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Hydrologic effects of the Tampa bypass canal system
Louis H. Motz
Bibliography: p. 41-42.
|Statement||by Louis H. Motz ; prepared by United States Department of Interior, in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources, and the United States Army Corps of Engineers.|
|Series||Report of investigations - State of Florida, Bureau of Geology ; no. 82, Report of investigation (Florida. Bureau of Geology) ;, no. 82.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Interior.|
|LC Classifications||QE99 .A32 no. 82, GB705.F5 .A32 no. 82|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||77621519|
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Get this from a library. Hydrologic effects of the Tampa bypass canal system. [Louis H Motz; United States. Department of the Interior.]. Hydrologic effects of the Tampa bypass canal system (FGS: Report of investigations 82).
Title: Hydrologic effects of the Tampa bypass canal system (FGS: Report of investigations 82). Get this from a library. Impacts of the Tampa Bypass Canal system on the areal hydrology, Hillsborough County, Florida. [R L Knutilla; M A Corral; United States.
Army. Corps of Engineers.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Impacts of the Tampa Bypass Canal system on the areal hydrology, Hillsborough County, Florida by R. L Knutilla, unknown edition,Pages: The Tampa Bypass Canal is part of a flood-control project east of the city of Tampa, Fla., under construction by the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers. It will divert floodwater from the Hillsborough River at points upstream from Tampa through a canal system to McKay Bay. The U. Geological Survey began a hydrologic data program in to provide data needed to identify existing hydrologic.
Reports that deal directly with the canal system include the report by Motz () who studied the hydrologic effects of the canal system.
A report on hydrologic data for the Tampa Bypass Canal system was prepared by Causseaux and Rollins (). Barcelo, M. D.,Tampa bypass canal, effects of construction on groundwater resources in the vicinity of S and canal section 4B: SWFWMD. Barr, G. L.,Potentiometric surface of the Upper Floridan Aquifer, SWFWMD September, USGS Open-File Report The Tampa Bypass Canal (TBC) is a mile waterway that connects the Lower Hillsborough Wilderness Preserve with McKay Bay.
The canal provides flood protection for the cities of Temple Terrace and Tampa by diverting floodwaters from the Hillsborough River. The canal is also a water supply source for the city of Tampa.
Forgot password. Enter your email above and click here. Register First Name *First Name. Register Last Name *Last Name. The Tampa Bypass Canal (TBC) was constructed between and by the U.S. Florida Water Management District has made two attempts to study the effects of considers the changes and structural alterations in the hydrologic system when determining MFLs.
While this is always important, it is especially so with the Tampa. RI 82 / Motz, L. / HYDROLOGIC EFFECTS OF THE TAMPA BYPASS CANAL SYSTEM, Tallahassee,pb, 42 pages, 22 figs., 4 tables, - 3 - $ 10 RI 84 / Pirkle, B.
C., / THE HIGHLAND HEAVY MINERAL SAND DEPOSIT ON TRAIL RIDGE IN NORTHERN PENINSULAR FLORIDA, Tallahassee,pb, 50 pages, 5 figs., 12 tables, - 3 - $ 8. Construction of the Tampa Bypass Canal, Florida has resulted in an increase in streamflow from the canal area. Base-flow discharge is more than twice preconstruction amounts.
Discharge from springs has decreased by one half or more. Ground-water levels show an increase of up to 4 feet near structure S due to impoundment of water. Hydrologic effects of the Tampa bypass canal system [electronic resource] / by Louis H.
Motz ; prepared by United States Department of Interior, in cooperation with the Bureau of. Minimum Flows for the Tampa Bay Bypass Canal SWFWMD Water Control Structures in Hillsborough County - List of 33 water control structures Visit the Digital Library to view additional documents related to this water resource – Once at the Digital Library, type in a specific keyword such as "water quality" to narrow the search.
When available, water is skimmed from the Alafia River, Hillsborough River and the Tampa Bypass Canal. Some is treated for immediate use at the Tampa Bay Regional Surface Water Treatment Plant and surplus water is stored in the billion gallon C.W.
Bill Young Regional Reservoir to supply the water treatment plant during dry times. Care is taken to ensure that Tampa. Impacts of the Tampa Bypass Canal system on Knutilla the areal hydrology, Hillsborough County, and Corral Florida () The surficial aquifer in Pinellas County, Causseaux Florida () Low-flow frequency analyses for streams in Hammett west-central Florida ().
The Hydrology page contains information on Stream Flow, Water Levels, other related links and other Advanced Data Features USGS National Water Information System, Southwest Florida Water Management District.
Return to Top. Stream Flow and Levels. Stream level and flow data for Tampa Bypass Canal. T T H R 5 Six Mile Creek was still an untouched stream when this postcard was made in the early 20th century.
The creek, as it appears in this postcard, no longer exists. It is now a part of the Tampa Bypass Canal system. Tampa Bay History Center Collection, PAGE Any water that is released from the Hillsborough River Reservoir to the lower river to meet the minimum flow would be made up by water from Morris Bridge Sink or the Tampa Bypass Canal, Flannery said.
Excerpt from Hydrologic Effects of the Through L Canal Drawdowns on the Northern Taylor Slough Basin of Everglades National Park: Report Sfrc/01 About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.
Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books. the feasibility of developing the Tampa Bypass Canal Multi-Use Trail. The proposed concept is for an asphalt multi-use trail running along the west berm of the Tampa Bypass Canal.
This trail, which connects to Trout Creek and Wilderness Parks in the north and the McKay Bay trail in the south, will provide important. Annual wetland hydroperiods, defined here as the number of days per calendar year that water levels exceed a specified depth, were assessed at various depths for 41 cypress dome wetlands in west-central Florida lacking substantial anthropogenic impacts on hydrology.
The effects of data sampling frequency and length of data on hydroperiod calculations were .