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Bluff recession rates along the Lake Michigan shoreline in Illinois
|Statement||by Randall W. Jibson, John-Mark Staude|
|Series||Open-file report -- 91-583, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 91-583|
|Contributions||Staude, John-Mark, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Lake Sharpe is the center of three reservoirs formed by dams built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on the Missouri River in South Dakota in the early 's. The design service life of the reservoir is to years based on the expected rate of erosion of the shoreline to Cited by: 1. Lake Michigan is one of the five Great Lakes of North America. It is the second-largest of the Great Lakes by volume (1, cu mi (4, km 3)) and the third-largest by surface area (22, sq mi (58, km 2)), after Lake Superior and Lake Huron (and is slightly smaller than the U.S. state of West Virginia).To the east, its basin is conjoined with that of Lake Huron through the narrow Straits Average depth: ft (85 m).
Bluff recession rates along the Lake Michigan shoreline in Illinois [microform] / by Randall W. Jibson, A study of the glacial kame culture in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana; with an appendix by James B. Griffin. Observations and written opinions regarding coastal erosion activity in the Great Lakes region date back into the nineteenth century. In Allegan County, Michigan (the site of this study), bluff recession rates ranged from 1 to 2 ft (– m) per year between and , with bluff-loss events being erratic in size and timing (Chamberlin, ; Powers, ; Seibel, ).
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Bluff recession rates along the Lake Michigan shoreline in Illinois by Randall W. Jibson1 John-Mark Staude2 Open-File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S.
Geological Survey editorial standards (or with the North American Stratigraphic Code). Denver, Colorado ^ucson, ArizonaCited by: 7. For two time periods, andrates of retreat vary from 10 to 75 cm/yr between discrete segments of bluffs (defined by lithology) and between time periods for a given bluff segment.
The average retreat rates for the entire area, however, do not vary significantly between the two time periods and are approximately cm/yr. AMOUNTS AND RATES OF BLUFF-TOP RECESSION ALONG THE LAKE MICHIGAN SHORELINE AT FORT SHERIDAN, ILLINOIS, FROM By Randall W.
Jibson. Open-File Report U.S. Geological Survey Golden, Colorado. Examined bluffs along 30 km of the Lake Michigan shoreline from Wilmette to Waukegan, Illinois, to measure amounts and variation in retreat rates and to determine what factors control rates and processes of retreat.
The predominant bluff-retreat process is shallow- to intermediate-depth translational landsliding triggered by heavy rainfall and wave erosion at the base of the bluff; rotational. Assoc. Great Lakes Res., Rates and Processes of Bluff Recession Along the Lake Michigan Shoreline in Illinois Randall W.
Jibson and Jackson K. Odum U.S. Geological Survey BoxMSDenver Federal Center Denver, Colorado John-Mark Staude U.S. Geological Survey East Seventh Street Tucson, Arizona by: Get this from a library.
Bluff recession rates along the Lake Michigan shoreline in Illinois. [Randall W Jibson; John-Mark Staude; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. UNITED STATES GREAT LAKES SHORELINE RECESSION RATE DATA FINAL REPORT Prepared For: U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Section, Coastal Engineering Research Center Halls Ferry Road, Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA, and Michigan Avenue, 6th Floor, Detroit, Michigan, USA, Introduction.
High lake levels in the Lake Michigan-Huron basin (Smith et al., ) are reducing beach width along the Lake Michigan coastline allowing wave action to erode the bases of coastal bluffs at the highest rate of the past 30 much as 70% of the Lake Michigan shoreline in Wisconsin consists of bluffs that are composed of unconsolidated glacial deposits (Mickelson et al Author: Lucas K.
Zoet, J. Elmo Rawling. Get this from a library. Amounts and rates of bluff-top recession along the Lake Michigan shoreline at Fort Sheridan, Illinois, from [Randall W Jibson; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Lake Michigan Bluff Recession.
Reports show that recession rates are not uniform along the shoreline, nor are they similar during two different time periods at a given site (Chamberlin Factors Controlling Rates of Bluff Recession at Two Sites on Lake Michigan Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Great Lakes Research 31(3) December with Reads.
Bluff Recession: A Lake Erie Coastal Hazard Introduction sheet looks at the causes and cures of bluff recession. The Lake Erie Shoreline Pennsylvania’s Lake Erie shoreline extends The average rate of bluff recession along Lake Erie is approximately one foot per Size: KB.
Amounts and rates of bluff-top recession along the Lake Michigan shoreline at Fort Sheridan, Illinois, from Open-File Report1 fig.; 1 table [Link] Jibson, Randall W. The results indicate that wave erosion is a significant cause of coastal bluff instability and bluff top recession.
Bluff height, offshore bathymetry, groundwater seeps, and shoreline orientation also can play a role, and shore protection proved to be an important variable in determining slope stability. However, recent research along the shores of Lake Michigan has demonstrated that this is not the case.
Hard shoreline protection structures have been shown to more than double recession rates of bluff top and toe erosion in certain areas. Read more. Illinois, private property and riparian rights along the Illinois coast extend to the calm water shoreline and migrate landward or lakeward with changing lake level (Illinois case law: Brundage v.
Knox, ). As defined by the USACE, the OHWM along the Illinois coast is feet ( m) relative to the International Great Lakes Datum (IGLD. Factors Controlling Rates of Bluff Recession at Two Sites on Lake Michigan over the time scales considered at the two study sites.
Storm frequency alone has little impact on re-cession rates over the time intervals studied. Because the epoch-averaged precipitation trend is. The study of erosion along the Lake Superior shoreline began in the s with an analysis of bluff materials, shoreline recession rates, and additional information collected in a survey published by the Wisconsin Coastal Management Program (Need, et al., ).
The study covered the shoreline. Lake Michigan: Various Beaches along Lake Michigan - See 1, traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Illinois, at Tripadvisor.5/5(K). Much of the Lake Michigan shoreline in Wisconsin has a coastal bluff varying in height from less than 20 feet to over feet.
These bluffs erode in a number of ways and at varying rates (Figure 1). Over profiles of these bluffs were measured and analyzed for slope stability in the mids and again in the mids. TheseFile Size: KB. Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Office of Water Resources Lake Michigan Water Rate Survey e y y y l l e on eng ng n s No Billing Frequency Rate Structure True Cost Rates in $/1, Gal.
Name Burr Ridge X $ $ $ Min rate fixed fee at $ to cover overhead costs bi-monthly billing X Increased rate residential flat rate File Size: KB.Lake Michigan Bluff Area The Ozaukee County lakeshore is 25 miles long and ranges from low beaches to high, erosion-prone bluffs.
Coastal erosion is a natural, dynamic process that affects how we can utilize and possibly preserve the bluff areas along Lake Michigan.highest ranking.
These rankings follow a shoreline classification system that has been applied nationwide during the preparation of oil spill sensitivity maps.
The list below includes the shoreline habitats delineated for southern Lake Michigan, presented in order of increasing sensitivity to spilled oil. 1A.