Recent Submissions

  • Hydraulics, fluid mechanics, and hydrology at Colorado State University 

    Author(s):Rouse, Hunter; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering; Colorado State University. Engineering Research Center
    Date Issued:1980?
    Format:born digital; reports
  • Data evaluation for Yazoo Basin Study 

    Author(s):Simons, D. B.; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date Issued:1978-06
    Format:born digital; reports
  • User's manual for program CHANSEC 

    Author(s):Simons, D. B.; Li, R. M.; Brown, G. O.; Barkau, L. A.; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering; Colorado State University. Engineering Research Center
    Date Issued:1978-04
    Format:born digital; reports
    In computer simulation of large river systems, hand modification of cross-sectional data is so time consuming that evaluation of more than a few alternative channel designs is impractical. Because of this, an interactive ...
  • Yazoo River basin sedimentation study: cross sectional data 

    Author(s):Simons, D. B.; Li, R. M.; Brown, G. O.; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering; Colorado State University. Engineering Research Center
    Date Issued:1978-04
    Format:born digital; reports
    This manual contains the cross-sectional data used in the Yazoo River Basin Sedimentation Study. The report shows how the complex geometric system has been abstracted to allow simulations of water and sedimentation processes ...
  • Analysis of watersheds and river systems: short course 

    Author(s):Simons, Daryl B.; Li, Ruh-Ming; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering; Ward, Timothy J.; Shen, H. W.; Ponce, V. Miguel; Eggert, Kenneth G.; Chen, Yung-Hai; Simons, Robert K.; Brown, Glenn O.; Duong, Nguyen
    Date Issued:1979-05-06
    Format:born digital; instructional materials
    This short course is designed for individuals dealing with the analysis of watersheds and rivers. Practical applications concerning physical processes will be emphasized.
  • Adsorption and flow of water in nearly dry Lurgi retorted oil shale 

    Author(s):McWhorter, D. B.; Brown, G. O.; Colorado State University. Department of Agricultural and Chemical Engineering; Colorado State University. Engineering Research Center
    Date Issued:1985-02
    Format:born digital; reports
    The work presented here has determined four main properties of the Lurgi spent shale. They are: 1) the critical water content above which internal drainage will occur, 2) the volume of infiltration that can be accommadated ...
  • History of morphologic changes: Tillatoba, Abiaca, Pelucia, and Topashaw creeks, Yazoo Basin, Mississippi 

    Author(s):Watson, Chester C.; Colorado State University
    Date Issued:1982
    Format:born digital; reports
    The objective of this report is to summarize the morphologic history of four channels in the north-central Mississippi which lie within the Gulf Coastal Plain physiographic province. Each channel flows in a general ...
  • Background report of Yazoo Basin, Mississippi 

    Author(s):Walters, Wallace H.; Colorado State University
    Date Issued:1977-02
    Format:born digital; reports
  • Infrared thermometry to estimate crop water stress index and water use of irrigated maize in Northeastern Colorado 

    Author(s):Taghvaeian, Saleh; Chávez, José L.; Hansen, Neil C.
    Date Issued:2012
    Format:born digital; articles
    With an increasing demand of fresh water resources in arid/semi-arid parts of the world, researchers and practitioners are relying more than ever on remote sensing techniques for monitoring and evaluating crop water status ...
  • History of flooding at Colorado State University (1902, 1938, 1951, 1992 and 1997) 

    Author(s):Charlie, Wayne A.
    Date Issued:1998-09
    Format:born digital; reports
    Newspaper reports, photos, rainfall, and damage estimates are presented for the floods of 1902, 1938, 1951 and 1997 which impacted the campus of what is now know as Colorado State University. The September 20 and 21, 1902 ...