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Roaded catchments

D. J. Carder

Roaded catchments

a method of increasing run-off into dams and reservoirs

by D. J. Carder

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Published by W.A. Dept. of Agriculture in Perth] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rain-water (Water-supply),
  • Runoff

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by D.J. Carder.
    SeriesWestern Australia. Dept. of Agriculture. Technical bulletin, no. 5, Technical bulletin (Western Australia. Dept. of Agriculture) ;, no. 5.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD418 .C37
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p.
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5326235M
    LC Control Number72179093

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These conditions increase the need for improved water harvesting into farm dams. A roaded catchment is a water-harvesting structure designed to increase the Roaded catchments book of run-off from the catchment above a dam.

The 'roads' of a roaded catchment are parallel ridges of earth with batters (or side slopes) that cause run-off to be directed into troughs or by: 5.Roaded catchments to improve reliability of farm dams / by David Stanton Dept.

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This type of catchment has a special application in districted with low intensity rainfall and for areas having naturally poor run-off : D J Carder. These catchments were called “roaded catchments” because the soil was graded into a series of parallel roadways or gently sloping ridges that drained into the ditches separating them.

These ditches carried the collected water to a storage reservoir by way of a collection ditch, which ran Roaded catchments book to the roadways [ 18 ].Cited Roaded catchments book 2. A roaded catchment (Fig.

4) is one type of artificial catchment to improve the reliability and efficiency of natural catchments by grading, compacting and sealing the surface of the catchment.

The roaded catchment design is suited to the low and moderate intensity rainfall patterns experienced in by: 6. been using roaded catchments since the s for town. water supplies and to fill farm water tanks.

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