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In 2019, the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Upper Colorado River Wild and Scenic Stakeholder Group, studied the magnitude and recurrence interval of streamflow needed to initiate bed movement of gravel-sized and finer sediment in a segment of the Colorado River in Colorado to better understand sediment movement and its relation to flow regimes of the river. Bed movement occurred more frequently and at lower streamflows from State Bridge to Catamount Bridge compared to the study area upstream from State Bridge. Two longitudinal hydrophone profiles were carried out at different streamflows to collect underwater acoustic data using hydrophones throughout the study area on June 6-8, 2019 (June 6-8 longitudinal...
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In 2019, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the Upper Colorado River Wild and Scenic Stakeholder Group, studied the magnitude and recurrence interval of streamflow needed to initiate bed movement of gravel-sized and finer sediment in a segment of the Colorado River in Colorado to better understand sediment movement and its relation to flow regimes of the river. Bed movement occurred more frequently and at lower streamflows from State Bridge to Catamount Bridge compared to the study area upstream from State Bridge. Two longitudinal hydrophone profiles were carried out at different streamflows to collect underwater acoustic data using hydrophones throughout the study area on June 6-8, 2019 and...
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In 2019, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the Upper Colorado River Wild and Scenic Stakeholder Group, studied the magnitude and recurrence interval of streamflow needed to initiate bed movement of gravel-sized and finer sediment in a segment of the Colorado River in Colorado to better understand sediment movement and its relation to flow regimes of the river. Bed movement occurred more frequently and at lower streamflows from State Bridge to Catamount Bridge compared to the study area upstream from State Bridge. Two stationary hydrophone systems were installed on April 23, 2019 at the above Catamount Bridge stationary hydrophone site (above Catamount Bridge site), and two were installed on...
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In 2019, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the Upper Colorado River Wild and Scenic Stakeholder Group, studied the magnitude and recurrence interval of streamflow needed to initiate bed movement of gravel-sized and finer sediment in a segment of the Colorado River in Colorado to better understand sediment movement and its relation to flow regimes of the river. Bed movement occurred more frequently and at lower streamflows from State Bridge to Catamount Bridge compared to the study area upstream from State Bridge. Two independent and complementary lines of evidence were collected to detect incipient bed movement. Two stationary hydrophone systems were installed on April 23, 2019 at the above...


    map background search result map search result map Acoustic, Spatial, and Sediment Size Data Collected on the Upper Colorado River to Estimate the Flushing Flows, Colorado, 2019 Longitudinal Hydrophone Profile Data on the Upper Colorado River, Colorado, June 6 to 8, 2019 Longitudinal Hydrophone Profile Data on the Upper Colorado River, Colorado, June 18 to 19, 2019 Stationary Hydrophone Data on the Upper Colorado River, Colorado, April 23 to August 29, 2019 Stationary Hydrophone Data on the Upper Colorado River, Colorado, April 23 to August 29, 2019 Longitudinal Hydrophone Profile Data on the Upper Colorado River, Colorado, June 18 to 19, 2019 Longitudinal Hydrophone Profile Data on the Upper Colorado River, Colorado, June 6 to 8, 2019 Acoustic, Spatial, and Sediment Size Data Collected on the Upper Colorado River to Estimate the Flushing Flows, Colorado, 2019