Sediment discharge data for the lower reach of Campbell Creek, Anchorage, Alaska

May to September 1987
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Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section, [distributor] , Denver, Colo
Sedimentation and deposition -- Alaska -- Anchorage, Stream measurements -- Alaska -- Anch
Statementby Stephen W. Lipscomb ; prepared in cooperation with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities
SeriesU.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 88-81
ContributionsAlaska. Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities, Geological Survey (U.S.)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v
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Open LibraryOL13613917M

SEDIMENT-DISCHARGE DATA FOR THE LOWER REACH OF CAMPBELL CREEK, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: MAY TO OCTOBER -- - by Stephen W. Lipscomb INTRODUCTION In Maythe U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT&PF), began a study of suspended.

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Lipscomb] Author: Stephen W. Lipscomb. SEDIMENT DISCHARGE DATA FOR THE LOWER REACH OF CAMPBELL CREEK, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: MAY TO SEPTEMBER by Stephen W. Lipscomb INTRODUCTION In Maythe U.S. Geological Survey, In cooperation with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT&PF), began a study of suspended- sediment transport and streamflow characteristics in the Author: S.W.

Lipscomb. Sediment discharge data for the lower reach of Campbell Creek, Anchorage, Alaska; May to September Series title: Open-File Report: Series number: DOI: /ofr Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Publisher: U.S.

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Geological Survey Open-File Report8 p. Publication Products Report Information. SEDIMENT-DISCHARGE DATA FOR THE LOWER REACH OF CAMPBELL CREEK, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: MAY TO OCTOBER by Stephen W. Lipscomb INTRODUCTION In Maythe U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT&PF), began a study of suspended.

SEDIMENT DISCHARGE DATA FOR THE LOWER REACF. OF CAMPBELL CREEK, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: MAY TO SEPTEMBER by Stephen W, Lipscomb INTRODUCTION In Maythe U.S.

Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOTbPF), began a study of suspended. OF THE LOWER CAMPBELL CREEK BASIN, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA, by Stephen W.

Lipscomb ABSTRACT Streamflow and sediment data were collected at three sites in the lower Campbell Creek basin between and Sediment data were collected during the ice-free periods only, which in­. The Campbell Creek water quality assessment completed by the Municipality of Anchorage in June investigated several parameters of concern, including temperature, turbidity, zinc, and lead, but concluded that Campbell Creek was water quality limited for FC bacteria only.

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Geological Survey, Description: iv, 8 p.:ill., map ;28 cm. Google Analytic Metrics: Metrics page. Current Conditions for Alaska: Streamflow -- site(s) found PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION For more information, contact Jeff Conaway >, Alaska.

Campbell Creek is the perfect urban fishery, and for those living in or passing through Anchorage, it is a great opportunity for resident and anadromous species.

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For youth and adults alike, it’s a great prospect for tight lines on a tight budget. Campbell Creek originally appeared in the May issue of Fish Alaska. The Anchorage Waterways Council is a (c)3 non-profit membership organization whose mission is to protect, restore, and enhance the waterways, wetlands, and associated uplands of Anchorage.

Our members believe that environmentally healthy watersheds are a vital part of the high quality of life that we enjoy in Anchorage. Contact the BLM Campbell Creek Science Center. Phone Number: () TTY/Federal Relay System: Fax: Email: [email protected] Address: Science Center Drive Anchorage, AK Sediment-discharge data for the lower reach of Campbell Creek, Anchorage, Alaska - Streamflow and sediment transport characteristics of the lower Campbell Creek basin, Anchorage, Alaska - Characteristics of urbanization in five watersheds of Anchorage, Alaska-Geographic Information System data.

"Little Campbell Creek Drainage Study," prepared for Municipality of Anchorage Dept. of Public Works, Anchorage, Alaska.

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Tryck, Nyman, and Hayes. "Study and Report and Decisional Document, Municipality of Anchorage Stream Restoration Project, South Fork, Little Campbell Creek, Hook Drive to Hartzell Road, Anchorage, Alaska," Municipality. The overlook to Campbell Creek Gorge— where the creek cuts beneath sheer cliffs in the Chugach foothills east of town—is one of Anchorage’s best-kept secrets.

It’s just a minute walk from two trailheads in Chugach State Park and can also be easily reached from. Fish Creek (Anchorage) Fish Creek, Anchorage (Cuddy Park Ponds) Revegetation: Municipality of Anchorage –Department of Parks & Recreation: Southcentral: Fish Creek (Anchorage) Assess Existing Waterfowl BMPs on Fish Creek Project: Anchorage Waterways Council: Southcentral: Jewel Lake: Jewel Lake Fecal Coliform Assessment.

By mid-July silver salmon start to return to Anchorage’s Ship Creek and Campbell Creek, as well as Bird Creek, which is about 27 miles south of downtown Anchorage on the Seward Highway. Most silvers caught in Ship and Bird creeks are taken about two hours before high tide, or 1 hour after high tide.

Throw on a pair of hip-waders and head up the creek or angle from the shoreline trail. Directions: Park at one of the lots on Campbell Airstrip Rd.

to access the creek from Far North Bicentennial Park, or head west on 76th off of Old Seward to King St., and park at Taku-Campbell Lake. sediment discharge data for selected sites.

Four streams in the Campbell Creek Basin were sampled during different flow conditions for an month period. North Fork Campbell and South Fork Campbell Creeks drain areas virtually undisturbed by man 's activities. The other two streams, Little Campbell Creek and the main stem Campbell Creek, drain areas that have been urbanized.

The water from South Fork Campbell and North Fork Campbell. The headwaters of Campbell Creek begin in the Chugach Mountains at an elevation of roughly 5, ft.

and drain approximate 70 mi2 into Turnagain Arm—part of Cook Inlet. There are three main tributaries to Campbell Creek: the South Fork that drains mi2, the North Fork that drains mi2, and Little Campbell Creek that drains 24 mi2.

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The. Anchorage Waterways Council. P.O. Box Anchorage, AK Anchorage Waterways Council’s Creek Report Card “No creek left behind.” Dear Campbell Park, Taku/Campbell, Sand Lake and Bayshore/Klatt Community Councils: The Municipality of Anchorage is about 2, mi2 and has approximately 2, miles of.

Welcome to the Campbell Creek Trail Discover the wonders of the Campbell Creek Watershed. Learn why healthy creeks, clean water and wild salmon are important to our local economy and quality of life.

This seven-mile trail runs from Tudor Road to Dimond Boulevard following Campbell Creek much of. One of the easiest floats around the town, Campbell Creek gives boaters great views of an entirely different Anchorage.

Most boaters will float some portion of the 8-mile section between Piper St cul-de-sac and the Dimond Blvd Bridge. You don’t need a fancy packraft, canoe, or even a kayak, but they help.

And they’re probably the most reliable way to head down stream. The influence of Flaming Gorge Dam on sediment transport and the potential for future channel change were studied using comparative analysis of historical aerial photographs from to and geographical information systems, published sediment (‐86) and discharge (‐87) records, and sediment data collected during ‐8.Anchorage's newest assisted living home, Campbell Creek House (CCH), is a gem in the heart of Anchorage!

CCH’s state-of-the-art facility was designed with the safety and comfort of your loved ones as the highest priority.7-mile long trail. This near­ly acre park near Camp­bell Creek has sev­er­al soc­cer fields, pic­nic tables, a lit­tle league ball field (with­out the back­stop), a view­ing area over­look­ing Wal­dron Lake, and sev­er­al ele­vat­ed fish­ing and salmon-view­ing decks that are sus­pend­ed above Camp­bell can access the Camp­bell Creek Trail and all of these.