Congressional Edition Volume 3688

Congressional Edition Volume 3688

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...stream where the water is not a torrent during May and June. The channel is straight. The rod was established by J. E. Hill in May, 1897. A. C. Thomas is the observer. The following discharge measurements were made by Elwood Mead and C. T. Johnston during 1897: June 11, gage height, 4.70 feet; discharge, 1,435 secoud-feet. August 23, gage height, 2.60 feet; discharge, 147 second-feet. August 26, gage height, 2.65 feet; discharge, 158 second-feet. Daily gage height, in feel, of drey Rull Rirer at MeeteeUe, Wyoming, for 1897, LOVELL STATION ON SHOSHONE RIVER. This station is located at Lovell, Wyoming, and was established May 23,1897. The observer is Henry Cockrell. The rod is securely fastened to the landing pier of the Lovell ferry on the south side of the river. The channel is straight for some distance above and below the rod and a cross section there has a uniform depth. The bed of the river is stable. The following discharge measurements were made by Elwood Mead and C. T. Johnston in 1897: May 24, gage height, 2.70 feet; discharge, 8,73l5 second-feet. Juno 2, gage height, 2.40 feet; discharge, 7,310 second-feet. September 15, gage height, --0.70 foot; discharge, 363 second-feet. Daily gage height, in feet, of Shoshone River at Lorell, Wyoming, for 1897. SHERIDAN STATIONS ON BIG AND LITTLE GOOSE CliEKKW. These stations are described in the Eighteenth Annual Report, Part IV, pages 136 and 137. The gage on Little Goose Creek is located at Broadway bridge in the town of Sheridan, Wyoming, and about 1,000 feet above the mouth of the creek. The gage rod is firmly fastened to the piles of the bridge. The channel is shifting, being composed of clay and gravel. The station on Big Goose Creek is located in the northern part of Sheridan, at the Fifth..show more

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  • Paperback | 214 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 390g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123651193X
  • 9781236511935