The Platte River Program A USGS Priority Ecosystems Program

The Platte River Program—Reports & Publications

WATER-RESOURCES AND WATER-QUALITY CITATIONS

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Adams, V.W., 1975, Earth science data in urban and regional information systems-A review: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 712, 29 p.

Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry-National Governors Association, 1984, Areas closed or restricted because of toxic contamination: Washington, D.C., U.S. Public Health Service, 286 p.

Aiken, J.D., 1981a, Ground water mining, water trans- fers, and the Ogallala aquifer study: Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Department of Agricultural Economics Staff Paper 5, 11 p.

_____1981b, Surface ground water conflicts in Nebraska: Lincoln, University of Nebraska- Lincoln, Department of Agricultural Economics Staff Paper 3, 13 p.

_____1982, Analysis of legal and institutional arrange- ments affecting water allocation and use in Nebraska: Lincoln, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska, Nebraska Water Center.

_____1984, Depleting the Ogallala-High Plains ground water management policies: Lubbock, Texas Tech University, Water Resources Center, p. 451-464.

_____1985, Platte River development-New directions in Nebraska water policy: Lincoln, University of Nebraska.

_____1987, New directions in Nebraska water policy: Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Department of Agricultural Economics, Nebraska Law Review, v. 66, no. 1, p. 8-75.

Al-Janabi, K.Z., and Lewis, D.T., 1982, Salt-affected soils in the Platte River valley of central Nebraska-Properties and classification: Soil Science Society of America Journal, v. 46, no. 5, p. 1037-1042.

Alley, W.M., and Schefter, J.E., 1987, External effects of irrigators' pumping decisions, High Plains aquifer: Water Resources Research, v. 23, no. 7, p. 1123-1130.

American Society of Civil Engineers, 1975, Sedimen- tation engineering-Handbook No. 54: American Society of Civil Engineers, 761 p.

Andersen, D.R., 1974, Water quality models for urban and suburban areas: Lincoln, University of Nebraska, Nebraska Water Center.

Anderson, S.H., and Hubert, W.A., 1988, Evaluation of habitat suitability models for use on the Platte River, Nebraska-Great blue heron, least tern and sandhill crane: Laramie, Wyoming Coop Fish and Wildlife Research Unit.

Andrews, R.W., 1988, Distributional ecology of the gray catbird and brown thrasher in the Platte River Valley: Boulder, University of Colorado, master's thesis, 65 leaves.

Armentrout, G.W., and Larson, L.R., 1984, Time of travel and dispersion of solutes in a 36.4-mile reach of the North Platte River downstream from Casper, Wyoming: U.S. Geological Survey Water- Resources Investigations Report 82-4103, 17 p.

Aronson, J.G., and Ellis, S.L., Monitoring, maintenance, rehabilitation and enhancement of critical whoop- ing crane habitat, Platte River, Nebraska: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

* Ashton, G.D., 1989, Ice effects on hydraulics and fish habitat: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, 51 p.

Ashworth, J.B., 1984, Hydraulic characteristics of the High Plains aquifer as determined from core analysis, in Whetstone, G.A., ed., Proceedings of the Ogallala Aquifer Symposium II: Lubbock, Texas Tech University, June 1984, p. 278-291.

Atkins, R.J., 1979, Breeding ecology of least terns and piping plovers on the Platte River, Nebraska: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center.

Atkinson, J.C., 1974, Orthophosphate in ground water, Hall County, Nebraska: Lincoln, Nebraska State Department of Environmental Control, Ground Water, v. 12, no. 5, p. 291-295.

Avery, Charles, and Pettijohn, R.A., 1984, Generalized potentiometric-surface map of the High Plains aquifer in Wyoming, 1981: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 84-4033, 1 sheet, scale 1:250,000.

Ayers, J.F., 1989a, Conjunctive use of geophysical and geological data in the study of an alluvial aquifer: Ground Water, v. 27, p. 625-632.

_____1989b, Hydrogeology of the Lower Platte Valley alluvial aquifer, part 1-Geoelectric survey: Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Conser- vation and Survey Division Open-File Report, 118 p.

_____1990, Hydrogeology of the Lower Platte Valley alluvial aquifer, part 2-Groundwater flow model update: Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Conservation and Survey Division Open-File Report, 242 p.

Baker, M.E., 1983, Analysis of tax incentives for intensive irrigation development in the Nebraska Sandhills: Lincoln, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska, Nebraska Water Center, 12 p.

Baker, R.R., 1978, The evolutionary ecology of animal migration: New York, Homes & Meier Publ., 1012 p.

Baldwin, H.L., and McGuinnes, C.L., 1963, A primer on ground water: Reston, Va., U.S. Geological Survey, 26 p.

Banks, H.O., 1982, Six-state High Plains-Ogallala aquifer regional resources study: Proceedings of the Annual New Mexico Water Conference, v. 145, p. 8-25.

Banks, Richard, 1990, Surface modeling of geological and geophysical surfaces: Houston, Tex., 1990 National Computer Graphics Association Conference, August 1990, p. 20-23.

Banta, E.R., 1985, The Dakota aquifer near Pueblo, Colorado-Faults and flow patterns: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investi- gations Report 85-4186, 23 p.

Bard, C.S., 1982, Delineation of uranium exploration targets in western Nebraska by statistical analysis of groundwater geochemistry: Oak Ridge, Tenn., Union Carbide Corp., Oakridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant, 126 p.

Barnes, Ivan, and Bentall, Ray, 1968, Water-mineral relations of Quarternary deposits in the lower Platte River drainage area in eastern Nebraska: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1859-D, 39 p.

Barrett, M.R., and Williams, W.M., 1989, The occurrence of atrazine in groundwater as a result of agricultural use: Blacksburg, Va., National Research Conference on Pesticides in Terrestrial and Aquatic Environments, May 11-12, 1989, p. 39-61.

* Bartels, Carlton, and Bernow, Stephen, 1989, Regulating the Kingsley hydroelectric facility and dam to provide scouring flows on the Platte River: Energy Systems Research Group, Report No. 89-134, 26 p.

* Bartz, P.A., Kastner, W.M., and Ellis, M.J., 1990, Nebraska water supply and use, in National water summary 1987-Hydrologic events and water supply and use: U.S. Geological Survey Water- Supply Paper 2350, p. 345-352.

Bartz, P.A., and Peckenpaugh, J.M., 1986, Hydrologic data for the south-central area, Nebraska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 86-246, 78 p.

Becker, H.L., and Kuzelka, R.D., 1984, Conjunctive use-First by accident, now by management: Worthington, Ohio, National Water Well Asso- ciation Proceedings, NWWA Eastern Regional Conference on Ground Water Management, p. 131-139.

Beckman, E.W., 1962, Flow characteristics of Elkhorn River, near Waterloo, Nebraska: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1498-B, 34 p.

_____1976, Magnitude and frequency of floods in Nebraska: U.S. Geological Survey Water- Resources Investigations Report 76-109, 128 p.

Bender, J.F., 1981, Relationships of water quality and water quantity in selected Nebraska streams- Work element 1.7 of the instream flow policy issue analysis: Lincoln, Nebraska Department of Environmental Control.

Bentall, Ray, 1975, Hydrology, Nebraska mid-state division and associated areas: Lincoln, University of Nebraska, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, 256 p.

* _____1982, Nebraska's Platte River-A graphic analysis of flows: Lincoln, University of Nebraska- Lincoln, Conservation and Survey Division, Nebraska Water Survey Paper 53, 47 p.

* _____1991, Special supplement to the 1991 Nebraska Water Conference, "Facts and figures about Nebraska rivers": Lincoln, University of Nebraska- Lincoln, Conservation and Survey Division, 52 p.

Bentall, Ray, and others, 1971, Water supplies and the land-The Elkhorn River basin of Nebraska: Lincoln, University of Nebraska, Conservation and Survey Division, Resource Atlas 1, 51 p.

Bieganousky, W.A., and Marcuson, W.F., III, 1977, Liquefaction potential of dams and foundations- Report 2, Laboratory, Standard penetration tests on Platte River sand and standard concrete sand: Research Report S-76-2, 87 p.

Bishop, Ron, 1985, NRD regulation and management of groundwater quality: Lincoln, Nebraska Water Resources Center Proceedings of the 1985 Water Resources Seminar Series-Aspects of Groundwater Quality, p. 97-102.

Bittinger, M.W., 1980, Ground-water surface-water conflicts: Journal of the Water Resources Planning and Management Division, v. 106, p. 467-475.

Bittinger, M.W., Jones, E.B., and Fischer, W.H., 1974, Management and administration of ground water in interstate aquifers, Phase II: Fort Collins, Colo., Bittinger M.W. and Associates, Inc.

Bjorklund, L.J., and Brown, R.F., 1957, Geology and ground-water resources of the lower South Platte River valley between Hardin, Colorado, and Paxton, Nebraska: U.S. Geological Survey Water- Supply Paper 1378, 431 p.

Black, B.C., 1987, Markov chain analysis of the Ogallala Group in north-central Nebraska: Sixty- fourth annual meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science, Bulletin of the Georgia Academy of Science, v. 45, no. 2, p. 82.

Blad, B., 1980, Remotely sensed crop temperature for water resources management, CAMaC: Lincoln, University of Nebraska, Nebraska Water Center, 87 p.

Blanton, J.O., III, 1988, Silt run effectiveness in with- drawing sediment: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 1988 Conference on Hydraulic Engineering, Colorado Springs, Colo., August 1988, p. 1049-1054.

Bleed, A.S., 1987, Limitations of concepts used to determine instream flow requirements for habitat maintenance: Lincoln, University of Nebraska Water Resources Center, December 1987, 6 p.

Bleed, A.S., and Flowerday, Charles, 1990, An atlas of the Sand Hills: Lincoln, Conservation and Survey Division, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, 238 p.

Bleed, A.S., Gollehon, Noel, and Razavian, Daryoush, 1986, Economic, environmental and financing optimization analysis of Platte River development alternatives: Lincoln, University of Nebraska Water Resources Center, June 1986, 183 p.

Bliss, Q.P., and Schainost, S., 1973a, Platte River basin level B stream inventory: Lincoln, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, Bureau of Wildlife Services, Aquatic Wildlife Services.

_____1973b, Platte River basin level B stream report, Appendix A, B, and C: Lincoln, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, Bureau of Wildlife Services, Aquatic Wildlife Services.

Blodgett, R.H., and Stanley, K.O., Stratification, bedforms, and discharge relations of the Platte braided river system, Nebraska: Journal of Sediment and Petroleum, v. 50, p. 139-148.

Boberg, W.W., 1970, Transportation and precipitation of uranium in the South Platte River, Colorado: Boulder, University of Colorado, master's thesis, 93 leaves.

Bogardi, I., Bleed, A., Woldt, W., and Stansbury, J., 1989, Development of a decision support system to aid decision makers evaluating groundwater transfers: Lincoln, University of Nebraska, Nebraska Water Center, 217 p.

Boohar, J.A., Hoy, C.G., and Ellis, M.J., 1989, Water resources data, Nebraska, water year 1988: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Data Report NE-88-1, 391 p.

_____1990, Water resources data, Nebraska, water year 1989: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Data Report NE-89-1, 429 p.

Boohar, J.A., Hoy, C.G., and Steele, G.V., 1991, Water resources data, Nebraska, water year 1990: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Data Report NE-90-1, 325 p.

Boosalis, M.G., and others, 1985, Mycorrhizae as a factor in revegetation of eroded and disturbed soils in sand dune type soils: Lincoln, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Nebraska, Nebraska Water Center, 21 p.

Borman, R.G., 1979, Effects of a cattle feedlot on ground-water quality: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1150, p. 120.

_____1981, Effects of a cattle feedlot on ground-water quality in the South Platte River valley near Greeley, Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 80-83, 83 p.

_____1983, Predevelopment and 1980 water table in the northern High Plains of Colorado; and water-level changes, predevelopment to 1980, and 1975 to 1980: U.S. Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-670, 1 sheet, scale 1:500,000.

Borman, R.G., and Gaggiani, N.G., 1983, Generalized altitude and configuration of the water table in parts of Larimer, Logan, Sedgwick, and Weld Counties, Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 82-4055, 1 sheet, scale 1:250,000.

Borman, R.G., Lindner, J.B., Bryn, S.M., and Rutledge, John, 1983, The Ogallala aquifer in the northern High Plains of Colorado-Saturated thickness in 1980; saturated-thickness changes, predevelop- ment to 1980; hydraulic conductivity; specific yield; and predevelopment and 1980 probable well yields: U.S. Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-671, 1 sheet, scales 1:500,000 and 1:1,000,000.

Borman, R.G., and Meredith, T.S., 1983, Geology, altitude, and depth of the bedrock surface beneath the Ogallala Formation in the northern High Plains of Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-669, 1 sheet, scale 1:500,000.

Borman, R.G., Meredith, T.S., and Bryn, S.M., 1984, Geology, altitude, and depth of the bedrock surface; altitude of the water table in 1980; and saturated thickness of the Ogallala aquifer in 1980 in the southern High Plains of Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-673, 1 sheet, scale 1:500,000.

Borman, R.G., and Reed, R.L., 1984, Location of irrigation wells and application rates for irrigated cropland during 1980 in the northern High Plains of Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-675, 1 sheet, scale 1:500,000.

Boudreauz, John, 1982, Review and analysis of Platte River studies: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Bowden, D.G., 1977, An extended creative thesis in watercolor-The Platte, a personable river: Kearney, Nebr., Kearney State College, master's thesis, 31 slides.

Bowman, J.A., 1978, A comparison of population structures and growth histories of rainbow and brown trout populations in the North Platte River: Laramie, University of Wyoming, master's thesis, 55 leaves.

Brady, T.M., 1986, Platte River Place, the shops and transportation museum: Denver, University of Colorado at Denver, master's thesis, 156 p.

Bredehoeft, J.D., and Yound, R.A., 1983, Conjunctive use of groundwater and surface water for irrigated agriculture-Risk aversion: Water Resources Research, v. 19, no. 5, p. 1111-1121.

Bremmer, R.L., and Bretz, R.F., 1981, Cretaceous stratigraphy and sedimentation in northwest Iowa, northeast Nebraska, and southeast South Dakota- A field trip guide with research papers for the meeting of the North-Central section of the Geological Society of America: Iowa City, Iowa Geological Survey.

Breyer, J.A., 1985, Vertebrate biostratigraphy of late Miocene rocks, western Nebraska: Research Reports National Geographic Society, v. 18, p. 177-188.

Brice, J.C., 1964, Channel patterns and terraces of the Loup Rivers in Nebraska: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 422-D, 41 p.

Britton, L.J., 1983, Data compilation of benthic inverte- brates from tributary streams in Yampa and North Platte River basins, northwestern Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 83-140, 99 p.

Broadhurst, W.L., and Glover, R.E., 1972, Deep percolation in a sand hill area: Water Resources Bulletin, v. 8, no. 4, p. 834.

Brogden, R.E., Shaffer, F.B., and Engberg, R.A., 1976, Water resources of Pierce County, Nebraska: Lincoln, Nebraska University-Lincoln, Conser- vation and Survey Division, Nebraska Water Survey Paper 41, 35 p.

Brooks, Helen, 1986, Land alienation patterns in the Nebraska Sand Hills south of the Platte River-A geographic analysis of public land disposal, 1870- 1904: Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, master's thesis, 97 leaves.

Brown, D.W., 1955, Ground water resources of the Middle Loup division of lower Platte River basin, Nebraska, with a section on Chemical quality of the ground water by F.H. Rainwater: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1258, 85 p.

Buckwalter, D.W., 1983, Monitoring Nebraska's sandhills lakes: Lincoln, University of Nebraska- Lincoln, Conservation and Survey Division, 42 p.

Bue, C.D., 1967, Flood information for flood-plain planning: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 539, 10 p.

* Bueltel, Clarence, 1982, A hydrology study- Technical paper, Ground water depletion: Omaha, Nebr., Missouri River Basin States Association, 238 p.

Bunnell, Don, 1988, Habitat utilization and movement of adult channel catfish and flathead catfish in the Platte River, Lincoln, Nebraska: Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, master's thesis, 67 leaves.

Burchett, R.R., 1971, Guidebook to the geology along portions of the lower Platte River valley and Weeping Water Valley of eastern Nebraska: Lincoln, Nebraska Geological Survey, 38 p.

Burns, A.W., 1981, Simulated hydrologic effects of possible ground-water and surface-water manage- ment alternatives in and near the Platte River, south-central Nebraska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 81-1116, 46 p.

_____1983, Simulated hydrologic effects of possible ground-water and surface-water management alternatives in and near the Platte River, south- central Nebraska: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1277, p. G1-G30.

* Burt, C.M., 1990, Efficiency in irrigation: San Luis Obispo, California Polytechnic State University, 23 p.

Cady, R., and Ginsberg, M., 1979, Interpretive study and numerical model of the geohydrology of the upper Big Blue Natural Resources District, Nebraska: Lincoln, University of Nebraska- Lincoln, Conservation and Survey Division, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, 185 p.

Cady, R.C., 1939, Erosional history of the North Platte Valley in Nebraska: Washington Academy of Science Journal, v. 29, no. 8, p. 353-354.

Cady, R.E., and Peckenpaugh, J.M., 1985, Documen- tation of a regional aquifer simulation model, RAQSIM, and a description of support programs applied in the Twin Platte-Middle Republican study area, Nebraska: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 85-4168, 239 p.

Callam, M.A., 1989, Use of prepositioned electrofishing grids to assess habitat availability, utilization, preference and suitability for Notropis stramineus, N. lutrensis and N. blennius in the lower Platte River, Nebraska: Lincoln, University of Nebraska- Lincoln, master's thesis, 130 leaves.

____1990, 1990 Nebraska water quality report: Lincoln, Nebraska Department of Environmental Control, Water Quality Division, 288 p.

Callam, M.A., Lund, J., Brakhage, P., Bubb, D., and Bazata, K., 1990, Findings of the 1989 regional ambient fish tissue monitoring program (RAFTMP), followup and special survey sites in Nebraska: Lincoln, Nebraska Department of Environmental Control, Water Quality Division, 52 p.

* Carlson, D., Holz, D., and Ziewitz, J., 1990, Whooping crane roosting habitat simulation model for the Platte River in Nebraska: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 22 p.

Carlson, M.P., 1973, Land use in the Lower Platte South Natural Resources District, Nebraska, summer 1973: Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Conservation and Survey Division, 1 sheet, scale 1:125,000.

Case, H.L., III, 1984, Aquifer utilization, in Jorgensen, D.G., and Signor, D.C., eds., Geohydrology of the Dakota aquifer: National Water Well Association, Proceedings of C.V. Theis Conference on Geohy- drology, Lincoln, Nebraska, October 5-6, 1982, p. 243-245.

Casias, T.J., 1987, Results of research in sampling loessial soils for inplace unit weight determinations (North Loup Region, Nebraska): U.S. Bureau of Reclamation DR-447, REC-ERC 87-5, 37 p.

Caulfield, H.P., Jr., and others, 1987, Voluntary basinwide water management-South Platte River basin, Colorado: Ft. Collins, Colorado Water Resources Research Institute, Completion Report 133, 151 p.

* Central Nebraska Basins NAWQA Liaison Committee, 1991, Minutes of meeting in Lincoln, Nebraska, May 3, 1991: Lincoln, Nebr., U.S. Geological Survey.

* Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District, 1991, Central's Irrigation Division Water Conservation and Management Program, executive summary: Holdrege, Nebr., 8 p.

Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District and Nebraska Department of Environmental Control, 1988, Dissolved oxygen criteria proposed for Lake Ogallala: Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District, Holdrege, Nebr., Nebraska Department of Environmental Control, Lincoln, Nebr., March 1988, 30 p.

* Central Platte Natural Resources District, 1983, An evaluation of historical flow conditions in the Platte River as related to vegetation growth and habitat use by the endangered whooping crane and bald eagle and the threatened interior least tern: Lincoln, Nebr., Ecological Analysts, Inc., 110 p.

Chapman, Joe, 1972, Effects of a diversion dam on the benthos and macroinvertebrate drift of the Platte River: Kearney, Nebr., Kearney State College, master's thesis, 168 leaves.

Chen, H.H., and Druliner, A.D., 1987, Nonpoint-source agricultural chemicals in ground water in Nebraska-Preliminary results for six areas of the High Plains aquifer: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 86-4338, 68 leaves.

Chow, V.T., 1959, Open-channel hydraulics: New York, McGraw-Hill, 704 p.

Christensen, M.A., 1984, Preserving Nebraska's wetlands-Now and in the future: Nebraska Law Review, v. 63, no. 3, p. 473-513.

Christiansen, C.C., 1988, Findings of the 1987 regional ambient fish tissue monitoring program (RAFTMP) in Nebraska: Lincoln, Nebraska Department of Environmental Control, Water Quality Division, 31 p.

Christiansen, C.C., Lund, J., Bazata, K., Brakhage, P., and Bubb, D., 1989, Findings of the 1988 regional ambient fish tissue monitoring program (RAFTMP) and followup survey in Nebraska: Lincoln, Nebraska Department of Environmental Control, Water Quality Division, 43 p.

Christiansen, C.C., and Seyfer, J., 1988, A report evaluating the suitability of fish for human consumption from the Salt Valley and Papillion Creek watersheds-State of Nebraska: Lincoln, Nebraska Department of Environmental Control, Water Quality Division, 56 p.

Christy, Stephen, 1973, An analysis of the woody vegetation on the South Platte River flood plain in northeastern Colorado: Boulder, University of Northern Colorado, Division of Arts and Sciences, master's thesis, 82 leaves.

* Chu, T.M., and Pederson, D.T., 1988, Investigation of the thermal regime in a river-aquifer system near Ashland, Nebraska: Lincoln, University of Neberaska-Lincoln, master's thesis, 113 p.

Condra, G.E., and Scherer, O.J., 1939, Upper Carbon- iferous formations in the Lower Platte Valley, with an annotated bibliography by W.R. Johnson: Nebraska Geological Survey Paper 16, 18 p.

Connor, J.G., 1951, Progress report-Chemical quality of the surface waters in the Loup River basin, Nebraska: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 107, 15 p.

Cooley, M.E., 1986, Divisions of potential fracture permeability, based on distribution of structures and lineaments, in sedimentary rocks of the Rocky Mountains-High Plains region, western United States: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 85-4091, 1 sheet, scale 1:2,500,000.

Cope, O.B., ed., 1979, Proceedings-Grazing and riparian/stream ecosystems: Denver, Colo., Trout Unlimited, Inc., 94 p.

Cowan, C.M., 1972, Ecological impact of surface water impoundments in the Great Plains area: Lincoln, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Nebraska Water Center.

Crist, M.A., 1975, Hydrologic analysis of the valley-fill aquifer, North Platte River valley, Goshen County, Wyoming: U.S. Geological Survey Water- Resources Investigations Report 3-76, 60 p.

_____1990, A concept of the shallow ground-water system along the North Platte River, south-central Wyoming: U.S. Geological Survey Water- Resources Investigations Report 89-4078, 23 p.

Cross, O.E., 1971, Animal waste utilization for pollu- tion abatement-Technology and economics, Phase I: Lincoln, University of Nebraska, Nebraska Water Center, 37 p.

_____1974, Animal waste utilization for pollution abatement technology and economics, Phase II: Lincoln, University of Nebraska, Nebraska Water Center, 26 p.

Crowley, K.D, 1981, Large-scale bedforms in the Platte River downstream from Grand Island, Nebraska- Structure, process, and relationship to channel narrowing: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 81-1059, 33 p.

_____1982, Origin, structure, and internal stratifications of three hierarchial classes of bedforms in unidirec- tional flows-Examples from laboratory rivers and the channels of the Platte River basin in Colorado and Nebraska: Princeton, N.J., Princeton University, doctoral dissertation, 227 leaves.

_____1983, Large-scale bed configurations (macroforms), Platte River Basin, Colorado and Nebraska-Primary structures and formative processes: Geological Society of America Bulletin v. 94, no. 1, p. 117-133.

Currier, P.J., 1982, The floodplain vegetation of the Platte River-Photosociology, forest development, and seedling establishment: Ames, Iowa State University, doctoral dissertation, 332 leaves.

_____1988, Reclamation of crane roosting habitat on the Platte River and restoration of riverine wetlands: Proceedings of the International Crane Workshop, May 1-10, 1987, Quiqihar, Peoples Republic of China.

_____1989, Plant species composition and groundwater levels in a Platte River wet meadow: Proceedings of the 11th North American Prairie Conference, Aug. 7-11, 1988, Lincoln, Nebr., p. 19-24.

* Currier, P.J., Lingle, G.R., and VanDerwalker, J.G., 1985, Migratory bird habitat on the Platte and North Platte Rivers in Nebraska: Grand Island, Nebr., Platte River Whooping Crane Critical Habitat Maintenance Trust, Inc., 177 p.

Currier, P.J., and Ziewitz, J.W., 1987, The application of a sandhill crane model to the management of habitat along the Platte River: Proceedings 1985 Crane Workshop, Grand Island, Nebr., p. 315-325.

Dahab, M.F., 1987, Nitrate removal from groundwater supplies using biological denitrification: Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Water Center, April 1987, 32 p.

Damm, M.A., 1980, Evaluation of the effects of controls on pumpage of groundwater for irrigation: Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska Water Center, 55 p.

Dauer, J., 1984, Mathematical modeling of ground water systems: Lincoln, Department of Mathe- matics and Statistics, University of Nebraska, Nebraska Water Center, 35 p.

* David & Associates, 1991, Platte River field notes- Conservation of biodiversity: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 16 p.

David, G.H., and Wood, L.A., 1974, Water demands for expanding energy development: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 703, 14 p.

Davis, R.K., 1986, Hydrogeologic interrelations of the Platte River basin and the upper Big Blue River basin, in the Polk County area of Nebraska: Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, master's thesis, 120 leaves.

Davis, R.K., and Pederson, D.T., 1987, Pattern of groundwater level declines in the Big Blue River basin, Nebraska: Geological Society of America, 1987 annual meeting and exposition, Phoenix, Ariz., Oct. 26-29, 1987, p. 637.

Dayhoff, V.D., 1971, Effects of commercial super- phosphate on population densities of Atherix Variegata Walker (Diptera: Rhagionidae) in the South Platte River of Colorado: Gunnison, Colo., Western State College of Colorado, master's thesis, 44 leaves.

Deines, F., and Wilson, M., 1981, Planning aid report on the High Plains-Ogallala aquifer regional study for Nebraska, South Dakota, and Colorado: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 23 p.

Dickey, E.C., 1983, Conservation of soils, water, and energy through reduced tillage systems-Phase I: Nebraska Water Resources Center, Project Completion Report B-052-NEB, Agreement no. 14-34-0001-9129, 75 p.

Dickey, Elbert, 1989, Agricultural energy conservation project to conserve energy, soil and water by expanding conservation tillage, ecofallow and irrigation management technology: Lincoln, University of Nebraska Water Center, June 1989, 150 p.

Diffendal, R.F., Jr., 1982, Regional implications of the geology of the Ogallala Group (Upper Tertiary) of southwestern Morrill County, Nebraska and adjacent areas: Geological Society of America Bulletin, October 1982, v. 93, p. 964-976.

_____1983, Megaclasts in alluvial fills from the Ogallala Group (Miocene), Banner, Kimball, and Morrill Counties, Nebraska: Contributions to Geology, University of Wyoming, Laramie, December 1983, v. 22, no. 2, p. 109-115.

_____1984, Comments on the geological history of the Ogallala Formation in the southern panhandle of Nebraska: Lubbock, Texas Tech University, Water Resources Center, p. 194-216.

_____1985, The inapplicability of the concept of the "Sidney Gravel" to the Ogallala Group (Late Tertiary) in part of southern Banner County, Nebraska: Ter-Qua Symposium Series, v. 1.

_____1990, The Sidney Gravel and Kimball Formation, supposed parts of the Ogallala Group (Neogene), are not objectively mappable units, in Geologic framework and regional hydrology-Upper Cenozoic Blackwater Draw and Ogallala Formations, Great Plains: Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin, p. 23-38.

Diffendal, R.F., Jr., Goeke, J., and Voorhies, M.R., 1985, New evidence supporting the Blancan age of the sand and gravel sequence capping the Ash Hollow Formation, Garden, Keith and Lincoln counties, Nebraska: Proceedings of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences and Affiliated Societies, v. 95, p. 47-48.

Diffendal, R.F., Jr., Pabian, R.K., and Thomasson, J.R., 1982, Geologic history of Ash Hollow Park, Nebraska: Lincoln, Educational Circular Nebraska, University, Conservation and Survey Division, v. 5, 33 p.

* Dolan, L.S., Wesche, T.A., and Skinner, Q.D., 1988, Platte River wetlands hydrology study-Progress report: Laramie, Wyoming Water Research Center, 12 p.

Donofrio, C.J., 1982, An examination of the bedforms and flow phenomena of the North Loup River, Nebraska, a braided stream: Lincoln, University of Nebraska, 16th annual meeting, North-Central Section, Geological Society of America, v. 14, no. 5, p. 259.

Dort, W.E., and Martin, L.D., 1988, The consequences of a young age for the Nebraska Sandhills: Lincoln, Nebr., Nebraska Academy of Sciences, 98th annual meeting.

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