|Contributions||Upper Assiniboine River Basin Study Committee., Canada. Environment Canada., Saskatchewan Water Corporation., Manitoba. Manitoba Conservation.|
|LC Classifications||TD227.S3 U664 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||2003374796|
Coordinates: Basin features; River system: Red River drainage basin: The Whitesand River is a tributary of the Assiniboine River and finds its headwaters at Stonewall lake near Invermay in east-central mouth can be found at its confluence with the Assiniboine River near Kamsack, y: Canada. The Beaver Hills are a range of hills located in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.. Yorkton is situated approximately 35 miles south-east of the hills.. The Whitesand River, a tributary of the Assiniboine River, originates in the Beaver Hills.. Large areas of native grasslands and shrubs can still be found in the Beaver Hills region, and along the Whitesand River. The flood in the Elbe river basin in summer was a natural disaster resulting in unprecedented damages in Germany. This paper gives a summarizing survey on causes and progress of this flood. Dale Robertson is a Research Hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, Wisconsin Water Science Center in Middleton, Wisconsin. He is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Michigan Technological University, and University of Toledo, and a Honorary Fellow with the Center for Limnology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
For example, Canadian Regional Climate Model (CRCM) ver. 5 was utilized to assess impacts of climate and land use change on the hydrology of the Upper Assiniboine River basin. While the study outlined that climate will play far more significant role in changing hydrologic regime of the watershed in comparison to the land use changes, the study. We evaluated the flood proofing of isolated wetlands (pothole wetlands) under various climate change scenarios in the Upper Assiniboine River Basin (UARB) at Kamsack, a headwater catchment of the Lake of the Prairies in the Canadian portion of the PPR. Referring to Fig. 1, the Assiniboine River originates in eastern Saskatchewan and flows km to its confluence with the Red River in the City of major tributaries of the Assiniboine are the Qu'Appelle and Souris Rivers. The Qu'Appelle River extends km from Lake Diefenbaker in southwestern Saskatchewan eastward to join the Assiniboine River in St. Cited by: Book Description: A classic study of the Assiniboine and western Cree Indians who inhabited southern Manitoba and Saskatchewan between and of its pre-eminent position in the early western fur trade and its virtual monopoly of the English trade of the Nelson River basin. By examining the trade data of the post in terms of the.
This study focuses on the estimation of the memory in the simulated deep soil moisture and total water storages over the , km 2 Saskatchewan River Basin (SRB) in the Canadian Prairies using a physically based land surface model. The variable infiltration capacity (VIC) hydrological model was developed and deployed in simulating the deep. Although much of the study area is often subject to mechanical freeze-up jams, thermally driven border ice growth is typically observed just upstream of the Assiniboine’s confluence with the Red River. Unlike mechanical border ice growth, thermal border ice forms slowly and is better suited for data acquisition through time-lapse photography. The National Archeological Database—a computerized communications network for the archeological and historic preservation community—was established to improve access to information on archeological activities nationwide. Site Name Keywords. CA-SBr • CA-SBR • CA-RIV • Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site • CA. Paddle-driven, stern-wheeled river steamboats evolved on the Ohio River in the s into the form they would keep for the next years, enabling them to serve everywhere in the vast Mississippi River basin and to climb the rivers of the Pacific and Arctic slopes. Steamboats worked the Red River south of Winnipeg and supplied [ ].