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Effects of hydraulic and geologic factors on streamflow of the Yakima River Basin, Washington
Hallard B. Kinnison
|Statement||by Hallard B. Kinnison and Jack E. Sceva.|
|Series||Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1595|
|Contributions||Sceva, Jack E. 1925-|
|LC Classifications||TC801 .U2 no.1595|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||64000189|
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EFFECTS OF HYDRAULIC AND GEOLOGIC FACTORS ON STREAMFLOW, YAKIMA RIVER BASIN, WASHINGTON By HALLARD B. KINNISON and JACK E. SCEVA ABSTRACT The Yakima River basin, in south-central Washington, is the largest single river system entirely within the confines of the State.
Its waters are the mostCited by: 5. Surface and subsurface factors that may affect the discharge records at each gaging station in the Yakima River basin include a description of upstream diversions, surface return flows, bypass canals, storage reservoirs, subsurface bypass flows, ground-water withdrawals, and other items.
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[Hallard B Kinnison; Jack E Sceva; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. TECHNICAL NOTE A study on the hydro-geologic factors that affect streamflow depletion Bing-Dong Lia, Prasanna V Sampathb and Huasheng Liaoa,c aState Key Laboratory of Hydraulics and Mountain River Engineering, Sichuan University, Chengdu, SichuanChina; bResearch Associate, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
Author(s) Water Resources Program: Description: Hydrology of the Upper Yakima River Basin, Washington. Water Supply Bulletin 52 () summarizes available surface and ground water data to describe the hydrologic setting of the lower Yakima River basin.
Concentrations and Loads of Suspended Sediment and Nutrients in Surface Water of the Yakima River Basin, Washington, With an Analysis of Trends in Concentrations.
By James C. Ebbert, Sandra S. Embrey, and Janet A. Kelley. Water-Resources Investigations Report USGS National Water-Quality Assessment Program. Daily discharge, cubic feet per second -- statistics for May 27 based on 86 water years of record more; Min () Most Recent Instantaneous Value May Natural Streamflow Estimates for Watersheds in the Lower Yakima River 28 rS.P.
Cramer and Associates Snyder, E.C. and J.A. Stanford. Effects of Hydraulic and Geologic Factors on. Major Storage Reservoirs in the Yakima River Basin PROVISIONAL DATA - SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
Average daily streamflows indicated in cubic feet per second. Reservoir levels current as of midnight on date indicated. Click on gaging stations (red dots) for streamflow hydrographs.
USGS YAKIMA RIVER AT UMTANUM, WA. U.S. Geological Survey Title: USGS Current Conditions for the Nation URL:. Page Contact Information: Washington Water Data Support Team Page Last Modified:.
Effect of agricultural practices on hydrology and water chemistry in a small irrigated catchment, Yakima River Basin, Washington Book January with 38 Reads How we measure 'reads'. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The Yakima River drains the eastern slope of the Cascade Range in central Washington and flows through miles of semi-arid lowland valleys and canyons before joining the Columbia River.
This paper discusses the geology, hydrology, and fluvial geomorphology that formed the physical template for an abundant cold. Browse the USGS Publication Warehouse Effects of hydraulic and geologic factors on streamflow of the Yakima River Basin, Washington,Water Supply Paper Geology and ground-water conditions in the southern part of the Camp Ripley Military Reservation, Morrison County, Minnesota,Water Supply Paper A.
Effect of agricultural practices on hydrology and water chemistry in a small irrigated catchment, Yakima River Basin, Washington by: McCarthy, Kathleen A. Published: () Hydrogeologic framework of the Yakima River Basin aquifer system, Washington by: Vaccaro, J. Published: (). WSP / Kinnison, H.
and Sceva, J. / EFFECTS OF HYDRAULIC AND GEOLOGIC FACTORS ON STREAMFLOW OF THE YAKIMA RIVER BASIN, WASHINGTON,cl, pages, 3 plates (in pocket), 21 figs., 19 tables, $ Best Available Science Revisions/Updates Effects of Hydraulic and Geologic Factors on Streamflow of the Yakima River Basin Washington.
Prepared for U.S. Geological Survey. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper Knutson, K.L. and V.L. Naef. Management Recommendations for Washington’s Priority Habitats. Kinnison, H.B., and Sceva, J.E. Effects of Hydraulic and Geologic Factors on Streamflow of the Yakima River Basin, Washington. Geological Survey Water-Supply PaperU.S.
Department of the Interior. Northwest Power Planning Council et al. Salmon and Steelhead Production Plan, Yakima Subbasin Supplement No. But for a specific drainage basin it is not possible to quantify Nevertheless some knowledge of the probable processes in a basin Climate, geology, and topography are the principal basin Unusual streamflow patterns usually can all the relevant variables and to describe the paths that the water takes a t is essential if realistic estimates of.Figure 2.
Yakima Basin water management system. Figure 3. Upper Yakima floodplain reaches. (Stanford et al. ) Figure 4. Location of six structural basins and geologic structure, Yakima River Basin aquifer system, Washington.
Streamflow and the Water Cycle. If you read our discussion on the role the oceans play in the water cycle, you know that evaporation from the oceans is the primary way that water returns to the atmosphere from the Earth's surface.
Water returns to the Earth from precipitation falling on the land, where gravity either takes it into the ground as infiltration or it begins running downhill as.