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Channel Patrol


Channel patrol surveys are used to get a status of the probable river depths that could occur at low water over a large area. This type of survey consists of three lines of depth soundings parallel to the flow of the river. One line is down the center of the navigation channel and the other two lines are along the right and left sides of the navigation channel. If the surveys show areas that could be problematic for the navigation industry, more detailed pre-dredge surveys of the problematic areas will be completed.

- MRM 0.0-25.0 (LWRP14): December 18, 2019 NEW
- MRM 25.0-50.0 (LWRP14): December 23, 2019 NEW
- MRM 50.0-75.0 (LWRP14): December 24, 2019 NEW
- MRM 75.0-90.0 (LWRP14): December 26, 2019 NEW
- MRM 75.0-100.0 (LWRP14): August 22, 2019 NEW
- MRM 90.0-115.0 (LWRP14): December 30, 2019 NEW
- MRM 100.0-125.0 (LWRP14): August 23, 2019 NEW
- MRM 115.0-140.0 (LWRP14): December 31, 2019 NEW
- MRM 125.0-150.0 (LWRP14): August 23, 2019 NEW
- MRM 140.0-165.0 (LWRP14): January 02, 2020 NEW
- MRM 145.8-194.2 (DRP): August 08, 2014  
- MRM 145.8-194.2 (CANAL): August 06, 2014    
- MRM 150.0-175.0 (LWRP14): August 27, 2019 NEW
- MRM 150.0-184.0 (LWRP14): December 18, 2018 
- MRM 165.0-184.0 (LWRP14): January 03, 2020 NEW
- MRM 175.0-185.1 (LWRP14): August 28, 2019 NEW
- MRM 185.5-200.0 (LWRP14): July 19, 2019  NEW
- MRM 190.0-200.5 (LWRP14): May 15, 2020 NEW
- MRM 201.1-241.5 (MP): May 13, 2020  NEW
- MRM 241.5-273.5 (MP): May 12, 2020  NEW
 
- MRM 273.5-300.0 (MP): May 11, 2020  NEW
- IRM 0.0-80.0 (MP): July 18, 2019 NEW