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Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on the Hydraulics of Ice Covered Rivers (1995)

Kamloops, British Columbia
Complete Proceedings of the 8th Workshop
553 pages (45.2 MB)
Introductory material (pp. i-xiv)

Session 1: Freeze-up Processes

An Analysis of Events Leading to the February 1992 Flooding of the Town of Peace River, Alberta (pp. 1-21)
H. Assaf, L. Parmley, A. Chan-McLeod and P. Galvagno
Hydrologic Response to Freeze-up on Large Northern Rivers (Case study) (pp. 23-42)
F. M. Conly and T. D. Prowse
The Effects of Hydropower Peaking Operations on the Thickness of Ice Accumulations (pp. 43-57)
J. Zufelt
Frazil Generation and Ice Floe Formation on a Regulated River (pp. 59-75)
D. Andres
Anchor Ice Growths in Channels (pp. 77-92)
L. Hammar and H. T. Shen

Session 2: Winter Fish Habitat

Winter Habitat Use and Related Constraints to Production of Interior B.C. Salmonids (pp. 93-119)
W. O. Rublee, H. Goldberg and D. B. Gamble
Environmental Review of Ice Management Operations on the Rideau River in Ottawa (pp. 121-142)
B. A. Reid, L. W. Torrens and D. B. Hodgins
Use of Radiotelemetry to Evaluate Overwintering of landlocked Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) in Relation to Hydroelectric Developments in Newfoundland, Canada (pp. 143-158)
D. A. Scruton, L. J. LeDrew and R. S. McKinley

Session 3: Ice Hydraulics

Under-Ice Hydraulics and Mixing in Regulated Peace River (pp. 159-185)
C. R. Neill, E. K. Yaremko, P. G. Van Der Vinne and D. D. Andres
A Method for Calculating Flow Resistance in Ice-Covered Alluvial Channels (pp. 187-206)
B. T. Smith and R. Ettema
Ice Jam Flooding near the Confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers (pp. 207-224)
J. L. Wuebben

Session 4: Effects of Regulation of Ice Regimes

An Ice Engineering Overview (pp. 225-232)
R. Raban
Marine Radar Monitoring of Niagara River Ice Conditions (pp. 233-250)
R. D. Crissman
Effect of River Regulations on Winter Environment Experience from Iceland (pp. 251-258)
S. Freysteinsson
Assessing the Effects of Alternative Project Operation on Upsteam Ice Conditions: Aroostook River at Fort Fairfield, Maine (pp. 259-274)
K. D. White and S. E. Acone
Norwegian Experiences with Environmental Problems by Ice, Specially Connected to Regulations (pp. 275-284)
R. P. Asvall

Session 5: Winter Water Quality

Snow Dumping Site Using Riverbanks and their Influence on the Environment of Rivers (pp. 285-302)
H. Tachibana, F. Hara, H. Saeki and M. Abe
Stream Water Chemistry during Winter in the Yukon Territory (pp. 303-330)
P. H. Whitfield, W. G. Whitley and N. Wade
Research on Solid Particles in River Ice (pp. 331-348)
H. Tachibana, F. Hara, H. Saeki and M. Abe

Session 6: Ice Management

Conditions of Arching at Bridge Piers due to Ice Sheets (pp. 349-364)
F. Hara, A. Hirano, M. Hanada, H. Saeki
Design Alternatives for the Lake Erie-Niagara River Ice Boom (pp. 365-396)
R. D. Crissman, R. Abdelnour and H. T. Shen
Chaudiere River – Existing Ice Jam Conditions and Possible Mitigation Measures (pp. 397-420)
S. Petryk, P. R. Trembley, and J. Lacroix
Ice Jam Simulation in Rivers with Islands (pp. 421-442)
M. Jasek

Session 7: Breakup

Results of Field Surveys on the Break-up of Ice in the Teshio River (pp. 443-462)
F. Hara, Y. Takahashi, T. Kaneto, H. Saeki and H. Yamaguchi
Breakup Forecasting (pp. 463-482)
S. Beltaos
Breakup Forecasting on the Mackenzie River at the Fort Providence Ferry Crossing, NWT (pp. 483-502)
F. E. Hicks, C. Wei, and D. D. Andres
Ice Study on the Yukon River at Whitehorse (pp. 503-522)
A. Breland

Appendix: A Special Committee Report

Research Needs on River Ice Processes Related to Hydro-electric Installations (pp. 523-543)
S. Petryk, R. Raban, N. Marcotte