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Year Published: 1957

Texas floods of September and October 1955

This report on the floods of September and and October 1955 in the Nueces, Brazos, and Pecos River basins, Texas, was prepared in the Texas District Office, Surface Water Branch, under the direction of Trigg Twichell, District Engineer.Records of discharge were collected and compiled in cooperation with the Texas State Board of Water Engineers,...

Milliken, D.L.; Goines, W.H.
Texas floods of September and October 1955; 1957; OFR; 57-74; Milliken, D. L.; Goines, W. H.

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Year Published: 1956

Guadalupe and Blanco River seepage investigations

No abstract available.

Holland, Pat H.; Irelan, Burdge

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Year Published: 1956

Saline-water resources of Texas

Large quantities of saline water are available in the world, both on the surface and underground; however, these waters have not been studied extensively as sources of potable water. Saline water is defined herein as water containing more than 1,000 parts per million of dissolved solids, or, with certain mineralized irrigation waters whose exact...

Winslow, Allen George; Kister, Lester Ray
Saline-water resources of Texas; 1956; WSP; 1365; Winslow, Allen George; Kister, Lester Ray.

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Year Published: 1955

Double Moutain Fork Brazos River between Lubbock and Buffalo Lakes, Texas

The purpose of this investigation was to study quantity, quality, and possible sources of the low flow and spring inflow of the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River between the Lubbock sewage disposal plant, 3 miles southeast of Lubbock, and a County Road crossing about 15 miles downstream and 4.2 miles northeast of Slaton, Lubbock County (fig...

Joerns, J.O.
Double Moutain Fork Brazos River between Lubbock and Buffalo Lakes, Texas; 1955; OFR; 55-73; Joerns, J. O.

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Year Published: 1955

Geology of the Canyon Reservoir site on the Guadalupe River, Comal County, Texas

In response to a request by Colonel Harry O. Fisher, District Engineer of the Fort Worth District of the Corps of Engineers, United States Army (letter of Dec. 13, 1954), a reconnaissance investigation was made of the geology of the Canyon (F-1) reservoir site on the Guadalupe River in Comal County, Tex. The purpose of the investigation was to...

George, William O.; Welder, Frank A.
Geology of the Canyon Reservoir site on the Guadalupe River, Comal County, Texas; 1955; OFR; 55-47; George, William O.; Welder, Frank A.

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Year Published: 1954

Diversions from Red River to Lake Dallas, Texas; and related channel losses, February and March 1954

During the period Feb. 10 to Mar. 3, 19541 the City of Dallas pumped 1,363 acre-feet of water from its Red River plant into Pecan Creek (a tributary of Elm Fork Trinity River) 3.5 miles above Gainesville; 1,272 acre-feet of this diversion reached the head of Lake Dallas. Discharge records were obtained at four points along the channels. This water...

Holland, Pat H.
Diversions from Red River to Lake Dallas, Texas, and related channel losses, February and March 1954; 1954; OFR; 54-128; Holland, P. H.

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Year Published: 1954

Floods in Devils and Pecos River basins of Texas, June 27-28, 1954 - miscellaneous data

Record-breaking floods occurred June 27, 28, 1954, in the Devils and lower Pecos Rivers and in some tributaries to those streams, caused by heavy rainfall of June 26-28. At the time of the flood the geological Survey was not operating a gaging station in the Devils River basin or in the Pecos river basin below Girvin. Continuous records of the...

Breeding, S.D.
Floods in Devils and Pecos River basins of Texas, June 27-28, 1954--miscellaneous data; 1954; OFR; 54-27; Breeding, S. D.

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Year Published: 1954

Floods of September 1952 in the Colorado and Guadelupe river basins, central Texas

Following a severe drought floods of exceptional size occurred in the central Texas 'hill country' as a result of heavy rains during the period September 9-11, 1952. As much as 26 inches of rain fell in the Guadalupe River basin and in the central and lower Colorado River basin and broke the extended drought. The belt of the heavy rainfall was...

Breeding, Seth D.; Montgomery, J.H.
Floods of September 1952 in the Colorado and Guadelupe river basins, central Texas; 1954; WSP; 1260-A; Breeding, Seth D.; Montgomery, J. H.