquifer is homogeneous and isotropic, (2) the aquifer has infinite areal extent, (3) the discharge...
Page 29 - ... effect of reducing the flow at the Stateline to less than 36 cubic feet per second. (3) Reservoirs on which construction is commenced after January 1, 1953, above the Stateline shall be liable for their share of water necessary to provide a minimum flow at the Stateline of 36 cubic feet per second ; provided, that no reservoir shall be liable for a greater percentage of this minimum flow than the percentage of the drainage area above the Stateline contributing to that reservoir, exclusive of...
Page 143 - Supplementary and Final Report of a Geological Reconnaissance of the State of Louisiana.
Page 27 - ... States, this division to be made without reference to the origin. (b) The necessity of maintaining a minimum flow at the Stateline for the benefit of water users below the Stateline in both States is recognized, and to this end it is hereby agreed that: (1) Reservoirs and permits above the Stateline existing as of January 1, 1953 shall not be liable for maintenance of the flow at the Stateline. (2) After January 1, 1953, neither State shall permit or authorize any additional uses which would...
Page 144 - Newcome, Roy, Jr., 1960, Ground-water resources of the Red River Valley alluvium in Louisiana: Louisiana Dept. Conserv. and Louisiana Dept. Public Works, Water Resources Pamph. 7, 21 p.