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Harry Strunk Lake (Nebraska) Sedimentation Survey Data

Harry Strunk Lake Sedimentation Survey Data. The primary purpose of this type of survey is to determine the present storage-elevation relationship of the reservoir and possible change in storage due to sedimentation. Harry Strunk Lake (Asset Management ID #03-0328-00005) is associated with Medicine Creek Dam. Reservoir sedimentation surveys typically contain a survey report, area-capacity (ACAP) table, and geospatial data.
Generation Effort Reservoir Sedimentation Surveys
Themes Infrastructure and Assets
Tags Reservoir Sedimentation, Reservoir Survey, Area Capacity
Reclamation Project Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program
Reclamation Program

Location Information

Location Description Harry Strunk Lake and Medicine Creek Dam are located in the high plains area of southwestern Nebraska. It is part of the Frenchman-Cambridge Division of the Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program, which provides storage to irrigate 66,090 acres of project lands, flood control, fish and wildlife conservation, and recreation along the Republican River and its three tributaries, the Frenchman River, and Red Willow and Medicine Creeks.
Location Tags Missouri River Basin, Harry Strunk Lake, Medicine Creek Dam
Location Parent
State(s) Nebraska
Unified Region(s) Missouri Basin
Timezone CT
Elevation 2,415 ft
Vertical Datum NGVD29
Coordinates (lat, long) See Location Details
Horizontal Datum WGS84