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STATE OF UTAH DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Technical Publication No. 20 EXTENSIONS OF STREAMFLOW RECORDS IN UTAH by J. Reid, L. Carroon, and G. Pyper U. Geological Survey Prepared by the U.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Utah Department of Natural Resources Division ofWater Rights Author: J.K. Reid, L.E. Carroon, G.E. Pyper. This report provides long-term data on streamflow at selected short-term gaging stations in Utah.
The records of streamflow at the short-term or secondary gaging stations are extended on the basis of a graphical correlation with concurrent records at long-term or primary gaging stations.
The data presented consist of records of runoff at the short-term stations summarized on a monthly and Author: J.K. Reid, L.E. Carroon, G.E. Pyper. tion, and dissolved-solids discharge for the record- extension period at site 5, Dolores River near Cisco, Utah-- 26 8.
Monthly streamflow, flow-weighted dissolved-solids concentra tion, and dissolved-solids discharge for the record- extension period at site 7, Green River near Green River, Wyo.
30 by: 1. Get this from a library. Extension of streamflow and dissolved-solids records at selected sites in the Colorado River Basin, Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, [David K Mueller; Timothy D Liebermann; Geological Survey.
Extension of streamflow and dissolved-solids records at selected sites in the Colorado River Basin, Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, / By David K. Mueller, Timothy D. Liebermann, United States. Curran, J.H.,Streamflow record extension for selected streams in the Susitna River Basin, Alaska: U.S.
Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report –, 36 p. iii. 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.
analyze the streamflow record at the Pleasant River sta-tion. The analysis included (1) an assessment of possi-ble bias in the historical streamflow record, (2) extension of the record to a longer period to reduce any bias, and (3) estimation of streamflow statistics from the extended streamflow record for the station.
PHYSICAL SETTING. The USGS National Water Census complements the USGS national network of more than 8, streamgages by estimating streamflow for ungaged locations throughout the country, by analyzing streamflow records, and by providing tools for analysis of streamgage data to end users.
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Paper Record Books. Paper Record Books use the forms and manual below. AN updated Record Book Manual and Forms for the Program Year will be available in August The Record Book Manual and Record Book Forms. The edition has minor changes compared to the edition. Monthly streamflow and dissolved-solids concentration were estimated for periods prior to the initiation of data collection at selected sites in the Colorado River basin.
Techniques used for this record extension included simple and weighted least-squares regression. Streamflow records were extended at 5 sites and dissolved-solids records were extended at 13 sites. Record Keeping: Portfolio Project Sheets - PDF, Word & Google Docs Please use these project sheets as a resource for record keeping.
Project sheets are not required in most State 4-H Applications. Some Livestock shows have opted to require a project sheet in addition to the 4-H Portfolio. The reconstructions provide the first extended record of streamflow in northern Utah.
Preinstrumental streamflows (–) exhibited considerable variability when compared to the instrumental. Temporal extension of gauge flow records is the central contribution of the paleo record, but the statistical summary of those records and their manner of presentation are important factors in determining the value to water resources management.
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, Stockton CW () Long-term streamflow records. One approach to developing time series of streamflow, which may be used for simulation and optimization studies of water resources development activities, is to extend an existing gage record in ti.
Streamflow records are crucial for informing IMW water managers of natural variability, but regionally are limited to relatively short instrumental records.
We aim to improve the understanding of streamflow variability for northern Utah by reconstructing one of. A Comparison of Four Streamflow Record Extension Techniques ROBERT M.
HIRSCH U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia One approach to developing time series of streamflow, which may be used for simulation and optimization studies of water resources development activities, is to extend an existing gage record in time by exploiting the. The Duchesne County Fair and Jr.
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Record extension and streamflow statistics for the Pleasant River, Maine. Augusta, Me.: U.S. Dept. of. The maps and graphs in this summary describe national streamflow conditions for water year (October 1,to Septem ) in the context of streamflow ranks relative to the year period of water years – The illustrations are based on observed data from the U.S.
Geological Survey National Streamflow Network.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.Complete Utah State University Cache County Extension 4-H Junior Livestock Record Book online with US Legal Forms.
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