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Sediment transport and deposition in Lakes Marion and Moultrie, South Carolina, 1942-85

Glenn G. Patterson

Sediment transport and deposition in Lakes Marion and Moultrie, South Carolina, 1942-85

by Glenn G. Patterson

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Columbia, S.C, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sediment transport -- South Carolina -- Marion, Lake,
  • Sediment transport -- South Carolina -- Moultrie, Lake,
  • Lake sediments -- South Carolina -- Marion, Lake,
  • Lake sediments -- South Carolina -- Moultrie, Lake

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGlenn G. Patterson, Ted W. Cooney, and Richard M. Harvey ; prepared in cooperation with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, and the South Carolina Public Service Authority.
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 95-4236.
    ContributionsCooney, Theodore W., Harvey, Richard M., South Carolina. Dept. of Health and Environmental Control., South Carolina Public Service Authority., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 73 p. :
    Number of Pages73
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17791887M
    OCLC/WorldCa34636432

    South Carolina, conservationists Dr. James A. Timmerman Jr. and John E. Frampton of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) had different ideas. Timmerman and Frampton worked closely with business interests and conservation groups in the Upstate to protect the largest contiguous parcel of mountain property in South Carolina.   In anticipation of a change in sediment transport and the eventual need to deliver sediment to the northern beaches, the project included a sand bypass system. Unfortunately, due to financial limitations, the system was only used between and ; during that time beaches in the north that had eroded started to reappear.

    This is a view of one of the construction areas off Eaglehead Dr. in Lake Linganore. Between this area and the homes in the background is Lake Marion that some. Buck Hall Robert E Ashley Wambaw WMA SeeWee Special Use Area Wambaw Swamp Wilderness Francis Marion National Forest.

    Lake Marion Passage skirts along the high-water mark of the lake’s north side between Santee, SC, and Mill Creek County Park. Trail users are rewarded with magnificent vistas of the upper coastal plain and opportunities to spot abundant wildlife and colorful flora, especially in the spring rainy season. Initial Bed, Discharge, and Sediment Feeding [8] In all the experiments a unimodal sediment mixture was produced by manually mixing three different river gravels to provide a deposit with the following properties: d 84 = 8 mm, d 50 = 4 mm and d 16 = 1 mm. This mixture was placed in the flume and then exposed to a steady flow rate. In five of the seven experiments sediment was fed into the Cited by:


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SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AND DEPOSITION IN LAKES MARION AND MOULTRIE, SOUTH CAROLINA, By Glenn G. Patterson1, Ted W. Cooney1, and Richard M.

Harvey2 ABSTRACT Lakes Marion and Moultrie, two large reservoirs in the South Carolina Coastal Plain, receive large inflows of sediment from the Santee River. The average rate of sediment depositionCited by: 1.

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Dams were built on both the Santee and Cooper rivers. The Wilson Dam, constructed km upstream on the Santee, created Lake Marion, South Carolina's largest lake with a km2 surface area.

Lake Moultrie ( km 2) resulted from the damming of the Cooper River at Pinopolis, northwest of Charleston (Fig. 2).Cited by: Get this from a library. Sediment inflow, outflow, and deposition for lakes Marion and Moultrie, South Carolina, October March [Theodore W Cooney; South Carolina.

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Dept. of the Interior, Thickness and volume of sediment in Pelican Lake, South Dakota, June / (Rapid City, S.D.: Sediment deposition and occurrence of selected nutrients and other chemical constituents in bottom. Title. Transport of dredged sediment placed in the nearshore zone: Currituck sand-bypass study (phase I) / Related Titles.

Series: Technical paper ; no. Schwartz, Robert K. Stormwater detention ponds are widely utilized as control structures to manage runoff during storm events.

These ponds also represent biogeochemical hotspots, where carbon (C) and nutrients can be processed and buried in sediments. This study quantified C and nutrient [nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P)] sources and burial rates in 14 stormwater detention ponds representative of Cited by: 4.

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RETENTION TIME AND FLOW PATTERNS IN LAKE MARION, SOUTH CAROLINA, By Glenn G. Patterson1 and Richard M. Harvey2 ABSTRACT Insix dye tracer tests were made on Lake Marion to determine flow patterns and retention times under conditions of high and low flow.

During the high-flow tests, with an average inflow of ab cubicCited by: 1.South Carolina Lake Marion Lake Marion and Lake Moultrie were created in the early s by the Santee Cooper Project.

Lake Marion covers aboutacres of land in five SC counties: Berkeley County, Calhoun County, Clarendon County, Orangeburg County, and Sumter is named for Revolutionary War hero General Francis Marion, also known as the Swampfox.1 Savannah River Archaeological Research Program, South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Ca rolina, P.O.

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