A potential source of fine grained suspended sediments in a stream system is the
upper hillslopes of the drainage. Quantifying the sediment produced and transported to a
stream from these hillslopes is challenging because of the complex nature of...
Streams; Rivers; Pumping stations; Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Men; Construction workers; Construction equipment; Pipes (Conduits)
A stream or creek flows between two large mounds of dirt with men working on the site laying pipes and constructing wood supports. The creek is separated from the Ohio River by a dirt wall with a drainage system built into the dirt. Construction...
Berry Boulevard at Lentz Avenue looking south towards Conn Street. View from the street of a muddy field and a drainage ditch filled with water. Next to the ditch is J.B. Becker Groceries. Caption note: Whitney-Berry.
Streets; Street railroads; Automobiles; Buildings; Cityscapes
Canal Street in New Orleans. A view down the street that takes in some of the skyline. The streetcar line can be seen down the middle of Canal Street, with a few streetcars in service. Cars are also visible in the street and parked along the side....
Carlisle Avenue at Lentz Avenue looking north towards Conn Street. Intersection of two dirt roads. A drainage ditch runs parallel to Lentz Avenue and is filled with water. A white house stands at the rear left corner. Caption note: Whitney-Berry.
Channel modification has played a vital part in shaping the rivers and streams as
they are seen today. Channel modifications range from the construction of dams and levees
for flood control purposes to channelization of an existing meandering...
Clara Avenue. A large curved trench with a pipe system installed for sewer and water drainage. There are large hills of dirt along the side of the trench and houses in the background. Caption note: Whitney-Berry.
Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Construction equipment; Sewers; Pipes (Conduits); Men; Construction workers
Construction in the area of Peachtree Street, now Peachtree Boulevard. A large trench is being dug using construction machinery to lay a tunnel supported by wood beams for drainage pipes and sewage. Men work on the site.