Guide to the Papers of Whitney M. Borland

Prepared by Patricia J. Rettig
Colorado State University Water Resources Archive
A joint effort of the University Libraries and the Colorado Water Institute
Copyright 2002; 2003 Colorado State University. All rights reserved.
Finding aid encoded in EAD Version 2002 by Jerry W. Hudson and Alicia Conrardy, 2003.
Creator: Borland, Whitney McNair
Title: Papers of Whitney M. Borland
Dates: 1828-1997
Bulk Dates: 1930-1979
Quantity: 60 linear feet (40 record cartons)
Identification: WWMB
Abstract: As a civil engineer with a long and distinguished career, Whitney McNair Borland (1905-2001) focused his research on sedimentation, hydraulics, avalanches and other aspects of hydrology. He was employed by the United States Bureau of Reclamation for over forty years, spending some of that time conducting model sedimentation studies in Fort Collins, working in the Colorado State University engineering lab designed by Ralph Parshall. The collection consists of documents either collected or created by Borland in relation to his research and work. Materials include articles, reports, publications, handbooks, manuals, books, correspondence, maps, notes, and photographs.
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Restrictions on Use
Not all of the material in the collection is in the public domain. Researchers are responsible for addressing copyright issues.
This collection is indexed under the following headings in the Colorado State University Libraries online catalog. Researchers seeking materials about related subjects, persons, organizations, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Subjects:
  • Hydrology.
  • Sedimentation and deposition.
  • Sediment transport.
  • Hydraulics.
  • Avalanches.
  • Snow.
  • Water resources development.
Persons:
  • Borland, Whitney McNair.
Organizations:
  • United States. Bureau of Reclamation.
  • Pa Mong Project.
Places:
  • Colorado.
  • Mekong River Valley.
  • Mekong River Watershed.
Special Document Types:
  • Photographs.
  • Maps.
  • Books.
As a civil engineer with a long and distinguished career, Whitney McNair Borland focused his research on sedimentation, hydraulics, avalanches, and other aspects of hydrology. He was employed by the United States Bureau of Reclamation for over forty years, beginning in November 1930.
Borland was born November 6, 1905, in Holyoke, Colorado, where he grew up in a sod house. In 1928, he received a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Nebraska. Two years later he earned a Master of Science in the same subject from the University of California, Berkeley. He earned another M.S., this time in civil engineering, from the University of Colorado in 1938. Borland also did some post-graduate work at Cornell University.
During World War II, Borland had a four-year hiatus from work (August 1942-September 1946). He served as a lieutenant colonel in the Army's 10th Mountain Division, an appropriate role for him as he was an avid skier and climber.
Borland worked for the Bureau of Reclamation while it was involved in some of its biggest projects that would have long-term impact on water in the West, including the building of Hoover Dam, Grand Coulee Dam, and the Colorado-Big Thompson Project. Borland conducted model sedimentation studies for some of these big projects and for many others. He spent several years in Fort Collins conducting these studies, working in the Colorado State University (CSU) engineering lab designed by Ralph Parshall. This work helped establish CSU's reputation as a leader in water research.
Progressing through the ranks in the Denver office of the Bureau of Reclamation, Borland became part of the sedimentation section and was named chief in 1950, remaining in that position for twenty years. Upon leaving the Bureau in 1972, he became a consultant on a number of different projects.
Borland also served for a time in the 1980s as a member of the board of directors of the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. He was also a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Geophysical Union, and the Colorado Mountain Club, participating in rescue activities and climbing all of Colorado's mountains over 14,000 feet. He was also an avalanche expert, being among the first in the field to really explore the science and physics of snow.
Whit Borland was married to Mina "Dixie" Weaver, who preceded him in death. Mr. Borland died October 2, 2001, in Peoria, Arizona.
The Papers of Whitney M. Borland consists of documents dated 1828 to 1997, with the bulk falling from the 1930s through the 1970s. The documents with the earliest dates are often photocopies of originals. The materials were either collected or created by Borland in relation to his research and work. Materials include articles, reports, publications, handbooks, manuals, books, correspondence, maps, notes, and photographs.
Arrangement is by material type, largely reflecting Borland's own organization scheme.
The collection consists of 7 series, some with subseries, in 40 boxes:
Preferred Citation

Papers of Whitney M. Borland, Water Resources Archive, Colorado State University.

Acquisition

The Papers of Whitney M. Borland were acquired by the Engineering Research Center at Colorado State University in April 1997. They were transferred to the Colorado State University Water Resources Archive in August 2001. A videotaped interview that was conducted with Mr. Borland in June 1997 is not part of the collection but can be found with the administrative case files relating to the collection; contact archives staff for access to the videotape.

Processing

A preliminary inventory of the 63 boxes in the collection was completed while it was at the Engineering Research Center; this is available in the administrative case files. Upon arrival as part of the Water Resources Archive, over twenty boxes of journal runs, books, and government and other publications not of archival value were deaccessioned. A partial list of these items is available. A number of the publications were added to the CSU Libraries' main or government document collections.

Further processing completed in September through December 2001 included a complete inventory of the collection and subsequent rearrangement. Several items were placed in acid free folders and the collection was reboxed. When labeled dividers, generally corresponding to Borland's indexing systems, exist amidst reports and publications, the label is transcribed and followed by "[divider]" in the inventory list.

Related Collections

The Water Resources Archive also has the collection of James L. Ogilvie, who was similarly a Bureau of Reclamation engineer. The documents in the collection date from 1944 to 1992. In addition, the Archive has the collection of Daryl B. Simons, a colleague and friend of Borland's. Documents in that collection date from 1901-1991.

Online Materials

Some documents have been scanned and are available through the Colorado State University Libraries website. In the electronic version of this document, direct links appear in context. Note that not all links are to the exact documents in this collection, but scans from other sources.

Note: Title information supplied by the archivist is bracketed. Estimated pagination is preceded by an "e." Two identical copies of the same item are indicated by the phrase "2 copies" at the end of the entry, following the number of pages of each copy. Authored articles, books, and studies are listed in bibliographic form.

Series 1: Indexed articles, 1912-1997

This series consists of indexed articles and their related indexes. Borland either photocopied or clipped numerous articles and chapters of books that related to his research over the years. He created indexing systems according to subject and in one case by source of the articles. The index outlines for subseries 2 through 6 can be found in the appendix. Borland stored the articles in either large binders or half-size binders, and these remain intact. The articles are from a variety of sources, including international ones, and are sometimes annotated. Photographs can occasionally be found in the binders. Arrangement is by subseries corresponding to Borland's different indexing schemes
Box Folder
Subseries 1.1: Indexes. 1946-1997.
This subseries consists of the indexes that Borland created. The binders contain both the outlines of his indexing schemes as well as tables of contents from journals with indexing numbers written in.
1 1 Index: 1) Irrigation and Drainage Journal; 2) Waterways Harbors and Coastal Engineering. 1959-1972. e150pp.
1 2 Index: 1) Hydraulic Journal. 1959-1972. e350pp.
1 3 Index to Proceedings. 1946-1956. e150pp.
1 4 ASCE hydraulic index. 1972-1997. e500pp.
1 5 Waterways index. 1972-1987. e100pp.
Subseries 1.2: ASCE papers. 1931-1972.
This subseries contains the indexed articles that Borland clipped from the Journal of the Hydraulics Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and other ASCE publications. Arrangement is alphabetical according to the assigned index letters.
1 6 A--Index--standards and symbols. 1937-1972. e300pp.
1 7 B1--Silt movement, flume traction. 1933-1958. e350pp.
2 1 B2--Sediment movement, flume studies, sediment transport. 1959-1965. e300pp.
2 2 B3--Sediment transport, flume studies, bed forms. 1965-1971. e300pp.
2 3 B4--Sediment transport, flume studies, bed forms. 1971-1972. e100pp.
2 4 C--Hydraulic models. 1931-1972. e350pp.
2 5 D--Analysis of structures and concrete design. 1932-1969. e300pp.
2 6 E1--Flow of water in pipes, penstocks, draft tubes, and pipe fittings. 1931-1958. e350pp.
2 7 E2--Flow of water in pipes, penstocks, pipe fittings, conduits, tunnels. 1959-1964. e300pp.
2 8 E3--Flow of water in pipes, penstocks, pipe fittings, tunnels and conduits; entrance, losses. 1965-1968. e300pp.
2 9 E4--Flow of water in pipes. 1968-1972. e300pp.
2 10 F1--Flood control, movement and protection. 1931-1960. e300pp.
2 11 F2--Flood control, movement and protection. 1962-1972. e300pp.
2 12 G1--Critical depth meters, weirs, orifaces and siphons. 1932-1958. e300pp.
2 13 G2--Critical control meters, weirs, orifaces, and siphons. 1959-1971. e300pp.
2 14 G3--Critical control meters, weirs, orifaces and siphons. 1968-1972. e80pp.
3 1 H1--Flow of water in open channels, streams, flumes, around piers; gaging station, current meters. 1931-1958. e500pp.
3 2 H2--Flow of water in open channels, streams, flumes, around piers; gaging stations, current meters. 1958-1961. e300pp.
3 3 H3--Flow of water in open channels, streams, flumes, around piers and gaging stations. 1962-1966. e400pp.
3 4 H4--Flow of water in open channels, streams, flumes, around piers and gaging stations. 1967-1969. e250pp.
3 5 H5--Flow of water in open channels. 1969-1972. e300pp.
3 6 I1--Dissipation of hydraulic energy, stilling basins and hydraulic jump. 1932-1963. e400pp.
3 7 I2--Dissipation of hydraulic energy, stilling basins and hydraulic jump. 1963-1971. e300pp.
3 8 I3--Dissipation of hydraulic energy, stilling basins and hydraulic jump. 1971-1972. e50pp.
3 9 J1--Soil mechanics, foundation studies, earth dams and geology. 1931-1948. e400pp.
3 10 J2--Soil mechanics, foundation studies, earth dams and geology. 1946-1970. e300pp.
3 11 K1--Flood waves, hydraulic bore and motion of waves caused by difference in density. 1933-1970. e400pp.
3 12 K2--Flood waves, hydraulic bore, wave motion and stratified flow due to density. 1970-1972. e150pp.
3 13 L1--Rainfall and runoff, streamflow duration studies, hydrographs. 1931-1950. e500pp.
4 1 L2--Rainfall and runoff, streamflow duration studies, hydrographs. 1951-1966. e400pp.
4 2 L3--Rainfall and runoff, streamflow duration studies, hydrographs. 1961-1967. e400pp.
4 3 L4--Rainfall and runoff, streamflow and duration studies, hydrographs. 1967-1971. e300pp.
4 4 M1--Power plants, turbines, and pumps, valves, surge tanks, gates, cavation and vibration. 1933-1965. e400pp.
4 5 M2--Power plants, turbines, pumping plants and pumps, valves, gates, surge tanks, cavation and vibration. 1965-1972. e150pp.
4 6 N1--Beach erosion, shore protection, tide and wave action. 1934-1970. e500pp.
4 7 N2--Beach erosion, shore protection, tide and wave action. 1969-1972. e150pp.
4 8 O--Evaporation, meteorology, physiographical balance. 1931-1971. e400pp.
4 9 P1--Irrigation, consumptive use, water rights. 1941-1958. e400pp.
4 10 P2--Irrigation, consumptive use, water rights. 1959-1966. e300pp.
4 11 P3--Irrigation, consumptive use, water rights. 1966-1971. e300pp.
4 12 Q1--Flow of water through porous and granular material, underground water, seepage under dams. 1934-1959. e500pp.
4 13 Q2--Flow of water in porous and granular material, ground water, wells, underground seepage under dams. 1959-1962. e250pp.
4 14 Q3--Flow of water in porous and granular material, ground water, wells, seepage, canal lining. 1962-1965. e300pp.
4 15 Q4--Flow of water in porous material, ground water, wells, seepage and canal lining. 1968. e300pp.
5 1 Q5--Flow of water in porous material, ground water, wells, seepage and canal lining. 1969-1972. e300pp.
5 2 R1--Drainage and reclamation. 1948-1966. e350pp.
5 3 R2--Drainage and reclamation. 1966-1972. e200pp.
5 4 S--Economics and education. 1946-1970. e200pp.
5 5 T--Geology. 1944-1970. e80pp.
5 6 U1--River aggradation and degradation, type of river flow in sediments. 1935-1962. e300pp.
5 7 U2--River aggradation and degradation, stable channels, river flow in alluvium. 1962-1968. e300pp.
5 8 U3--River aggradation and degradation. 1969-1972. e300pp.
5 9 V--Filling of reservoirs with sediment, sediment yield rates, water yield from reservoirs, trap efficiency. 1943-1972. e200pp.
5 10 W--Weights, costs and standards. 1947-1972. e50pp.
5 11 X1--Reservoir operation, river control, project operation. 1945-1965. e300pp.
5 12 X2. 1967-1971. e100pp.
5 13 Y--Stream pollution and sewers, quality of water. 1950-1972. e300pp.
5 14 Z--Manuals and analysis of data. 1953-1972. e100pp.
5 15 AA--Diversion dams, settling basins, excluders and ejectors. 1932-1968. e150pp.
5 16 BB--Fluid mechanics. 1936-1962. e300pp.
5 17 BB2--Fluid mechanics. 1963-1970. e300pp.
5 18 BB3--Fluid mechanics. 1970-1972. e200pp.
6 1 CC--Spillway and outlet, intakes. 1958-1972. e250pp.
6 2 DD--Electronic computers, mathematics. 1959-1969. e300pp.
6 3 DD2--Electronic computers, mathematics. 1969-1972. e200pp.
6 4 EE--Meteorology, cloud seeding. 1960-1972. e250pp.
6 5 FF--Instruments, meters, measuring equipment, reservoir survey equipment. 1950-1971. e400pp.
6 6 GG--District organizations, political groups, dist and political effect on engineering. 1960-1971. e250pp.
6 7 HH--Watershed studies, conservation, characteristics of watersheds, effect of land use and fire. 1933-1971. e200pp.
6 8 II--Fresh water from salt water. 1961. 6pp.
Subseries 1.3: Sedimentation articles. 1913-1987.
Found here are articles on the subject of sedimentation, indexed according to Borland's scheme. Arrangement is by this alphanumeric scheme.
6 9 Articles A0 and A1. 1935-1982. e350pp.
6 10 Articles A2 vol. 1. 1933-1976. e300pp.
6 11 Articles A2 cont. 1935-1985. e400pp.
7 1 Articles A3-4. 1944-1971. e300pp.
7 2 Articles A5. 1938-1971. e400pp.
7 3 Articles A6-11. 1925-1971. e450pp.
7 4 Articles A12. 1950-1973. e400pp.
7 5 [Articles] A12 cont-A14. 1928-1976. e300pp.
8 1 Articles B0-2. 1932-1974. e400pp.
8 2 Articles B3-5. 1932-1981. e350pp.
8 3 Articles B6-8. 1944-1976. e400pp.
8 4 Articles B9-B11. 1934-1978. e400pp.
8 5 Articles B20 and B21. 1947-1987. e400pp.
9 1 Articles B21 cont-B22. 1955-1970. e350pp.
9 2 Articles D0 to D4. 1950-1975. e450pp.
9 3 [Articles] D5-D9. 1939-1971. e350pp.
9 4 Articles E0, E1 and E2. 1913-1971. e400pp.
9 5 Articles E3 to E6. 1924-1965. e350pp.
10 1 Articles F0 thru 3. 1942-1976. e450pp.
10 2 [Articles] F4. 1918-1970. e400pp.
10 3 Articles F5, F6 and F6X. 1942-1976. e400pp.
10 4 Articles F7-13. 1941-1974. e300pp.
10 5 Articles H0, H1 and K. 1930-1973. e300pp.
11 1 Articles H2 to H9. 1937-1971. e300pp.
11 2 Articles L and M. 1932-1967. e300pp.
11 3 Articles N, P and Q. 1919-1979. e450pp.
Subseries 1.4: Hydraulic articles. 1926-1973.
Found here are articles on the subject of hydraulics, indexed according to Borland's scheme. Arrangement is by this alphabetical scheme.
11 4 Hydraulics: ZA to ZE except ZC. 1940-1969. e400pp.
11 5 Hydraulics: ZC 0 to 2. 1939-1973. e400pp.
12 1 Hydraulics: ZC 3 to 5. 1937-1970. e400pp.
12 2 Hydraulics: ZC 6 and 7. 1948-1969. e300pp.
12 3 Hydraulics: ZF, ZG. 1941-1967. e300pp.
12 4 Hydraulics: ZH, ZI, ZJ. 1952-1970. e300pp.
12 5 Hydraulics: ZK, ZL, ZM, ZN. 1948-1971. e300pp.
13 1 Hydraulics: ZO, ZP, ZR. 1948-1983. e300pp.
13 2 ZQ--Ice problems, description, discussion. 1926-1959. e400pp.
13 3 Hydraulics--ZQ: Ice problems, references, ice production, roughness, design. 1956-1971. e350pp.
Subseries 1.5: Hydrologic articles. 1926-1984.
This subseries consists of articles on the subject of hydrology, indexed according to Borland's scheme. Arrangement is according to this alphabetical scheme.
13 4 Hydrology 1: XA, XB, XC, XD, XE. 1948-1976. e400pp.
13 5 Hydrology 2: XF, XG, XH, XI. 1933-1976. e350pp.
14 1 Hydrology 3: XL. 1939-1984. e400pp.
14 2 Hydrology 4: XK, XM, XN, XO, XP. 1926-1972. e400pp.
14 3 Hydrology 5: XQ to XW. 1931-1972. e300pp.
14 4 Hydrology: XX vol. 6. 1940-1966. e300pp.
Subseries 1.6: Snow and ice articles. 1912-1985.
Found here are articles on the subject of snow and ice, including avalanches. Indexing is by Borland's alphabetical scheme and dictates the arrangement.
14 5 Snow, Ice--AX0 through AX4. 1912-1972. e250pp.
15 1 Snow, Ice--AX5 thru AX7. 1912-1982. e400pp.
15 2 Snow, Ice--AX8 thru AX10. 1931-1985. e300pp.


Series 2: Indexed reports, 1914-1992

This series consists of reports and publications related to Borland's work that he collected and indexed. Items are mostly publications, reprints, preprints and photocopies along with unpublished reports, lengthy memoranda and Borland's own compilations, all from a variety of sources. Some may contain photographs or correspondence. Reports and publications by Borland are also included. A number of translations of foreign publications can be found here as well. Items are occasionally annotated. Arrangement is by subseries corresponding to Borland's indexing schemes. The index outlines can be found in the appendix.
Box Folder
Subseries 2.1: Sedimentation reports. 1914-1989.
This subseries consists of reports and publications on the subject of sedimentation, indexed according to Borland's scheme. Arrangement is according to this alphanumeric scheme.
16 Sediment transport [divider].
16 1 Wolff, Roger G. and Paul C. Benedict. Sedimentology, general introduction and definitions: fluvial sediment and channel morphology. Washington: USGS Water Resources Division. 1964. e132pp.
16 A0 Sedi[ment] T[ransport] General [divider].
16 2 Parana River--So[uth] America, Einstein, Armor and "n", Degradation. 1972. 11pp.
16 3 Johnson, J. W. The transportation of sediment by flowing water. Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1940. 28pp.
16 4 Rouse, Hunter. An analysis of sediment transportation in the light of fluid turbulence. Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1939. e40pp.
16 5 Pemberton, E. L. "Water related sediment problems". 1972. 33pp.
16 6 Borland, W. M. "Project planning and sedimentation". undated. 7pp.
16 7 Sediment transport, Tom Maddock, Jr. 1976, 1986. e150pp.
16 8 Bruun, Per. "Engineering aspects of sediment transport, including section on Biological aspects by James B. Lackey." Reprint from Reviews in Engineering Geology, vol. 1. 1962. pp. 39-103
16 9 Shulits, Sam. "Quantitative formulation of stream and watershed morphology: two decades of search in the USA". 1967. 14pp.
16 10 Sediment course, A and M. 1947. e150pp.
16 11 Pemberton, Ernest L. "Sediment problems as they relate to irrigation structure operation and maintenance". 1972. e30pp.
16 12 Pemberton, Ernest L. Application of bed-load formulas to the bed-load transport on the Middle Loup River, Dunning, Nebraska. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1950. e150pp.
16 A1 Sedi T. Suspended Load [divider].
16 13 Jarocki, W. Empirical method for the determination of the quantity of sediment transport. Warsaw: Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe. 1958. 11pp.
16 14 Einstein, H. A. and R. B. Krone. "Experiments to determine modes of cohesive sediment transport in salt water". 1961. 26pp.
16 15 Jarocki, Walenty. Correlation between the quantity of bed load and suspended load in rivers. Warsaw: Central Institute for Scientific, Technical and Economic Information. 1968. 46pp.
16 16 Barton, James R. and Maurice L. Albertson. Temperature, seepage, and turbulence as factors affecting suspended sediment concentration. Fort Collins: Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College, Dept. of Civil Engineering. 1953. 75pp.
16 17 Rouse, Hunter. "Experiments on the mechanics of sediment suspension." Reprint from Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress for Applied Mechanics. 1938. e20pp.
16 18 Bender, D. L. Suspended sediment transport in alluvial irrigation channels. Fort Collins: Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College. 1956. 86pp. VIEW
16 A2 Sedi T. Bed Material [divider].
16 19 Gilbert, Grove Karl. The transportation of debris by running water. Washington: GPO. 1914. 263pp.
16 20 Schoklitsch bed-load formulae. 1942. 24pp.
16 21 Born, Artur. Carriage of detritus in rivers and stream beds. Warsaw: Centralny Instytut Informacji Naukowo-Technicznej i Ekonomicznej. 1963. 44pp.
16 22 Liu, Hsin-Kuan and Shoi-Yan Hwang. "A discharge formula for flow in straight alluvial channels". 1958. e50pp.
16 23 Egiazarov, I. V. Movement of large range nonuniform mixtures of sediment. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1965. e40pp.
16 24 Maddock, Thomas, Jr. "The behavior of straight alluvial channels". 1966. 28pp.
16 25 Simons, D. B. "A study of variables affecting flow characteristics and sediment transport in alluvial channels". 1963. e40pp.
16 26 Moss, Marshall E. "Effects of operational procedures in flumes with moveable beds". 1965. e30pp.
16 27 Engelund, Frank and Eggert Hansen. A monography on sediment transport in alluvial streams. Copenhagen, Teknisk Forlag. 1967. 62pp.
16 28 Einstein, H. A. "Formulas for the transportation of bed load." Reprint from Transactions, American Society of Civil Engineers, vol. 107. 1942. pp. 561-597
16 29 Bed material load formula curves, Schoklitsch, Einstein, Meyer-Peter, Kalinske, Straub. undated. e40pp.
16 30 Einstein, Hans A. and George Kalkanis. Sand deposits in canals. Berkeley: Institute of Engineering Research, University of California. 1959. 62pp.
16 31 Zernial, Gerald Allen. "Synthesis of the sediment transporting characteristics of alluvial channels." Thesis. Michigan State University. 1961. 45pp.
16 32 Brown, C. B. "Sediment transportation". undated. 71pp.
16 33 Bedload formula and curves. 1950-1951. e100pp.
16 34 Daniel, P., R. Durand and E. Condolios. Introduction to the study of saltation. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1954. e50pp.
16 35 Shulits, Sam and Ralph D. Hill, Jr. Bedload formulas. University Park: Pennsylvania State University. 1968. e200pp.
16 36 Bagnold, R. A. "The flow of cohesionless grains in fluids". 1956. e120pp.
16 37 Bed load transport, French articles. 1953-1959. e50pp.
16 38 Carter, Rolland W. "Research proposals on movement of water and sediment in open channels". 1958. e75pp.
16 39 Pemberton, Ernest L. "Einstein's bedload function applied to channel design and degradation". 1971. e40pp.
16 40 Einstein, Hans Albert. "Determination of rates of bed-load movement." Reprint from Proceedings of the Federal Inter-Agency Sedimentation Conference. 1947. pp. 75-114
16 41 Chien, Ning. Meyer-Peter formula for bed-load transport and Einstein bed-load function. Berkeley: University of California, Institute of Engineering Research. 1954. 27pp.
16 42 Frijlink, H. C. "Discussion of bedload movement formulas of Kalinske, Einstein, and Meyer-Peter and Muller and their application to recent measurements of bedload movement in the rivers of Holland". 1952. e30pp.
16 43 Straub, Lorenz G. Terminal report on transportation characteristics, Missouri River sediment. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory. 1954. e60pp.
17 1 Gessler, Johannes. The beginning of bedload movement of mixtures investigated as natural armoring in channels. Pasadena: California Institute of Technology. 1967. 89pp.
17 2 Kramer, Hans. "Sand mixtures and sand movement in fluvial models." Reprint from Transactions, American Society of Civil Engineers, vol. 100. 1935. pp. 798-878
17 3 Bed material size and transport--bedload. 1971-1979. e150pp.
17 2AX Sedi[ment] T[ransport] Total Load [divider].
17 4 Colby, B. R. and D. W. Hubbell. Simplified methods for computing total sediment discharge with the modified Einstein procedure. [N.p.]: USGS Water Resources Division. 1957. 35pp.
17 5 "Example problem on computation of total sediment discharge". 1970. e15pp. 2 copies
17 6 Schroeder, K. B. "Unmeasured sediment load". 1953. e15pp.
17 7 "Step method for computing total sediment load by the modified Einstein procedure" (revised). 1955. e20pp.
17 8 Sheppard, John R. "Total sediment transport in the Lower Colorado River". 1961. e25pp.
17 9 "Total suspended sediment load from vertical transport distribution". 1952. e80pp.
17 10 Schroeder, K. B. and C. H. Hembree. "Application of the modified Einstein procedure for computation of total sediment load". 1955. e80pp.
17 A2Y Sedi T. Bed Forms and Effects on sedi trans [divider].
17 11 Engelund, Frank and Eggert Hansen. "Investigations of flow in alluvial streams." Reprint from Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica. 1966. 100pp.
17 12 Kennedy, John F. "The mechanics of dunes and antidunes in erodible-bed channels." Reprint from Journal of Fluid Mechanics, vol. 16, pt. 4. 1963. pp. 521-544
17 13 Allen, J. R. L. "Sedimentation to the lee of small underwater sand waves: an experimental study". 1963. e20pp.
17 14 Chapter 2--"Flow over alluvial bed" by Hsieh W. Shen. undated. 31pp.
17 15 Simons, D. B. and E. V. Richardson. Forms of bed roughness in alluvial channels. Fort Collins: USGS. 1960. 37pp.
17 16 Forchheimer, Ph. Kinetic action of stream flow on bed configuration. Vicksburg, Miss.: US Waterways Experiment Station. 1943. 63pp.
17 A5 Fall Velocity, Size Flock [divider].
17 17 Skidmore, Herrol James. "Development of a stratified-suspension technique for size-frequency analysis." Diss. State University of Iowa. 1948. 54pp.
17 18 Schulz, E. F., R. H. Wilde and M. L. Albertson. Influence of shape on the fall velocity of sedimentary particles. Fort Collins: Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College. 1954. 164pp.
17 19 Zeigler, John M. and Barbara Gill. Tables and graphs for the settling velocity of quartz in water, above the range of Stokes' law. Woods Hole, Mass.: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. 1959. e75pp.
17 A Erosion and Sediment Yield [divider].
17 A12 Erosion Analysis [divider].
17 20 Brune, Gunnar M. Rates of sediment production in midwestern United States. Milwaukee: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1948. 42pp.
17 21 Sundborg, Ake. "The River Klaralven: a study of fluvial processes." Reprint from Geografiska Annaler hafte 2-3. 1956. pp.127-316
17 22 Gottschalk, Louis C. and Gunnar M. Brune. "Sediment design criteria for the Missouri Basin Loess Hills". undated. e50pp.
17 23 Miller, Carl R. "Hydrogeomorphology". 1963. 15pp.
17 24 Guy, H. P. et al. Sediment yield from small watersheds and its detention by flood-retarding structures: report of progress to June 1957. Washington: USGS Water Resources Division. 1958. 174pp.
17 25 Silting of small reservoirs (Russian). undated. e100pp.
17 26 Predicting rainfall-erosion losses from cropland east of the Rocky Mountains: guide for selection of practices for soil and water conservation. Washington: USDA Agricultural Research Service. 1965. 47pp.
17 27 Pacific Southwest Inter-Agency Committee. "Report of the Water Management Subcommittee on factors affecting sediment yield in the Pacific Southwest area and selection and evaluation of measures for reduction of erosion and sediment yield" . 1968. e20pp.
17 28 Schumm, S. A. and R. J. Chorley. "Talus weathering and scarp recession in the Colorado plateaus." Reprint from Annals of Geomorphology, vol. 10, no. 1. 1966. pp. 11-36
17 29 "Engineering geology of debris flows along the southwest side of the San Joaquin Valley, California, 1957-59". 1960. e150pp.
17 30 Miller, Carl R., Russell Woodburn and Herschel R. Turner. "Upland gully sediment production". undated. e40pp.
17 31 Nelson, Leonard M. Sediment transport by streams in the Deschutes and Nisqually river basins, Washington, November 1971-June 1973. Tacoma: USGS. 1974. 33pp.
17 32 Rapp, A. "Avalanche boulder tongues in Lappland." Reprint from Geografiska Annaler, no. 1. 1959. pp. 34-48
17 33 Miller, John and Luna B. Leopold. "The use of soils and paleosols for interpreting geomorphic and climatic history of arid regions." Reprint from Desert Research, Proceedings of the International Symposium. 1952. pp. 453-462
17 34 Horton, Robert E. "Erosional development of streams and their drainage basins: hydrophysical approach to quantitative morphology". 1945. e100pp.
17 35 Schumm, S. A. and R. F. Hadley. Progress in the application of landform analysis in studies of semiarid erosion. Washington: USGS. 1961. 14pp.
17 36 Sediment yield and required storage capacity for Nebraska. 1960. 46pp.
17 37 Parsons, Donald A., Robert P. Apmann and George H. Decker. "The determination of sediment yields from flood water sampling". 1963. e30pp.
17 38 Rosa, J. M. and M. H. Tigerman. Some methods for relating sediment production to watershed conditions. Ogden, Utah: USDA Forest Service. 1951. 19pp.
17 39 Wischmeier, W. H., D. D. Smith and R. E. Uhland. "Evaluation of factors in the soil-loss equation". 1957. 20pp.
17 40 Soil loss prediction for Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Texas. undated. 64pp.
17 41 Gottschalk, L. C. Manual of instruction: summarization of suspended-load data. Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1941. 26pp.
17 42 Sediment discharge relations, Forest Service manual. 1969. e50pp.
17 43 Wolman, M. Gordon. "The frequency and magnitude of events controlling landforms". undated. e30pp.
17 44 Chapter 15--"Upslope erosion analysis" by W. H. Wischmeier. undated. 26pp.
17 45 Present and prospective technology for predicting sediment yields and sources: proceedings of the Sediment-Yield Workshop, USDA Sedimentation Laboratory, Oxford, Mississippi. 1972 November 28-30. 285pp.
17 46 Meeuwig, R. O. and P. E. Packer. "Erosion and runoff on forest and range lands." Reprint from Watershed Management on Range and Forest Lands. 1975. pp. 105-116
18 A13 Sediment Yield Rating Curves [divider].
18 1 Tatum, Fred E. "A new method of estimating debris storage requirements for debris basins". 1963. e30pp.
18 2 Mundorff, James C. A program of fluvial sediment investigations in Kansas. [Topeka]: State of Kansas. 1961. 48pp.
18 3 Maruyasu, Takakazu and D. G. T. Rees. "Movements of bed-sediment in mountain rivers". 1966. e50pp.
18 4 Miller, C. R. "Effect of upstream water depletions on the downstream sediment transport". 1951. e30pp.
18 5 Sediment yield rates, Dept of Agriculture. 1. Midwest; 2. Southwest; 3. Sacramento and San Joaquin. Runoff in Missouri R[iver]. 1945-1949. e100pp.
18 6 Andrews, Edmund D. Present and potential sediment yields in the Yampa River Basin, Colorado and Wyoming. [N.p.]: USGS. 1978. 13pp.
18 7 Onions, C. A. Sediment transport in streams in the Umpqua River Basin, Oregon. Portland: USGS Water Resources Division. 1969. 45pp.
18 8 Miller, Carl R. Analysis of flow-duration, sediment-rating curve method of computing sediment yield. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1951. 55pp.
18 9 Glymph, Louis M., Jr. Relation of sedimentation to accelerated erosion in the Missouri River Basin. Lincoln, Nebr.: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1951. 22pp.
18 10 "The Badger Wash study area: a descriptive report". 1956. e10pp.
18 11 Production and yield rates of sediment by SCS and ARS methods for South Dakota. 1958. e15pp.
18 12 Dragoun, Frank J. Field and laboratory procedures used in determining suspended sediment yield from two experimental watersheds at Hastings, Nebraska. [N.p.]: USDA Agricultural Research Service. 1960. 41pp.
18 13 Anderson, H. W., G. B. Coleman and P. J. Zinke. Summer slides and winter scour: dry-wet erosion in southern California mountains. Berkeley: USDA Forest Service. 1959. 12pp.
18 14 Flaxman, Elliott M. and Robert D. High. Sedimentation in drainage basins of the Pacific Coast states: a summary of published and unpublished information. Portland: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1955. e150pp.
18 15 Guatemala sedi[ment] yield reports. 1955-1972. e100pp.
18 A13X Reports Yield Rate Studies [divider].
18 16 Borland, W. M. "Sediment inflow into Lake Powell and Lake Mead and effects on the Colorado River channel". 1962. e30pp.
18 17 Miller, Carl R. Analysis of flow-duration, sediment-rating curve method of computing sediment yield. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1951. 55pp.
18 18 Ruby, Earl C. "Evaluation of check dams for sediment control". 1973. e100pp.
18 19 Ruby, Earl C. "Sediment trend study: L. A. River flood prevention project". 1973. e100pp.
18 20 Sanford, Hollis and W. M. Borland. Cooperative water supply studies for South Coast Irrigation District, Puerto Rico Water Resources Authority. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1962. 41pp.
18 [A14].
18 21 Liou, John. "Mud flood and mud flow mapping in Davis County, Utah". undated . e42pp.
18 Reservoir Sedimentation [divider].
18 DO Manuals and Gen [divider].
18 22 [Reservoirs; diversion dams]. 1988, undated. 4pp.
18 23 Arkansas River and tributaries, multi-purpose plan, Arkansas and Oklahoma. Project design memorandum no. 6, sedimentation--part IV, Dardanelle Reservoir. Little Rock, US Army Corps of Engineers. 1957. e150pp.
18 24 Reservoir deposits and surveys, ACSE sedimentation handbook. undated. e40pp.
18 25 Brown, Carl B. The control of reservoir silting. Washington: US GPO. 1943. 166pp.
18 26 Eakin, Henry M. Silting of reservoirs. Washington: USDA. 1936. 141pp.
18 27 Sedimentation investigations of rivers and reservoirs. [Washington]: US Army Corps of Engineers. 1989. e200pp.
18 28 Miller, C. R. Effect of upstream water depletions on the downstream sediment transport. [N.p.]: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1951. e30pp.
18 29 Daines, Nolan H. Study of suspended sediment in the Colorado River. [N.p.]: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1949. e40pp.
18 30 Heinemann, H. G. and V. I. Dvorak. "Improved volumetric survey and computation procedures for small reservoirs". 1963. e40pp.
18 31 S.C.S. [Soil Conservation Service] and A.R.S. [Agricultural Research Service] reservoir resurvey manual. 1964. e30pp.
18 32 Shamblin, Omega H. "Reservoir sedimentation surveys in the U. S. Army Engineer District, Vicksburg, Mississippi". 1963. 13pp.
18 33 Filaseta, Leonard. Sediment consideration in reservoir planning and the effect on the reservoir's life. Billings: Bureau of Reclamation. 1953. 22pp.
18 34 Schoklitsch, The silting of a reservoir. undated. e50pp.
18 35 C.E. [Corps of Engineers] survey manual. 1961. 40pp.
18 36 Reservoir sedimentation, sediment inflow, trap efficiency, degradation in Bavaria. 1970. 26pp.
18 37 "Procedure: sediment storage requirements for reservoirs". 1968. 23pp.
18 38 "Report on the removal and disposal of sediment and debris at Roseires Dam powerplant intake on the Blue Nile in Sudan". 1981. e100pp.
18 39 Blanton, James O., III. Procedures for monitoring reservoir sedimentation. Denver: Bureau of Reclamation. 1982. e50pp.
18 40 Strand, Robert I. and Ernest L. Pemberton. Reservoir sedimentation. Denver: Bureau of Reclamation. 1982. 48pp.
18 41 Murthy, B. N. Life of reservoir. New Delhi: Central Board of Irrigation and Power. 1977. e100pp.
18 42 Sediment deposition in reservoirs; degradation below a dam; aggradation above reservoirs; workshop problems, by E. L. Pemberton. 1974. e50pp.
18 43 Reservoir sedimentation; sediment inflow; flow-duration curves; unit weight; trap efficiency; depth at dam; distribution; degradation; settling basins. undated. e50pp.
18 44 Sediment review: Bhakra Dam and Reservoir, India. Preliminary draft. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1966. e100pp.
18 D1 Unit Weight [divider].
18 45 "A graphical procedure to determine the 100-year unit weight of deposited sediments." Denver: Bureau of Reclamation. 1961. 6pp.
18 46 Miller, Carl R. Determination of the unit weight of sediment for use in sediment volume computations. [Denver]: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1953. 6pp.
18 47 Long, D. V. and R. F. Scott. "Experiments on artificially sedimented clays". undated. e30pp.
18 48 Heinemann, Herman G. Using the radioisotope sediment densitometer on Sabetha Lake in Kansas. [N.p.]: USDA Agricultural Research Service. 1960. 18pp.
18 49 Heinemann, Herman G. "Using the gamma probe to determine the volume-weight of reservoir sediment." Extract of publication no. 59 of the I.A.S.H. Commission of Land Erosion. 1962. pp. 411-423
18 50 Lara, J. M. and E. L. Pemberton. "Initial unit weight of deposited sediments". 1963. 42pp.
19 D2 Distribution of Sedi[ment] [divider].
19 1 Borland, Whitney M. and Carl R. Miller. "Distribution of sediment in large reservoirs". 1958. 10pp.
19 2 Chapter 15--Survey and prediction of sedimentation in reservoirs by Ernest L. Pemberton. undated. 20pp.
19 3 Sediment disposition by Hobbs. 1969. e25pp.
19 4 Hobbs, Brice. "Distribution of reservoir sediment deposits". 1969. e20pp.
19 5 Heinemann, Herman G. "Sediment distribution in Soil Conservation Service floodwater retarding structures, Missouri Basin Loess Hills" [and other documents]. 1961-1968. e100pp.
19 6 Distribution of sediment in a reservoir, Borland-Miller [and other documents]. 1950-1965. e150pp.
19 7 Bitoun, Marcel and A. H. Makarochian. "Delta formation and storage depletion behind Mangla Dam". undated. 20pp.
19 D3 Trap Efficiency [divider].
19 8 Gottschalk, L. C. "Trap efficiency of small floodwater-retarding structures". 1965. 12pp.
19 D4 Delta Formation [divider].
19 9 Bondurant, Donald C. Report on reservoir delta reconnaissance. Omaha: US Army, Corps of Engineers. 1955. 77pp.
19 10 Arnborg, Lennart. "The delta of Angermanalven." Reprint from Geografiska Annaler 1948, hafte 3-4. 1948. pp. 673-690
19 11 Sundborg, Ake. "The importance of the sediment problem in the technical and economic development of river basins." Reprint from Annales Academiae Regiae Scientiarum Upsaliensis. 1964. pp. 33-52
19 12 Lusby, Gregg C. and Richard F. Hadley. "Processes of deposition behind low dams and barriers". undated. 27pp.
19 13 Axelsson, Valter. "The Laitaure delta: a study of deltaic morphology and processes." Reprint from Geografiska Annaler, vol. 49 ser. a. 1967. 127pp.
19 14 Sedimentation and delta formation in Boysen Reservoir, Wyoming. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1960. 60pp.
19 15 Sediment problem of reservoir, All-American Canal, Montrose Model. undated. e20pp.
19 16 Kuiper, E. "Sediment transport and delta formation". undated. e20pp.
19 17 Fowler, L. "Observations in the White River delta area of Fort Randall Reservoir". 1957. e30pp.
19 D6 Stratification, sluicing [divider].
19 18 Control of sedimentation in reservoirs in Algeria. 1959. e30pp.
19 19 Investigation of turbid releases from Trinity Reservoir--Trinity River Division, Central Valley Project, California. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1966. e20pp.
19 20 The silting experiments of the Cen-San-Pee Reserv[oir]. undated. e30pp.
19 21 Progress report: an investigation of the effect of engineering structures upon the dissolved oxygen content of streams and reservoirs. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1961. 63pp.
19 22 Water chemistry survey of Boulder Basin, Lake Mead. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1965. 36pp.
19 23 Valembois, J. Recent work on density currents. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1967. 21pp.
19 24 Mortimer, C. H. "Water movements in lakes during summer stratification: evidence from the distribution of temperature in Windermere". 1952. e50pp.
19 25 Jarecki, E. A. and T. D. Murphy. "Sediment withdrawal investigation, Guernsey Reservoir". 1963. e30pp.
19 26 Plate, E. J. and C. W. Lin. Investigations of the thermally stratified boundary layer. Fort Collins: Fluid Dynamics and Diffusion Laboratory, Colorado State University. 1966. 40pp.
19 27 Stratified flow in reservoirs and its use in prevention of silting. undated. e30pp.
19 D7 Resurvey Reports [divider].
19 28 Dendy, F. E. and W. A. Champion. Summary of reservoir sediment deposition surveys made in the United States through 1965. Washington: USDA. 1969. 64pp.
19 29 Dendy, F. E. and W. A. Champion. Sediment deposition in U.S. reservoirs: summary of data reported through 1975. Washington: USDA. 1978. 82pp.
19 30 Brown, Carl B. and Eldon M. Thorp. Reservoir sedimentation in the Sacramento-San Joaquin drainage basins, California. Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service [and] Brown, Carl B. Rates of sediment production in southwestern United States. Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1945, 1947. e120pp.
19 31 The 1964 sedimentation survey of Boysen Reservoir, Wyoming. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1965. e80pp.
19 32 Sedimentation in Cold Springs Reservoir, Umatilla County, Oregon. [N.p.]: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1953. 26pp.
19 33 Lara, J. M. and J. I. Sanders. The 1963-64 Lake Mead study. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1970. 172pp.
19 34 Sediment deposition in U.S. reservoirs: summary of data reported 1976-80. [N.p.]: Interagency Advisory Committee on Water Data. 1983. 32pp.
19 35 The 1957 sedimentation survey of Elephant Butte Reservoir. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1960. e150pp.
19 36 Summary of reservoir sedimentation surveys made in the United States through 1950. [N.p.]: Corps of Engineers, Dept. of Army. 1953. 31pp.
19 37 The 1965 sedimentation survey of Angostura Reservoir, South Dakota. Denver: US Bureau of the Interior. 1967. e50pp.
19 38 Holeman, John N. and A. F. Geiger. Sedimentation of Lake Barcroft, Fairfax County, Va. [N.p.]: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1959. 12pp.
19 39 McHenry, J. Roger and Paul H. Hawks. Cooperative sedimentation survey for Puerto Rico Water Resources Authority and Bureau of Reclamation, United States Department of the Interior. Oxford, Miss.: USDA Agricultural Research Service. 1965. e50pp.
19 40 Sedimentation in TVA reservoirs. Knoxville: Tennessee Valley Authority. 1968. 38pp.
19 41 McCain, E. H. "Measurement of sedimentation in TVA reservoirs". 1957. 12pp.
19 42 Lara, Joe M. The 1969 Elephant Butte Reservoir sediment survey. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1972. 54pp.
19 D10 Studies and Talks [divider].
19 43 Sedimentation in TVA reservoirs. Knoxville: Tennessee Valley Authority. 1968. 38pp.
19 44 Borland, W. M. Sediment review: Bhakra Dam and Reservoir, India. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1966. e20pp.
19 45 Report on backwater and tailwater studies for Auburn Dam. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1969. e50pp.
19 46 Report on tailwater study for final design puposes, Morrow Point Dam, Curecanti Unit, Colorado River Storage Project. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1962. e50pp.
19 47 Backwater and sedimentation study above Red Bluff Dam. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1970. e150pp.
19 48 Whiskeytown Delta, Clearcreek Power Plant Study. 1960. e50pp.
19 49 Sediment studies, Rainbow Bridge Protective Works, Glen Canyon Unit, C.R.S.P. [Colorado River Storage Project]. 1960. e60pp.
19 50 Borland, W. M. "Sediment inflow into Lake Powell and Lake Mead and effects on the Colorado River channel". 1962. e25pp.
19 51 Sedimentation of the Bill Williams arm of Lake Havasu by E. L. Pemberton. 1970. e20pp.
20 E Canals and Intakes [divider].
20 E0 General [divider].
20 1 Dominy, Floyd E. "Design considerations in the economic handling of sediment in irrigation systems". 1964. e40pp.
20 2 Location and sedimentation, diversion dams by Florante Albano. undated. e50pp.
20 3 Sediment problems in relation to the Danube-Tisa-Danube canal system (diversion from a river) by Bogardi. 1961. e50pp.
20 4 Uppal, H. L. Sediment control in rivers and canals. New Delhi: [Central Board of Irrigation and Power]. 1966. 320pp.
20 E1 Diversion Dams, Settling Basins [divider].
20 5 Pemberton, Ernest L. and Joe M. Lara. A procedure to determine sediment deposition in a settling basin. [N.p.]: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1971. 8pp.
20 6 Pemberton, Ernest L. and Joe M. Lara. A procedure to determine sediment deposition in a settling basin. [N.p.]: US Bureau of Reclamation [in binder with] also Spaw[ning] grounds by Einstein & Vetter's Imperial dam artical [sic article]. 1971. e50pp.
20 7 Muhamedzhanov, F. Sh. The design (calculation) of precipitating sediment in irrigational basins. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1964. e30pp.
20 8 Lamble, J. Approximate method for sediment removing structure design calculations. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1961. 30pp.
20 9 LaBaye and Fauconnier. Model studies of the necessary steps for improving the desilting of an existing intake. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1954. e40pp.
20 10 Irrigation and hydraulic design by Serge Leliavsky. 1957. e50pp.
20 11 Simons, D. B. "Exclusion and ejection of excess sediment from canals, distributatries, and reservoirs". undated. e50pp.
20 12 Crosby, James W. and E. Roy Tinney. Hydraulic model studies of rock traps. Pullman: Washington State University. 1963. e20pp.
20 13 Karaki, S. S. and R. M. Haynie. Model investigation of the silt excluder system for the Trimmu-Sidhnai link, Indus Basin Project, West Pakistan. [Fort Collins]: Colorado State University Research Foundation. 1962. 23pp.
20 14 Karaki, S. S. Desilting structure at the Gaulanday Canal headworks, Coello Project, Columbia, S.A.: model study. Fort Collins: Colorado State University Research Foundation. 1961. 20pp.
20 15 Stambach, E. and L. Kalt. Collecting basins for mountain streams. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1952. e20pp.
20 16 Borland, W. M. "Settling basins and desilting works". undated. 5pp.
20 17 Martin, Harold M. and E. J. Carlson. "Model studies of sediment control structures on diversion dams". 1953. 24pp.
20 E7 Intakes & Marinas [divider].
20 18 Laboratory investigation of Sioux City boat marina entrance. Omaha: US Army Corps of Engineers. 1967. 9pp.
20 19 Spataru, A. "Plan for improvement of entrances into river harbor basins." Reprint from Hidrotehnica, vol. 8, no. 4. 1963. pp. 135-139
20 20 Bondurant, Donald C. and Robert H. Livesey. "Sediment problems of reservoir recreation facilities". 1965. e15pp.
20 21 Ferrese, Robert and Ernest L. Pemberton. "Design considerations to control diversion of sediment at intake structures for main canals". 1973. 36pp.
20 E8 Fish problems [divider].
20 22 Holland, J. J. "Feasibility analysis of a hydraulic flushing technique for cleaning spawning gravel, phase I - ED and T 1248". 1964. 14pp.
20 23 Mahmood, Khalid. "Fish facilities at river development projects". 1972. 54pp.
20 24 Boldt decision. 1975. e80pp.
20 25 Collings, M. R. Generalization of spawning and rearing discharges for several Pacific salmon species in western Washington. Tacoma: USGS. 1974. 39pp.
20 E9 Canals--Lining [divider].
20 26 Physical characteristics of the bentonite/soil interface, sediment sealing project, lower-cost canal lining program. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1958. e20pp.
20 27 Field inspection of Lateral 1, North Platte Project, Wyoming-Nebraska. 1957. e40pp.
20 28 Corfitzen, W. E. A study of the effect of silt on absorbing light which promotes the growth of algae and moss in canals. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1939. e20pp.
20 29 Linings for irrigation canals, including a progress report on the lower cost canal lining program. 1st ed. Washington: US GPO. 1963. 149pp.
20 E10 Drops, Check, Chutes [divider].
20 30 Rock and sheet pile drop str. undated. e20pp.
20 31 Donnelly, Charles A. and Fred W. Blaisdell. Straight drop spillway stilling basin. [N.p.]: University of Minnesota, St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory. 1954. 35pp.
20 32 Channel with drops or sills, La Houille Blanche--Bondurant. 1950. 30pp.
20 33 Rational design of a stepped channel by Lombardi and Marquenet, translated by D. C. Bondurant. 1950. 30pp.
20 34 "Sheet pile drop structures for drainage channel control, Cambridge Canal". 1954. e40pp.
20 35 Vanoni, Vito A. and Robert E. Pollak. Experimental design of low rectangular drops for alluvial flood channels: final report. Pasadena: California Institute of Technology. 1959. 122pp.
20 F Stable Channels, Behavior, Design [divider].
20 36 Hydraulics of bridge waterways. 2nd ed. Washington: US Dept. of Transportation. 1970. 111pp.
20 37 Kelly, William. "The Colorado River problem." Reprint from Transactions, American Society of Civil Engineers, vol. 88. 1925. pp. 306-437
20 38 "Sediment behavior in rivers," River and Delta Morphology, by R.J. Russel. 1967. e30pp.
20 39 "River mileage measurement". 1967. 14pp.
20 40 Ramser, C. E. Erosion and silting of dredged drainage ditches. Washington: USDA. 1930. 55pp.
20 41 Maddock, Thomas, Jr. "Behavior of channels upstream from reservoirs." Reprint from International Association of Scientific Hydrology Publication 71, Symposium of Garda, vol. 2. 1966 October. pp. 812-823
20 42 Leopold, Luna B. "Downstream change of velocity in rivers." Reprint from American Journal of Science, vol. 251. 1953 August. pp. 606-624
20 43 Reckendorf, Frank F. "Geomorphic features of Oregon streams and flood plains". 1969. 27pp.
20 44 Simons, D. "Design criteria for channel stabilization of the north fork of the South Platte River". 1967. e150pp.
20 45 Water control. Chicago: Portland Cement Association. 1959. 36pp.
20 46 "Design of open channels". 1977. e300pp.
20 47 Lane, E. W. Progress report no. 1 on study of non-silting, non-scouring canal sections for the All-American Canal. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1933. 28pp.
20 48 Rzhanitsyn, N. A. Morphological and hydrological regularities of the structure of the river net. [N.p.]: USDA. undated. 380pp.
20 49 Planning and design of open channels. [N.p.]: USDA. 1964. e150pp.
20 50 Gravel-bed rivers [photocopies from book]. undated. e200pp.
20 51 De Vries, M. "Morphological computations". 1977. 69pp.
21 1 Stevens, J. C. "Future of Lake Mead and Elephant Butte Reservoir". 1945-1946. e20pp.
21 2 Highways in the river environment: hydraulic and environmental design considerations. Basic course: instructor's lesson plans. [N.p.]: US Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration. 1975. e80pp.
21 3 "Lower Yellowstone riverbank stabilization program: review board report". 1974. 76pp.
21 4 Bekaert gabions. undated. 57pp.
21 5 "Interim report on channel deterioration study of natural and artificial drainageways in Republican, Loup, and Little Sioux river areas, Nebraska and Iowa". 1953. e30pp.
21 6 Shindala, Adnan and Melville S. Priest. The meandering of natural streams in alluvial materials. State College: Water Resources Research Institute, Mississippi State University. 1968. 21pp.
21 7 "Reference list: river engineering". 1963. 15pp.
21 8 "Sediment discharge in irrigation canals" by Simons and Miller, plus paper by Ahmad and Rehman on channel design. 1962, 1966. e200pp
21 9 Stable channel design using CHOP data. undated. e100pp.
21 10 Problems of river runoff control. Vol. 6. Jerusalem: Israel Program for Scientific Translations. 1961. 145pp.
21 11 Chapter 4--River morphology by Kuiper. 1965. e75pp.
21 12 Chapter 1--River response by Julio Santos-Cayade and D.B. Simons. undated. 25pp.
21 13 Tiffany, J. B. Review of research on channel stabilization of the Mississippi River, 1931-1962. Vicksburg, Miss.: US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station. 1962. e100pp.
21 14 "Stream bank protection and channel stabilization". undated. e40pp.
21 15 Kordas, Boleslaw. Designing of river bed cross sections taking into account bed load transportation. Warsaw: Central Institute for Scientific, Technical and Economic Information. 1968. 7pp.
21 16 Simons, Daryl B. "Theory and design of stable channels in alluvial materials." Diss. Colorado State University. 1957. 394pp.
21 F1 Tractive Force [divider].
21 17 Shields, Ing A. "Application of similarity principles and turbulence research to bed-load movement". 1936. e60pp.
21 18 Tractive force study, progress report #3, gen[eral] report no. GEN-26. 1961-1962. e200pp.
21 19 Canal trapezoidal channel discharge tables, with tractive force. 1957. e30pp.
21 20 Gessler, Johannes. The beginning of bedload movement of mixtures investigated as natural armoring in channels. Pasadena: California Institute of Technology. 1968. 89pp.
21 21 Tractive force. 1949-1952. e350pp.
21 22 Nagy, Laszlo. "Hydraulic problems in slope stability." Reprint, Budapest. c. 1972. e30pp.
21 23 Enger, Phillip F. "Tractive force fluctuations around an open channel perimeter as determined from point velocity measurements". 1961. e40pp.
21 24 Sedimentation studies in open channels, boundary shear and velocity distribution by the membrane analogy, analytic, and finite-difference methods. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1952. e40pp.
21 25 Vanoni, Vito A. Measurements of critical shear stress for entraining fine sediments in a boundary layer. Pasadena: California Institute of Technology. 1964. 47pp.
21 26 Carlson, E. J. and P. F. Enger. Tractive force study, Fort Laramie Canal. 1953. 5pp.
21 27 Harp, Jimmy Frank. "Critical tractive force of uniform sands". 1963. e25pp.
21 28 Rektorik, Robert J. and Ernest T. Smerdon. "Critical shearing forces on cohesive soils from a rotating shear apparatus". 1964. 14pp.
21 29 Smerdon, E. T. and R. P. Beasley. The tractive force theory applied to stability of open channels in cohesive soils. Columbia: University of Missouri. 1959. 36pp.
21 F3 Critical Velocity [divider].
21 30 Stable channels: tractive force, competent velocity, tractive power. 1960. e20pp.
21 31 Sundborg, Ake. "Some aspects of fluvial sediments and fluvial morphology. I. General views and graphic methods." Reprint from Geografiska Annaler, vol. 49, ser. A. 1967. pp. 333-343
21 32 Fortier, Samuel and Fred C. Scobey. "Permissible canal velocities." Reprint from Transactions, American Society of Civil Engineers, vol. 89. 1926. pp. 940-984
21 33 Stability of coarse bed-material in open channel flow by C. R. Neill. 1967-1968. e100pp.
21 34 Critical [velocity ...], grain size, pictures of Canadian River, Sanford Dam. undated. e20pp.
21 F4 Bank Erosion, Protection, Width [divider].
21 35 MIT progress report: stream forces causing bank erosion. 1959. 20pp.
21 36 The shape of alluvial channels by T. Maddock. undated. e20pp.
21 37 Schaffernak's data on sedimentation. undated. e100pp.
21 38 Erosion control of drainage channels, temporary measures, design criteria. 1968. e50pp.
21 39 Use of steel jetties on alluvial streams. Albuquerque: US Army Corps of Engineers. 1962. e30pp.
22 1 Ree, W. O. Report of preliminary tests of a fine mesh jute channel liner. [N.p.]: USDA Agricultural Research Service. 1960. 23pp.
22 2 Civil works: flood control on the lower Mississippi River. Fort Belvoir, Va.: The Engineer School. undated. 72pp.
22 3 Stabilization of sandy soils along canal laterals by means of surface penetration using asphalt emulsion E-7 lateral, Eden Project, Wyoming. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1955. e25pp.
22 4 O'Brien, John T. Studies of the use of pervious fence for streambank revetment. Pasadena: California Institute of Technology. 1951. 66pp.
22 5 Size and shape of stream channels in sand, Wolman and Brush. undated. e50pp.
22 6 Oliver, Paul A. and Sten J. Freeland. "Channel stabilization of the lower Colorado River". undated. e20pp.
22 7 Value engineering, channel slope protection. 1969. e50pp.
22 8 Bank protection by gabions, wire mesh bags. 1960-1961. e30pp.
22 9 Use of kellner jetties on alluvial streams. Albuquerque: US Army Corps of Engineers. 1953. e20pp.
22 10 Erosion Control, Inc. 1976. e20pp.
22 11 Erosion problems from different aspects. Stockholm: Swedish Geotechnical Institute. 1964. e25pp.
22 12 Buried asphalt membrane canal lining by Hosig and Benson. 1951. e50pp.
22 13 Kajetanowicz, Zbigniew. "A correlation between the grain-size of a mountain river bed load and the physiographical properties of such river." Reprint from Archiwum Hydrotechniki, vol. 5, no. 1. 1958. pp. 3-19
22 14 Carey, Walter C. "Construction problems in comprehensive river stabilization". 1965. 38pp.
22 15 Channel stabilization structures by C[orps] of E [ngineers], Kansas City Dist. Office. 1959. e30pp.
22 16 Hold That River. undated. e15pp.
22 F5 Local Scour, Contractions, Levees, Groins [divider].
22 17 Patel, M. S. Scour control at skew bridge abutments by the use of spur dikes. Bethlehem, Penn.: Lehigh University Institute of Research. 1961. 45pp.
22 18 Karaki, Susumu S. Hydraulic model study of spur dikes for highway bridge openings. Fort Collins: Colorado State University. 1959. e20pp.
22 19 Chang, F. M. and V. M. Yevdjevich. Analytical study of local scour. Fort Collins: Colorado State University. 1962. 20pp.
22 20 Karaki, S. S. and R. M. Haynie. Mechanics of local scour, part II, bibliography. Fort Collins: Colorado State University. 1963. 51pp.
22 21 Shen, H. W., V. R. Schneider and S. S. Karaki. Mechanics of local scour. Fort Collins: Colorado State University. 1966. 56pp.
22 22 Bridges: scours and waterways and hydraulic loss. undated. e30pp.
22 23 Culbertson, D. M., L. E. Young and J. C. Brice. Scour and fill in alluvial channels with particular reference to bridge sites. [N.p.]: USGS. 1967. 58pp.
22 24 Neill, C. R. River-bed scour: a review for bridge engineers. Ottawa: Canadian Good Roads Association. 1964. 37pp.
22 25 Maza A., J. A. Socavacion bajo tuberias. [N.p.]: Organizacion Submarina Mexicana. 1968. 56pp.
22 26 Maza Alvarez, Jose Antonio and Jose Luis Sanchez Bribiesca. "Contribucion al estudio de la socavacion local en pilas de puente." Reprint from Ingenieria, vol. 34, no. 1. 1964. pp. 43-55
22 27 Flood control by dikes (levees). undated. e50pp.
22 28 Scour at bridge waterways. 1970. e50pp.
22 29 Equilibrium of rivers with sediment by Saburo Komura. undated. e70pp.
22 30 Pemberton, Ernest L. and Joseph M. Lara. Computing degradation and local scour: technical guideline for Bureau of Reclamation. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1984. 48pp.
22 31 Scour at bridge crossings by Laursen. undated. e30pp.
22 32 Localized scour in erodible-bed channels. 1967. e40pp.
22 33 Liu, H. K., F. M. Chang and M. M. Skinner. Effect of bridge constriction on scour and backwater. Fort Collins: Colorado State University. 1961. 118pp.
22 34 Scour around bridge piers and abutments by E. M. Laursen and A. Tock. 1956. 60pp.
22 35 Sediment scour at structures by M. M. Abou-Seida. 1963. 29pp.
22 36 Scour at bridge crossings by Emmett M. Laursen. 1958. 53pp.
22 F6 Riprap, Gravel Filters, Armor [divider].
22 37 Stabilization of alluvial channels by Simons and Bhowmik. 1969. e50pp.
22 38 Criteria for graded stone riprap for channel protection. 1966. e50pp.
22 39 Riprap for bank protection. 1967. 43pp.
22 40 Anderson, Alvin G., Amreek S. Paintal and John T. Davenport. Tentative design procedure for riprap-lined channels. Washington: Highway Research Board, National Academy of Sciences. 1970. 75pp.
22 41 Posey, C. J. "Some basic requirements for protection against erosion." Reprint from Proceedings, Minnesota International Hydraulics Convention. 1953. pp. 85-88
22 42 Stevens, Michael A., Daryl B. Simons and Gary L. Lewis. "Safety factors for riprap protection". 1974. 45pp.
22 43 River bank protection, riprap. undated. e100pp.
22 44 Judd, Harl E. "A study of bed characteristics in relation to flow in rough, high-gradient, natural channels." Diss. Utah State University. 1963. 182 pp.
22 45 Cecil, E. A. and S. S. Karaki. Earth embankment erosion control study. Fort Collins: Colorado State University. 1962. 11pp.
22 46 Hydraulic design of rock riprap by F. B. Campbell. 1966. e40pp.
22 47 The use of laboratory tests to develop design criteria for protective filters. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1955. e25pp.
22 48 Stabilization of channels in coarse, non-uniform bed material by Simons and Hamilton. undated. 31pp.
22 49 Little, William C. and Paul G. Mayer. The role of sediment gradation on channel armoring. Atlanta: Georgia Institute of Technology. 1972. 104pp.
22 50 Gunter, Arthur. Die kritische mittlere Sohlenschubspannung bei Geschiebemischungen unter Berucksichtigung der Deckschichtbildung und der turbulenzbedingten Sohlenschubspannungsschwankungen. Zurich: Versuchsanstalt fur Wasserbau, Hydrologie und Glaziologie. 1971. 69pp.
22 51 Carlson, Enos J. "Laboratory study to determine cover blanket for Kennewick Main Canal, Washington". 1958. e30pp.
22 F7 Bed Slope, Drops, Gullies [divider].
22 52 Ripley, H. C. "Relation of depth to curvature of channels." Reprint from Transactions, American Society of Civil Engineers, vol. 90. 1927. pp. 207-265
22 53 Systematic changes in the beds of alluvial rivers, Walter C. Carey and M. Dean Keller. 1957. e30pp.
22 54 Grade stabilization and internal drainage. Omaha: US Army Corps of Engineers. 1962. e70pp.
22 55 Sugio, Sutesaburo. "On the equilibrium bed profiles of rivers." Reprint from Bulletin of Faculty Engineering, Tokushima University, vol. 2, no. 2. 1965. pp. 37-77
22 56 Stufft, Wayne A. "Erosion control for Gering Valley". 1965. e40pp.
22 F8 Bends, Alignment, Meander [divider].
22 57 Friedkin, J. F. A laboratory study of the meandering of alluvial rivers. Vicksburg, Miss.: US Waterways Experiment Station. 1945. e80pp.
22 58 Lane, E. W. A study of the shape of channels formed by natural streams flowing in erodible material. Omaha: US Army Corps of Engineers. 1957. e80pp.
22 59 Frenette, M. and B. Harvey. "River channel processes". undated. e26pp.
23 1 Escobar, Daniel E. "A study of stream meanders." Thesis. State University of Iowa. 1944. 56pp.
23 2 Umar, Chaudari Mohammad. "A study of the causes of the meandering of rivers." Thesis. University of Colorado. 1950. e100pp.
23 3 Einstein, H. A. and H. W. Shen. "A study on meandering in straight alluvial channels". 1963. 18pp.
23 4 Nuguid, Cezar P. "A study of meanders." Thesis. University of Iowa. 1950. 60pp.
23 5 Schumm, S. A. "Sinuosity of alluvial rivers on the Great Plains." Reprint from Geological Society of America Bulletin, vol. 74. 1963. pp. 1089-1100
23 6 Grant, A. P. "Channel improvements in alluvial streams." Reprint from Proceedings, New Zealand Institution of Engineers, vol. 34. 1948. pp. 231-304
23 7 Lane, E. W. "The effect of cutting off bends in rivers." Reprint from Proceedings of the Third Hydraulics Conference. 1947. pp. 230-240
23 8 Leopold, Luna B. and M. Gordon Wolman. "River meanders." Reprint from Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, vol. 71. 1960. pp. 769-794
23 9 Articles and reports on shear stress on outside of bends. 1962-1981. e200pp.
23 F11 Aggradation [divider].
23 10 Proposed testimony of Whitney M. Borland re: Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company v. United States No. 90-54 U.S. Court of Claims--Rio Grande Project. undated. e15pp.
23 11 Design memorandum no. MB-3, sediment (aggradation), Missouri River--Big Bend Reservoir, South Dakota. 1958. e25pp.
23 12 Kaetz, A. George and Lowell R. Rich. "Report of surveys made to determine grade of deposition above silt and gravel barriers". 1939. e40pp.
23 13 Colby, Bruce R. Average scour and fill in sand-bed streams. [N.p.]: USDA Agricultural Research Service. 1960. 16pp.
23 14 De Vries, M. "River-bed variations: aggradation and degradation". 1973. 20pp.
23 F12 Reports, Project Studies, Special [divider].
23 15 Strand, R. I. Turkey Creek channel stability studies, Farwell Unit, Middle Loup Division, Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1971. 11pp.
23 16 Miller, C. R. and W. M. Borland. "Stabilization of Fivemile and Muddy Creeks". 1962. e30pp.
23 17 Missouri River channel regime studies. Omaha: US Army Corps of Engineers. 1968. e50pp.
23 18 Frogge, R. R. "Stabilization of Frenchman Creek utilizing steel jacks". undated. e40pp.
23 19 Corps of Eng[inee]r design memo, Sacramento River, Chico Landing to Red Bluff. 1961. e20pp.
23 20 Borland, W. M. and T. W. Goddard. Examination of Colorado River front work and levee system, region 3, 1966: report of examination. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1967. e100pp.
23 21 Chapter 4--The Rhein study by Hans A. Einstein. undated. 18pp.
23 22 Maddock, Thomas, Jr. "Erosion control on Five Mile Creek, Wyoming". undated. e20pp. 2 copies
23 23 "Interim report: total sediment transport program, Lower Colorado River Basin". 1958. e200pp.
23 24 "Earthwork and structures for Willow Creek channelization, San Juan-Chama Project, Colorado-New Mexico". 1969. e20pp.
23 25 "Interim report no. 9: Saskatchewan River reclamation project, notes on river morphology". 1955. e100pp.
23 26 "Draft report: an analytical study of the degradation and aggradation problem at the Fort Randall and Gavins Point projects". 1949. e80pp.
23 27 Borland, Whitney M. and Carl R. Miller. "Sediment problems of the Lower Colorado River". 1959. e30pp. VIEW
23 28 Petersen, Margaret S. "Hydraulic aspects of channel improvement on the Arkansas River". 1963. e30pp.
23 29 Dvorak, V. I. and H. G. Heinemann. Cooperative runoff and sediment investigations on Medicine Creek Watershed in Nebraska. [N.p.]: USDA Agricultural Research Service. 1967. 96pp.
23 30 Sybesma, R. P., M. de Vries and A. Zanen. Sand transport studies related to the canalization of the lower Rhine." Reprint from XXIInd International Navigation Congress. 1969. 14pp.
23 F13 Cohesive material, Strength in Banks [divider].
23 31 Pang-Yung, Ho. Investigation of the effects of soil cohesion and sediment transportation on channel stability. Iowa City: Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research. 1941. 68pp.
23 32 Miller, C. R. A critique on stable channels in cohesive materials and a research proposal. [N.p.]: USDA Agricultural Research Service. 1960. 52pp.
23 33 Cohesive soils, articles and testing. 1957-1968. e200pp.
23 34 "Interim report on channel stability of natural and artificial drainageways in Republican, Loup, and Little Sioux River areas, Nebraska and Iowa". 1953. e80pp.
23 35 Chapter 14--Behavior of cohesive material from a soil engineer's viewpoint by F. Dwayne Nielson. undated. 28pp.
23 F14 Degradation below a dam [divider].
23 36 Partheniades, Emmanuel. "On erosion and deposition of cohesive soils in salt water". undated. e50pp.
23 37 Stanley, J. W. Effect of dams on channel regimen. Boulder City, Nevada: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1947. e90pp.
23 38 Willis, Joe C. A laboratory flume study of sand bed degradation. [N.p.]: USDA Agricultural Research Service. 1965. e60pp.
23 39 Degradation below Aswan Dam by Daryl Simons. 1965. e50pp.
23 40 Milburn Diversion Dam degradation study. 1953. 13pp.
23 41 Lagasse, Peter F. An assessment of the response of the Rio Grande to dam construction, Cochiti to Isleta Reach. Albuquerque: US Army Corps of Engineers. 1980. e200pp.
24 1 Degradation thesis by Al-Khafif, Einstein methods. 1965. 73pp.
24 2 Pemberton, Ernest L. and Joseph M. Lara. Guide for computing degradation and local scour. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1982. 47pp.
24 3 Central Valley Project, Carrville Bridge, flood rehabilitation program. undated. e30pp.
24 4 Sedimentation portion of Pa Mong Phase II report. undated. e50pp.
24 5 Guide for computing degradation. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1963. 50pp.
24 6 A plan of channel erosion control, Fivemile Creek, Riverton Project, Wyoming. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1953. 143pp.
24 7 Degradation below a dam. 1953. e40pp.
24 8 Degradation below Canton, Garrison, Denison, prepared by G. W. Becker. undated. 4pp.
24 H Conservation Methods, Evaluation [divider].
24 9 Woodhouse, W. W., Jr. and R. E. Hanes. Dune stabilization with vegetation on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. [N.p.]: US Army Coastal Engineering Research Center. 1967. 45pp.
24 10 Stokes, C. M., Floyd D. Larson and C. Kenneth Pearse. Range improvement through waterspreading. Washington: US GPO. 1954. 36pp.
24 11 Agricultural Conservation Program, Colorado: handbook for 1952. Denver: USDA, Production and Marketing Administration. 1952. 39pp.
24 12 Agricultural Conservation Program, Kansas: handbook for 1952. [N.p.]: USDA, Production and Marketing Administration. 1951. 51pp.
24 13 Agricultural Conservation Program, California: handbook for 1952. [N.p.]: USDA, Production and Marketing Administration. 1951. 40pp.
24 14 Agricultural Conservation Program, Nebraska: handbook for 1952. [N.p.]: USDA, Production and Marketing Administration. 1951. 38pp.
24 15 Agricultural Conservation Program, Texas: handbook for 1952. [N.p.]: USDA, Production and Marketing Administration. 1951. 49pp.
24 16 Clayton, E. E. S. Soil erosion and its control. Rev. ed. [N.p.]: Rural Bank of N.S.W.. 1949. 96pp.
24 17 Packer, Paul E. and George F. Christensen. Guides for controlling sediment from secondary logging roads. Ogden, Utah: USDA Forest Service. undated. 42pp.
24 L Pumps and Turbines [divider].
24 18 Operation and maintenance equipment and procedures. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1962. 27pp.
24 19 Larsen, S. T. and R. J. Willson. Report of performance: Bureau irrigation pumping plants. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1960. e30pp.
24 20 Ruud, Frederick O. "Hydraulic turbine setting criteria". 1964. 19pp.
24 21 Eyer, John M. Guidelines for estimating pumping plant operation and maintenance costs. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1965. e40pp.
24 22 Size of sediment causing damage to pumps and turbines. 1953. 6pp.
Subseries 2.2: Hydraulic reports. 1915-1971.
Found here are reports and publications on the subject of hydraulics, indexed according to Borland's scheme. Arrangement is according to this alphabetic scheme.
24 ZA Hydro- General, Manuals [divider].
24 23 Rouse, Hunter. "Hydraulics in the United States, 1776-1976". undated. e250pp.
24 ZC-1 Open Channel Flow: W[ater] S[urface] Profiles [divider].
24 24 Guide for computing water surface profiles. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1957. 164pp.
24 25 Backwater by Barbarossa. 1948. e50pp.
24 26 Guide for application of water surface profile computer program. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1968. e30pp.
24 27 Hydrologic and hydraulic analyses: computation of backwater curves in river channels. [N.p.]: Army Corps of Engineers. 1952. e30pp.
24 28 Borland, W. M. and R. A. Goodpasture. Memorandum to chief designing engineer. Subject: backwater investigations of the Columbia River Reservoir. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1940. e350pp.
24 29 Simons, D. B. and G. L. Lewis. "Report: flood protection at bridge crossings". 1971. e150pp.
24 30 Keulegan, Garbis H. "Laws of turbulent flow in open channels." Part of Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards, vol. 21. 1938. pp. 707-741
24 31 Hinds, Julian. "Side channel spillways: hydraulic theory, economic factors, and experimental determination of losses." Reprint from Transactions, American Society of Civil Engineers, vol. 89. 1926. pp. 881-939
24 32 Posey, C. J. and R. W. Powell. Water-surface profiles and velocity distributions for flow in a long uniform channel. Allenspark, Colo.: Rocky Mountain Hydraulic Laboratory. 1961. 49pp.
24 33 Backwater studies, Chief Joseph Reservoir, by W. M. Borland and C. A. Wentz. 1950. e25pp.
24 ZC4 Waves, Density [divider].
24 34 Fischer, Hugo B. "A note of the one-dimensional dispersion model." Reprint from Air and Water Pollution, An International Journal, vol. 10, June/July. 1966. pp. 443-452
24 35 Types of waves in channels and reservoirs, TVA seminar. 1968. e70pp.
24 ZC5 N's, Resistance [divider].
24 36 "Progress report of Delta-Mendota Canal capacity tests". 1958. e100pp.
24 37 Parsons, D. A. Depths of overland flow. Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1949. 33pp.
24 38 Handbook of channel design for soil and water conservation. Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1954. 34pp.
24 39 Limerinos, J. T. Determination of the manning coefficient from measured bed roughness in natural channels. Menlo Park: USGS Water Resources Division. 1969. 79pp.
24 40 Burkham, D. E. and D. R. Dawdy. "Resistance equation for alluvial-channel flow". undated. e20pp.
24 41 Ali, Said M. and Maurice L. Albertson. Boundary layer approach to roughness in alluvial channels. Fort Collins: Dept. of Civil Engineering, Colorado A and M College. 1956. e100pp.
24 42 Surface roughness for hydraulic calculations by Phillip "F." Enger. 1962. e15pp.
24 43 Roughness coefficient "N", vegetation, waterways, steep mountain streams, dredged sand bottom channels. 1960. e100pp.
24 44 Engelund, Frank. "Flow resistance and hydraulic radius." Reprint from Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica. 1964. 23pp.
24 45 [Memo re: Method of determining "n" roughness coefficient]. 1967. e15pp.
24 46 Sugio, Sutesaburo and Katsuya Hori. "On the mean velocity formulas of rivers." Reprint from Bulletin of Faculty Engineering, Tokushima University, vol. 7, no. 2. 1970. pp. 55-74
24 47 Dr. A. Strickler, "Original Publication," Strickler equation. 1923. e60pp.
24 48 Martinec, Jaroslav. Velocity losses in irregular river channels. Prague: Hydraulic Research Institute. 1966. 97pp.
24 49 Observations of resistance coefficients in a natural channel by Neil L. Coleman. undated. e70pp.
24 50 A progress report on overland flow studies by A.R.S., W. O. Ree. 1963. e20pp.
24 51 Handbook of channel design for soil and water conservation. Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1947. 41pp.
24 52 Scrivner, Mansil W. Canal capacity studies, concrete sections main canal (Long Lake reach), Columbia Basin project. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1965. 88pp.
25 1 Roughness coefficient for natural stream and river channels by W. M. Borland. undated. e30pp.
25 2 Natural roughness in artificial streams [by] Author [sic Arthur] W. Van't Hul. undated. e15pp.
25 3 Bed configuration, resistance, turbulence by micrometer. 1965. e20pp.
25 4 Chang, Fred F. M. "Ripple concentration and friction factor". 1969. 26pp.
25 5 Herbich, John B. and Sam Shulits. Roughness coefficients of cobble-strewn streams: part A, cubical roughness elements in transverse rows, symmetric and random patterns for low flows. University Park: Pennsylvania State University. 1963. 95pp.
25 6 Observation of resistance coefficients in a natural channel by Coleman. 1962. e40pp.
25 7 Judd, Harl E. and Dean F. Peterson. "Roughness of large bed element streams". 1969. e30pp.
25 8 Stepanich, Frederick Charles. "Control structures in alluvial channels." Thesis. Colorado State University. 1962. 56pp.
25 ZC6 Special Losses, Contractions [divider].
25 9 Yarnell, David L. Bridge piers as channel obstructions. Washington: USDA. 1934. 52pp. 2 copies
25 10 Bradley, Joseph N. Hydraulics of bridge waterways. Washington: US GPO. 1960. 53pp.
25 11 Liu, H. K., J. N. Bradley and E. J. Plate. Backwater effects of piers and abutments. Fort Collins: Civil Engineering Section, Colorado State University. 1957. 364pp.
25 12 Jasiewicz, Romuald. Determination of the magnitude and layout of the active area for a stream flowing from a contracted cross section toward an enlarged one. Warsaw: Central Institute for Scientific, Technical and Economic Information. 1968. 54pp.
25 ZC7 Gaging Stations, Q Mes. [divider].
25 13 Harris, D. D. and E. V. Richardson. Stream gaging control structure for the Rio Grande conveyance channel near Bernardo, New Mexico. Fort Collins: USGS. 1962. e40pp.
25 14 Discharge rating curves, Mekong at (Wat Sop.) Nr Vientiane, 1601 Km, Ban Pha Tang by Thaipuck. 1969. e30pp.
25 15 Dickinson, W. T. Accuracy of discharge determinations. Fort Collins: Colorado State University. 1967. 54pp.
25 16 Stream gaging stations, equipment, rating curves, extention [sic extension] of curve. undated. e50pp.
25 17 Trestman, A. G. New aspects of river runoff calculations. Jerusalem: Israel Program for Scientific Translations. 1964. 163pp.
25 ZE Weirs, Measuring Q [divider].
25 18 Karaki, S. S. Stream gaging control structure in the Rio Grande. [Fort Collins]: Colorado State University Research Foundation. 1961. e40pp.
25 19 Walnut Gulch measuring flume. 1963. 10pp.
25 20 Robinson, A. R. Report on trapezoidal measuring flumes for determining discharges in steep ephemeral streams. Fort Collins: Colorado State University Research Foundation. 1959. e15pp.
25 21 Tentative standards for weirs, C. E. Kindsvater. 1960. e30pp.
25 22 Harris, Charles William. An analysis of the weir coefficient for suppressed weirs. Seattle: University of Washington Engineering Experiment Station. 1923. 21pp.
25 23 Parshall, Ralph L. The improved Venturi flume. Fort Collins: Colorado Experiment Station, Colorado Agricultural College. 1928. 84pp.
25 24 Harris, D. D. and E. V. Richardson. Preliminary report: stream gaging control structure for the Rio Grande conveyance channel near Bernardo, New Mexico. Fort Collins: USGS. 1961. e50pp.
25 25 Study on weirs (Ogee crests) by L. Escande. 1963. e30pp.
25 26 Critical depth meter. 1937. e30pp.
25 27 Robinson, A. R. Report on trapezoidal measuring flumes for determining discharges in steep ephemeral streams. Fort Collins: Colorado State University Research Foundation. 1959. e20pp.
25 ZF Structures, Stilling Basins, Drops [divider].
25 28 Velocities at toe of Madden Dam. undated. e10pp.
25 29 Kalkanis, George. Tail water characteristics of drop structures. Berkeley: University of California, Institute of Engineering Research. 1958. 21pp.
25 30 Energy dissapation [sic dissipation] on steep rough channels (tumbling flow). undated. e50pp.
25 31 Smith, George L. Scour and energy dissipation below culvert outlets. Fort Collins: Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College. 1957. 122pp.
25 32 Tests of a slotted flume outlet. 1964. e15pp.
25 33 Blaisdell, Fred W. The SAF stilling basin. Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1949. 14pp.
25 34 Ahmad, Mushtaq. "Hydraulic design of spreading floor type canal falls." Reprint from Pakistan Journal of Scientific Research, vol. 2, no. 3. 1950 July. pp. 87-101
25 ZH and ZI Pipes, Orifaces [sic Orifices], Sedi Mix. in Pipes [divider].
25 35 Cross, Hardy. Analysis of flow in networks of conduits or conductors. Urbana: University of Illinois. 1936. 32pp.
25 36 Babbitt, Harold E. and David H. Caldwell. Laminar flow of sludges in pipes with special reference to sewage sludge. Urbana: University of Illinois. 1939. 60pp.
25 37 Cone, V. M. The Colorado statute inch and some miner's inch measuring devices. Fort Collins: Agricultural Experiment Station, Colorado Agricultural College. 1915. 16pp.
25 38 Wayment, William R., George L. Wilhelm and John D. Bardill. Factors influencing the design of hydraulic backfill systems (in two parts): 1., friction-head losses of sand slurries during pipeline transport. [Washington]: US Bureau of Mines. 1962. 43pp.
25 39 Bardill, John D., Donald R. Corson and William R. Wayment. Factors influencing the design of hydraulic backfill systems (in two parts): 2., friction-head losses of barite and limestone slurries during pipeline transport. [Washington]: US Bureau of Mines. 1962. 33pp.
25 40 Transport of sand in pipes. 1937. e50pp.
25 41 Sediment in pipes. 1960. 54pp.
25 42 Capacity charts for the hydraulic design of highway culverts. Washington: US Dept. of Commerce. 1965. 90pp.
25 43 Thomas, Charles W. "World practices in water measurement and control at the farm turnout". 1959. e30pp.
25 44 Thomas, Charles W. "Discharge coefficients for gates and valves as determined by field and laboratory studies" . 1953. 35pp.
25 45 Density measurement of saturated submersed sediment by gamma ray scattering. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1957. 34pp.
25 46 Recommended procedures for sediment observations. Denver: Sedimentation Section, Bureau of Reclamation. 1952. 15pp.
25 47 Sediment sampling in Australia (procedures and equipment). 1969. e50pp.
25 48 [Advertisement for the Bushwacker]. undated. 4pp.
25 49 Hubbell, D. W. and W. W. Sayre. "Application of radioactive tracers in the study of sediment movement". undated. e30pp.
25 ZK Laboratories, Hydro [divider].
25 50 Fort Lyons canal, Horse Creek crossing. undated. e20pp.
25 51 Hydraulic models. New York: American Society of Civil Engineers. 1942. 110pp.
25 52 Liu, H. K. and M. L. Albertson. Significance and application of Froude and Reynolds numbers as criteria for similitude. Fort Collins: Colorado State University. 1959. 34pp.
25 ZM Instruments, Gages, Samplers [divider].
25 53 Bed load transport, Wallingford Laboratory. 1967. e50pp.
25 54 Echo sounders by W. O. Smith. 1958. e70pp.
25 55 Field manual for research in agricultural hydrology. Washington: Agricultural Research Service. 1962. 215pp.
25 56 Moving boat method of measuring river discharge, instruction, manuals, tables. 1968. e100pp.
25 57 Majewski, Jerzy. Analysis of operation of thermistor gages in water velocity measurements. Warsaw: Central Institute for Scientific, Technical and Economic Information. 1968. 8pp.
25 58 The piston core sampler by Kullenberg. 1947. 46pp.
26 1 Operation and function of the Mead Hydraulic Laboratory, Mead, Nebraska. Omaha: US Army Engineer District. 1969. 28pp.
26 2 Glover, John R., P. K. Bhattacharya and John F. Kennedy. An electro-optical system for measurement of mean and statistical properties of sediment suspensions. Iowa City: Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research. 1969. e30pp.
26 3 A study of methods used in measurement and analysis of sediment loads in streams. Minneapolis: St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory. 1959. e50pp. 2 copies
26 4 Szymborski, Stanislaw. Echo sounding. Warsaw: Central Institute for Scientific, Technical and Economic Information. 1967. 23pp.
26 5 Ritter, John R. and Edward J. Helley. An optical method for determining particle sizes of coarse sediment. Menlo Park: USGS Water Resources Division. 1968. 50pp.
26 6 Ziegler, C. A., J. Papadopoulos and Bach Sellers. "Radioisotope gauge for monitoring suspended sediment in rivers and streams." Reprint from International Journal of Applied Radiation and Isotopes, vol. 18. 1967. pp. 585-593
26 7 Anderson, Alvin G. A combination suspended-load sampler and velocity meter for small streams. Washington: USDA. 1941. 26pp.
26 8 Careers in teaching engineering: a report on the Ford Foundation Forgivable-Loan Program. New York: Ford Foundation. 1965. 27pp.
26 9 Automatic tracking device for visual accumulation tube analysis. Omaha: Dept. of the Army. 1968. e10pp.
26 10 Smith, Winchell, Larry L. Hubbard and Antonius Laenen. The acoustic streamflow-measuring system on the Columbia River at The Dalles, Oregon. Portland: USGS Water Resources Division. 1971. 60pp.
26 11 Nilsson, Bengt. Development of a depth-integrating water sampler. Uppsala: University of Uppsala. 1969. e20pp.
26 12 Chapter 15--Modern measuring techniques by S. Karaki. undated. 17pp.
26 13 G. S. core sampler for resisting sand by Hubbell and Prych. undated. 20pp.
26 14 Development and tests of a radioactive sediment density probe. [N.p.]: Dept. of the Army, Corps of Engineers. 1960. e30pp.
26 15 McHenry, J. Roger. "A two-probe nuclear device for determining the density of sediments." Extract of publication no. 65 of the I.A.S.H. Land Erosion, Precipitations, Hydrometry, Soil Moisture. undated. pp. 189-202
26 16 Collection and analysis of sediment, National Energy Authority, Thailand, adopted from Harza in 1961. e10pp.
26 17 "Description and use of reservoir density sampler". 1959. e10pp.
26 18 Whitney, G. G., Jr. The Woods Hole Rapid Analyzer for sands. Woods Hole, Mass.: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. 1960. e40pp.
26 19 Mutchler, Calvin K. Runoff plot design and installation for soil erosion studies. [N.p.]: USDA Agricultural Research Service. 1963. 27pp.
26 20 Parsons, Donald A. Coshocton-type runoff samplers: laboratory investigations. Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1954. 16pp.
26 21 Mundorff, James C. A surface bed-material sampler. Washington: USGS Water Resources Division. 1958. 26pp.
26 22 Chapter 17--Suspended sediment sampling variability by James P. Bennett and Carl F. Nordin, Jr. 1972. 23pp.
26 23 Chapter III--Recommended standard procedures for the acquisition and analysis of data on fluvial sediment. undated. 46pp.
26 24 Jarocki, Walenty. Relationship of air temperature to the occurrence of frazil ice and ice floe in rivers. Warsaw: Central Institute for Scientific, Technical and Economic Information. 1968. 75pp.
26 25 "Final report of special committee recommending corrective actions concerning damage claims, Glendo-Guernsey Section, North Platte River". 1964. 104pp.
26 26 Schoklitsch, Arnim. The movement of ice in a reservoir. undated. e10pp.
26 27 Ice growth and ice jams as applied to the Upper Arkansas River, Colorado. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1966. e15pp.
26 28 Michel, B. Analysis of hypotheses relative to the formation of ice covers in winter. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1967. e40pp.
26 29 Burgi, P. H. Ice control structure on the North Platte River: a hydraulic model study. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1971. 55pp.
26 30 Burgi, P. H. et al. Ice problems in winter operation: recommendations for research. Denver: Engineering and Research Center. 1971. 61pp.
26 31 Burgi, P. H. and P. L. Johnson. Ice formation: a review of the literature and Bureau of Reclamation experience. Denver: Bureau of Reclamation. 1971. 27pp.
Subseries 2.3: Hydrologic reports. 1924-1982.
Found here are reports and publications on the subject of hydrology, indexed according to Borland's scheme. Arrangement is according to this alphabetic scheme.
26 XA Hydrology, General, Manuals [divider].
26 32 Standards of Hydraulic Institute. New York: Hydraulic Institute. 1936. e150pp.
26 33 Hydrologic problems of the arid zone by Walter Langbein. undated. 22pp.
26 34 Leopold, Luna B. "The vigil network." Reprint from the Publication of the International Association of Scientific Hydrology, vol. 7, no. 2. 1962. pp. 5-9
26 35 Leopold, Luna B. and Walter B. Langbein. A primer on water. Washington: US GPO. 1960. 50pp.
26 36 Engineering handbook: hydrology, supplement A, section 4. [N.p.]: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1957. e300pp.
26 37 Platts, William S. and Walter F. Megahan. "Time trends in riverbed sediment composition in salmon and steelhead spawning areas: South Fork Salmon River, Idaho." Reprint from Transactions of the 40th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. 1975. pp. 229-239
26 38 Glancy, Patrick A. A reconnaissance of streamflow and fluvial sediment transport, Incline Village Area, Lake Tahoe, Nevada: third progress report, 1972 and 1973. Carson City: State of Nevada, Division of Water Resources. 1976. 42pp.
26 39 Glancy, Patrick A. A reconnaissance of sediment transport, streamflow, chemical quality, Glenbrook Creek, Lake Tahoe Basin, Nevada. Carson City: State of Nevada, Highway Dept. 1977. 54pp.
26 40 Hydrology lectures and notes, Lowry-Johnson method. 1927-1941. e250pp.
26 41 The seashore boundary in Texas by William H. Wilson. 1963. e20pp.
26 XF Use of Water, Irrigation [divider].
26 42 Federal programs for collection of data on water use. [Washington]: US GPO. 1959. 43pp.
26 43 Blaney, Harry F. "Tentative estimates of consumptive use of water rates in the Upper Colorado River Basin". 1948. 31pp.
26 44 Blaney, Harry F. and Wayne D. Criddle. "Consumptive use of water rates in the Upper Colorado River Basin (provisional)". 1948. 51pp.
26 45 Blaney, Harry F. and Paul A. Ewing. Irrigation practices and consumptive use of water in Salinas Valley, California. [N.p.]: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1946. 94pp.
26 46 Hargreaves, G. H. Irrigation requirement data for Central Valley crops. Sacramento: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1948. 38pp.
26 47 Blaney, Harry F. and Wayne D. Criddle. Consumptive use of water in the irrigated areas of Upper Colorado River Basin (provisional). [N.p.]: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1949. 49pp.
26 48 Use of water on federal irrigation projects. [N.p.]: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1952. e150pp.
26 49 Farmer's irrigation guide. Washington: US GPO. 1947. 40pp.
26 50 Houston, Clyde E. Consumptive use of irrigation water by crops in Nevada. Reno: University of Nevada. 1950. 27pp.
26 51 Blaney, Harry F. and Karl Harris. Consumptive use and irrigation requirements of crops in Arizona (provisional). Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1951. 49pp.
26 52 Blaney, Harry F. and Wayne D. Criddle. Determining water requirements in irrigated areas from climatological and irrigation data. Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1950. 48pp.
26 53 Proceedings of the ARS-SCS Workshop on hydraulics of surface irrigation. Denver: USDA Agricultural Research Service. 1960. 110pp.
26 54 Gray, Alfred S. Sprinkler irrigation handbook. Rev. ed. Glendora, Calif.: Rain Bird Sprinkler Mfg. Corp. 1948. e50pp.
26 55 Robb, David C. N. "Consumptive use estimates from solar radiation and temperature". 1966. 23pp.
26 56 Robb, David C. N. "Procedures for estimating irrigation water requirements". 1967. 8pp.
26 XG Phreatophytes [divider].
26 57 The investigation of salt cedar in the Middle Rio Grande Valley above Elephant Butte Dam, New Mexico. 1955. e250pp.
26 58 Otto, N. E. and T. R. Bartley. Aquatic pests on irrigation systems: identification guide. Washington: US GPO. 1965. 72pp.
26 59 Horton, J. S., T. W. Robinson and H. R. McDonald. Guide for surveying phreatophyte vegetation. Washington: USDA Forest Service. 1964. 37pp.
26 60 A guide to the density survey of bottom land and streambank vegetation. [N.p.]: Pacific Southwest Inter-Agency Committee. 1958. 28pp.
26 61 Bartley, T. R. Progress report on evaluation of copper for aquatic weed control and herbicide residues on irrigation systems. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1967. 56pp.
27 XJ Ground Water Drainage, Wells [divider].
27 1 Design of protective filters, gravel packs for wells, gravel packs for river intakes. 1955-1960. e70pp.
27 2 Schembera, R. E. "Development of hydraulics and sediment transport relationships and their use for design of Middle Rio Grande channelization". 1963. e25pp.
27 3 Use of steel jetties for bank protection and channelization. 1956-1962. e200pp.
27 4 "Armco perforated pipe for controlling ground water". 1950. 24pp.
27 5 [Memo re: A rapid method of measuring the approximate discharge of water from wells by the coordinate method, and the determination of power required to pump an acre-foot of water]. 1948. e10pp.
27 6 Laboratory filter tests on concrete sand and gravel. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1960. e10pp.
27 7 Land drainage techniques and standards: tentative. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1964. e200pp.
27 8 Permeability tests using drill holes and wells. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1951. e40pp.
27 9 Parker, Garald G. "Piping, a geomorphic agent in landform development of the drylands". 1963. e10pp.
27 XL Runoff, Analysis of Floods, Droughts, Precipitation [divider].
27 10 Criteria and practices utilized in determining the required capacity of spillways. New York: US Committee on Large Dams. 1970. e30pp.
27 11 Hedman, E. R., D. O. Moore and R. K. Livingston. Selected streamflow characteristics as related to channel geometry of perennial streams in Colorado. Lakewood, Colo.: USGS Water Resources Division. 1972. 14pp.
27 12 Parsons, Donald A. Consistent representations of rainfall and runoff magnitudes. [N.p.]: USDA Agricultural Research Service. 1960. 76pp.
27 13 Guidelines for determining flood flow frequency. Reston, Va.: Interagency Advisory Committee on Water Data. 1982. e100pp.
27 14 Cummans, J. E., M. R. Collings and E. G. Nassar. Magnitude and frequency of floods in Washington. Tacoma, Wash.: USGS. 1975. 46pp.
27 15 The Lynmouth Flood of August 1952, flood flow in steep natural channel, "N" values, sediment movement. undated. e50pp.
27 16 Horton, Robert E., comp. Diagrams showing seasonal flood characteristics of principal rivers in the United States. Washington: USDA. 1940. 8pp.
27 17 Chow, Ven Te. Hydrologic determination of waterway areas for the design of drainage structures in small drainage basins. Urbana: University of Illinois. 1962. 104pp.
27 18 Flood study--Vail. 1972. e25pp.
27 19 Riesbol, H. S. "Policies and procedures for the determination of spillway design floods". 1947. e30pp.
27 20 Flood determination by unit hydrograph, Arizona precipitation, examples, Gilson Wash, Seven Mile Wash. undated. e100pp.
27 21 Flood hydrology, climatic data, notes for Brazil, for Dugan. undated. e75pp.
27 22 Richardson, Donald and S. E. Rantz. Interchange of surface and ground water along tributary streams in the Central Valley, California. Menlo Park: USGS. 1961. e50pp.
27 23 Hurley, Patrick A. Predicting return flow from immigration. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1961. 33pp.
27 24 Maximum station precipitation for 1, 2, 3, 6, 12, and 24 hours. Part I: Utah. Washington: US Weather Bureau. 1951. 44pp.
27 25 Jorgensen, Donald L., William H. Klein and August F. Korte. A synoptic climatology of winter precipitation form 700-mb. lows for intermountain areas of the west. Washington: US Dept. of Commerce, Environmental Science Services Administration. 1966. 25pp.
27 26 Murphy, T. D. and S. Schamach. "Mountain versus sea level rainfall measurements during storms at Juneau, Alaska". 1965. 7pp.
27 27 Mavis, F. T. and D. L. Yarnell. "The frequency of intense rainfall in Iowa." Reprint from Bulletin of the Associated State Engineering Societies. 1935 October. 7pp.
27 28 Jennings, Arthur H. Maximum 24-hour precipitation in the United States. Washington: US Weather Bureau. 1952. 284pp.
27 29 Synopsis of Bradshaw Creek-Elk River, a pilot study in area-stream factor correlation. Knoxville: Tennessee Valley Authority. 1964. 11pp.
27 30 Bradshaw Creek-Elk River: a pilot study in area-stream factor correlation. Knoxville: Tennessee Valley Authority. 1964. e100pp.
27 31 Beard, Leo R. Statistical methods in hydrology. Rev. ed. Sacramento: US Army Corps of Engineers. 1962. e100pp.
27 32 Methods of flow frequency analysis. Washington: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1966. 42pp.
27 33 Riedel, J. T., J. F. Appleby and R. W. Schloemer. Seasonal variation of the probable maximum precipitation east of the 105th meridian for areas from 10 to 1000 square miles and durations of 6, 12, 24 and 48 hours. Washington: US Weather Bureau. 1956. 58pp.
27 34 A reliability test of hydrologic frequency methods. Sacramento: US Army Corps of Engineers. 1960. 20pp.
27 35 Thomas, Harold A. The hydraulics of flood movements in rivers. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute of Technology. 1934. 70pp.
27 36 Yevdjevich, Vujica M. "Stochastic problems in design of reservoirs" Reprint from Water Research. 1966. pp. 375-411
27 37 Kajetanowicz, Zbigniew. Genetic foundations of hydrological calculations. Warsaw: Central Institute for Scientific, Technical and Economic Information. 1967. e20pp.
27 38 Kennon, F. W. Magnitude and frequency of summer floods in western New Mexico and eastern Arizona. [N.p.]: USGS Water Resources Division. 1954. e30pp.
27 39 Barnes, B. S. Unitgraph procedures. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1952. 48pp.
27 40 Clark, R. A. "Design storm values for the area west of the 105th meridian". 1958. e10pp.
27 41 Hydrologic and hydraulic analyses: flood-hydrograph analyses and computations. [N.p.]: Army Corps of Engineers. 1948. e50pp.
27 42 Generalized estimates of probable maximum precipitation for the United States west of the 105th meridian for areas to 400 square miles and durations to 24 hours. Washington: US Weather Bureau. 1960. 66pp.
27 43 Rainfall intensity-duration-frequency curves for selected stations in the United States, Alaska, Hawaiian Islands, and Puerto Rico. Washington: US Weather Bureau. 1955. 53pp.
27 44 Rainfall intensities for local drainage design in western United States for durations of 20 minutes to 24 hours and 1- to 100-year return periods. Washington: US Weather Bureau. 1956. 46pp.
27 XM Flood Routing, Reservoir Yield and Size [divider].
27 45 Yevdjevich, Vujica M. Flood routing methods: discussion and bibliography. Washington: USGS. 1960. 136pp.
27 46 Close, E. R., L. R. Beard and D. R. Dawdy. "An objective determination of safety factor in reservoir design". 1969. 24pp.
27 47 Reservoir regulation. [N.p.]: Army Corps of Engineers. 1951. e40pp.
27 XO Evaporation [divider].
27 48 Water resources activities in the United States: evaporation reduction and seepage control. Washington: US GPO. 1960. 18pp.
27 49 Anderson, E. R., L. J. Anderson and J. J. Marciano. A review of evaporation theory and development of instrumentation. San Diego: US Navy Electronics Laboratory. 1950. 70pp.
27 XP Meteorology, Wet-Dry Cycles, Earthquakes [divider].
27 XT Beach Erosion, Harbors, Waves [divider].
27 50 Shore protection, planning & design (waves), Corp [sic] of Engineers. 1966. e300pp.
28 XU Weather Observations, Wind, Temperature [divider].
28 1 Rayner, J. N. Index and analysis of surface temperature and wind frequency data. Montreal: Arctic Meteorology Research Group, McGill University. 1961. e30pp.
28 2 Warnick, C. C. Influence of wind on precipitation measurements at high altitudes. Moscow: University of Idaho, Engineering Experiment Station. 1956. 63pp.
28 3 Atlas of mean daily minimum temperatures. Natick, Mass.: US Army, Quartermaster Research and Engineering Command. 1959. e30pp.
28 4 Brown, Merle J. and Eugene L. Peck. "Reliability of precipitation measurements as related to exposure." Journal of Applied Meteorology 1.2. 1962. pp. 203-207
28 5 Weather for the aircrew trainee. New York: Training Aids Division, Army Air Forces. 1944. 154pp.
28 6 Wind patterns over lower Lake Mead. Washington: US Weather Bureau. undated. 40pp.
28 XW Water Quality, Temperature, Limnology [divider].
28 7 Chapter 12--Agricultural impact on water quality in western rivers, by Gaylord V. Skogerboe. undated. 25pp.
28 8 McDonald, Harris R. and John T. Maletic. "Water quality relationships in irrigation development". 1967. e20pp.
28 9 Wunderlich, Walter O. The fully-mixed stream temperature regime. Norris: Tennessee Valley Authority. 1969. 28pp.
28 10 Anderson, E. R. and D. W. Pritchard. Final report: physical limnology of Lake Mead. San Diego: US Navy Electronics Laboratory. 1950. 152pp.
28 XZ Math Analysis, Correlation, Computers [divider].
28 11 Goodrich, R. D. "Straight line plotting of skew frequency data." Reprint from Transactions, American Society of Civil Engineers, vol. 91. 1927. pp. 1-118
28 12 TVA computer programs for hydrologic analyses. Knoxville: Tennessee Valley Authority. 1963. e30pp.
28 13 Chow, Ven Te. Frequency analysis of hydrologic data with special application to rainfall intensities. Urbana: University of Illinois. 1953. 80pp.
28 14 Foster, H. Alden. "Theoretical frequency curves and their application to engineering problems." Reprint from Transactions, American Society of Civil Engineers, vol. 87. 1924. pp. 142-203
28 15 Harris, Roy Monte. Straight line treatment of hydraulic duration curves. Seattle: University of Washington. 1932. 42pp.
28 16 Adams, Oscar S. Some elementary examples of least squares. Washington: US GPO. 1924. 17pp.
28 17 Handbook for hydrologists: chapter VI, double mass curves. [N.p.]: USGS Water Resources Branch. 1948. 20pp.
Subseries 2.4: Snow and ice reports. 1936-1992.
This subseries consists of reports and publications on the subject of snow and ice, including avalanches. Perhaps most significant here is the series of Borland's own reports on snow conditions causing avalanches in the ski areas and highways around Denver which present his data and observations, issued from 1952 through 1963. These and the other documents are indexed according to Borland's alphanumeric indexing scheme, which also dictates the arrangement.
28 [AX] Avalanche reports, consulting [divider].
28 18 Borland, Whitney M. Investigation of snow conditions causing avalanches. [1st report]. 1952. e150pp. VIEW
28 19 Borland, Whitney M. Investigation of snow conditions causing avalanches. [2nd report]. 1954. e300pp. VIEW
28 20 Borland, Whitney M. Investigation of snow conditions causing avalanches. 3rd interim report. 1954. e200pp. VIEW
28 21 Borland, Whitney M. Investigation of snow conditions causing avalanches. 4th interim report. 1955. e100pp. VIEW
28 22 Borland, Whitney M. Investigation of snow conditions causing avalanches. 5th interim report. 1957. e100pp. VIEW
28 23 Borland, Whitney M. Investigation of snow conditions causing avalanches. 6th interim report. 1958. e100pp. VIEW
28 24 Borland, Whitney M. Investigation of snow conditions causing avalanches. 7th interim report. 1959. e100pp. VIEW
28 25 Borland, Whitney M. Investigation of snow conditions causing avalanches. 8th interim report. 1963. e200pp. VIEW
28 26 Avalanche, Berthoud Pass. Forest Service reports. 1950-1960. e400pp. VIEW
28 27 Report on Berthoud Pass avalanche study. 1963-1964. e40pp. VIEW
29 1 Avalanche, Colo[rado] State H[ighwa]y Dept annual reports. 1951-1956. e100pp. VIEW
29 2 Avalanche control report, Loveland, Berthoud Pass area, for Colorado State Highway Department, season. 1957-1958. e20pp. VIEW
29 3 Avalanche report, Colo[rado] State Highway. 1961-1962. e20pp. VIEW
29 4 Avalanche and weather report, Loveland and Berthoud Passes, Colorado State Highway, 1962-63 season. e20pp. VIEW
29 5 Avalanche and weather report for Loveland and Berthoud Passes, Colorado State Highway, 1963-64 season. e20pp. 2 copies VIEW
29 6 Avalanche, Alta, Utah, annual report, research report. 1950-1953. e50pp. VIEW
29 7 M. M. Atwater reports. 1950-1953. e80pp. VIEW
29 8 Avalanche, annual report, Stevens Pass. 1952-1953. e70pp. VIEW
29 9 Timber Falls avalanche, Vail, Colo[rado]. 1973. e150pp. VIEW
29 10 Vail Racquet Club condominiums, avalanche hazard report. 1972. e30pp. VIEW
29 11 Frutiger, Hans. "Timber Falls avalanche". 1973. e10pp. VIEW
29 12 "An unpriced proposal for the development of methodology for evaluation and prediction of avalanche hazard in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado." INSTAAR [Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research], University of Colorado. 1971. e100pp.
29 13 Timber Falls avalanche, Vail, Colorado. Report prepared for Timber Falls Corporation. 1973. e20pp. 2 copies. VIEW
29 14 Clubhouse avalanche, Vail, Colo[rado]. 1972. e40pp. VIEW
29 15 Correspondence--avalanche. 1976. e20pp. VIEW
29 16 Memorandum: Avalanche hazard, Lot 3 of Hoag subdivision, Aspen, Colorado. 1973. 4pp. VIEW
29 17 Snowblast: rotary snow removal equipment. 1960. e50pp. VIEW
29 18 Borland, Whitney. "Test of Snowblast snowplows". 1960. e30pp. VIEW
29 AX-1 Technical properties [divider].
29 19 Rikhter, G. D. Snow cover, its formation and properties. Wilmette, Ill.: Corps of Engineers, US Army. 1954. 66pp.
29 20 "Selected bibliography of avalanche literature available in English". 1966. 8pp.
29 21 Perla, Ronald I. and M. Martinelli, Jr. Avalanche handbook. Fort Collins: USDA Forest Service. 1976. 238pp.
29 22 Snow avalanches: a handbook of forecasting and control measures. [N.p.]: USDA Forest Service. 1961. 84pp.
29 23 Avalanche equations, E. Sommerhalder, E. LaChapelle. 1967. 14pp.
29 24 LaChapelle, Edward R. and Ronald I. Perla. Mechanical properties of the soft slab. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1967. e15pp.
29 25 Leaf, Charles F. and M. Martinelli, Jr. "A review of avalanche dynamics: with case studies from Colorado". 1976. e100pp.
29 [AX2].
29 26 Development and test performance of radioisotope-radiotelemetering snow-gage equipment. [N.p.]: Corps of Engineers, US Army. 1956. e80pp.
29 27 Instrumentation for snow, weather and avalanche observations. Snow safety guide no. 2. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1970. 80pp.
29 28 Stillman, R. M. Man-made nominal wind action area, part II (winter 1962-63). Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. undated. 5pp.
29 [AX3].
29 29 Field, William O., ed. Mountain glaciers of the Northern Hemisphere: atlas. Hanover, N.H.: Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. 1975. e50pp.
29 30 Atlas of mountain glaciers in the Northern Hemisphere. Natick, Mass.: Quartermaster Research and Engineering Center, Environmental Protection Research Division. 1958. e50pp.
29 [AX4].
29 31 Poulton, Helen J. James Edward Church: bibliography of a snow scientist. [Carson City]: U. of Nevada Press. 1964. 35pp.
29 32 LaChapelle, Edward. "Report on tour of inspection, Colorado avalanche areas". 1955. e30pp.
29 33 Frutiger, Hans. "The Storke avalanche in the Climax Molybdenum Company mining area and the possibilities for its control". 1963. 14pp.
29 34 Burdick, M. D. Snow frequency analysis for Colorado and New Mexico snow courses. Denver: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1974. 59pp.
29 35 Washichek, Jack N., Bernard A. Shafer and Judy R. Teilborg. List and location of snow courses and snotel sites. Denver: USDA Soil Conservation Service. 1977. 16pp.
29 36 Washichek, Jack N. and Donald W. McAndrew. Summary of snow survey measurements for Colorado and New Mexico, 1936-present (inclusive). Fort Collins: Soil Conservation Service. 1967. 178pp.
29 37 Washichek, Jack N., Ronald E. Moreland and Judy Teilborg. Summary of snow survey measurements for Colorado and New Mexico, 1936-present (inclusive). Denver: Soil Conservation Service. 1972. 208pp.
29 38 Washichek, Jack N., Bernard A. Shafer, and Judy Raye Teilborg. Summary of snow survey measurements for Colorado and New Mexico, 1971-1977. Denver: Soil Conservation Service. 1978. 128pp.
30 1 List and location of snow courses and soil moisture stations. Fort Collins: Soil Conservation Service. 1971. 16pp.
30 2 Monson, O. W. and A. R. Codd. Snow surveys and water supply forecasting in Montana. Bozeman: USDA Soil Conservation Service and Montana Agricultural Experiment Station. 1961. 35pp.
30 3 Church, J. E. and Carl Elges. "Snow surveying: its principles and possibilities." Reprint from International Association of Hydrology, Bulletin 23. 1936. pp. 59-64
30 4 Marr, James C. Snow surveying. Washington: USDA. 1940. 45pp.
30 5 Church, J. E. "The human side of snow; III. Perennial snow and glaciers." Reprint from The Scientific Monthly, vol. LVI. 1943 March. pp. 211-231
30 6 Dmitrieva, N. G. Calculation of snow-cover density using meteorological data. Wilmette, Ill.: Snow, Ice and Permafrost Research Establishment. 1954. 4pp.
30 [AX5].
30 7 Hofmann, G. On snow cover ablation. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1964. 28pp.
30 8 Montagne, John et al. The nature and control of snow cornices on the Bridger Range, Southwestern Montana. Bozeman: Montana State University. 1968. e20pp.
30 9 Muller, John Gerard. The thermal balance of the snow cover. [N.p.]: USDA Forest Service. 1962. 9pp.
30 10 LaChapelle, E. and R. M. Stillman. The chemical modification of depth hoar: 1963 field tests. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1964. 6pp.
30 11 Stillman, R. M. The chemical modification of depth hoar: 1963-64 field tests. Wasatch National Forest, USDA Forest Service. 1964. 3pp.
30 [AX6].
30 12 Mellor, Malcolm. Avalanches. Hanover, N.H.: Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. 1968. 215pp.
30 13 Shen, H. W. and A. T. Roper. "Dynamics of snow avalanche (with estimation for force on a bridge)" . undated. e30pp.
30 14 LaChapelle, Edward R. Encounter probabilities for avalanche damage. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1966. 10pp.
30 15 Jaccard, C. Stability of snow slabs. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1968. 14pp.
30 16 Sommerhalder, E. Avalanche forces and the protection of objects. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1967. 14pp.
30 17 Martinelli, M., Jr. Snow avalanche sites: their identification and evaluation. [N.p.]: USDA Forest Service. 1974. 27pp.
30 [AX7].
30 18 Fuchs, A. Progress report in the use of wind baffles in avalanche terrain (winter 1951/52). Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. undated. e20pp.
30 19 "Proposal for development of methodology for evaluation and prediction of avalanche hazard in San Juan Mountains area of Southwestern Colorado". 1971. e100pp. 2 copies
30 20 Roch, Andre. "From snow to avalanches and the protection against them: an illustrated lecture given at Colorado Highway Department, Denver, Colorado. 1967 March 3 . 15pp.
30 21 Schaerer, P. The avalanche hazard evaluation and prediction at Rogers Pass. Ottawa: National Research Council, Division of Building Research. 1962. e50pp.
30 22 Schaerer, Peter. "The avalanche defence on the Trans-Canada Highway at Rogers Pass". 1960. e25pp.
30 23 Avalanche--foreign articles. 1949-1952. e100pp.
30 24 LaChapelle, E. Typical Alta fracture line profiles. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1964. 6pp.
30 25 LaChapelle, Edward R. The relation of crystal riming to avalanche formation in new snow. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1966. 13pp.
30 26 Stillman, R. M. Range, cost and storage information for avalauncher projectiles. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1965. 8pp.
30 27 LaChapelle, Edward R. Reforestation in the Austrian Alps. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1966. 16pp.
30 28 LaChapelle, Edward R. Nitrostarch slurry as a blasting agent for snow safety work. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1966. 4pp.
30 29 Rosenberg, Sidney and John Wattenbarger. "Radioactive snow gage telemetering system". 1960. e30pp.
30 30 Atwater, Montgomery M. et al. "Avalanche research: a progress report." Reprint from Appalachia. 1954 December, 1955 June. 27pp.
30 31 Fuchs, Alfred. Effects of explosives on snow. Wilmette, Ill.: Snow Ice and Permafrost Research Establishment. 1957. 9pp.
30 [AX8].
30 32 Kirschmer, O. and K. Rimkus. Losses due to evaporation and melting of the alpine snow cover prior to spring thaw. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1952. e10pp.
30 33 "Proceedings of the Workshop on Snow and Ice Hydrology at Colorado State University". 1969 August 18-22. 142pp.
30 34 Nielsen, Barry C. A technique for forecasting the rate of snowfall at Alta, Utah. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1966. 14pp.
30 35 Garstka, W. U. et al. Factors affecting snowmelt and streamflow. [Washington]: US GPO. 1958. 189pp.
30 36 Church, J. E. "Principles of snow surveying as applied to forecasting stream flow." Reprint from Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 51, no. 2. 1935. pp. 97-130
30 37 Miller, Stanley A. Some snow-melt runoff characteristics. Denver: Corps of Engineers, US Army. 1949. e20pp.
30 38 Pierce, Robert S., Howard W. Lull and Herbert C. Storey. "Influence of land use and forest condition on soil freezing and snow depth." Reprint from Forest Science, vol. 4, no. 3. 1958 September. pp. 246-263
30 39 Garstka, Walter U. "Hydrology of small watersheds under winter conditions of snow-cover and frozen soil." Reprint from Transactions of 1944 of the American Geophysical Union. 1944. pp.838-874, 1060
30 [AX9].
30 40 Introduction to "snow avalanches." Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1967. 5pp.
30 41 Avalanche instructor manual. 1965. e100pp.
30 42 Instructor outline: advanced avalanche course. 1959. e30pp.
30 43 Snow avalanches: a handbook of forecasting and control measures. [N.p.]: USDA Forest Service. 1961. 84pp.
30 44 Cornell, Julien. "What you should know about avalanches." Reprint from the 1954 American Ski Annual, vol. 38, no. 1. 1954. e5pp.
30 45 Paulcke, Wilhelm. A practical manual of snow and avalanches: abstract. New York: Stefansson Library. 1950. 41pp.
30 [AX10].
30 46 Perla, Ronald I. Optimum probing for avalanche victims. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1967. e15pp.
30 47 Gallagher, Dale, ed. The snowy torrents: avalanche accidents in the United States, 1910-1966. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1967. 144pp.
30 48 Williams, Knox. The snowy torrents: avalanche accidents in the United States, 1967-71. Fort Collins: USDA Forest Service. 1975. 190pp.
30 49 Avalanche simulation, Alpine Meadows 3-31-1982, Q-12 testing Berthoud, from Art Judson, 3-1992. e30pp.
30 50 Rady, Des F. Snow and avalanche conditions at Mt. Baldy, California. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1966. e20pp.
30 51 The Werner-Henneberger accident. Wasatch National Forest: USDA Forest Service. 1966. e15pp.
30 52 Avalanche reports, Santa Fe conference. 1960-1962. e150pp.


Series 3: Reports and studies, 1828-1988

This series contains reports and studies that Borland did not include in his indexing schemes. If he had his own arrangement for these, it was not obvious. Therefore, the arrangement here is in two subseries, one for travel reports and one for the remaining reports, a number of which relate to his consulting work.
Box Folder
Subseries 3.1: Travel reports. 1947-1972.
Largely carbon copies or photocopies of Borland's reports to his superiors at the Bureau of Reclamation regarding business-related travel, these reports also contain photographs, maps, charts and data as well as occasional responses to Borland's recommendations. Covering a nearly continuous span of 25 years, the reports show Borland's travels across mostly the western United States, but also to Laos and Thailand for the Pa Mong Project, to conduct studies and surveys and to attend committee meetings and conferences. The reports are arranged in chronological order.
31 1 Travel reports. 1947-1948. e100pp. VIEW
31 2 Trip reports. 1954-1956. e200pp. VIEW
31 3 Trip reports. 1957-1958. e200pp. VIEW
31 4 Travel reports. 1959-1960. e100pp. VIEW
31 5 Travel reports. 1961-1962. e200pp. VIEW
31 6 Travel reports. 1963-1965. 250pp. VIEW
31 7 [Travel reports]. 1966-1972. e200pp. VIEW
Subseries 3.2: Other reports and studies. 1828-1988.
This subseries consists of reports and studies conducted by Borland and related materials. Many of the reports involve legal cases or were conducted on a consulting basis. Reports frequently include photographs, data, charts, maps and correspondence. Major projects in the United States represented here include the Newgayo Dam, the James River and the Fort Mohave Indian Reservation. International projects found here occurred in such places as Algeria, Nicaragua, Guatemala and the Philippines, as well as the Pa Mong Project in Laos and Thailand. No rearrangement took place in this subseries though a few items were added to it.
32 1 Main Elk Creek Reservoir, the David E. Flemming [sic Fleming] Company. 1980 May 30. e100pp.
32 2 Frank's Landing, Nisqually River, Everett, Washington. 1972-1975. e300pp.
32 3 Newaygo Dam--Muskegon River. 1977-1978. e300pp.
32 4 Denver Water Dept., South Platte River, High Diversion Dam. 1963-1978. e250pp.
32 5 "Features of the Denver water system". 1976. 71pp.
32 6 Map of Platte Canyon. 1965.
32 7 Denver Water Department, South Platte, Foothills Project, Report to BLM for permit. undated. 41pp.
32 8 Minnkota pumping plant. 1973. e200pp.
32 9 Tyrone nucl[e]ar plant, Chippewa River, pumping plant study. 1973, 1977. e200pp.
32 10 "Study of alternate intake systems for Tyrone Energy Park". 1974. e150pp.
32 11 "Analysis of sediment movement in the Muskegon River following the removal of Newagyo Dam". 1978. 42pp.
32 12 Week's case--legal papers and reports, Simons, Bishop, Green, Brendecke. 1980-1981. e200pp.
32 13 So[uth] Platte at Littleton, Colo[rado]--discharge measurements. 1941-1978. e100pp.
32 14 Week's case--South Platte River. 1952-1982. e350pp.
32 15 Simons, D. B. and E. V. Richardson. "Analysis of the impact of interstate highway development downstream of New Castle, Colorado on the Frank Delaney Ranch". 1975. e25pp.
32 16 "Colorado river channel and flow characteristics in vicinity of Frank Delaney Ranch.". 1974. 43pp.
32 17 [Survey charts?]. 1978. 2 items
32 18 Frank Delaney, Colorado River, Colo. State Highway Dept.. 1972-1979. e300pp.
33 1 Falcon Delta study, IBWC [International Boundary and Water Commission]. 1972-1973. e40pp.
33 2 James Bay Development Corporation. Annual report. 1972. 31pp.
33 3 "La Grande River: data book on study of the La Grande River Estuary in view of Governor's island stabilization". 1975. 88pp.
33 4 [Memos re Nisqually River]. 1981-1982. e100pp.
33 5 Memorandum to Puyallup Tribe, "Abandoned channel through Puyallup Reservation and reservation boundaries". 1977 May 13. e150pp.
33 6 Nisqually River fisheries studies. 1977-1978. e80pp.
33 7 James River--glacier geology. 1972-1975. e30pp.
33 8 James River, upper reach--maps, profiles and notes. 1986-1988. e200pp.
33 9 "James River water surface profiles: existing condition without modifications, South Dakota to Jamestown Reservoir outlet". 1987. e300pp.
33 10 "James River water surface profiles: existing condition without modifications, Jamestown Reservoir to section 350". 1987. e150pp.
33 11 "James River stabilization study, North Dakota: report on sediment data collection program". 1987. e200pp.
33 12 James River--site and structure selection, sediment & soils data, regime equations. 1987-1988. e250pp.
33 13 James River--hydrology and hydraulics and sedimentation. 1987-1988. e300pp.
33 14 "James River stabilization study, North Dakota: final report". 1988. e150pp.
33 15 "James River stabilization study, North Dakota: stability analysis". 1988. e250pp.
33 16 "James River stabilization study, North Dakota: stability analysis (appendices)". 1988. e250pp.
33 17 James River--complete river G.S. maps, lower river profiles and map comparisons. 1988. e200pp.
33 18 James River--2 reports: sediment load, regime equations with Schumm's ratio of width/depth. 1988. e50pp.
34 1 James River--reports, letters, contract and invoices. 1986-1989. e400pp.
34 2 James River, U.S.B.R., Memos and Travel Reports. 1958-1987. e300pp.
34 3 James River, References. 1960-1987. e300pp.
34 4 "Design of open channels". 1977. e150pp.
34 5 Navigability, Meander, Forest products. 1871-1968. e100pp.
34 6 Survey manual, survey text books, legal division of accretions, Dr. Fisk and Freidkin, definitions. 1828-1973. e350pp.
34 7 Trust Protection Hand Book: federal court, BLM surveying, hydrologic terms, Indian water rights, Arizona vs. Calif. Judge Tuttle. 1955-1982. e100pp.
34 8 Court cases on river movement, accretion or avulsion. 1918-1984. e200pp.
34 9 Change in shoreline by accretion or avulsion, islands. undated. e80pp.
34 10 Floodwater damage, law and court cases, navigable streams. 1868-1980. e150pp.
34 11 Pa Mong Stage One Feasibility Report; Appendix III, Hydrology and climatology. [N.p.]: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1970. e200pp.
35 1 Borland, Whitney M. Pa Mong Phase II. Supplement to main report (Hydraulics and Sediment studies) vol. 1. [N.p.]: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1973. e200pp. 2 copies
35 2 Pa Mong--Memos & l[ette]rs. 1969-1976. e15pp.
35 3 Mekong data. 1971-1980. e15pp.
35 4 Reference to Pa Mong. undated. e20pp.
35 5 "Remarks on degradation below the proposed Pa Mong dam". 1975. e30pp.
35 6 Pa Mong, chapter I. undated. e30pp.
35 7 Borland, Whitney M. Pa Mong Phase II. Supplement to main report (Hydraulics and Sediment studies) vol. 2. [N.p.]: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1973. e200pp. 2 copies
35 8 Pa Mong project, Laos-Thailand. Stage I--Interim Report. US Bureau of Reclamation. 1969. e100pp.
35 9 Dr. Vanoni l[ette]r. ASCE Tech Notes by Ilo. 1974-1976. e20pp.
35 10 Simons, D. B. and H. W. Shen. Review of "Pa Mong Phase II 1973 Volume 1 and 2 Supplement to Main Report" (Hydraulics and Sediment Studies) by W. M. Borland. 1974. 84pp.
35 11 Cache Creek--Woodward and Clyde. c. 1974. e100pp.
35 12 Nicaragua C. A., Rio Coco, Rio Matagalpa, Rio Viego. 1974-1975. e300pp.
35 13 Algeria, Bechtel Inc., Setif Proj., El Kebir. 1975-1979. e150pp.
35 14 "The development of La Grande Complex (1974): its repercussions on the existing fluvial system of the La Grande River in its lower reach". 1974. e150pp.
35 15 James Bay, letters, report and notes. 1974, 1975. e150pp.
35 16 Cache Creek Calif[ornia]--Wood[w]ard-Clyde Consultants, Degradation study. 1976. e100pp.
35 17 Betania Project, Rio Magdalina--Neiva Col[ombia] S.A.. 1972-1975. e200pp.
36 1 "National power study, 1978-1988. Prefeasibilty investigation, phase I." Vol. II. Managua, Nicaragua. 1975. e100pp.
36 2 Mangahan Floodway, Marikina and Pasig Rivers, Manila, Philippine Islands, for DMJM [Daniel, Mann, Johnson, and Mendenhall]. 1975. e200pp.
36 3 "The Mangahan Floodway: a feasibility study". 1975. e200pp.
36 4 [Maps of the Philippines]. 1966-1974. 3 items
36 5 Anchicaya I Reservoir, sediment study. 1958-1974. e200pp.
36 6 Sediment study, Rio Chixoy, Guatemala C.A., for Consorcio LAMI (International Engineering Co. Inc.). 1973. e300pp.
36 7 "Rio Chixoy Medio, estudio de prefactibilidad, fase II". 1973. e30pp.
36 8 Nicaragua maps and photos. 1972-1974. 10pp., 6 maps, 17 photos (w/ negatives)
36 9 Paranaque Spillway, Manila P.I., DMJM. 1974-1977. e250pp.
36 10 Paranaque Spillway--Profiles, DMJM, Manila. 1977. e15pp.
36 11 Chamokane Creek, East Boundary, Spokane, Reservation. 1977 [sic 1978] March 24. e30pp.
36 12 "Accreted land in the intermediate area, Fort Mojave Indian Reservation: a report." By Whitney M. Borland. 1979. e30pp.
36 13 Fort Mojave Reservation, River Movement--Goat Island. 1980. e30pp.
36 14 Ft. Mojave, Accretion to Sec. 24T 17N R W Gila and Salt River Meridian. 1984. e50pp.
36 15 Fort Mojave: Chesney Land Claim in Icehouse Bend. 1984 July 22. e100pp.
36 16 Fort Mojave Hay and Wood Reserve Surveys and Maps. 1987. e30pp.
36 17 Fort Mohave reports. 1978-1985. e300pp. in 2 folders
36 18 Muckleshoot Indian Reservation River Movement. 1979 October. e20pp.
36 19 Memorandum to Puyallup Tribe. undated. e50pp.
36 20 Tideland Adjoining Sec. 34. T. 21 N., R. 3 E.. 1984. e20pp.
36 21 Borland, Whitney M. "Puyallup River Basin bed load studies". 1983. e100pp.
37 1 Nece, Ronald E., Dennis P. Lettenmaier and Kevin E. Kiernan. Puyallup River Basin flood management study: phase 1 report. [N.p.]: U. of Washington, Dept. of Civil Engineering. 1982. 110pp.
37 2 Truckee River Sediment Problems. 1977. e50pp.
37 3 Lower Truckee River Tree Canopy. 1981. e50pp.
37 4 "Boundary of the Ft. Yuma Indian Reservation, Quechan Tribe: a report." Whitney M. Borland. 1979, 1980. e50pp.
37 5 Falcon Dam, Rio Grande Aggradation I.B.W.C. [International Boundary and Water Commission]. 1972. e15pp.
37 6 Frank Delaney, Colo[rado] R[iver] Bank Erosion, Freeway 70. 1973-1978. e80pp.
37 7 Guatemula [sic Guatemala], C.A. Rio Chixoy Sediment. 1973. e100pp.
37 8 Minkota [sic Minnkota] Pumping Plant, Misouria [sic Missouri] R[iver], Commonwealth, Inc.. 1973. e30pp.
37 9 Tyrone Nuelar [sic Nuclear] Plant, Chippewa R[iver] Sedimentation. 1973-1977. e30pp.
37 10 Skagit Nuchar [sic Nuclear] Channel Stability, Bechtel. 1974. e30pp.
37 11 Anchicaya I and II Sediment Exclusion. 1974. e50pp.
37 12 Columbia [sic Colombia] Betania Project, Harza. 1974. e15pp. and map
37 13 Nicaragua Damsite, Selection of 3 Rivers. 1974. e50pp.
37 14 Franks Landing Wash., Nisqually R[iver] Bank Erosion. 1975. e100pp.
37 15 Societe D'Energie de la Baie James, Report No. 2, La Grande River Lower Reach Committee. 1975. e25pp.
37 16 Cache Cr[eek] Degradation, Woodward-Clyde. 1976. e20pp.
37 17 Flood Control of Pasig River P.I.. 1975. e100pp.
37 18 Swinomish Channel. 1976 September 7. e50pp.
37 19 US/AI Seminar [Irrigation System Design Seminar], Philippines. 1976. e30pp.
37 20 Newaygo Dam Mich. Flooding, Law Firm. 1977. e10pp.
37 21 Paranaque Spillway. 1977. e30pp.
37 22 Paranaque Spillway to Manila Bay. 1977. e15pp.
37 23 South Platte Diversion Dam, Denver Water Dept.. 1978. e50pp.
37 24 Algeria Pumping Plants, Bechtel, Inc.. 1979. e15pp.
37 25 Main Elk Cr[eek] Dam Sediment Study, Flemming Co.. 1980. e10pp. and map
37 26 Rose Weeks, Property, South Platte Bank Erosion. 1980-1981. e50pp.
37 27 Stage Coache [sic Stagecoach] Dam, Yampa River - Flemming Co.. 1984-1989. e60pp.
37 28 U.S. Bureau [of] Reclamation, Downstream Effects of Conner Dam. 1986. e50pp.
37 29 "Upper Gila River notes contract & proj. reports: downstream effects of Conner Dam upon Gila River channel and valleys." Bureau of Reclamation. 1986. e100pp.
37 30 "Upper Gila River report: downstream effects of Conner Dam upon Gila River channel and valleys." Bureau of Reclamation. 1986. e250pp.
37 31 USAID--Manila, Mar '76. Report, l[ette]rs, contract and notes. 1976. e150pp.
37 32 Lane, E. W. "The Yellow River flood control as a problem in sediment engineering.". 1949.
37 33 Sediment sampling, Diz River, Iran. 1957. e75pp.
37 34 Pacific Southwest Interagency Comm. Meeting, Tuscon, Arizona. 1962 March 8. e50pp.
37 35 Review of river management program, Colorado River front work and levee system: report of task force. 1971. e100pp.


Series 4: Handbooks and manuals, 1948-1990

This series consists of handbooks and manuals used by Borland in his work. Some are government, especially Bureau of Reclamation, issued, but others were compiled by Borland from a variety of sources. There is no particular arrangement.
Box Folder
38 1 Corps of Engineers, Hydraulic Design Criteria. c. 1961. e250pp.
38 2 Spillway design and engineer standard. undated. e250pp.
38 3 Planning hydrology, vol. IV and VII. 1950-1951. e300pp.
38 4 Hand book: sedimentation engineering. 1948-1990. e600pp.
38 5 [Irrigation and Drainage] Research Conference, Logan, Utah. 1964 March. e120pp.
38 6 Engineering analysis of fluvial systems: a short course. 1986. e400pp. in 3 folders
39 1 IACWR [Inter-Agency Committee on Water Resources]: sampler, manuals, catalog; reservoir resurveys; inventory sediment load data; sources, hydrologic data. 1948-1970. e400pp.
39 2 Teaching handbook: river mechanics, reservoir sedimentation, sampling and lab analysis, diversion dams, settling basins, terminal structures, references, outlines. 1971-1975. e350pp.
39 3 Design handbook. 1950-1961. e350pp.
39 4 Reclamation instruction: sedimentation, hydraulic data, river regulation, relation with other agencies. 1976. e50pp.
39 5 Hydrologic terms. 1973. 71pp.
39 6 "Planning of projects for development of water resources." Denver: Bureau of Reclamation. undated. e150pp.
39 7 Listing of Bureau dam[s], reservoirs, canals, tunnels, pumping. 1970. e100pp.
39 8 Compilation manual of papers prepared for Joint Sedimentation Workshop conducted by the Agricultural Research Service and Soil Conservation Service. 1959. e200pp.
39 9 Sedimentation publications. 1980. e15pp.


Series 5: Books, 1916-1977

This series consists of books and publications that did not seem to fit elsewhere. Several of the items were written by Borland, including his university theses. Others were kept for reasons of marginalia or uniqueness when the rest of the books were deaccessioned. Borland's works are filed first, with the other items following.
Box Folder
40 1 Williams, Warren Willoby and Whitney McNair Borland. "The operating characteristics of a series of centrifugal pumps using different types of impellers." Thesis. University of Nebraska. 1928. 238pp.
40 2 Borland, Whitney McNair. "Model study of beach erosion." Thesis. University of California. 1930. 172pp.
40 3 Borland, Whitney McNair. "Flow over rounded crest weirs." Thesis. University of Colorado. 1938. 54pp.
40 4 Borland, W. M. and T. W. Goddard. Examination of Colorado River front work and levee system, region 3, 1966: report of examination. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1967. e100pp.
40 5 Sanford, Hollis and W. M. Borland. Cooperative water supply studies for South Coast Irrigation District, Puerto Rico Water Resources Authority. Denver: US Bureau of Reclamation. 1962. 41pp.
40 6 Notes from the Fontana Conference on Sediment Transport. [N.p.]: University of Tennessee. 1954. 39pp.
40 7 Dams and control works: a description of representative storage and diversion dams and high-pressure reservoir outlet works constructed by the Bureau of Reclamation. Washington: US GPO. 1929. 164pp.
40 8 Lower Colorado River maps: Colorado River front work and levee system, Arizona-California. [N.p.]: Bureau of Reclamation. 1976. e30pp.
40 9 Belknap, Buzz. Grand Canyon river guide. New York: Canyonlands Press. 1969. e25pp.
40 10 Shumm, Stanley A. The fluvial system. New York: Wiley and Sons. 1977. e150pp.
40 11 Etcheverry, B. A. Irrigation practice and engineering. Vol. II, conveyance of water. 1st ed. New York: McGraw-Hill. 1916. 364pp.


Series 6: Notes, 1960-1974

The majority of the notes in this series are related to lectures Borland gave, including at CSU. Other notes were created for various reasons, and all are on a variety of topics. Folders are in order alphabetically by title.
Box Folder
40 12 Avalanche [small notebook of data, addresses, expenses]. undated. e40pp.
40 13 CSU lecture. 1972 August 4. e100pp.
40 14 CSU lecture. 1972 August 4. e25pp.
40 15 Hydrology lecture notes, prepared for a training program, Lower Mekong Basin Project. 1960-1961. 241pp.
40 16 Important old notes. undated. 6pp.
40 17 [Leather notebook with business cards]. undated. e30pp.
40 18 Lecture--channels. undated. e20pp.
40 19 [Lecture notes]. 1974. e80pp.
40 20 Stream channel stability. undated. e15pp., 7 photos


Series 7: Photographs, undated

Photographs are found throughout most of this collection, incorporated in reports or other places, and were not removed to this series. Those in this series were not attached to anything. The first photograph in the series was found in one of Borland's books and is unidentified as to time, place, and person. The remaining photos are presumably from Borland's 1968-1969 trip to Laos and Thailand for the Pa Mong Project and may have been taken by him. The photos show the Mekong River from different angles (including aerial shots) and locations, the banks of the river, and some of the local people involved and the equipment they used. Duplicates of most of the Pa Mong photos exist, and all of them remain in the order in which they were found.
Box Folder
40 21 [Man standing in snow-covered mountains, found in book Open channel hydraulics]. undated. 1 photo
40 22 Pa Mong photos. undated. e350 photos


Contents:
Index to ASCE Papers
Index of Sedimentation Articles
Index to Sedimentation Reports
Index to Hydraulic Publications
Index to Hydrologic Publications
Index: Snow and Ice Publications

Return to Table of Contents


INDEX TO ASCE PAPERS

I. HYDRAULICS
E Pipe Flow, Penstocks, Culverts, Sprinklers
H Open Channel Flow -- Flumes, Gaging Stations
G Critical Flow -- Weirs, Orifices, Jet Flow, Siphons
I Energy Dissipation, Stilling Basins, Hydraulic Jump
C Laboratories, Models
K Waves, Surface and Density, Stratification of Fluid, Flood Routing
BB Fluid Mechanics, Dispersion Turbulance
M Turbines, Pumps, Gates, Valves -- Cavitation, Surge, Vibration, Dredges
CC Hydraulic Structures -- Spillways, Outlets, Inlets, Protective Str, Riprap
AA Diversion Dams, Settling Basins, Sand Traps, Excluders
JJ Fish
II. HYDROLOGY
L Precipitation, Runoff, Hydrographs, Flow and Stage Duration, Low flow
EE Meteorology -- Cloud Seeding, Ice, Snow
F Flood Analysis, Control, Protection and Effect
O Evaporation, Wind, Physiographical Balance
P Irrigation, Methods, Consumptive Use, Canal Losses, Water Rights
HH Conservation, Effects, Watershed Studies, Land Use
Q Water Movement in Soil -- Seepage, Wells, Ground Water
R Drainage, Reclamation, General Irrigation Projects
X Storage and Project Operation, River Basin Operation, Routing
N Beaches, Harbors, Estuaries, Erosion, Tide and Waves, Protection, Freeboard
Y Quality of Water, Pollution, Thermo, Sewage, Cooling Water
II Fresh Water from Salt Water
Logan Conference -- Research Needs (1964)
III. SEDIMENTATION ENGINEERING
B Sediment Transport, Channels and Pipes, Bed Forms and Friction (See U)
V Reservoir Sedimentation, Sediment Yield Rates, Deltas, Fluvial Fans
U Aggrading, Degrading, and Stable Channels -- Bed Forms
J Soil mechanics, Earth Dams and Dikes, Foundations, Dam failure
Sedimentation Engineering Manual
IV. MANAGEMENT, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
GG Organizations; Political Protective and Conservation, River Basin Planning
V. MATHEMATICS
DD Electronic Computer, Models, Stream Forecasting
Z Data Analysis and Storage
VI. STANDARDS, POLICY, EDUCATION, INSTRUMENTATION
A Translations, References, History, Tabulations
H Costs, Weights, Symbols, Standards
S Economics, Education, Research Needs
FF Measurement Equipment -- Gages, Samplers, Survey Instruments
VII. DESIGN AND GEOLOGY
D Structure Analysis, Wood and Concrete Design
T Geology (see J)

INDEX OF SEDIMENTATION ARTICLES

A. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES, CHARACTERISTICS AND MOVEMENT OF SEDIMENT
*0. General; Terminology; Research Needs and Teaching Aids
*1. Suspended movement, formulas, unmeasured load, "Sediment Production" (see A-12)
*2. Bed movement, formulas, types (see B-2 for forms)
3. Suspended sampling -- Instruments and techniques
4. Bed material -- Sampling size, errors (see A-11) and techniques
*5. Size analysis, fall velocities, concentration determination
6. Cohesive soils, soil classification, chemical and mineral properties
7. Particle shape, texture and angle of repose
8. Sealing of Porous Media
9. Fertility of sediment
10. Abrasive power (see L-2)
11. Sorting and armoring of particles (see F-6)
*12. Erosion of watersheds -- Methods of computing erosion and yield rates
*13. Sediment yield -- Basic Data -- Rating curves (see D-5, A-1, and A )
14. Mud flows
B. NATURAL CHANNELS - BEHAVIOR
0. Policy criteria and manual
1. Stream morphology and theory of behavior -- Channel Type (see Art. F-1)
2. Bed forms and resistance, n's for sand channels
3. Drainage patterns and density
4. Channel slope -- Profiles (see F-7)
5. Channel form and shape -- bank erosion
6. Channel bends and meander
7. Deterioration
8. Aggradation -- flood plain deposits
9. Degradation -- scour at bridges and outlets (see F-5)
10. Gullies and accelerated erosion
11. Case histories
C. REGIMEN THEORY
20. Pros and Cons
21. Kennedy, Lacey, Inglis, etc.
22. Blench
D. RESERVOIR SEDIMENTATION
*0. Policy, criteria, and General
*1. Density of deposits
*2. Disposition of deposits
*3. Trap efficiency
*4. Deltas, development -- Upstream Aggradation -- See also B-8
5. Rate of deposition, sediment yield (See A-13)
*6. Density currents and slucing of sediment, stratified flow (see XX, A-3 and A-4)
7. Survey methods, equipment, Gamma Probe (see N-3 and N-2)
8. Operation and design (outlet works)
9. Shoreline retreat
For degradation, see B-2, F-5
E. INTAKE WORKS AND DESILTING BASINS
*0. Policy criteria and general methods
*1. Sluices, Ejectors and curved walls
2. Settling basins
3. Sand traps and vortex tube
4. Dredges and dragline
5. Transport of sediment in pipes (See ZH)
6. Guide vanes
F. CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT AND DESIGN - STABLE CHANNELS - CANALS
*0. Policy criteria and general
*1. Tractive force -- Effect of sediment concentration
*2. Dominant discharge
*3. Competent velocity (See A-11)
*4. Bank protection, groins and levees -- width
*5. Channel scour -- degradation -- pilot cuts (See B-9)
*6. Riprap -- gravel cover -- Armor (see A-11)
6X. Vegetative influence and protection
*7. Bed protection; modifications and drops -- Slope
8. Alinement bends and minimum radius
9. Leakage -- sediment sealing -- water salvage
10. Maintenance, dredging and cleaning -- clearing
11. Cross drainage
*12. Case histories
*13. Cohesive banks and clay characteristics (See A-6)
*H. CONSERVATION PRACTICES
1. Vegetation methods, watershed management
2. Soil erosion -- Cross drainage
3. Structural measures -- Check dams, terraces and plugs
4. Small Dams, Debris basins
5. Evaluation of general conservation measures
6. Raindrop splash and Infiltration
7. Measures for Pasture and Brush Land
8. Effect of Floodwater Retarding Structures
9. Watershed Protection Effects
K. ECONOMICS OF SEDIMENTATION
1. Cleaning of canals
2. Sedimentation damage
3. Legal
*L. PUMPING PLANTS AND TURBINES
1. Intakes, marinas and pumping plants (See Art. E)
2. Abrasion of pumps and turbine parts (See L)
M. WIND EROSION - LOESS
N. INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT
1. Electronic Computers
2. Radioisotope, probes, tracers, monitors
3. Samplers, size analysis, boats (See A-3, D-7, A-4)
4. Mathematics and analysis of data
P. ESTUARIES, HARBORS, MARINAS, WAVES, TIDES
Q. GEOLOGY - GENERAL INFORMATION
For samplers see A-3 and A-4
For stream gaging equipment see ZM
* Symbols with similar subject matter in report file

INDEX TO SEDIMENTATION REPORTS

A. SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AND EROSION
A0 General -- Sediment Transport
A1 Suspended Load
A2 Bed Material Transport
A2X Total Load
A2Y Bedforms and other Effects
A5 Fall Velocity, Size Flocculation
A. EROSION AND SEDIMENT YIELD
A12 Erosion Analysis
A13 Sediment Yield Rates and Rating Curves
A13X Reports -- Yield Rate Studies
A14 Mud Flow
D. RESERVOIR SEDIMENTATION
D0 General and Manuals
D1 Unit Weight
D2 Distribution of Sediment, and Delta Profile
D3 Trap Efficiency
D4 Delta Formation
D6 Stratification, Sluicing
D7 Resurvey Reports
D10 Studies and Talks
E. CANALS AND INTAKES
E0 General
E1 Diversion Dams, Settling Basins, Sand Traps
E7 Intakes, Marinas, Power and Pumping Plants
E8 Fish Problems
E9 Canals
E10 Drops, Checks, Chutes
F. STABLE CHANNELS - BEHAVIOR AND DESIGN
F0 General, Design for X--Section
F1 Tractive Force
F3 Critical Velocity
F4 Bank Erosion -- Protection -- Width
F5 Local Scour, Contractions -- Levees
F6 Riprap, Gravel Filters, Armor
F7 Bed Slope -- Drops -- Gullies
F8 Bends, Alinement -- Meander
F11 Aggradation (also See D4)
F12 Reports and Studies of Projects
F13 Cohesive Material -- Resistance to Scour
F14 Degradation below Dams
H. CONSERVATION METHODS AND EVALUATION
L. PUMP AND TURBINES

INDEX TO HYDRAULIC PUBLICATIONS

ARTICLES
*ZA Policy, Criteria, and Manual
ZB General and Miscellaneous
*ZC Flow in Open Channels
ZC0 General and Miscellaneous
*ZC1 Calculation of Water Surface Profile
ZC2 Shallow or Sheet Flow, Grass Channels
ZC3 Supercritical Flow Chutes, Steep Channels
*ZC4 Waves in Channels and Unstable Flow. (See ZP)
*ZC5 Roughness Coefficient, See B2
*ZC6 Special Energy Losses, Bend, Bridges and Contractions
*ZC7 Rating Curves, Gaging Stations, Measurement of Q
ZD Critical Depth, Flow Meters, Parshall Flume
*ZE Weirs, Broad Crest Weirs, Ogee Crest
*ZF Dissipation of Hydraulic Energy, Hydraulic Jump, Stilling Basin Drops
ZG Translatory Waves, Flood Routing, Surges
*ZH Flow in Pipes, Penstocks, Siphons, Sediment Mixture
*ZI Orifices, Meters in Closed Conduits, Valves
ZJ Flow Around Immersed Bodies, Bridge Piers
*ZK Models and Hydraulic Laboratories
ZL Flow through Porous Media, Wells
*ZM Gages and Equipment, Also A3 and A4
ZN Pumps -- Cavitation and Abrasion (See L)
ZO Turbines, Cavitation and Abrasion (See L)
ZP Waves, Tides, Beaches, Slope Protection, Freeboard (Also XT and XU)
ZQ Ice and Ice Jams
ZR Fluid Mechanics
Note: For Math. and Analysis, See N4
* Symbols with similar subject matter in report file
REPORTS
ZA General and Manuals
ZC Open Channel Flow
ZC1 Water Surface Profiles
ZC4 Waves -- Density Currents, Unstable Flow
ZC5 Flow Resistance, N's Values
ZC6 Special Losses, Bridges, Contractions
ZC7 Gaging Stations, Discharge Measurements
ZE Weirs -- Measuring Devices
ZF Structures, Drops, Stilling Basins
ZH, ZI Pipes, Culverts, Orifices, Sediment Mixture in Pipes
ZK Models and Laboratories and Laboratory Techniques
ZM Instruments, Gages, Samplers
ZQ Ice Jams

INDEX TO HYDROLOGIC PUBLICATIONS

ARTICLES
*XA Policy, criteria and manual -- Environment controversy
XB General and Miscellaneous
XC Water Resources and Project Planning
XD Basic Data Collection and Presentation
XD1 Stream flow
XD2 Precipitation
XD3 Quality
XD4 Temperature
XE Statistics and Mathematical Methods, Extension of Records
*XF Water Requirements and Consumptive Use Value of Water, Dominant Discharge, Water yield from watershed
*XG Phreatophytes, Salt Cedars, Weeds
XH Water Yield--Duration Curves -- Return flow
XI Irrigation Methods -- Planning and Design
*XJ Ground Water and Wells--Seepage
XK Drainage Methods -- Planning and Design
*XL Flood, Droughts, Runoff, Precipitation Hydrographs
*XM Flood Routing and Reservoir Operation, Yield and Size
XN Operation Studies
*XO Evaporation
XP Meteorology, Sunspots, Wet and Dry Cycles
XQ Forecast and Predictions
XR Snow and Glaciers
XS Sprinkler Systems, subirrigation
*XT Harbors, Beaches and Tidal Movement, Shore Retreat
*XU Wind
XV Requirements of Fish
*XW Quality of Water -- Pollution, Temperature and Dissolved Oxygen
XX Limnology -- Study of Reservoirs -- Fish, temperature, density, pollution
For Instruments, See ZM, D7, A3 and A4
For Ice Jams, See ZQ
For Math and Analysis, see N4
*Symbols with similar subject matter in Report File
REPORTS
XA General and Manual
XF Use of Water and Irrigation
XG Phreatophytes -- Weeds
XJ Ground Water Drainage and Wells
XL Runoff, Precipitation Analysis of Floods and Droughts
XM Flood Routing, Reservoir Yield and Size
XO Evaporation
XP Meteorology, Wet-dry Cycles, Earthquakes
XT Beach Erosion, Harbors, Waves
XU Weather Observation, Wind, Temperature
XW Water Quality, Temperature - Limnology
XZ Math. Analysis Correlations, Computers
Ice Jams (see ZQ)
Instruments (see ZM)

INDEX: SNOW AND ICE PUBLICATIONS

AX Annual and Project Reports -- Bibliographies
AX1 Mechanical and Physical Properties of Snow
AX2 Instrumentation and Collection of Data
AX3 Glaciers, Ice Cover
AX4 Snow Cover and Surveys
AX5 Snow Characteristics -- Blowing, Creep, Classification
AX6 Avalanche Characteristics and Defense Design
AX7 Avalanche Hazard and Research
AX8 Snow Hydrology, Sublimation
AX9 Guides, Teaching Instructions, General Information
AX10 Avalanche Fatalities and Case Histories, Search
AX11 Sea Ice
AX12 Icing of Structures, Rime
Ice Jams, see ZQ