Profile surveys along Henrys Fork, Idaho, and Logan River and Blacksmith Fork, Utah

Water Supply Paper 420



In order to determine the location of undeveloped water powers the United States Geological Survey has from time to time, alone and in cooperation with State organizations, made surveys and profiles of some of the rivers of the United States that are adapted to the development of power by low or medium heads of 20 to 100 feet.

The surveys are made by means of plane table and stadia. Elevations are based on heights derived from primary or precise levels of the United States Geological Survey. The maps/are made in the field, and show not only the outlines of the river banks, the islands, the positions of rapids/falls, shoals, and existing dams, and the crossings of all ferries and roads, but the contours of banks to an elevation high enough to indicate the possibility of using the stream. The elevations of the various bench marks left are noted on the field sheets in their proper positions. The figures given with the gaging stations shown on the maps indicate the elevation of the zero of the gage.

Publication type Report
Publication Subtype USGS Numbered Series
Title Profile surveys along Henrys Fork, Idaho, and Logan River and Blacksmith Fork, Utah
Series title Water Supply Paper
Series number 420
DOI 10.3133/wsp420
Year Published 1916
Language English
Publisher U.S. Government Printing Office
Publisher location Washington, D.C.
Contributing office(s) Utah Water Science Center
Description Report: 8 p.; Plates I-X: up to 19.00 x 17.73 inches
Country United States
State Idaho, Utah
Other Geospatial Blacksmith Fork, Henry's Fork, Logan River
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