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A procedure for evaluating environmental impact
In a recent article in "Science" discussing the Environmental Policy Act of 1969, Gillette (1971) states "The law's instructions for preparing an impact report apparently are not specific enough to insure that an agency will fully, or even usefully, examine the environmental effects of the projects it plans." This report contains a procedure that...Leopold, Luna Bergere; Clarke, F.E.; Hanshaw, B.B.; Balsley, J.R.
Low-flow study of streams in Albany County, New YorkRobison, F. Luman
Resistivity sections, upper Arkansas River basin, ColoradoZohdy, Adel A.R.; Hershey, Lloyd A.; Emery, Philip A.; Stanley, William D.
Water resources of the upper White River basin, east-central Indiana
Ground-water discharge to the streams sustains year-round streamflow in the upper White River basin. This discharge, referred to as ground-water runoff or base runoff, is considered to be an index to the amount of g ound water available for development. A comparison of the variations of groundwater runoff and aquifer distribution in the basin...Cable, L.W.; Daniel, J.F.; Wolf, R.J.; Tate, C.H.
Continuing sediment investigation in Indiana by the U.S. Geological Survey; a progress report
Publication's summary is not availableJohnson, Lynn E.
Channel movement of meandering Indiana streams
The process of channel movement in a meander system involves rotation and translation of meander loops and an increasing path length. The amount of path-length increase is directly proportional to the impulse supplied by discharge and is inversely proportional to the silt-clay percentage of the material composing the channel perimeter. Comparable...Daniel, James F.
Estimating steady-state evaporation rates from bare soils under conditions of high water tableRipple, C.D.; Rubin, J.; Van Hylckama, T. E. A.
Effects of mineralized artesian water on the fresh-water biota of Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park, FloridaKolipinski, Milton C.; Higer, Aaron L.
Disposal of liquid wastes by injection underground--Neither myth nor millennium
Injecting liquid wastes deep underground is an attractive but not necessarily practical means for disposing of them. For decades, impressive volumes of unwanted oil-field brine have been injected, currently about 10,000 acre-feet yearly. Recently, liquid industrial wastes are being injected in ever-increasing quantity. Dimensions of industrial...Piper, Arthur M.