3 edition of Measuring local subsidence with extensometers in the Baton Rouge area, Louisiana, 1975-1979 found in the catalog.
Measuring local subsidence with extensometers in the Baton Rouge area, Louisiana, 1975-1979
Charles D. Whiteman
by Louisiana Dept. of Transportation and Development, Office of Public Works in Baton Rouge, La
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 13.
|Statement||by C. D. Whiteman, Jr.|
|Series||Water resources technical report ;, no. 20|
|Contributions||Louisiana. Office of Public Works.|
|LC Classifications||QE600.3.U6 W48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||80621814|
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Subsidence of South Louisiana: Measurement, Causes, and Human Implications Roy K. Dokka Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Center for GeoInformatics Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA The book was.
Tides • Diurnal = Gulf of Mexico northern coast – One high/low tide cycle per day • Semidiurnal = East & West U.S. coasts – Two high/lot tide cycles per day • High tide is 11 minutes later each day • Affected by storms, geology, variation of the Earth’s density, wobble of Earth & Moon, and the planet Venus (and currents).
Understanding Subsidence. in Coastal Louisiana. Prepared by: Denise J. Reed. Brendan Yuill. Pontchartrain Institute for Environmental Sciences.
University of New Orleans. New Orleans, LA. For the Louisiana Coastal Area Science and Technology Program. Barbara Kleiss, Director. Febru Contract # WHZ iii. LONG-TERM SUBSIDENCE AND COMPACTION RATES: A NEW MODEL FOR THE MICHOUD AREA, SOUTH LOUISIANA A Thesis Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science In The Department of Geology By Clint H.
Edrington. For example, the MARY station in Michoud records mm/yr subsidence at a depth of m (Table 1 and Figure S4 in the supporting information), which would imply that in the same general area. P.O. Box ( North Third Street) Baton Rouge, Louisiana Bill Info - SB27 Login Sign-Up.
Present subsidence rates from tide gauge records exceed 40 mm/yr at the modern Mississippi River Delta and approximate I 0 mm/yr in wetlands near the gulf coast. Subsidence rates over the last I, years appear to have. Request PDF | Resolving the contributing factors to Mississippi Delta subsidence: Past and Present | To date, quantification of individual components that.
Two regional releveling profiles and six tide gauges provide a basis for evaluating recent rates of delta plain subsidence in southcentral Louisiana. Analyses of these records demonstrate close correlations among highest historical rates of subsidence, rapid wetland losses, large volume hydrocarbon production, and probable reactivation of deep subsurface faults.
• Where and at what volumes water moves underground from one part of the area to the next – information important to storm-water drainage plans. • The effects changing groundwater levels and subsidence are having on the wooden pilings supporting many of the city’s buildings and homes – an issue brought to light in other cities.
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Another area with relatively large storm magnitudes occurs over the coastal areas of southeastern Louisiana and coastal Mississippi.
Created Date: Z. Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, Louisiana ABSTRACT / Annual coastal land loss in the sedimentary deltaic plain of southern Louisiana is km 2, which is correlated with man- made canal surface area. The relationships between land loss and.The main components of sediment budget include relative sea-level rise, local subsidence, human activities, oxidation and decomposition of surface peat, tides and winds.
Recent estimates of relative sea-level rise in Louisiana are cm/year (Turner, ). The rate of subsidence, due to the compaction of coastal.Household Types by Place in the Baton Rouge Area There are 53 places that are fully or partially contained within the Baton Rouge Area (52 fully and 1 partially).
This section compares all 53 of those to each other, the Baton Rouge Area, and other entities that contain or substantially overlap with the Baton Rouge Area.