Big Sioux River and Skunk Creek at Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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Big Sioux River and Skunk Creek at Sioux Falls, South Dakota communication from the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) transmitting a letter from the Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army, dated June 30, 1994, submitting a report together with accompanying papers and illustrations. by United States. Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works)

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Flood damage prevention -- Big Sioux River (S.D. and Iowa),
  • Flood damage prevention -- South Dakota -- Skunk Creek,
  • Environmental protection -- Big Sioux River (S.D. and Iowa),
  • Environmental protection -- South Dakota -- Skunk Creek,
  • Big Sioux River (S.D. and Iowa),
  • Skunk Creek (S.D.)

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Edition Notes

SeriesHouse document / 103d Congress, 2d session -- 103-304., House document (United States. Congress. House) -- 103-304.
ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Works and Transportation.
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 313 p. :
Number of Pages313
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17748874M

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Get this from a library! Big Sioux River and Skunk Creek at Sioux Falls, South Dakota: communication from the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) transmitting a letter from the Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army, dated J , submitting a report together with accompanying papers and illustrations.. [United States. Big Sioux River and Skunk Creek at Sioux Falls, South Dakota [microform]: communication from the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) transmitting a letter from the Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army, dated J , submitting a report together with accompanying papers and illustrations U.S. G.P.O Washington   The orange area with diagonal lines have a reduced risk of flooding because of the levee system in Sioux Falls. Please see the key on the flood plain Author: Michael Klinski.   The South Dakota Civil Air Patrol provided these aerial photos taken March 20 during a training mission along the Big Sioux River Valley from Sioux Falls to Brookings, and the Skunk Creek .

  1. Skunk Creek – Legacy Park – Off of 12 th Street – Flows into the Big Sioux River A good paddling level is feet and up Skunk Creek Sioux Falls Flow 5 miles to point 2 2. Big Sioux River – Farm Field Park – 57 th Street and Western Avenue A good paddling level is cfs and up Big Sioux River Sioux Falls Flow miles to point 3. The Skunk Creek watershed is located in eastern South Dakota in the Big Sioux River basin. Skunk Creek is included on the (d) list of impaired waters in the South Dakota Integrated Report for Surface Water Quality Assessment for E. coli and Total Suspended Solids (TSS) impairment and is a significant source of E. coli bacteria to the Big Sioux River. Big Sioux Recreation Area lies on the banks of South Dakota's Big Sioux River. Close to the cities of Brandon and Sioux Falls, Big Sioux is popular among campers, canoers, bicyclists, hikers, disc golfers, history buffs and archers. When the snow flies, groups of snowmobilers gather at the enclosed warming house. Read More About This Park. The State of South Dakota has established Water Quality Criteria (WQC) to protect this water body for these designated uses. Skunk Creek is a major contributor to the flow and overall character to the water quality of the Big Sioux River in Sioux Falls, however.

USGS SKUNK CR AT SIOUX FALLS,SD. This station operated in cooperation with the City of Sioux Falls. Big Sioux River Basin NAVD 88 Water Elevation Graphs Page Contact Information: South Dakota Water Data Support Team Page Last Modified: EDT. Skunk Creek account for the majority of the flow in the Big Sioux River in this reach. A look at the flow duration curves from Skunk Creek (SKC) and the Big Sioux River at Sioux Falls (BSR) during the recreation season demonstrates this point (Figure 2). The Big Sioux River and Skunk Creek are the two primary flooding sources affecting the City of Sioux Falls. The Big Sioux River upstream of Sioux Falls has a drainage area of 5, square miles. Skunk Creek is a tributary to the Big Sioux River and has a drainage basin of square miles upstream of Sioux Falls.   With bad news. After modeling additional years of data and adding new data on Skunk Creek, which flows into the Big Sioux in Sioux Falls, the .