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bank-operated traveling-block cableway for stream discharge and sediment measurements

James J. Paradiso

bank-operated traveling-block cableway for stream discharge and sediment measurements

by James J. Paradiso

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Stream Systems Technology Center in Fort Collins, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stream measurements -- Idaho -- Nezperce National Forest.,
  • Suspended sediments -- Idaho -- Nezperce National Forest -- Measurement.,
  • Forests and forestry -- Idaho -- Nezperce National Forest.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBank operated traveling block cableway for stream discharge and sediment measurements.
    StatementJames J. Paradiso.
    SeriesGeneral technical report RMRS-GTR -- 44., General technical report RMRS -- GTR-44.
    ContributionsStream Systems Technology Center (Fort Collins, Colo.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p. :
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18141334M

    Plan #2 is proposed when the stream has sufficient flow to prevent the implementation of silt screens across the entire width of the stream. This plan uses a turbidity curtain which is custom designed for the proposed work area. It may be used alone or as a sediment control encircling a cofferdam.   How to Build a Bank-Operated Cableway to Measure Stream Discharge and Sediment; Manning's Equation and the Internal Combustion Engine; Verifying Roughness Coefficients for Stream Channels in Arizona; Converting Phi Units to Millimeters; Comments on Exaggerated Cannel Cross-sections; January ( KB / 8 pages - Section Compliant).

      The cableway was used to make a discharge measurement with an acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP). ADCPs measure river depth and velocity and compute discharge using this information. Details. Image Dimensions: x Date Taken: Wednesday, April 9, Location Taken: Grand Lake Stream, ME, US. Photographer. a mechanical current meter discharge measurement from a cableway at the Arkansas River near Canyon City, Colo. (USGS station no. ); and on the right, black and white photograph.

    Field data collection panel showing (a) the camera system mounted on handrail near bank-operated cableway, (b) white balance calibration card, (c) relationship of camera field of view to suspended. For a miscellaneous measurement, record the stream name and exact location of site; •• Date of measurement and members of measurement party (initials and last name); •• Measured channel width, area, average velocity (computed as a ratio of the measured discharge/measured area), average gage height, and discharge; •• Vertical.


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A Bank-Operated Traveling-Block Cableway for Stream Discharge and Sediment Measurements / Site selection depends both on the qualities needed for a good discharge or sediment measurement and on factors affecting the installation and operation of the cableway.

Buchanan and Somers () discuss selection of discharge measurement Size: 2MB. discharge and sediment data at high flows may be neglected in some situations. This may bedueto safety considerationsassociated withwading, ordueto a lack of bridges or otheravailablestructure crossing the stream.

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CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): A hand-operated cableway with a traveling block system has been used on the Nez Perce National Forest in Idaho since The installation allows hydrographers to safely collect streamflow and sediment data during high flow conditions when wading measurements are impractical or extremely dangerous.

The simple steps of performing a bank-operated-cableway (BOC) streamflow measurement. Sprague River. A Bank-Operated Traveling Block Cableway for Stream Discharge and Sediment Measurements.

James J. Paradiso (General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-RM ) File: ( KB) This publication describes the construction and use of a cableway system. Included are figures describing parts and dimensions, installation methods, and field.

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Abstract. A hand-operated cableway with a traveling block system has been used on the Nez Perce National Forest in Idaho since The installation allows hydrographers to safely collect streamflow and sediment data during high flow conditions when wading measurements are.

Get this from a library. A bank-operated traveling-block cableway for stream discharge and sediment measurements. [James J Paradiso; Stream Systems Technology Center (Fort Collins, Colo.),] -- Streams often present a challenge for collecting flow and sediment measurements on a year-round basis.

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A bank-operated traveling-block cableway for stream. A Bank-Operated Traveling-Block Cableway for Stream Discharge and Sediment Measurements The system is generally applicable to streams less than feet wide. This limitation is controlled by the cable length of the sounding reel used.

[36] From October to March,another experiment was conducted to demonstrate continuous noncontact monitoring of river discharge. The bank‐operated cableway and the GPR unit used in the San Joaquin River experiments were relocated to the Cowlitz River at Castle Rock, Washington, just upstream of a USGS stream gauging station ().

A Bank-Operated Traveling-Block Cableway for Stream Discharge and Sediment Measurements 44 A standard sounding reel, such as an A or B, is also attached to fittings on the near post (Figure 3).

The cable from the sounding reel is used to suspend the measuring equipment, such as a current meter. The cable is supported by the lower.

ing ADCP-based discharge measurements are different from the technology and methods used to make traditional discharge measurements with mechanical meters. Although the ADCP is a valuable tool for measuring streamflow, it is only accurate when .Discharge Measurement Software; USGS Field Publications; Sediment Sampling Equipment.

Depth Integrating Samplers; Point Integrating Samplers; Bed Material Samplers; Bed Load Samplers; Helley Smith Samplers; Sediment Sampling Accessories; Bedload Trap; In-Stream Sediment Collector; Core Samplers; Runoff Samplers; Erosion Monitors; Scour Sensors.A number of documents are available for download, including a quarterly newsletter, and papers that discuss 1) a bank-operated traveling block cableway for stream discharge and sediment measurements, 2) an overview of basic classification concepts and their application in river classification, 3) methods for assessing bedload movement in coarse.