This report describes the results of model studies of the Interstate-29
bridge crossing of the Big Sioux River near Sioux City, Iowa. These studies
were concerned with the testing of the provisions for protection of the bridges
from seoul:' during future floods and the stabilization of the banks from further
subsidence. Interstate-29 crosses the Big Sioux River about 1..5 miles above
the confluence of the Big Sioux with the Missouri River.
South Dakota Department of Highways, Iowa State Highway Commission
Anderson, Alvin G..
STUDIES OF THE STABILIZATION OF THE BIG SIOUX RIVER AT THE INTERSTATE 29 BRIDGE CROSSING.
ST. ANTHONY FALLS HYDRAULIC LABORATORY.
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