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Report on hydrology and regulation of the Ottawa River
|Statement||Ottawa River Engineering Board.|
|Contributions||Ottawa River Engineering Board|
|LC Classifications||GB708.O85 O85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
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The Ottawa River (French: Rivière des Outaouais, Algonquin: Kitchissippi) is a river in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and is named in honour of the Algonquin word 'to trade', as it was the major trade route of Eastern Canada at the time.
For most of its length, it defines the border between these two y: Canada. Jock River Flood Risk Mapping Report, within City of Ottawa - Hydrology Report, July — Appendix E Kemptville Creek Flood Risk Mapping Report - Kemptville Creek Flood Risk Mapping - Floodplain Delineation Revision 1 (June 3, ).
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The RVCA believes that sound land use and municipal planning is a critical part of protecting our land and water. It is also essential to preventing the lo. The Ottawa River lies in the Ottawa-Bonnechere Graben, which is a Mesozoic rift valley that formed million years ago. Much of the river flows through the Canadian Shield, although lower areas flow through limestone plains and glacial deposits .
Following the retreat of the glaciers from the area at the end of the last ice age, the valley was flooded by an arm of the Atlantic Ocean.
These economic, environmental, and social criteria represent an unprecedented expansion of inquiry related to water regulation in the basin. Although not exhaustive (as discussed later in this report), the LOSLR scope extends far beyond the historical preference given to domestic water use, navigation, hydropower, and irrigation (Boundary Waters Treaty,Article VIII).
The Ottawa River drains into the Lake of Two Mountains and the St. Lawrence River at Montreal. The river is 1, kilometres ( mi) long; it drains an area ofsquare kilometres (56, sq mi), 65 percent in Quebec and the rest in Ontario, with a mean discharge of. Ottawa River at Mattawa The hydrology of the Ottawa River is largely driven by snowmelt processes.
Dam operations,particularly the large reservoirs in the upper watershed,regulate flows in the river to some r, the general monthly trends in flow remain similar to natural conditi ons. REPORT ON WATER POLLUTION IN, THE MAUMEE RIVER BASIN August U.S.
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Environmental Protection Agency GLNPO Library Collection (PLJ) 77 West Jackson Boulevard. The Ottawa River (French: Rivière des Outaouais, Algonquin: Kitchissippi) is a river in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and is named in honor of the Odawa people.
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A flow in a river is the result of the complex natural processes, which operate on a catchment scale. Conceptually, a river catchment can be perceived as a series of interlinked reservoirs, each of which has components of Cited by: River hydrology and riparian wetlands: a predictive model for ecological assembly.
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Lawrence River Basin extending downstream to the cities of Massena, New York, and Cornwall, Ontario. The manual was prepared by Ralph Tiner based on interagency committee decisions. The negotiations were facilitated by Howard Bellman and Leah Haygood.
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4; research watersheds: National Research Council of Canada. Queen's Printer, Ottawa, Canada, Catalogue number R 32–/4. × inches, pp, $ Can. FIGURE Rivers of the St. Lawrence River basin covered in this chapter. The effects of regulation of the river for power gen- The lower section of the Ottawa River is also mainly.
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Trade-Off Analysis between Flood Damage Reduction and Energy Generation in the Ottawa River System. The report describes a method allowing decision makers to balance flood damage and energy generation interests in the operation of the Ottawa River during the spring freshet.
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