2 edition of Erosion and related land use conditions on the Lake Michie Watershed, near Durham, N. C. found in the catalog.
Erosion and related land use conditions on the Lake Michie Watershed, near Durham, N. C.
Martin, Irving Lee
|Other titles||Lake Michie Watershed, near Durham, N. C.|
|Statement||by Irving L. Martin and Turner C. Bass.|
|Contributions||Bass, Turner Cheshire, 1906-, United States. Soil Conservation Service.|
|LC Classifications||S623 .U44 no. 11|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. inc. tables, 3 plates on 2 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||agr40000118|
Erosion caused by high water and strong winds is carving away dunes that support homes along Lake Michigan. Author: Phil Dawson Published: AM EDT Octo The water level in Lake Michigan is near all-time high levels right now. The rise to current lake levels over the last several years has led to significant erosion of the Lake Michigan shoreline. Unfortunately, this loss of ground has resulted in failure of shoreline structures including stairways, decks, and .
Randy Vassh,of Vassh Excavating and Grading dumps concrete on Aug. 30, , over a Lake Michigan bluff for erosion protection in back of a home in the block of Graceland Avenue, in the Lake. Soil Erosion Permit and Application Information. Any earth change/disturbance over one (1) acre in size and/or within feet of a water of the state, (lake, stream, wetland, drain) within Wayne County needs a Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control (S.E.S.C.) Permit.
The erosion problem, Dixon says, isn’t the high waves alone, but that the waves are sitting atop Lake Michigan water levels almost three feet taller than the long-term average for October. Erosion of soil into a lake also causes the water to become turbid, or cloudy. Loss of water clarity makes feeding difficult for fish and wildlife species that rely on sight for pursuing their prey. Many property owners on developed shorelines have replaced native shoreline plants with turfgrass, which has a .
Holocaust survivor cookbook
view of the life, travels and philanthropic labours of the late John Howard, Esq., L.L.D. F.R.S.
The last prince of the Mexican empire
Rise of the Spanish-American republics
I AM discourses
God in nature
Improved methods of displaying and handling produce in retail food stores
Schizophrenia, theory, diagnosis, and treatment
Upper Teesdale National Nature Reserve
Increasing the contribution of small-scale fisheries to poverty alleviation and food security.
Memoria Del Fuego 3
PCsp - Module B Fractions
El Patio De Mi Casa
Get this from a library. Erosion and related land use conditions on the Lake Michie Watershed, near Durham, N.C. [Turner Cheshire Bass; Martin, Irving Lee,; United States.
Soil Conservation Service.; United States. Department of Agriculture.] -- The need for controlling soil erosion in the Southeastern States has been recognized since colonial l of soil erosion can be. Buy Erosion and related land use conditions on the Lake Michie Watershed, near Durham, N.
C on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Buy Erosion and Related Land Use Conditions on the Lake Michie Watershed, near Durham, N.C., etc. With maps (Erosion and Related Land Use Conditions.
) by Irving Lee Martin, Turner Cheshire Bass (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday Author: Irving Lee Martin, Turner Cheshire Bass. manage your properties has an impact on lake water quality. Runoff from water-front property carries pollutants such as sediment and phosphorus to the lake.
Where there is erosion, pollutant concentrations are even higher. Keep in mind that many city storm drains flow to. long-term effect of a major change in land-use. The methods employed here could be widely applied to lakes and used for comparison of the effects of land-use upon erosion rates in various regions of the United States (e.g.
Mirror Lake, New Hampshire, see Likens & Davis, ). STUDY AREA Frains Lake is a small ( hectares) lake located inCited by: C. Longjun, in Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, Soil erosion. Wind and water erosion are the main soil deterioration processes in different zones.
Under the pressures of overgrazing, deforestation, and irrational reclamation for agriculture production purpose, vegetation was degraded and destroyed in desertification-prone land areas, steppes were overgrazed and degraded in large.
How do I use plants to stabilize my pond bank. Wetland plants established on the shoreline are a preferred method for stabilizing pond banks, and they provide many benefits beyond erosion prevention.
The deep, robust root systems of these plants bind soils in the area where the majority of erosion is occurring, just below the water surface. Slopes that adjoin wetlands, stream sides, lakesides, shorelines and other waterfronts are another issue. These areas serve as buffer zones between land and water.
If your slope affects a watershed, get advice from a water mitigation expert or conservation agency. C., as long as the Department's supply lasts. After this supply is exhausted, publications may be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Wash-ington, D.
C., by purchase at the prices stated herein. His office is not a part of the Depart-ment of Agriculture. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Current Conditions* Source Water (Reservoir) Levels July 8, Lake Michie Elevation: feet mean sea level (msl) Little River Reservoir Elevation: feet, msl; Lake Michie is full at feet mean sea level (msl).
C - Soil Erosion and Sediment Control - 3 hours; Submit a one Page Statement of Qualifications showing 2 years of cumulative experience in SE/SC. -OR- Have either Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) or Certified Erosion.
The Office of Coastal Management protects and restores the resources of Ohio’s Lake Erie coastline and watershed. Welcome to the temporary website of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
We are developing a new, dynamic, and user-friendly website that won’t be ready until late summer. Roads on ranch lands and those leading to rural and suburban parcels may also contribute to sediment problems in a watershed.
Surface erosion from roads can produce chronic sources of fine sediment which can diminish salmon and steelhead spawning success (Cedarholm et al., ). The Lake Michie Dam was designed by William Piatt, and was part of a series of public works projects to upgrade the water supply and treatment in the later part of the s.
The construction of the Dam shifted Durham's water supply away from the Eno River to the Flat River. Storm-driven waves on a near-record-high Lake Michigan have eaten away at the shore, leaving some homes a few feet from plunging over a cliff.
A storm on Oct. 16 was particularly destructive. Introduction. Anthropogenic activities and land use/cover change (LUCC) have greatly increased soil erosion and non-point source (NPS) pollution loading in many watersheds, which can have significant impacts on lake ecosystems [1,2,3].Many lakes in China are undergoing eutrophication and approaching their ecological limits .Lake water deterioration can have serious effects on the health.
Erosion at Fish Lake in Maple Grove, Minnesota (photos right and below), was creating an undercut bank. Biologs were set into the undercut bank and native plants were planted in the soil above. The roots grew into the logs, stabilizing the shore, and halting the erosion.
A home in the Village of Somers has been demolished after Lake Michigan's rising water levels caused the ground under the home to erode. About a year ago a. Man-Induced Soil Erosion on the Southern Piedmont Bibliography Articles.
A Highlander. “On the Deterioration of Lands in the Upper Parts of the Carolinas and Georgia,” The Southern Agriculturist. erosion can lower the stability and productivity of aquatic habitats and may have serious implications for landowners. Large scale efforts to control accelerated soil erosion and sedimentation, from both inland and shoreline sources, have been ongoing by a variety of state and federal agencies since the dust bowl conditions of the ’s.The findings presented here cover two types of erosion: Water (sheet & rill) erosion - the removal of layers of soil from the land surface by the action of rainfall and runoff; it is the first stage in water erosion.
Wind erosion - the process of detachment, transport, and deposition of soil by wind.• Understand that erosion is part of living on a Great Lake. When planning your project, remember that erosion is always occurring on the Great Lakes’ shorelines. Locate your structures a safe distance from the shoreline.
• Maintain the existing vegetation along the shoreline. When you cut or trim shrubs and trees, always leave the stump.