Wisconsin Water Science Center


This list of Wisconsin Water Science Center publications spans from 1953 to present. It includes both official USGS publications and journal articles authored by our scientists.

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A manual to identify sources of fluvial sediment
Year Published: 2016

A manual to identify sources of fluvial sediment

Sediment is an important pollutant of concern that can degrade and alter aquatic habitat. A sediment budget is an accounting of the sources, storage, and export of sediment over a defined spatial and temporal scale. This manual focuses on field approaches to estimate a sediment budget. We also highlight the sediment fingerprinting approach to attribute sediment to different watershed sources...

Gellis, Allen C.; Fitzpatrick, Faith A.; Schubauer-Berigan, Joseph
Gellis, A., Fitzpatrick, F., and Schubauer-Berigan, J., 2016, A manual to identify sources of fluvial sediment: Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency report EPA/600/R-16/210, 106 p., accessed February 23, 2017, at https://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPDF.cgi/P100QVM1.PDF?Dockey=P100QVM1.PDF.