A Model For Water Circulation And Solute Transport In Pool No. 2 Of The Mississippi River

Heinz Stefan, A. Demetracopoulos

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Abstract

Pool No. 2 of the Mississippi River is the backwater created by Lock and Dam No.2. This backwater covers large areas and encompasses the Mississippi River main stem and the water bodies adjacent to it from Lock and Dam No. 2 river mile 815.4 upstream from Hastings, Minnesota, to river mile 828, St. Paul Park. using navigation charts published by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, it was determined that the approximate area of Pool No. 2 is 8 sq. miles [12]*.
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Oct 1979

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