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A successional change from open water to submerged macrophyte beds, to emergent macrophyte beds, and finally to terrestrial area, or island, is taking place. As much as 50 percent of the l-km-wide river surface will probably be changed to terrestrial habitat with willows and other moist-soil plants and trees, obscuring the river channel from the present shore. It is projected that the pool will attain a dynamic equilibrium in terms of a constant volume by the year 2050. Peoria Lake on the Illinois River has been affected by the diversion of water from Lake Michigan at Chicago (limited to 91 m 3 /s - I since 1938) and by the construction of a navigation lock and dam in 1939.
Proc. ASCE, Journal of the Eng. Mech. Division. 93: 73-97. Hydrobiologia 176/177: 51-60, 1989. P. G. Sly and B. T. Hart (eds) Sediment/Water Interaction. © 1989 Kluwer Academic Publishers. 51 Hydro-sedimentology of the Johnstone River estuary A. V. ArakeP, C. M. HilP, J. Piorewicz 2 & T. B. O. Box 2434, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 4000; 2Department of Engineering, Capricornia Institute, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia, 4702; 3Cameron McNamara Pty. O. Box 1197, Milton Central, Queensland, Australia, 4064 Key words: estuaries, mathematical modelling, sedimentation, soil erosion, sugarcane Abstract This paper examines the physical consequences of increased catchment sediment yields on the sediment budget and the hydrodynamic setting of the South Johnstone River estuary in North Queensland.
After calibration the signal from these gauges gave the three mutually perpendicular components of force acting on the sphere. The natural frequencies of vibration of the transducer were 380 hz and 140 hz for the horizontal and vertical components respectively. Analysis of the velocity spectra showed that energy containing frequencies up to approximately 30 hz could be expected to be significant. To avoid spurious external vibrations exciting the transducer near its natural frequencies, low-pass filters were installed, producing a flat frequency response to 90 hz.
Sediment/Water Interactions: Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium by Peter Cullen (auth.), Peter G. Sly, Barry T. Hart (eds.)