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Sedimentation survey of Lago La Plata, Puerto Rico, October 1998

Luis R. Soler-LoМЃpez

Sedimentation survey of Lago La Plata, Puerto Rico, October 1998

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Published by U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Puerto Rico,
  • Plata Lake.
    • Subjects:
    • Reservoir sedimentation -- Puerto Rico -- Plata Lake.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Luis R. Soler-Loṕez, Richard M.T. Webb, and Ramón A. Carrasquillo-Nieves.
      SeriesWater-resources investigations report ;, 00-4045
      ContributionsWebb, Richard M. T., Carrasquillo-Nieves, Ramón A., Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority., Geological Survey (U.S.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB701 .W375 no. 00-4045, TD396 .W375 no. 00-4045
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 23 p. :
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6833384M
      LC Control Number00327771

      Cadilla, J.F., c, Informe sobre la existencia de guano animal in la parte sur de Puerto Rico: Administracion de Fomento Economica de Puerto Rico, Laboratorio Industrail Private Report on file at the Department of Natural Resources, Puerto Rico: San Juan, Fomento. Rio de la Plata is the longest river on the island of Puerto Rico flowing West and North from the Sierra de Cayey Mountains approximately 63 miles to the Atlantic Ocean near San Juan, : Resident Engineer at Project . Rio de la Plata is the longest river on the island of Puerto Rico flowing West and North from the Sierra de Cayey Mountains approximately 63 miles to the Atlantic Ocean near San Juan, PR. Water Wells on Isla de Vieques, Puerto Rico By GREGORY S. CHERRY and JUAN RAMOS U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report Prepared In cooperation with the U.S. OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET San Juan, Puerto Rico

      Marsh, Sherman P., , Analytical results for stream sediment and soil samples from the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Isla de Culebra, and Isla de Vieques: Open-File Report , U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, : Sherman P. Marsh.


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Sedimentation survey of Lago La Plata, Puerto Rico, October 1998 by Luis R. Soler-LoМЃpez Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Sedimentation survey of Lago La Plata, Puerto Rico, October [Luis R Soler-López; Richard M T Webb; Ramon A Carrasquillo; Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Sedimentation survey of Lago La Plata, Puerto Rico, October Water-Resources Investigations Report By: Luis R.

Soler-López, Richard M.T. Webb, and Ramon A. Carrasquillo-Nieves. tion with the Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority, conducted a bathymetric survey of Lago La Plata to update the reservoir storage capacity and determine the reservoir sedimentation rate by compar-ing the data with the survey data.

The Lago La Plata original storage capacity was million cubic meters inwhich. Sedimentation survey of Lago La Plata, Puerto Rico, October / by Luis R.

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Sedimentation Survey of Lago Carite, Puerto Rico, October By IMS R. Soler-Lopez and Ramon A. Carrasquillo-Nieves Abstract Lago Carite, a reservoir built in and owned by the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, has lost about 23 percent of its original storage capacity in 86 years.

IntheAuthor: Luis R. Soler-López. Sedimentation survey of Lago Dos Bocas, Puerto Rico, June [microform] / by Luis R.

Soler-López and Richard M.T. Webb ; in cooperation with the Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey: Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] San Juan, P.R. ( Federal Drive, Guaynabo, P.

Soler-López, Luis R. and Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority. and Geological Survey (U.S.). Sedimentation survey of Lago Loco, Puerto Rico, March [electronic resource] / by Luis R. Soler-López ; in cooperation with the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority U.S.

Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey San Juan, P.R   The bathymetric survey was conducted during August–October using a hand-held Hondex digital depth meter.

Reservoir depths at full supply level were found to range from to m. Published Soil Surveys for Puerto Rico. Current, official soil survey information is on the Web Soil Survey.

The Web Soil Survey allows you to create custom reports by selecting a specific area of interest. In the table below, clicking on a survey area that is listed as "current" takes you to the Web Soil Survey. Sedimentation survey of Lago Dos Bocas, Puerto Rico, August [Richard M. Webb] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) has divided the island of Puerto Rico into five main watershed regions (U.S. Geological Survey, a). Using the USGS region borders as a reference, the Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico has created their own five regions of the island.

During Octoberthe U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Caribbean Water Science Center, in cooperation with the Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority (PRASA) conducted a bathymetric survey of Lago La Plata to assess the impact of Hurricane Georges on the storage capacity of the reservoir.

During the 20th Century, Laguna Mar Chiquita showed important water-level and surface variations (Fig. 1b).The first 75 years of the 20th Century Laguna Mar Chiquita was characterized by low levels but in the decade of s a wet spell started (Piovano et al., ) and high levels were to up to nowadays Mar Chiquita has been showing Cited by: In book: The Evolution of the Chilean-Argentinean Andes, pp 54 et al.

) sections of the Lago La Plata Formation and the Coyhaique Group deformed into. Here we present a seismic source model for Puerto Rico, designed for use in probabilistic ground motion hazard analyses. The model consists of characterizations of known on- and offshore faults and their estimated geometries, the magnitudes of maximum earthquakes, one or more recurrence models for each fault, and activity rates for randomly occurring upper-crustal.

Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands are included in plans for the Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program (EMAP). Sponsored by the EPA and by the U.S.

National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), EMAP is scheduled to conduct periodic broadscale surveys of coastal and estuarine habitats.

This data release contains spatial data associated the sedimentation survey conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey cfor the Lago La Plata, Toa Alta, Puerto Rico, during March and April to provide up-to-date information about the relation of pool elevation and storage volume in the reservoir.

The survey was conducted in cooperation with the Puerto Rico Aqueduct and. Sedimentation survey of Lago La Plata, Puerto Rico, July by: Soler-López, Luis R. Published: () Storage capacity and sedimentation trends of Lago Garzas, Puerto Rico, by: Soler-López, Luis R. Published: ().

Bathymetric survey and sedimentation analysis of Lago Carite, Puerto Rico, January During January 23–30,the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, conducted a bathymetric survey of Lago Carite primarily to update estimates of the contemporary reservoir storage capacity and.

A View from the Watershed From the Mountains to the Sea • >60 watersheds in Puerto Rico • Range from > sq mi to. Year Published: Potential climate change effects on water tables and pyrite oxidation in headwater catchments in Colorado. A water, energy, and biogeochemical model (WEBMOD) was constructed to simulate hydrology and pyrite oxidation for the period October through September Two line graphs show the projected change in annual average streamflow (in cubic feet per second) leaving Lago La Plata and Lago Loíza, Puerto Rico, through the late twenty-first century under a higher (left) and a lower (right) emissions scenario.

Lago Dos Bocas reservoir was completed in to provide water for hydroelectric power generation along the northern coast of Puerto Rico. The reservoir had an original storage capacity of million cubic meters (Mm3).

The dam is located about 9 kilometers (km) northeast of the town of Utuado, immediately downstream of the original confluence of the Río.

Lago Loco, a small reservoir property of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority and part of the Southwestern Puerto Rico Project, has lost 64 percent of its original storage capacity.

Inthe original storage capacity was about million cubic meters, decreasing to million cubic meters in and to million cubic meters in. be study is the longest river (62 miles) in Puerto Rico, the Río La Plata, in which its flood plain is in the Vega Baja Town.

The headwaters of Rio La Plata are at an elevation of 2, feet. Alluvial deposits of feet thick are found along stream valley, and in the coastal plain are swamp and marsh deposits. Catalog Record: Sedimentation history of Lago Loíza, Puerto Rico, | HathiTrust Digital Library.

Sedimentation survey of Lago Dos Bocas, Puerto Rico, October Sedimentation survey of Lago La Plata, Puerto Rico, October Author Soler-López, Luis R. Lago Guayabal, Puerto Rico, Pre-impoundment Topography from Land Survey Prepared in (KB) The citation for this report, in USGS format, is as follows: Soler-López, L.R.,Sedimentation History of Lago Guayabal, Puerto Rico, U.S.

Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report28 p., 2 pls. usgs lago la plata at damsite nr toa alta, pr PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION Available data for this site SUMMARY OF ALL AVAILABLE DATA Location map Time-series: Current/Historical Observations Time-series: Daily data Water-Quality: Field/Lab samples Water-Year Summary Revisions.

Sediment production from nine abandoned road segments with varying slopes and contributing areas were measured with sediment traps in La Parguera, southwestern Puerto Rico, from Aug to Sep The observed average sediment production rate was kg m − 2 mm − 1, or Mg ha − 1 yr − by: Opportunities and Challenges for Scaling-up Geothermal Development in Latin America and the Caribbean Region Geothermal energy can play a substantial role in meeting the energy needs of many Latin America and Caribbean Region (LAC) countries given the region’s vast potential.

The southern Brazil continental shelf is a narrow and gently sloping sediment-covered submerged coastal plain, with a width of 62 n.m. Southward it increases in width to Cited by: The La Plata River (Spanish: Río de la Plata) is the longest river in the island of Puerto is located in the north coast of the island.

It flows from south to north, and drains into the Atlantic Ocean about 11 miles (18 km) west of San mouth of the river is a resort area with white sandy y: United States.

A new study from the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) reports recent sediment samples from Guánica Bay, Puerto Rico contained some of the highest concentrations of PCBs, chlordane, chromium, and nickel ever measured in the history of the NCCOS National Status & Trends Program, a nationwide contaminant monitoring program that began in Hubbard, Bela,The geology of the Lares District, Puerto Rico: New York Academy of Science, Science Survey of Porto Rico and Virgin Islands, v.

2, pt. 1, p. Figueroa-Alamo, Carlos,Sedimentation survey of Lago Toa Vaca, Puerto Rico, JulyU.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report9 p.

(Online Publication) Fischer, J.N.,Evaluation of a cavity-riddled zone of the shallow aquifer near Riviera Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources. Reconstructing relative flooding intensities responsible for hurricane-induced deposits from Laguna Playa Grande, Vieques, Puerto Rico Rio de la Plata Shelf, Puerto Rico Journal of Sedimentary Research Sedimentation on the Puerto Rico insular shelfCited by: Pedro Lari Director Interino Negociado de MministrariC>n de Rp^.

arses de Ague As unto: Plan Abarcaaor para el Mane jo de la Calidad del Agua en Puerto Rico Proyecto 3(c) PlSceme someter ante su consideraci6n el Plan Abarcador para el Manejo de la Calidad del Agua en Puerto Rico (The Comprehensive Water Quality Management.

76 M. Fossati et al.: Fine sediment dynamics in the Río de la Plata Fig. Bathymetry, location, measurements stations, and zones of the Río de la Plata. del Indio geometry across the river.

Apart from this partial observation-based conclusion, the limited amount of in situ data and limited use of sediment dynamics models at the re.

The Río Piedras Watershed and its surrounding Environment 1 Introduction Today, more people live in cities than in rural environments. In Puerto Rico, the proportion of the population that lives in cities passed the percent threshold in the late s and was 94 per-cent in (López Marrero and Villanueva Colón ).Cited by:.

Rio de La Plata Basin PR: LAGO CARITE AT SPILLWAY, PR: 05/06 AST: 1, LAGO LA PLATA AT DAMSITE NR TOA ALTA, PR: 05/05 AST: Rio de Bayamon Basin PR: LAGO DE CIDRA AT DAMSITE NR CIDRA, PR: 05/05 AST: 1, Rio Puerto Nuevo Basin PR: LAGO LAS CURIAS AT .Relief shown by contours and spot heights.

Text in English and Spanish. Text and diagrams on verso. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.Puerto Rico is composed of Jurassic to Eocene volcanic and plutonic rocks, which are overlain by younger Oligocene to recent carbonates and other sedimentary of the caverns and karst topography on the island occurs in the northern Oligocene to recent carbonates.

The oldest rocks are approximately million years old and are located at Sierra Bermeja in the .