2 edition of Effect of channel changes in the St. Clair River since 1900 found in the catalog.
Effect of channel changes in the St. Clair River since 1900
J. A. Derecki
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories in Ann Arbor, Mich
Written in English
|Statement||Jan A. Derecki.|
|Series||NOAA technical memorandum ERL GLERL -- 40., NOAA technical memorandum ERL GLERL -- 40.|
|Contributions||Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 20 p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
Saint Clair River, outlet for Lake Huron, forming part of the boundary between Michigan, U.S. (west), and Ontario, Can. (east).Flowing southward into Lake Saint Clair, with a fall of feet ( m) in 39 miles (63 km), the river discharges through a silty, seven-mouth delta, with the South Channel (foot [8-metre] minimum depth) used for deep-drafted vessels. Another factor might be a reduction in sand supply to the St. Clair River caused by shoreline protection measures built along the shores of Lake Huron and harbor construction near the mouth of the river. The Great Lakes comprise fully one-fifth of the freshwater supply to the entire planet. Michigan, the Great Lakes State, looks to the lakes.
3 International Upper Great Lakes Study St. Clair River Ecosystem Summary White Paper and Report Evaluation of Potential Ecological Impacts Resulting from Lake Michigan‐Huron Water Level Restoration and the Placement of Structures in the St. Clair River. Lake St. Clair (French: Lac Sainte-Claire) is a freshwater lake that lies between the Canadian province of Ontario and the U.S. state of was named in by French Catholic explorers after Saint Clare of Assisi, on whose feast day they first sighted this body of water.. It is part of the Great Lakes system, and along with the St. Clair River and Detroit River, Lake St. Clair Coordinates: 42°28′N 82°40′W / °N .
The high water event was basin-wide, caused primarily by wet weather conditions across the entire Great Lakes – St. Lawrence River system. These conditions have persisted for several years and increased in intensity more recently, notably in , and again during the several months of fall and winter leading up to the spring of J. Great Lakes Res. 24(4) Internal. Assoc. Great Lakes Res., Effect of the Niagara River Chippawa Grass Island Pool on Water Levels of Lakes Erie, St. Clair, and Michigan-Huron Deborah H. Lee*, Frank H. Quinn, and Anne H. Clites Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Commonwealth Blvd. Ann Arbor, Michigan by: 4.
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Effect of channel changes in the St. Clair River since v, 20 p. (OCoLC) Online version: Derecki, J.A. (Jan A.). Effect of channel changes in the St. Clair River since Ann Arbor, Mich.: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories,  (OCoLC) The ultimate effect of dredging in the entire St.
Clair River since for gravel removal and the two navigation projects is a lower ing of lake levels (Fort Gratiot) by about m ( ft) or almost exactly the amount listed by the International Great Lakes Levels by: of the lake outlet in the St. Clair River and that published flows for the St.
Clair-Detroit River prior to the drop () are excessive. The magnitude of dredging-related lowering of Lake Huron levels prior to determined by Brunk () is m ( ft). Lawhead ().
in a dis. Effect of channel changes in the St. Clair River since v, 20 p. (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: J A Derecki; Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.
Effect of channel changes in the St. Clair River since / By J. (Jan A.) Derecki and Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory. Abstract "February ""Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory."Bibliography: p. Mode of access: Internet.
Effect of channel changes in the St. Clair River since Personal Author: Derecki, J. (Jan A.) Corporate Authors: Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Published Date: Series: NOAA technical memorandum ERL GLERL ; 40 File Type: [PDF - KB] Author: Eric J.
Anderson, David J. Schwab. Effect of channel changes in the St. Clair River since Personal Author: Derecki, J. (Jan A.) Corporate Authors: Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Published Date: Series: NOAA technical memorandum ERL GLERL ; 40 Description: Introduction -- Authority -- The nature of the problem -- Purposes and scope of study and report.
Effect of Channel Changes in the St. Clair River Since J.A. Derecki () (PDF K) TM Great Lakes Basins Runoff Modeling: T.E. Croley II () (PDF MB) TM A Two-Dimensional Lake Circulation Modeling System: D.J.
Schwab, J.R. Bennett, A.T. Jessup () (PDF MB) TM Great Lakes Connecting Channel Flows. They are considered the best available, but may be subject to change with future review.
These data for the period were agreed upon between the offices of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Detroit and Environment Canada (EC), Cornwall in The St.
Clair River AOC includes the entire river, from the Blue Water Bridge at the north end, to the southern tip of Seaway Island, west to St. Johns Marsh and east to include the north shore of Mitchells Bay on Lake St.
Clair.⁃ location: Lake Huron. In the Great Lakes of North America, the St. Clair River is the major outlet of Lake Huron and conveys water to Lake St.
Clair which then flows to Lake Erie. One major topic of interest is morphological change in the St. Clair River and its impact on water levels in the Upper Great Lakes and connecting channel flows.
A combined multibeam echosounder (MBES) bathymetric survey and acoustic. Improvements in the South Channel of the St. Clair River, including construction of the St. Clair Flats Canal, began in The opening of the East and West Channels through the Flats, inprobably had some effect on levels.
Since this development spanned many. In the Great Lakes of North America, the St. Clair River is the major outlet of Lake Huron and conveys water to Lake St. Clair which then flows to Lake Erie. One major topic of interest is morphological change in the St.
Clair River and its impact on water levels in the Upper Great Lakes and connecting channel flows. A combined. For a significant analysis of the issue of the Saint Clair river on Great Lakes hydrology, please see NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL GLERL, the "Effect of Channel changes in the St.
Clair river since " by Jan A. Derecki, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, Michigan, FebruaryUnited Stated Department of Commerce. 1. 1-D HEC-RAS HydraulicModel of the St. Clair River Detroit, MI Octo 2.
Introduction• Two Major Questions: – What effects have past dredging events () had on conveyance in the St. Clair River. – What effects have bathymetric changes in the St. Clair River had on conveyance since. Clair Flats: A survey began at the mouth of the south channel; little changes compared to a survey made 10 years earlier.
No construction and/or dredging information found. Improvements were proposed for the St. Clair Flats, south channel. A chart of the St. Clair River was released, including scundings. Detroit River since 2. Determine, based on existing studies and analysis, the physical effects of sand and gravel removal and navigation dredging in the St.
Clair River since 1 3. Prepare summary tables showing the physical effects of St. Cl air/Detroi t River. Dredging in the St. Clair River Dredging in the St. Clair River began in the ’s for navigational purposes and continued until the last major dredging project took place in The U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) dredged the river to a depth of 27 feet, deepening the channel by 2 feet, to accommodate freighters. Select up to three search categories and corresponding keywords using the fields to the right. Refer to the Help section for more detailed instructions.
The Great Lakes Storm ofhistorically referred to as the "Big Blow," the "Freshwater Fury," or the "White Hurricane," was a blizzard with hurricane-force winds that devastated the Great Lakes Basin in the Midwestern United States and Ontario, Canada from November 7 through Novem The storm was most powerful on November 9, battering and overturning ships on four of the five Areas affected: The Great Lakes Basin in the.
While climate change influences water levels, human activities such as dredging can also play a role. For example, the St. Clair river opening was enlarged in the s, s, and s, contributing to greater outflows from Lakes Michigan and Huron.
8 Similarly, natural year-to-year variability and other factors such as human use and.8. I. M. Korkigian, (). "Channel Changes in the SI. Clair River Since ," Journal of the Waterways and Harbor Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, 9.
L. D. Kirshner and F. A. Blust, (), "Compensation for Navigation Improvements in St. Clair-Detroit River Sys tem," Miscellaneous Paper ' (Depanment of the Army.of some of the channel changes in the St.
Clair River may be underestimated and that the major drop in lake level in the s may be due to erosion as well as to decreased precipitation. The occurrence of extreme levels aroundinand in suggests a return interval of – years for extreme lake levels.