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These data are the primary data used to estimate rainbow trout abundance and survival in the Colorado River, Glen and Grand Canyons. Refer to the analyses as per the associated journal manuscript (see Larger Work Citation). Prey availability, feeding efficiency, and competition reduce somatic growth and cause the collapse of a fish population" Nighttime boat electrofishing was used to sample rainbow trout four times per year in April, July, September, and January, from April 2012 through September 2016. A total of five reaches were sampled between Glen Canyon Dam (river kilometer [rkm] 0) to below the confluence with the Little Colorado River (located at rkm 130). Reaches ranged from two to six km in length. A total...
Tags: 95% confidence intervals, Aquatic Biology, Arizona, Buck Farm, Colorado River, All tags...
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These data are bathymetry (river bottom elevation) in XYZ format (Easting, Northing, Elevation), generated from the September 17–18, 2020, survey of the Kentucky Dam tailwater from just downstream from Kentucky Dam to approximately 1,500 feet upstream from the I-24 bridge (about 1 mile total length). Bathymetric data were collected using an acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP) with an integrated global navigation satellite system (GNSS) smart antenna. The ADCP and GNSS antenna were mounted on a marine survey vessel, and data were collected as the survey vessel traversed the tailwater along planned survey lines. There was typically one reciprocal pair (two passes) of data collected per line. There was a total...
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In 2006, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation, began collecting annual and approximately quarterly-series peak streamflow data at streamflow-gaging stations in small- to medium-sized watersheds in central and western Texas, along with selected flood-hydrograph data at a subset of these stations. The data were primarily collected from a type of USGS streamflow-gaging station known as a crest-stage gage (CSG) station. The CSGs record peak stage, or maximum gage height (elevation of water surface above a local vertical datum), at the stations during storm events. Established and widely-used indirect methods of peak streamflow estimation, such as culvert-flow,...
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These data are bathymetry (river bottom elevation) and depth-averaged velocities generated from the September 17–18, 2020, survey of the Kentucky Dam tailwater from just downstream from Kentucky Dam to approximately 1,500 feet upstream from the I-24 bridge (about 1 mile total length). Bathymetry and velocity data were collected using an acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP) with an integrated global navigation satellite system (GNSS) smart antenna with submeter accuracy. The ADCP and GNSS antenna were mounted on a marine survey vessel, and data were collected as the survey vessel traversed the tailwater along planned survey lines. There was typically one reciprocal pair (two passes) of data collected per line....


map background search result map search result map A Database of Peak Streamflow Derived from Interpretations of Indirect Measurements for a Crest-Stage Gage Network in Texas through Water Year 2015 Rainbow trout growth data and growth covariate data downstream of Glen Canyon Dam in the Colorado River, Arizona, 2012 - 2016 Measurements of velocity and bathymetry in the tailwater of Kentucky Dam (Tennessee River) near Gilbertsville, Kentucky, September 17–18, 2020 Bathymetry in the tailwater of Kentucky Dam (Tennessee River) near Gilbertsville, Kentucky, September 17–18, 2020 Measurements of velocity and bathymetry in the tailwater of Kentucky Dam (Tennessee River) near Gilbertsville, Kentucky, September 17–18, 2020 Bathymetry in the tailwater of Kentucky Dam (Tennessee River) near Gilbertsville, Kentucky, September 17–18, 2020 Rainbow trout growth data and growth covariate data downstream of Glen Canyon Dam in the Colorado River, Arizona, 2012 - 2016 A Database of Peak Streamflow Derived from Interpretations of Indirect Measurements for a Crest-Stage Gage Network in Texas through Water Year 2015