2 edition of economic survey of the Obion-Forked Deer River Basin area found in the catalog.
economic survey of the Obion-Forked Deer River Basin area
M. B. Badenhop
by University of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station in Knoxville
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 31.
|Statement||by M. B. Badenhop and Rodney M. Thomsen.|
|Series||Bulletin - University of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station ; 532, Bulletin (University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Agricultural Experiment Station) ;, 532.|
|Contributions||Thomsen, Rodney M., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HC107.T32 O253|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||75622127|
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Meeting Details: (Revised 8/14/) No meeting scheduled for September, East End Rd. Humboldt, TN Conference Room. oy Bulletin An Economic Survey of the Obion-Forked ' Basin Area (II Carroll I I by M.
Badenhop and Rodney M. Thomsen I McNairy The University of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station I John A. Ewing, Dean I Knoxville. Recommended Citation. University of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station; Badenhop, M. B.; and Thomsen, Rodney M., "An Economic Survey of the Obion-Forked Deer River Basin Area" ().Author: M.
Badenhop, Rodney M. Thomsen. The roots of the WTRBA are in Obion-Forked Deer Basin Authority, which was established in At that time, it was charged with working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on a channel enlargement project for the Obion and Forked Deer river systems.
Obion-Forked Deer Basin Authority. Anderson. Chapter I - Administration. County Attorney. Private Acts of Chapter 77; Obion and Forked Deer River. Flood Control and Drainage Improvements. Public Acts of Chapter ; Administration - Historical Notes Books. Private Acts of Chapter ; Hotel/Motel Tax.
Private Acts of For the greater parts of their lengths, the forks exist as separate streams. In the midth century, the Obion system was largely channelized for agricultural purposes, under the auspices of the Obion-Forked Deer Basin Authority, a Tennessee state agency which coordinated this work with the United States Army Corps of Engineers.
The Obion-Forked Deer River system occupies approximately 11% of Tennessee's land area and includes all or portions of 14 counties (Obion-Forked Deer River Basin Authority, ). The Middle Fork Forked Deer River watershed drains portions of six counties: Henderson, Carroll, Madison, Gibson, Crockett, and Dyer, and is approximately 77 km long.
The South Fork Forked Deer River Watershed is located in West Tennessee and includes parts of Chester, Crockett, Dyer, Haywood, Henderson, Lauderdale, Madison and McNairy Counties.
The South Fork Forked Deer River Watershed is approximately 1, square miles and drains to the Forked Deer River. NOTE: River forecasts for this location take into account past precipitation and the precipitation amounts expected approximately 24 hours into the future from the forecast issuance time.
NOTE: Forecasts for the North Fork Forked Deer River at Dyersburg are issued routinely year-round. Geologic map of the Anaconda–Pintler wilderness and contiguous roadless area, Granite, Deer Creek, Beaverhead, and Ravalli counties, western Montana. US Geological Survey Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MFC, scale 1: 50 ABSTRACT: Approximately million cubic feet of channel sediments have been delivered to the Mississippi River from the Obion‐Forked Deer River system in the last 20 years.
The discharge of sediment from these channelized networks in West Tennessee varies systematically with the stage of channel evolution. It is not part of the Ganga river basin area and is geographically a separate landlocked river basin. It is surrounded on all sides by the Aravalli hills.
It is a Ramsar site because the wetland is a key wintering area for tens of thousands of flamingos and other birds that migrate from northern Asia. Forked Deer River. 44 likes 73 were here.
The Forked Deer River system is the main drainage of the central portion of West Tennessee. Locals pronounce. The sand-bed stream channels of the Obion- Forked Deer River basin periodically have been dredged and straightened since the turn of the century to reduce flood magnitude and frequency.
U.S. Geological Survey,Water resources data for Tennessee, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Data Report TN, p. U.S. drought-related impacts on municipal and major self-supplifd industrial water withdrawals in tennessee--part b by frank m.
alexander and lee a. keck, tdwm; lewis g. Changes in channel width divided by changes in depth differed by an order of magnitude for the two systems, with means of 59 and for the Toutle (n=16) and Obion-Forked Deer (n=25) systems, again, reflects the greater resistance of the cohesive banks in western Tennessee and the importance of separating and accounting for differences between bed- and bank-material properties.
Find 1 listings related to Obion Forked Deer Basin Authority Field Office in Humboldt on See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for Obion Forked Deer Basin Authority Field Office locations in Humboldt, TN. Obion-Forked Deer River Basin. At the direction of the State Archaeologist, Robert C.
Mainfort, Jr. served as Principal Investigator for the project. Facilities and equ#Went were provided from t., West Tennessee Regional Office, Tennessee Division of Archaeology.
THE SURVEY AREA. Drainage basin. A drainage basin is any area of land where precipitation collects and drains off into a common outlet, such as into a river, bay, or other body of water.
New!!: Forked Deer River and Drainage basin See more. An evaluation of environmental quality: opportunity costs of channelization and land use change in the floodplain of the Obion-Forked Deer River Basin of West Tennessee / (Knoxville: University of Tennessee, Agricultural Experiment Station, ), by George F.
Smith and M. B. Badenhop (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).The River Basin Surveys was established in in response to concerns that important archaeological sites would be obliterated by post-World War II activity establishing flood control, river navigation, hydroelectric power generation, irrigation, and other improvements in Western American river valleys.
Frank Harold Hanna Roberts, Jr., of the.The area identified by USDA-SCS is the Obion-Forked Deer River Basin of approximately 3, acres in size contained within fourteen counties in northwest Tennessee.
The problems associated with this area are wetland studies, land classification, and several acute land use problems which result in excessive erosion, sediment, pollution.