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The Vigil Network: Strayhorn and Egypt Creek

The Vigil Network: Strayhorn and Egypt Creek
Site Summary

General Information

Site Name: Strayhorn and Egypt Creek, Mississippi
Location: Tate and Panola Counties, Mississippi USA
Principal Investigator: S.C. Happ
Address: U.S.D.A. Sedimentation Lab, Oxford, Mississippi USA
Date of Site Establishment and/or Field Measurements: 1940
Original Date of Submission to the Vigil Network: 3 August 1970

Location at Lower End of Basin

Latitude: 34°36'30" N
Longitude: 90°13'00" W

Purposes

(ranked in order of importance)

  1. Sedimentation
  2. Channel Change
  3. Erosion

Site Information

Annual precipitation: 1320 mm
Elevation: 56.4 m
Relief: 60.9 m
Drainage area: 124.3 km2
Geology: Eocene coastal plain sand and clay; surficial loess.
Hydrology: +/- 500 mm runoff
Vegetation: Intermixed Farmlands and Hardwoods
Photography: High altitude aerial
U.S.G.S. 7.5 minute maps: Chrenshaw North MISS

Stream Channels

Channel cross sections: 6

Miscellaneous

Other: Valley Sections: 6

Additional Data

Additional data collected but not submitted with this file: Topo map + 3 valley cross-section sheets filed in MA-1410.

For information on how to obtain USGS topographic maps of this study site, please visit the USGS Maps, Imagery and Publicatinos page at http://www.usgs.gov/pubprod/.

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