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Aerial Assessment of Aquatic and Riparian Habitat in the Brazos River and Blanco River, Texas

Description: This report's purpose is "to evaluate the use of unmanned aerial vehicle (UVA) to acquire high resolution multispectral aerial imagery from Texas rivers supporting natural resource management objectives" (p. 2).
Date: May 6, 2012
Creator: Hardy, Thomas B.; Kollaus, Kristy; Tolman, Kristina; Heard, Thomas & Tennant, James
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Rates of Channel Migration on the Brazos River: Final Report

Description: "For this project four (4) tasks were developed and agreed to by the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) contract person and the investigators. The four tasks are: (1) Calculate rates of channel migration along selected reaches (2) Categorize channel banks for erosion occurrence/potential (3) Develop estimated sediment budget for selected reaches (4) Determine and classify behavior of channel movement"
Date: October 2011
Creator: Giardino, John R. & Lee, Adam A.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Map of Brazos River, Texas from Richmond to Velasco, November 1894. Sheet no. 2..

Description: Map shows course of Brazos River in five sections, tributaries, adjacent land use, landings, and ferries. Includes cross sections nos. 20-46, with statements of elevation in feet. Relief shown by cross section and spot heights. Scale 1:150 (Vertical).
Date: 1894
Creator: United States Army Corps of Topographical Engineers
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Map of Brazos River, Texas from Richmond to Velasco, November 1894. Sheet no. 3..

Description: Map shows course of Brazos River in four sections, roads, tributaries, adjacent land use, some landowners, landings, ferries, and towns. Includes cross sections nos. 52-80, with statements of elevation in feet. Relief shown by spot heights and cross sections. Scale [1:15,000] (Horizontal). Scale [1:150] (Vertical).
Date: 1894
Creator: United States Army Corps of Topographical Engineers
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Map of Brazos River, Texas from Richmond to Velasco, November 1894. Sheet no. 4..

Description: Map shows land usage along river bank, "old river or lake" location, tributaries, and structures. Insets: Cross section No. 81 through Cross section No. 90. Depths shown by cross section. Scale [1:15,000], [1:1,500] (Horizontal), and [ 1:150 ] (Vertical).
Date: 1894
Creator: United States Army Corps of Topographical Engineers
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library