RMRS Air, Water, & Aquatic Environments Science Program RMRS Air, Water, & Aquatic Environments Science Program

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Air, Water, and Aquatic Environments Science Program
Sediment & Erosion Subject AWAE Area
Sediment Transport

Sediment Transport in Idaho and Nevada

 Sediment Transport in Colorado and Wyoming
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Sediment Transport in Colorado and Wyoming - FAQs and Contact Us


Frequently Asked Questions

 

Question: Where are the locations that bedload data is availble?

 

Answer: Excel spreadsheets are available here. This includes Site, Forest, Channel type, Management History, Years Sediment Collected.

 

 

Please note that the data have been checked and re-checked for accuracy.  Occasionally, errors are discovered and corrections will be made to the files. We will also be adding additional photographs and other data that are in preparation (after March 2014).  Any corrections or updates will be noted in the “Status” file.  Please check this file for the latest information on the status of the Colorado and Wyoming datasets.

 

 

Question: Are there other data available?

 

Answer: The Forest Service data archive has the following data. Those data are also included on this site, using similar formats.

 

Contact Us

 

Have a question about sediment transport in Colorado and Wyoming? Contact Sandra Ryan-Burkett - sryanburkett <at> fs.fed.us

 

Have a question about the website? Contact the AWAE Webmaster, Sharon Parkes - sparkes <at> fs.fed.us

 

 

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Photograph of sieved bedload sediment (greater than 2 mm component)

Photograph of sieved bedload sediment (greater than 2 mm component).

Collecting material transported as bedload at high flow on the Middle Fork of the Piedra River, Colorado using an Elwha bedload samplers (4 x 8 inch opening).

Collecting material transported as bedload at high flow on the Middle Fork of the Piedra River, Colorado using an Elwha bedload samplers (4 x 8 inch opening). 

 

 

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