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Report of the engineer of the Sacramento Valley irrigation and navigation canal

William H. Bryan

Report of the engineer of the Sacramento Valley irrigation and navigation canal

by William H. Bryan

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Published by D. W. Gelwicks, state printer in Sacramento .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Irrigation canals and flumes -- California.,
  • Canals -- California.,
  • Sacramento Valley Irrigation and Navigation Canal (Calif.)

  • Edition Notes

    Microfilm. New Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, 1975. -- 1 reel ; 35 mm. -- (Western Americana : frontier history of the Trans-Mississippi West, 1550-1900 ; reel 76, no. 775)

    SeriesWestern Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 76, no. 775.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination52 p.
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15426978M

    The Ohio State Engineer Irrigation of Twelve Million Acres m the Valley ox California BY R. T. SAWYER, E. E.-'23 From notes and an interview given by Col. Robert Bradford Marshall The California State Irrigation Association is the promoter of this immense project and has an active membership to date of 4, members. Col. Marshall proposed a state-wide engineering project that would provide irrigation water to 12,, acres of land in the Sacramento, San Joaquin, Santa Clara, Livermore and Concord valleys, as well as water for Los Angeles, San Francisco and Bay cities.

    California created the State Engineer's office and its first state engineer completed a comprehensive study that recommended flood control and navigation improvements on the Sacramento, Feather, Yuba, and Bear rivers and in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Overall, the report concurred with the Alexander report that the waters of the. Correspondence, reports, documents, news clippings, and several descriptive photograph albums, pertaining to projects on dams, reservoirs, aqueducts, and other water supply works, groundwater and streamflow, in California, in particular for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, and in Arizona and other Western States.

    Toggle navigation snac snac. Reports of the Division of Engineering and Irrigation, Bulletin No. California Department of Public Works, Sacramento. Advanced Geotechnology. Investigation of Lateral Variation of Caprock Properties from Wireline Log Data, Wild Goose Field, California. December American Society of Civil Engineers, San Francisco (ASCE).


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Report of the engineer of the Sacramento Valley irrigation and navigation canal by William H. Bryan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Report of the engineer of the Sacramento Valley irrigation and navigation canal. [William H Bryan]. found: Bryan, W.H. Report of the engineer of the Sacramento Valley Irrigation and Navigation Canal, p. 3 (Governor Fred'k. Low). found: Bryan, W.H. Report of the engineer of the Sacramento Valley Irrigation and Navigation Canal, p.

3 (attorney-general J.G. McCullough). UBRARY-AGRICULTUBE DECT Irrigation of the Sacramento Valley POSSIBILITIES OF THE SACRAMENTO PROJECT.

A "Progress Report on the Hydrographic Investi- gation in the Sacramento Basin" has been completed and sent to the Chief Engineer of the U. Geological Survey, for publication as a Water Supply and Irri- gation Paper.

The Central Valley Project (CVP) is a federal power and water management project in the U.S. state of California under the supervision of the United States Bureau of Reclamation (USBR). It was devised in in order to provide irrigation and municipal water to much of California's Central Valley—by regulating and storing water in reservoirs in the northern half of the state (once Annual water yield: 7, acre feet (8, dam³).

First -Seventh Biennial Report of the Department of Engineering of the State of California: // California. Department of Engineering Preview this book DESIRABLE IRRIGATION HEADS FOR SACRAMENTO VALLEY ALFALFA.

SEASONAL DUTY OF WATER FOR ALFALFA IN SACRAMENTO VALLEY__ The Paiute natives were the original inhabitants of the valley, and used irrigation to grow crops.: 59 InJoseph Reddeford Walker led the first known expedition into the central California area that would later be called the Owens saw that the valley’s soil conditions were inferior to those on the other side of the Sierra Nevada range, and that runoff from the mountains.

supply for irrigation. The Sacramento Valley, that portion of the Central Valley which lies north of the Delta, also contains fertile lands which produce a variety of irrigated crops, including many thousands of acres of rice. Unlike the San Joaquin Valley, the Sacramento Valley enjoys an abundant water supply.

The report of Engineer Smith with accompanying maps on the Montezuma Hills canal ; the report of James B. Eads, special consulting engineer on the drainage of the Sacramento valley; the various reports of State Engineer William Ham- mond Hall and his assistant, C.

Grunsky these with the reports of the State swamp land commissions at various. The American River (Spanish: Río de los Americanos) is a ~mile-long river in California that runs from the Sierra Nevada mountain range to its confluence with the Sacramento River in the Sacramento the Sacramento River, it is part of the San Francisco Bay watershed.

This river is fed by the melting snowpack of the Sierra Nevada and its many headwaters and tributaries, including. Report of the Corps of Engineers H Doc No interest Interior irrigation issued Kennett lands legislation Legislature ment miles navigation necessary needs operation payment percent period plants portion possible present problems proposed pumping reason received Reclamation recommended reservoir result Sacramento River Sacramento Valley.

Engineers and irrigation: report of the Board of Commissioners on the Irrigation of the San Joaquin, Tulare, and Sacramento Valleys of the State of California, I annotated and with an. This page was last updated: Jul Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date.

See each listing for international shipping options and costs. A multiple-purpose plan for navigation, irrigation, and incidental water power was suggested in by William H. Bryan, Engineer of the Sacramento Valley, appointed in.

The Sacramento River (Spanish: Río Sacramento) is the principal river of Northern California in the United States, and is the largest river in California. Rising in the Klamath Mountains, the river flows south for miles ( km) before reaching the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta and San Francisco river drains ab square miles (69, km 2) in 19 California counties.

Sacramento Valley irrigation beginning around According to state engineer reports, approximat acres were irrigated in the Sacramento Valley in Bythis had nearly tripled toacres.

During the following 10 years, acreage more than doubled again, rising to just overacres in Although irrigation. Investigations of the economical duty of water for alfalfa in Sacramento Valley, California,With: Progress report of co-operative irrigation investigations in California / Frank Adams.

Sacramento: California State Printing Office, Bound together subsequent to publication. IRRIGATION: Will S. Green’s advocacy of irrigation • His connection with the Central Irrigation District • Lines run and route established for a canal through Colusa and Yolo Counties, to utilize the waters of the Sacramento River • Failure of the plan • Corporation formed and money raised to utilize the waters of Stony Creak • The.

Pleasant Valley County Water District Pomona-Walnut-Rowland Joint Water Line Commission Porterville Irrigation District Princeton-Codora-Glenn Irrigation District Provident Irrigation District Puente Basin Water Agency Purissima Hills Water District.

Between andapproximately fourteen reports detailed water flow, drought conditions, flood control, and irrigation issues in California. State Engineer Edward Hyatt used the reports to create the California State Water Plan. Salinity control, especially in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, became a major concern.

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Spring and Summer (NRCS) Mountain Snowpack Maps for Great Basin and California Sacramento River above Bend Bridge near Red Bluff (USGS) Commissioner`s Office.Central Valley Project, California: Report on technical studies relating to the transfer of water from the Sacramento River to the San Joaquin River for export to the Delta-Mendota Canal and for salinity repulsion in the lower Delta--Central Valley Project, California, Ma ," Project Reports, Record GroupSeptemberbox covering the west side of the Sacramento Valley which was contem-plated to be used for irrigation, navigation, and incidental flood control.

Ina Commission appointed by the Secretary of War under Congressional authorization made an investigation and report on the irrigation of the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys, and.