2 edition of Streamflow characteristics of mountain streams in western Montana found in the catalog.
Streamflow characteristics of mountain streams in western Montana
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by Distribution Branch, Text Products Section, U.S. Geological Survey in Washington, Alexandria, Va
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 20.
|Statement||by Charles Parrett and J.A. Hull ; prepared in cooperation with the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey water-supply paper ;, 2260|
|Contributions||Hull, J. A., Montana. Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation.|
|LC Classifications||GB1225.M9 P37 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||84600222|
Slack and Landwehr () identified a subset of Hydro-Climatic Data Network (HCDN) stream gauges as being free of significant human influences and therefore appropriate for climate studies. In the continental western United States, there are such points west of °W longitude, excluding Alaska and Hawaii. Channel-morphology characteristics and design-peak-discharge data for selected streamflow-gaging stations, western Montana [Location of streamflow-gaging stations shown in figure 1. All sites are in Montana. Bold text denotes only those stations that were active during data collection ().
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Streamflow Characteristics of Mountain Streams in Western Montana By Charles Parrett and J. Hull Abstract Once-monthly streamflow measurements were used to estimate long-term mean annual flow, mean monthly flow, and various points on the flow-duration curve for 72 sites in the mountainous areas of western by: 4.
Get this from a library. Streamflow characteristics of mountain streams in western Montana. [Charles Parrett; J A Hull; Montana. Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.] -- Once-monthly streamflow measurements were used to estimate long-term mean annual flow, mean monthly flow, and various points on the flow-duration curve for 72 sites in the mountainous areas of.
Streamflow characteristics of mountain streams in western Montana() Streamflow characteristics of mountain streams in western Montana: Series title: Open-File Report: Series number: DOI: /ofr Year Published: Language: English: Publisher: U.S.
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Methods for estimating monthly streamflow characteristics at ungaged sites in western Montana / by Charles Parrett and Kenn D. Cartier. (U.S. Geological Survey water-supply paper ; ) "Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes." Includes bibliographical references.
Investigations of bed material and sediment transport characteristics at nine study reaches on four mountain streams indicated very low gradient pools. Questions or concerns about USGS streamflow data in Montana and Wyoming can be directed to Kirk Miller ([email protected]; ).Updated Septem - USGS water-resources monitoring activities were restored effective Aug at the following site.
Muddy Creek near Vaughn, Montana (POR: 82 years); Updated J - USGS water-resources. WSPMethods for estimating monthly streamflow characteristics at ungaged sites in western Montana; WRIRA Method for Estimating Mean and Low Flows of Streams in National Forests of Montana; Nebraska.
WRIRPeak-Flow Frequency Relations and Evaluation of the Peak-Flow Gaging Network in Nebraska; Nevada. The United States Geological Survey has a number of stream gages located throughout Montana. These estimate stream levels, discharges and record them over time.
This data is published on the web and many stations allow users to plot custom graphs. Get updated Montana river and stream. In response to the need to have more current information about streamflow characteristics in Montana, the U.S.
Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, and Bureau of Land Management, conducted a study to analyze streamflow : Peter M. McCarthy. Streamflow characteristics for sites in the statewide monitoring network in Montana, water years and long-term period of record.
General aquatic-life standards calculated from average hardness for groups of network sites with similar hardness, Montana.
The Blackfoot River subbasin (HUC ) coversha (1, acres) in western Montana (Fig. ).The area is a complex mix of publicly and privately owned lands; the Forest Service, the state of Montana, and the Bureau of Land Management manage the largest public holdings (Hart et al., ).Public and private lands still support the full suite of native wildlife species.
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. characteristics of 53 sites that are located on major streams and rivers throughout the State of Montana and includes the following technical reports: • Water-quality characteristics of Montana streams in a statewide monitoring network, This report describes the water quality, flow and loading characteristics.
Based on these climatic and physiographic characteristics, the mountains of the western United States (regions IV and VI) are expected to have snowmelt-dominated diurnal cycles. Montana, presents a clear Interaction between stream temperature, streamflow, and groundwater exhanges in alpine streams.
Water Resour. Res., A statewide monitoring network of 38 sites was operated during in cooperation with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality to provide a broad geographic base of water-quality information on Montana streams. The purpose of this report is to summarize and describe the water-quality characteristics for those sites.
Samples were collected at U.S. Geological Survey streamflow. Streamflow characteristics using daily mean streamflow Annual and seasonal low flows Annual based on climatic year (March 1-February 28) March-June July-October November-February Annual high flows Mean annual and monthly streamflows Annual and monthly durations.
Chapter E: Streamflow Characteristics. Consistent with the general conclusions about intermittency mapping in other areas, where and when stream intermittency occurs within watersheds tributary to the Clark Fork in the northern Rocky Mountains has not been determined in a long-term study (River Design Group Inc.,River Design Group Inc.,River Design Group Inc.,Neesvig et al., ).
Using streamflow data offers a step-by-step explanation on how to find a stream station and read data to understand how much water is in your river or stream.
Learn about streamflow monitoring methods. Flow monitoring methods for rivers & streams describes how we measure how much water flows through rivers and streams.
Effective discharge in Rocky Mountain headwater streams. K. Bunte, S.R. Abt, K.W. Swingle, D.A. Cenderelli. Article available in interactive PDF. Downstream effects of stream flow diversion on channel characteristics and riparian vegetation in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. The USGS completed a study to develop a StreamStats application for Montana, compute streamflow characteristics at gaging stations, and develop regional regression equations to estimate streamflow characteristics at ungaged sites.
StreamStats is a Web-based geographic information system (GIS) application created by the USGS to provide users with access to an .The Meltwater Lednian Stonefly is a small, dark species of extremely cold glacier-fed streams at high elevations in Glacier Park.
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