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GRAVEL SOURCES NEOSHO RIVER KANSAS,2004

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Product Number: 205954
Series: SIR-2005-5282
Scale: NO SCALE
Alternate ID: SIR2005-5282
Authors: CHARLES A PERRY
Version Date: 01/01/2005
Regions: KS
Countries: USA
Media: Paper
Format: Bound
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Description: Gravel (rock fragments ranging from 2 to 64 millimeters in size) is important in the Neosho River Basin of southeastern Kansas both as a resource for human needs and as habitat for the Neosho madtom, a threatened and endangered species of catfish. Concerns about the depletion of the gravel resource, because of natural processes, the construction of John Redmond Reservoir, and in-channel extraction, have prompted a need for information on possible sources of gravel replenishment along the Neosho River in Kansas. In 2004, a combination of onsite inspection, sampling, and aerial photography was used to assess the potential of tributaries and main-stem basal deposits as sources of gravel for the Neosho River.
Survey Date: 2005
Two Sided: Yes
Pieces: 1
Languages: English
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