HOW EXTENDING RIVER NAVIGATION INTO KANSAS AND CENTRAL OKLAHOMA WOULD AFFECT TRANSPORTATION COSTS OF FERTILIZER. AN ANALYSIS OF FINDINGS
This study projects for 50 years, beginning with 1990, the volume of fertilizers handled for Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and portions of Colorado and Texas by a proposed extension of the present Arkansas River canal system to Wichita and/or Oklahoma City. Maximum volume over the period is forecast as 55.9 million tons with maximum transportation "savings" seen as $158.2 million discounted at an annual compound rate of 5.625%. Origin and destination volumes are forecast.
- Prepared for the Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District, and in cooperation with the Kansas Corporation Commission, Tennessee Valley Authority, USDA Economic Research Service and others.
Kansas State University, ManhattanDepartment of Agricultural Economics
Manhattan, KS United States 66506
- Phillips, R
- Sorenson, L O
- Schruben, L W
- Publication Date: 1974-9
- Features: Appendices; Figures; Tables;
- Pagination: 61 p.
- TRT Terms: Agricultural products; Competition; Fertilizers; Forecasting; Freight traffic; Inland waterways; Traffic forecasting; Transportation modes
- Geographic Terms: Kansas; Oklahoma
- Old TRIS Terms: Agricultural traffic
- Subject Areas: Freight Transportation; Planning and Forecasting; Railroads;
- Accession Number: 00149447
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Army Corps of Engineers
- Report/Paper Numbers: No. 561 Res. Rpt.
- Contract Numbers: DACW-73-C-0046, DACW-74-C-0004
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Apr 27 1977 12:00AM