Date of Award
Open Access Master's Report
Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MS)
Administrative Home Department
Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering
Veronica L. Webster
Committee Member 1
Brian D. Barkdoll
Committee Member 2
Mike D. Hyslop
This report analyzes flood frequency risk, examines drainage, and delineates local level watershed characteristics for the Site located in western HUC 12-040201 030304 Torch Lake Subwatershed. Specifically, unnamed catchments in need of HUC-14 or HUC-16 local level delineation are evaluated to determine the effects of excess runoff on the cities of Hubbell and Lake Linden, Michigan. Further, this report aims to identify the location of known or suspected historical and current drainage infrastructure, and to prioritize locations for low-impact sustainable designs that reduce excess runoff and provide flood protection for these lakeshore communities.
Hubbard, Brittany, "Local Watershed Analysis for Hubbell and Lake Linden, Michigan", Open Access Master's Report, Michigan Technological University, 2021.
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