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Analysis of ground-water-quality data of the Upper Colorado River Basin, water years 1972-92
Lori E Apodaca
|Other titles||Analysis of ground water quality data of the Upper Colorado River Basin, water years 1972-92|
|Statement||by Lori E. Apodaca|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 97-4240|
|Contributions||National Water-Quality Assessment Program (U.S.), Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
Streamflow and water-quality data collected at 15 sites in the upper Animas River Basin during water years ?99 were used to develop water-quality profiles. Data collected at each sampling site were used to develop ordinary least-squares regression models for streamflow and constituent concentrations. Confidential manuscript submitted to Geophysical Research Letters 1 Changes in groundwater recharge under projected climate in the Upper Colorado 2 River Basin 3 Fred D Tillman1, Subhrendu Gangopadhyay2, and Tom Pruitt2 4 1U.S. Geological Survey, Arizona Water Science Center, Tucson, Arizona, USA 5 2Reclamation, Water Resources Planning and Operations Support Group, Denver, Colorado.
1 Introduction. Over a decade, drought in the Colorado River Basin (Basin; Figure 1) has exposed the vulnerability [Bureau of Reclamation, ; Barnett and Pierce, ] of the most overallocated river system in the world [Christensen et al., ].Recently, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation acknowledged the potential challenges [Bureau of Reclamation, ] to meeting future surface water Cited by: USGS Science Centers in the UR7 Upper Colorado River Basin Region collect a wide variety of natural resource data types including spatial, geologic, hydrologic, and biologic data. Data included in USGS-series publications that are not publically available in USGS databases are published in Data Releases.
Water resources of the upper Colorado River basin; basic data - Text Only, , Geological Survey Professional Paper, P - Text Only. [W. V. et al. Iorns] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Colorado Department of Natural Resources, The Ground Water Resources of the Upper Colorado River Basin, Denver,Colorado, October, Colorado River Basin Water Problems:How to Reduce Their-Impact, May 4, Comptroller General of the- U.S., Water Supply Should Not be an Obstacle to Meeting Energy Development Goals, Report to the .
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Analysis of Ground-Water-Quality Data of the Upper Colorado River Basin, Water Years f3y Lori E. Apodaca Abstract As part of the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Water-Quality Assessment program, an analysis of the existing ground-water-quality data in the Upper Colorado River Basin study unit isFile Size: 2MB.
Analysis of Ground-Water-Quality Data of the Upper Colorado River Basin, Water Years by Lori E. Apodaca Available from the U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services, BoxDenver Federal Center, Denver, COUSGS Water-Resources Investigations Report 97–, 31 p., 10 figs. This report includes an analysis of the ground-water data (well and spring data) available for the Upper Colorado River Basin study unit from water years to for major cations and anions, metals and selected trace elements, and nutrients.
Analysis of ground-water-quality data of the Upper Colorado River Basin, water years Denver, Colo.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey: USGS Information Services [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet.
Apodaca, L.E.,Analysis of ground-water-quality data of the Upper Colorado River Basin, water years – U.S. Geological Survey Water. Streamflows are typically highest in the spring and lowest during the winter (fig. The primary data-collection period for the UCOL study was water years – Streamflow during water years –97 was above average for most of the basin.
Streamflow during water year was about average. Content page for USGS CircularWater Quality in the Upper Colorado River Basin, Colorado, –98 SUMMARY OF MAJOR FINDINGS The Upper Colorado River Basin (UCOL) of the National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program includes square-mile drainage basin of the Colorado River upstream from the Colorado-Utah State line.
Introduction. This web product summarizes water-quality data collected during water years for a network of sites on the main stem and major tributaries of the Colorado River in Colorado (fig.
1 and table 1).Current data () for each site are compared to previously collected data and the State of Colorado instream standards. Comparison of –18 water years and historical water-quality data, Colorado River Mainstem and major tributaries to the Colorado River, Colorado Definition of terms Concern levels - The three-tiered concern levels, defined below, are provided to inform watershed users to potential impairments within specific stream segments.
Comparison of –17 water years and historical water-quality data, Lower Gunnison River Basin, Colorado Definition of terms Concern levels - The three-tiered concern levels, defined below, are provided to inform watershed users to potential impairments within.
This is the basic data section of a report by the U.S. Geological Survey on the water resources of the Upper Colorado River Basin. This section contains tables of duration of water discharge at stream-gaging sites, monthly and annual summaries of chemical quality and sediment data at sites of continuous record, results of chemical quality and sediment analyses at miscellaneous.
The Upper Colorado River Basin is 1 of 60 study units selected for water-quality assessment by the U.S. Geological Survey as part of the National Water-Quality Assessment program.
Understanding the environmental setting of the Upper Colorado River Basin study unit is important in evaluating water-quality issues in the basin. ground water withdrawals have constituted the principal water usage for at least fifteen years preceding the date of the first hearing on the proposed designation of the basin, and which in both cases is within the geographic boundaries of a designated ground water Size: 2MB.
the Colorado River system to meet future Basin resource. needs are even more apparent, given the likelihood of increasing demand for water throughout the Basin coupled with projections of reduced supply due to climate change.
It was against this backdrop that the Colorado River Basin Water Supply and Demand Study (Study) was conducted. Groundwater discharge that flows into the Upper Colorado River Basin varies in response to drought, which is likely due to aquifer systems that contain relatively young groundwater, according to a new U.S.
Geological Survey study. Comparison of –18 water years and historical water-quality data, Upper Gunnison River Basin, Colorado. References. and Diaz, Paul,Comparison of water years –05 and historical water-quality data, upper Gunnison River Basin, Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series Report The water years and (as measured from October 1 through the following September 30), for example, were among the 10 driest years of record in the upper basin states of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming.
More than half of the streamflow in the Upper Colorado River Basin originates as groundwater, according to a new U.S. Geological Survey study published today in the journal Water Resources Research. The entire Colorado River Basin currently supports 50 million people, and that amount is expected to increase by 23 million between and More than 99 percent of the Upper Colorado River Basin study area is in Colorado; the remaining is in Utah.
It has a drainage area of ab square miles. The primary river within the basin, the Colorado River, originates in the mountains of central Colorado and flows about miles southwest into Utah. The Colorado River provides water for more than 35 million people in the United States and 3 million people in Mexico.
A recent USGS publication suggests that as much as half of the water flowing in rivers and streams in the Upper Colorado River Basin originates as groundwater.
Understanding how much groundwater is available and how it’s replenished is. Assessing age of groundwater to determine resource availability. Groundwater discharge that flows into the Upper Colorado River Basin varies in response to drought, which is likely due to aquifer systems that contain relatively young groundwater, according to a new U.S.
Geological Survey study published in Hydrogeology Journal.Water resources of the upper Colorado River basin; basic data,Geological Survey Professional Paper, P, separate map case, text not included.
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