2 edition of Quantity and quality of streamflow in the White River Basin, Colorado and Utah found in the catalog.
Quantity and quality of streamflow in the White River Basin, Colorado and Utah
Jeanne M Boyle
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch, USGS [distributor] in Lakewood, Colo, Denver, Colo
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 73
|Statement||by Jeanne M. Boyle, Kenneth J. Covay, and Daniel P. Bauer|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 84-4022|
|Contributions||Covay, Kenneth J, Bauer, Daniel P., 1941-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
The area covered in this report (fig. 1) is that defined in the Colorado River Compact of , as the Upper Basin "those parts of the States of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming within and from which waters naturally drain into the Colorado River System above Lee Ferry," 1 but excluding "all parts of said States located without. The two earliest sets of streamflow records used in Colorado River Compact negotiations were from the Green River at Green River, Utah, and at Green River, Wyoming. These records began in and , respectively (Table lists select Colorado River basin gages).
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Year Published: Trends in streamflow, nutrients, and total suspended solids in the Upper White River Basin, Indiana. The U.S. Geological Survey, in partnership with The Nature Conservancy, analyzed existing water-quality and streamflow data from three locations in the Upper White River Basin, Indiana, to estimate annual mean concentrations and fluxes and to identify and quantify . Water Right Issues in the Upper Colorado River Basin of Utah. Under the "law of the river" Utah is entitled to deplete 1,, acre-feet annually from sources tributary to the Upper Colorado River. Current estimates show that we are depleting about 1,, acre-feet. This leaves just over , acre-feet not presently being used. However, there are approved water right applications.
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The water quality and flow of existing streams in the White River basin, located in northwestern Colorado and northeastern Utah, are adequate for present uses, but future development (such as energy) may affect stream quality and quantity.
Present conditions are described as a baseline to enable planners to allocate available water and to measure changes in quantity and quality of water. Get this from a library. Quantity and quality of streamflow in the White River basin, Colorado and Utah. [Jeanne M Boyle; Kenneth J Covay; Daniel P Bauer; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF STREAMFLOW IN THE WHITE RIVER BASIN, COLORADO AND UTAH By Jeanne M. Boyle, Kenneth J. Covay, and Daniel P. Bauer U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report Lakewood, Colorado Cited by: 4.
The southeastern Uinta Basin of Utah and Colorado includes an area of 3, square miles containing large oilshale deposits.
Future mining and retorting of the oil shale in northeastern Utah is expected to impact the area's water resources. In order to determine premining conditions, streamflow and water-quality data were collected during Quantity and Quality of Streamflow in the Southeastern Uinta Basin, Utah and Colorado By K.
Lindskov and Briant A. Kimball Abstract The southeastern Uinta Basin of Utah and Colorado includes an area of 3, square miles containing large oil- shale deposits. Future mining and retorting of the oil shaleAuthor: K.L. Lindskov, Briant A. Kimball. ON STREAMFLOW QUANTITY IN THE WHITE RIVER, COLORADO AND UTAH By Gerhard Kuhn and Sherman R.
Ellis ABSTRACT Numerous reservoirs have been proposed for the White River basin in Colorado and Utah, primarily to provide water for oil-shale development. The effect of streamflow depletion by four of the proposed reservoirs on a period. USGS WHITE RIVER NEAR MEEKER, CO.
Colorado Water Science Center, as part of the USGS National Streamflow Information Program Create presentation-quality / stand-alone graph. Subscribe to. WaterAlert. See this graph on the Beta Monitoring Location Pages. Current Conditions for Utah: Streamflow -- site(s) found PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION Streamflow in Utah is monitored in cooperation with.
Streamflow in Utah is monitored in cooperation with State, County, and other Federal agencies. Predefined displays Introduction Build Custom Table WaterWatch (offsite) WaterQualityWatch (offsite) GroundwaterWatch (offsite) Utah Streamflow Table Utah Lake and Reservoir Table Utah Precipitation Table Utah Groundwater Table Utah Water.
Station Number Station name Date/Time Gage height, feet Dis-charge, ft3/s Long-term mean flow 8/17 Long-term median flow 8/ Numerous reservoirs have been proposed for the White River basin in Colorado and Utah, primarily to provide water for oil-shale development. A multireservoir-flow model was used to simulate the effects of streamflow withdrawal at four of the proposed reservoirs using historical streamflow data from the water years.
The proposed reservoirs considered in the study were Avery, Powell Park. stream-flow (ft3/s) 8/15 Daily mean stream-flow (ft3/s) 8/16 Change (ft3/s) Undefined: COM F LOGAN R AB ST D AND CACHE HL CAN NR LOGAN UT: COM FLW JORDAN RIVER & SURPLUS CANAL @ SLC, UT: USGS Colorado River Basin: DOLORES RIVER NEAR CISCO, UT: COLORADO.
Quantity and quality of streamflow in the White River basin, Colorado and Utah / By Jeanne M. Boyle, Daniel P. Bauer, Kenneth J. Covay and Geological Survey (U.S.) Abstract.
Quantity of quality of streamflow in the southeastern Uinta Basin, Utah and Colorado Open-File Report By: K.L. Lindskov and B.A. Kimball. Abbrev Station Name Parameter Gage Ht Value Date/Time; ALABELCO: ALAMOSA RIVER BELOW TERRACE RESERVOIR, CO. DISCHRG: ft: cfs: 8/17/ ALACANCO. NOTICE: In JanuaryUSGS WaterWatch began operating in maintenance-only mode.
Existing tools, features, and web data services are being fully maintained as before, but new tools and enhancements will no longer be developed. Statistical models of streamflow have also been developed and are being used to improve calibration of the National Hydrologic Model.
Surface Water Trends Analysis. One of the Water Census goals as called for in the SECURE Water Act is to analyze historic trends and provide annual updates of river basin. BIG THOMPSON RIVER ABOVE LAKE ESTES NCWCD/Bureau of Reclamation (Station Cooperators) DISCHRG: ft: cfs: 8/16/ BTBLESCO: BIG THOMPSON RIVER BELOW LAKE ESTES NCWCD/Bureau of Reclamation (Station Cooperators) DISCHRG: ft: cfs: 8/16/ BTBMORCO: BIG THOMPSON BL MORAINE PARK NR ESTES PARK, CO U.S.
Geological. South Fork White River at Buford, Co. Daily Streamflow Plot; Time Series Plot; Summary Table; White River above Dry Creek, near Meeker, Co. Time Series Plot; Summary Table; White River above Coal Creek, near Meeker, Co.
Daily Streamflow Plot; Time Series Plot; Summary Table; White River below Meeker. The Colorado River Basin is ruled by a compilation of decrees, rights, court decisions, and laws that together are.
referred to as the “Law of the River.” The keystone of these “commandments” is the Colorado River Compact, an interstate agreement created by the seven basin states with. Daily mean discharge at Colorado River at Lees Ferry, Arizona, and water years.
Figure 4. Daily instantaneous water temperature at Colroado River at Lees Ferry, Arizona, Site Selection. Eight streamflow-gaging and water-quality stations in the NASQAN program provide flow and water-quality data for the Colorado River Basin.1.
Map showing the Upper Colorado River Basin regions, subregion boundaries, and locations of streamflow-gaging stations.
In pocket FIGURES Maps showing: 1. Mean annual runoff in Upper Colorado River Basin 4 2. Major physiographic provinces and other features of Upper Colorado River Basin 5 3. Major exposures of Mancos Shale and equivalent.Year Published: Regional scale estimates of baseflow and factors influencing baseflow in the Upper Colorado River Basin.
Study region The study region encompasses the Upper Colorado River Basin (UCRB), which provides water for 40 million people and is a vital part of the water supply in the western U.S. Study focus Groundwater and surface water can be considered a single water resource.