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Page 5 - Stat. 641) authorized a general comprehensive plan for the conservation, control and use of the water resources of the Missouri River Basin...
Page 6 - ... of affected Federal agencies. These drafts were reviewed by the two States and at field level by the following agencies: Department of Agriculture: Forest Service Soil Conservation Service Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers Federal Power Commission Department of the Interior: Bureau of Mines Bureau of Land Management Fish and Wildlife Service Geological Survey National Park Service DESCRIPTION OF AREA 6. Physical features. — Two distinct areas are involved in the project. They are separated...
Page 49 - A trench cross-sectioning the feature revealed that the ditch had inward sloping walls and was originally 3 feet wide at the top and 1 foot wide at the bottom.
Page 124 - Laboratory Tests of Concrete Aggregate and Riprap, Medicine Creek Dam and Enders Dam, Frenchman-Cambridge Unit, Missouri River Basin Project,
Page 12 - Silts are chalky and brown, and contain thin sand seams. Clays are moderately plastic, brown, red or grey, sandy, Sfid slightly calcareous.