The Resource Destructive floods in the United States in 1904, by Edward Charles Murphy and others. [U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 147. Series M, General Hydrographic Investigations, 15.]., (electronic resource)

Destructive floods in the United States in 1904, by Edward Charles Murphy and others. [U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 147. Series M, General Hydrographic Investigations, 15.]., (electronic resource)

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Destructive floods in the United States in 1904, by Edward Charles Murphy and others. [U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 147. Series M, General Hydrographic Investigations, 15.].
Title
Destructive floods in the United States in 1904, by Edward Charles Murphy and others. [U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 147. Series M, General Hydrographic Investigations, 15.].
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Language
eng
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Readex
Government publication
federal national government publication
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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United States
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  • Hanna, F.W
  • Hinderlider, M.C
  • Murphy, Edward Charles
  • Reedy, O.T
  • Geological Survey (U.S.)
  • Geological Survey (U.S.)
Series statement
  • United States congressional serial set;
  • House document / 58th Congress, 3rd session. House
Series volume
  • serial set no. 4877
  • no. 464
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  • Geological Survey (U.S.)
  • Dam failures
  • Destruction of property
  • Droughts
  • Flood control
  • Floods
  • Ice on rivers, lakes, etc
  • Natural disasters
  • Precipitation (Meteorology)
  • Reservoirs
  • Rivers, creeks, streams, etc
  • Storms
  • Stream measurements
  • Streamflow
  • Watersheds
  • Arkansas River
  • Belle Fourche River (South Dakota/Wyoming)
  • Cache la Poudre River (Colorado)
  • California
  • Canadian River (New Mexico/Oklahoma/Texas)
  • Colorado
  • Globe, Arizona
  • Grand River (Michigan)
  • Indian Territory (1834-1907)
  • Indiana
  • Kansas River (Kansas)
  • Kansas
  • La Plata River (Colorado/New Mexico)
  • Lake Avalon (New Mexico)
  • Mohawk River (New York)
  • Neosho River (Kansas/Oklahoma)
  • New Mexico Territory (1850-1912)
  • Ohio River
  • Oklahoma Territory (1890-1907)
  • Pecos River (New Mexico/Texas)
  • Pennsylvania
  • Purgatoire River (Colorado)
  • Rio Grande (Mexico/United States)
  • Sacramento River (California)
  • Sequatchie River (Tennessee)
  • Susquehanna River (Maryland/New York/Pennsylvania)
  • Truxton Canyon
  • Verdigris River (Kansas/Oklahoma)
  • Wabash River (Illinois/Indiana/Ohio)
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Destructive floods in the United States in 1904, by Edward Charles Murphy and others. [U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 147. Series M, General Hydrographic Investigations, 15.]., (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. 3
  • List of illustrations, p. 7
  • Sacramento River flood, California, from report of S.G. Bennett, p. 12
  • Susquehanna River flood, Pennsylvania, by E.C. Murphy, p. 22
  • Mohawk River flood, New York, from report of R.E. Horton, p. 32
  • Grand River flood, Michigan, from report of R.E. Horton, p. 40
  • Wabash River flood, Indiana, by F.W. Hanna, p. 45
  • Belle Fouche River flood, South Dakota, from report of R.F. Walter, p. 55
  • Kansas floods, by E.C. Murphy, p. 59
  • Pennsylvania floods, by E.C. Murphy, p. 113
  • Troxton Canyon flood, Arizona, by E.C. Murphy, p. 115
  • Globe flood, Arizona, by O.T. Reedy, p. 118
  • Canadian River basin flood, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Indian Territory from report of Frank S. Dobson and George B. Monk, p. 120
  • Pecos River basin flood, New Mexico, from report of Frank S. Dobson, p. 130
  • Failures of Lake Avalon dam near Carlsbad, N. Mex., by E.C. Murphy, p. 141
  • Rio Grande floods, New Mexico, by E.C. Murphy, p. 143
  • Floods in the Denver district, by M.C. Hinderlider and assistants, p. 150
  • Floods due to failure of dams and reservoir walls, by E.C. Murphy, p. 172
  • Drought in Ohio River drainage basin, by E.C. Murphy, p. 173
  • A method of computing cross-section area of waterways, by E.C. Murphy, p. 183
  • Index, p. 195
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000140435
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
209 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
color maps, illustrations, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)1153CED0A9BBEA08
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
Destructive floods in the United States in 1904, by Edward Charles Murphy and others. [U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 147. Series M, General Hydrographic Investigations, 15.]., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. 3
  • List of illustrations, p. 7
  • Sacramento River flood, California, from report of S.G. Bennett, p. 12
  • Susquehanna River flood, Pennsylvania, by E.C. Murphy, p. 22
  • Mohawk River flood, New York, from report of R.E. Horton, p. 32
  • Grand River flood, Michigan, from report of R.E. Horton, p. 40
  • Wabash River flood, Indiana, by F.W. Hanna, p. 45
  • Belle Fouche River flood, South Dakota, from report of R.F. Walter, p. 55
  • Kansas floods, by E.C. Murphy, p. 59
  • Pennsylvania floods, by E.C. Murphy, p. 113
  • Troxton Canyon flood, Arizona, by E.C. Murphy, p. 115
  • Globe flood, Arizona, by O.T. Reedy, p. 118
  • Canadian River basin flood, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Indian Territory from report of Frank S. Dobson and George B. Monk, p. 120
  • Pecos River basin flood, New Mexico, from report of Frank S. Dobson, p. 130
  • Failures of Lake Avalon dam near Carlsbad, N. Mex., by E.C. Murphy, p. 141
  • Rio Grande floods, New Mexico, by E.C. Murphy, p. 143
  • Floods in the Denver district, by M.C. Hinderlider and assistants, p. 150
  • Floods due to failure of dams and reservoir walls, by E.C. Murphy, p. 172
  • Drought in Ohio River drainage basin, by E.C. Murphy, p. 173
  • A method of computing cross-section area of waterways, by E.C. Murphy, p. 183
  • Index, p. 195
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000140435
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
209 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
color maps, illustrations, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)1153CED0A9BBEA08
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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