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Air, Water, and Aquatic Environments Science Program
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 Sediment Transport in Colorado and Wyoming
   
   
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Sediment Transport In Idaho & Nevada - FAQ


Frequently Asked Questions

 

Question: Are the bedload transport rates in short/US tons or long/Imperial tons?

 

Answer: The bedload transport rates are in short tons (2000 lbs/ton).

 

 

 

Question: Is there other information and data for the Idaho & Nevada sites?


Answer: Yes, there are physical archives (photos, maps, field notes, miscellaneous data) that can be mined by visiting our offices in Boise.  Contact John Buffington

 

 

 

Contact Us

 

Have a question about sediment transport in Idaho and Nevada? Contact John Buffington - jbuffington<at>fs.fed.us

 

Contact the AWAE Webmaster, Sharon Parkes - sparkes<at>fs.fed.us

 

Rocky Mountain Research Station - Air, Water and Aquatic Environments Sciences Program
Last Modified:  Wednesday, 23 July 2014 at 12:13:14 CDT

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