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Geology of the Souris River Area North Dakota
(United States Government Printing Office, Washington, 1960)
The Souris River area comprises about 5,500 square miles in north-central North Dakota. It is bounded roughly by the east loop of the Souris River on the east, by the Max moraine on the southwest, and by the International ...
The Offshore Sediments of Lake Winnipeg
(Fisheries and Marine Service, 1979-12)
Early explorers passing through the Lake Winnipeg watershed occasionally commented on the muddy waters of the lake and the Red River (Ross 1856, p. 9; Palliser's Journals of 1857- 1860 in Spry 1968, p. 11,88,.94; Upham ...
The Attenuation of Light In Lake Winnipeg Waters
(Fisheries and Marine Service, 1979-09)
Lake Winnipeg water is usually turbid, and little light penetrates into the lake. Secchi disc visibility varied from 0.1 t 1.0 m in the south basin and 0.5 to 2.6 m in the north basin. Horizontal extinction coefficients ...
National Scale Frameworks HYDROLOGY Version 6.0 A practical guide to the datasets
(Government of Canada; Natural Resources Canada; Earth Sciences Sector; Canada Centre for Mapping and Earth Observation, 2009-04)
The data associated with this report can be found at: http://188.8.131.52/dataset/atlascda-drainage The Atlas of Canada 1,000,000 National Frameworks Data, Road Network is based on 1:250,000 scale National Topographic ...
Quality of Surface Waters of the United States, 1968. Parts 4 and 5. St. Lawrence River Basin, and Hudson Bay and Upper Mississippi River Basins
(United States Government Printing Office, Washington, 1973)
Water—the Nation’s Fundamental Climate Issue A White Paper on the U.S. Geological Survey Role and Capabilities
(U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia, 2010)
Rapport d’étape de l’Initiative du bassin du lac Winnipeg 2008-2009 – 2009-2010 Dans le cadre du Plan d’action pour l’assainissement de l’eau du gouvernement du Canada
(gouvernement du Canada, 2010)
Ce rapport a pour but de mettre en lumière les activités menées au cours des deux premières années (2008-2009 et 2009-2010) de l’Initiative du bassin du lac Winnipeg (IBLW). Des étapes déterminantes ont été franchies ...
Agricultural Beneficial Management Practices for Lake Winnipeg – Cost-benefit analysis using an ecological goods and services approach
(The Thomsen Corporation, 2010-11)
The objective of the research and analysis reported herein was to “Assess the costs and benefits of agricultural beneficial management practices (BMPs) for Lake Winnipeg in physical and economic terms, with an emphasis on ...
Changes in Flood Response of the Red River of the North Basin, North Dakota-Minnesota
(United States Government Printing Office, 1984)
The magnitude and frequency of large floods that have occurred in recent years in the basin of the Red River of the North have caused concern that land-use changes and man- made drainage have increased flooding. This ...
The Nation's Water Resources 1975-2000, Volumes 1-3
(U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978-12)
The 1975 report was originally published as a 4 volume work. We have compiled the first three volumes into a single pdf. The fourth volume, which itself contains a number of separate regional reports, is presented online ...