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Analysis of stream-temperature variations in the Upper Delaware River Basin, New York

Owen O. Williams

Analysis of stream-temperature variations in the Upper Delaware River Basin, New York

by Owen O. Williams

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Delaware River Watershed (N.Y.-Del. and N.J.).
    • Subjects:
    • Water temperature -- Delaware River Watershed (N.Y.-Del. and N.J.).

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Owen O. Williams.
      SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper ;, 1999-K, Contributions to the hydrology of the United States
      ContributionsDelaware River Basin Commission.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQC909 .W56
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 45 p.
      Number of Pages45
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5276181M
      LC Control Number71611766

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Analysis of stream-temperature variations in the Upper Delaware River Basin, New York by Owen O. Williams Download PDF EPUB FB2

VARIATIONS IN THE UPPER DELAWARE RIVER BASIN, NEW YORK By OWEN O. WILLIAMS ABSTRACT The effect of climatologic conditions and reservoir releases on downstream conditions was determined by means of statistical and graphical analyses of stream-temperature variations measured in the upper Delaware River brsin, May-September Author: Owen O.

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The McKenzie River supports the largest remaining wild population of Chinook salmon in the upper Willamette River basin, and the South Fork McKenzie River provides good spawning habitat. It was found that the altered temperature pattern downstream of Cougar Dam created problems with regard to the timing of migration, spawning, and egg hatching.

the federal compact between New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania and resulted in a “Good Faith Agreement” developed and implemented by the Delaware River Basin Commission, and designed to protect aquatic life by maintaining minimum flows through res-ervoir releases (DRBC ; Albert ).Author: Will Price, Susan Beecher.

A method for estimating temperatures of streams in the Green River basin, Wyoming, utilizes a regional model for estimating mean daily temperatures of streams at unmeasured sites. The regional model was developed by describing annual temperature patterns at 43 measured sites and by applying the harmonic function T = M + A -sin ( t + C)- where: T is mean daily temperature; M, A, and C are.

This study systematically analyzes long-term () stream temperature records for the major sub-basins within the Lena River watershed in order to describe water temperature regimes over the various parts of the Lena watershed and document significant stream temperature changes induced by reservoir regulation, and by natural variations/changes.

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Daqing Yang, Baozhong Liu, Baisheng Ye, Stream temperature changes over Lena River Basin in Siberia, Geophysical Research Letters, /GL, 32, 5, (). Wiley Online Library John M. Bartholow, Sharon G. Campbell, Marshall Flug, Predicting the Thermal Effects of Dam Removal on the Klamath River, Environmental Management, Year Published: Thermal infrared remote sensing of water temperature in riverine landscapes: Chapter 5.

Water temperature in riverine landscapes is an important regional indicator of water quality that is influenced by both ground- and surface-water inputs, and indirectly by land use in the surrounding watershed (Brown and Krygier, ; Beschta et al., ; Chen et al., ; Poole and. Home Projects Stream Temperature Interactive Maps The Dynamic Mapping Tool provides a spatial index to over 5, sites on streams and rivers in the U.S.

and Canada where full year stream temperatures are currently being monitored by numerous agencies. Table 1. Stream-temperature data used in analysis 31 2. Sequence number conversion, date to water-year day 34 3.

Stream-temperature characteristics for period of record stations with periodic data 35 4. Stream-temperature characteristics for individual years stations with daily observations 37 5.

With increased volume and turbidity, the range of variations is reduced. These may be about 6° C. in small streams in the summertime, with lower values being observed in larger rivers. Also, in small streams, the deeper the water the less is the daily variation.

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These large increases are expected during the summer. We used a simple backpropagation neural network temperature model with one hidden layer of neurons (see McKenna, for description of neural networks) for Ohio streams developed with the. Streams are created when excess water from rain, snowmelt, or near-surface groundwater accumulates on the ground surface and begins to run downhill.

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#K Williams O. O. ANALYSIS OF STREAM TEMPERATURE VARIATIONS IN THE UPPER DELAWARE RIVER BASN NEW YORK wps, fine copy, 45 pp., 14 figs. Price: $ (stock#WSPkc1) #A Soren J. GROUND-WATER AND .Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) Bibliography Ahearn, E.A., and Bjerklie, D.M.,Connecticut Highlands Technical Report-Documentation of the Regional.

Diego Sesma-Martín, The River’s Light: Water Needs for Thermoelectric Power Generation in the Ebro River Basin, –, Water, /w, 11, 3, (), (). Crossref Jared E. Siegel, Carol J. Volk, Accurate spatiotemporal predictions of daily stream temperature from statistical models accounting for interactions between.