Hydrology

researcher measuring water velocity

Researcher measuring water velocity of the Cache River.

The hydrology of the Cache River has been greatly altered by human endeavors over the last two centuries. Additionally debate over the jurisdiction of various portions of the watershed by different governmental and private entities make management of the complex hydrological system a real challenge. Solid scientific data is needed to help guide management wisely.

Historic and prehistoric hydrology
of the Cache River, Illinois
, Gough, Steve, 2005

Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling and Analyses for the Cache River for the Purposes of Evaluating Current Conditions and Alternative Restoration Measures. Demissie, Misganaw, Laura Keefer, Yanqing Lian, Feng Yue, Brad Larson., 2008

Benchmark Sedimentation Survey of the Lower Cache River Wetlands. Allgire, Richard L., and Richard A. Cahill, 2001

Hydrology of the Big Creek Watershed and Its Influence on the Lower Cache River. Demissie, Misganaw, H. Vernon Knapp, Paminder Parmar, and Daniel J. Kriesant, 2001

Ground-water Investigation in the Cache River Valley, Alexander County, Illinois. Sanderson, Ellis W., and Adrian P. Visocky, 1997

Channel Stabilizing Structures for the Upper Cache River. Demissie, Misganaw, and Renjie Xia, 1991

Comparison of 1987 and 1989 Bed Profile Surveys of the Lower Cache River. Allgire, Richard L., 1991

Appendices for Volumes 1 and 2: Cache River Basin: Hydrology, Hydraulics, and Sediment Transport. Demissie, Misganaw, Ta-Wei Soong, Richard L. Allgire, Laura L. Keefer, Rodolfo Camacho, and Paul B. Makowski, 1990

Cache River Basin: Hydrology, Hydraulics, and Sediment Transport: Volume 2: Mathematical Modeling. Demissie, Misganaw, Ta-Wei Soong, and Rodolfo Camacho, 1990

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