4 edition of Lake-level frequency analysis for Devils Lake, North Dakota found in the catalog.
Lake-level frequency analysis for Devils Lake, North Dakota
Gregg J. Wiche
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Bismarck, N.D, Denver, CO
|Other titles||Lake level frequency analysis for Devils Lake, North Dakota.|
|Statement||by Gregg J. Wiche and Aldo V. Vecchia ; prepared in cooperation with the North Dakota State Water Commission.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 95-123.|
|Contributions||Vecchia, Aldo V., North Dakota State Water Commission., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 65 p.|
|Number of Pages||65|
Background Water level fluctuations in endorheic lakes are highly susceptible to even slight changes in climate and land use. Devils Lake (DL) in North Dakota, USA is an endorheic system that has undergone multi-decade flooding driven by changes in regional climate. Flooding mitigation strategies have centered on the release of lake water to a nearby river system through artificial outlets Cited by: 4. Below are maps showing the area of Devils Lake at various water elevations from to feet and for various locations around the lake. Camp Grafton lake effects (PDF MB)City of Devils Lake lake effects (PDF 20MB)DL Basin Lake lake effects (PDF 19MB)Ft Totten Lake lake effects (PDF MB)Minnewaukan lake effects (PDF 20MB)St Michael lake effects (PDF 22MB).
Lake flooding and synoptic weather-type frequency at Devils Lake, North Dakota, USA, between and Paul E. Todhunter*, Emily A. Knish Department of Geography, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota, USA, Devils Lake (North Dakota): | | | Devils Lake | | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.
This paper presents flood frequency analysis of Devils Lake, ND under current and projected future climates. The expected lake-level frequencies were computed considering conditional probabilities associated with the starting level, which happens to be the highest in recorded history. University of North Dakota, Centennial Drive MS. The Devils Lake, ND White Pages phone book. Search our online phone book to find phone numbers, addresses, and more. North Dakota; Devils Lake Devils Lake White Pages. Local Time: AM CDT. Devils Lake Yellow Pages. Devils Lake Demographic Data Populat
Acta facultatis artium Universitatis Sanctiandree, 1413-1588
Treasury notes of September 30, 1990, series Q-1990.
Inflation, recession, and recovery
Molecular Chaperones And Heat Shock Response
Women who made Bible history
Journal of the Senate of the state of New-York, at their thirty-first session ... 1808
mill of many windows
challenge of delinquency
Civil service associations & unions in the Commonwealth Caribbean.
Lake-Level Fluctuations Since glaciation, the lake level of Devils Lake has fluctuated from about 1, feet above sea level, the natural spill elevation of the lake, to about 1, feet Cited by: Lake-Level Frequency Analysis for Devils Lake, North Dakota (U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper, ) [Gregg J.
Wiche, Aldo V. Vecchia, North Dakota State Water commission] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. As an example, for simulation year 5, the percent exceedance for the lake level is 1, feet above sea level for the annual lake-volume model and 1, feet above sea level for the water mass-balance model.
Get this from a library. Lake-level frequency analysis for Devils Lake, North Dakota. [Gregg J Wiche; Aldo V Vecchia; North Dakota State Water Commission.].
Water levels -- North Dakota -- Devils Lake Region. Water levels. More like this: Similar Items. Lake-Level Frequency Analysis for Devils Lake, North Dakota By Gregg J. Wiche and Aldo V. Vecchia Abstract Two approaches were used to estimate future lake-level probabilities for Devils Lake.
The first approach is based on an annual lake-volume Cited by: Up to 90% off Textbooks at Amazon Canada. Plus, free two-day shipping for six months when you sign up for Amazon Prime for : Gregg J.
Wiche, Aldo V. Vecchia, North Dakota North Dakota book Water commission. Water levels - North Dakota - Devils Lake (Lake); Water levels - North Dakota - Devils Lake Region.
Lake-level frequency analysis for Devils Lake, North Dakota / by Gregg J. Wiche and Aldo V. Vecchia. Buy Lake-level frequency analysis for Devils Lake, North Dakota (SuDoc I ) by Gregg J.
Wiche (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Gregg J. Wiche. Buy Lake-level frequency analysis for Devils Lake, North Dakota (U.S. Geological Survey water-supply paper) by Gregg J Wiche (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Gregg J Wiche. Devils Lake’s level today is 1, feet above sea level, a far cry from the high of 1, on Jand yet the lake is still considered at flood stage because it remains above 1, - the established level where Devils Lake starts flowing into Stump Lake and the two become one.
Lake flooding and synoptic weather-type frequency at Devils Lake, North Dakota, USA, between and Article (PDF Available) in Climate Research 61(3) October with 36 Reads. Lake-level frequency analysis for Devils Lake, North Dakota (Hardcover) / Author: Gregg J Wiche / Author: Aldo V Vecchia ; ; Books.
Abstract. The water level of Devils Lake, a terminal lake in the northeast of North Dakota, U.S., has risen nearly 10 m sinceinundating farm land and causing significant damages to the infrastructure and surrounding communities.
The currently adopted flood adaptation policy is continuing infrastructural protection (CIP), Cited by: Prior to Januarythe height that Devils Lake/Stump Lake spills into Sheyenne River through Tolna Coulee.
Combined area of Devils and Stump Lakes would be sq mi. Tolna Coulee clean-out height (Jan ). Current dike protection level (). Combined area of Devils and Stump Lakes would be sq mi. Lake Minnewaukan Flats!(20 Devils Lake Benson - Ramsey County Lake Statistics Depth (feet) N o r th D ak G mend Fis p NDGF-GIS - Weigel Fisheries Division 0 5 Miles l Max.
Depth Map Features!y Bo at R mp 3 4 *. Lake-Level Frequency Analysis For Devils Lake, North Dakota Lake-Level Frequency Analysis for Devils Lake, North Dakota United States Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper Prepared in cooperation with the North Dakota Visit Document.
Request PDF | Mean hydroclimatic and hydrological conditions during two climatic modes in the Devils Lake Basin, North Dakota (USA) | Proxy variables from palaeolimnological studies of lakes in. Devils Lake is Diverse, Big and Incredible. DEVILS LAKE, N.D. – February 6, - For some fishermen, planning, preparation and going to a special destination is the thrill.
To others, it is the actual fishing experience. For the guys and gals with Devils Lake on the brain, it is both. Jason Schreifels. Devils Lake, North Dakota Tourism is. The State of North Dakota completed construction of an outlet from the west end of Devils Lake to the Sheyenne River.
Devils Lake rose feet. An increase ofinundated acres, or about square miles. During that same time period, the volume of water in Devils Lake had grown by more than seven times.
Timeline Facts File Size: 2MB. Create a new account. Are you an ASCE Member? We recommend that you register using the same email address you use to maintain your ASCE Member account.Devils Lake is a lake in the U.S. state of North Dakota. It is the largest natural body of water and the second-largest body of water in North Dakota after Lake Sakakawea.
It can reach a level of 1, ft ( m) before naturally flowing into the Sheyenne River via the Tolna type: Endorheic basin, Potentially an open .Devils Lake in northeastern North Dakota (USA) is a terminal lake of glacial origin with a substantial sulfate content.
Sincethe lake water level has risen over m and salinity has decreased. Devils Lake consists of a series of interconnected basins with sulfate concentration increasing in an eastward direction from mg/l in West Bay to mg/l in East Devils Lake.
Using sulfate Cited by: 4.