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Flood of June 7, 1967, in the Wapsinonoc Creek Basin, Iowa
Harlan H. Schwob
in Iowa City
Written in English
At head of title: United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, Water Resources Division.
|Statement||by Harlan H. Schwob. Prepared in cooperation with the Iowa State Highway Commission.|
|Contributions||Iowa. Highway Commission., Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division.|
|LC Classifications||GB1225.I8 S3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||70627465|
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Flood information is reported for miles of the main stem and six tributaries of the Wapsipinicon River. The information will be of use to those concerned with the design of bridges and other structures and the conduct of various operations on the flood plains of the streams.
Included in the report are flood-peak records, gaging-station records, frequency curves, and water-surface profiles. Report on the Flood of July in the Nishnabotna River Basin, Iowa U.S.
Army Engineer District, Omaha, Corps of Engineers, - Floods - 14 pages 0 Reviews. Browse all of the USGS publications warehouse by following a link tree. Skip to main content. An official website of the United States government Flood of Augustin the Washington metropolitan area,Open-File Report Flood of June 7,in the Wapsinonoc Creek Basin, Iowa,Open-File Report 68 B.
A decade after record flood, Iowa Flood Center tackles flooding sources, aids communities - Duration: University of Iowa 3, views.
Within the Little Maquoketa River Basin, a peak-discharge estimate of 19, cubic feet per second (annual flood-probability estimate of 4 to 10 percent) at the discontinued Little Maquoketa River near Durango, Iowa streamgage on July 23 is the sixth largest flood on record.
The list of the top five Iowa floods was identified from an initial list of 12 candidate flood events provided by the author and the people listed in Section 1. Once the list of candidate flood events was developed, each person ranked the floods.
Each person used a combination of their. Flood information for the Big Creek basin in Linn County, Iowa, should be of use to those concerned with the design of bridges and other structures on the flood plains of the streams.
Water-surface profiles for the flood of May are given for Big Creek and its major tributaries, East Big, Crabapple, Elbow, and Abbe Creeks. The May flood was at least a year flood on East Big Creek.
Flood of June 4,in the Indian Creek Basin, Linn County, Iowa Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the Iowa Department of Transportation and the Iowa Highway Research Board (Project HR) U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey. Flood of Jin the Clear Creek Basin, East-Central Iowa By Kimberlee K.
Barnes and David A. Eash Abstract A water-surface-elevation profile for the flood of Jin the Clear Creek Basin, east-central Iowa, is given in this report. The maximum flood-peak discharge of 10, cubic feet per second for the streamflow-Cited by: 3.
The flood demonstrated its severity by the severity of the flooding and impacts despite the relatively low population in Iowa at the time. Iowa had become a state only 4 1/2 years prior. The flooding in Iowa may have also been exacerbated because the Des Moines River basin--where the worst of the flooding occurred in Iowa--had been settled for.
May- Upper Iowa River basin, IA: The flood event was triggered by " of rain which fell in less than 24 hours on the night of May 29 over Decorah and " at Waukon. Storm total rainfall centered around Decorah was over 10" (" at Decorah) for the period from the 27th through 30th.Chapter 7 - Basin Flooding Characteristics 3 trigger major flooding in the Ahtanum and Wide Hollow Creeks are established below by examining theand floods.
Rain data for the floods are only available at Yakima Airport. The event was a snowmelt event associated with a .The Iowa Flood Center (IFC) puts science-based information and technology in the hands of Iowa’s decision-makers, emergency managers, home- and business-owners, and the general public.
Our work is accessible to everyone through the online Iowa Flood Information System.