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An evaluation of pre- and post-timber harvest water quality in low-order streams in the Missouri Ozarks
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
Missouri Department of Conservation's (MDC) best management practices (BMPs) for Regenerative Oak Clear Cutting (ROCC) practice was evaluated on effectiveness to preserve downstream water quality. Fifteen sites, located on MDC lands in Shannon...
Monitoring of an urban level spreader as part of the collaborative adaptive management process
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2020)
Irregular flows, such as the high flows caused by stormwater runoff after a rain event are a major cause of stream impairment in urbanized watersheds. The Hinkson Creek CAM (Collaborative Adaptive Management) approach is ...
Tensile strength, shear strength, and effective stress for unsaturated sand
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
It is generally accepted in geotechnical engineering that non-cohesive materials such as sands exhibit no or negligible tensile strength. However, there is significant evidence that interparticle forces arising from capillary ...