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Upper Klamath Basin nutrient-loading study

Antonius Laenen

Upper Klamath Basin nutrient-loading study

estimate of wind-induced resuspension of bed sediment during periods of low lake elevation

by Antonius Laenen

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey Information Services, distributor] in Portland, Or, [Lakewood, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lake sediments -- Oregon -- Klamath Falls Region,
  • Suspended sediments -- Oregon -- Klamath Falls Region

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesUpper Klamath Basin nutrient loading study
    Statementby Antonius Laenen and A.P. LeTourneau
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 95-414
    ContributionsLeTourneau, A. P, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13619631M
    OCLC/WorldCa36570739

    Full text of "Final eligibility and suitability report for the upper Klamath wild and scenic river study" See other formats. be conducted. A pilot study of Klamath River cold water refuge conditions should be conducted and an independent evaluation of opportunities for the reintroduction of anadromous fish to the Upper Klamath River Basin should be conducted. And then on the bottom part of the sheet, I give the rough time lines that were presented to us.

    Full text of "Upper Klamath Basin and Wood River wetland resource management plan/environmental impact statement: final" See other formats. Managing for Healthy Ecosystems - CRC Press Book. One of the critical issues of our time is the dwindling capacity of the planet to provide life support for a large and growing human population. Based on a symposium on ecosystem health, Managing for Healthy Ecosystems identifies key issues that must be resolved if there is to be progress in this co.

    Minimizing phosphorus loading through wetland restoration in the Klamath Basin The Williamson River Delta in southern Oregon’s Klamath asin (map) was once a vast expanse of floodplain and lake-fringe wetland habitat that formed where the Williamson River . The Klamath River is one of the most important rivers for imperiled populations of Chinook salmon, coho salmon and steelhead trout on the West Coast of the United States. PacifiCorp’s megawatt Klamath Hydroelectric Project is a major contributor to the extirpation of salmon from over miles of habitat in the upper Klamath Basin.


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Upper Klamath Basin nutrient-loading study by Antonius Laenen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hydrologic and Water-Quality Conditions During Restoration of the Wood River Wetland, Upper Klamath River Basin, Oregon, Restoring previously drained wetlands is a strategy currently being used to improve water quality and decrease nutrient. PORTLAND, Ore. — The United States Geological Survey, in cooperation with several Klamath Basin stakeholders, has developed hydrologic datasets for the upper Klamath Basin of south-central Oregon that can help water managers identify and prioritize water uses that Upper Klamath Basin nutrient-loading study book be voluntarily set aside and reallocated to yield an additio acre feet of water to Upper.

NUTRIENT LOADING OF SURFACE WATERS IN THE UPPER KLAMATH BASIN: AGRICULTURAL AND NATURAL SOURCES Klamath Experiment Station 1 K.A. Rykbost and B.A.

Charlton1 1 Superintendent/Professor and Faculty Research Assistant, respectively, Klamath Experiment Station, Klamath Falls, by: 3. Upper Klamath Lake Basin nutrient-loading study--assessment of historic flows in the Williamson and Sprague Rivers.

Portland, Oregon ( S.E. Cherry Blossom Drive Portland ): Dept. of Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor], (OCoLC) Get this from a library.

Upper Klamath Basin nutrient-loading study: estimate of wind-induced resuspension of bed sediment during periods of low lake elevation.

[Antonius Laenen; A P LeTourneau; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Nutrient Loading of Surface Waters in the Upper Klamath Basin: Agricultural and Natural Sources Kenneth A. Rykbost Superintendent/Professor and Brian A. Charlton Faculty Research Assistant Klamath Experiment Station Klamath Falls, Oregon Partial financial support of this study from the Klamath Basin Agricultural Enhancement Endowment is.

A literature review of best management practices to reduce nutrient loading was performed to provide information for resource managers in the Klamath Basin, Oregon. Although BMPs have already been implemented in the watershed, some sense of their effectiveness in reducing phosphorus loading and their cost for installation and maintenance is still lacking.

The Williamson River of south-central Oregon in the United States is about miles ( km) long. It drains about 3, square miles (7, km 2) east of the Cascade Range. Together with its principal tributary, the Sprague River, it provides over half the inflow to Upper Klamath Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Oregon.

The lake's outlet is the Link River, which flows into Lake Mouth: Upper Klamath Lake. Laenen, Antonius, and LeTourneau, A.P.,Upper Klamath Basin nutrient-loading study, estimate of wind-induced resuspension of bed sediment during periods of low lake elevation: U.S.

Geological Survey Open-File Report 95–, 11 p. The ground-water hydrology of the upper Klamath Basin, however, is understood in only a very general sense. No regional-scale quantitative studies have ever been undertaken.

There is only limited information with which to evaluate the potential for new ground-water uses to affect existing ground-water users. Risley, J.C.

and Laenan, A.,Upper Klamath Lake Basin nutrient-loading study—Assessment of historic flows in the Williamson and Sprague Rivers: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 98–, 22 p. Kann, Jacob,Upper Klamath Lake data summary report, prepared for the Klamath Tribes Natural Resources Department: Chiloquin, Oregon, 28 p.

Kann, Jacob, and Walker, W.,Nutrient and hydrological loading to Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, –, prepared for the Klamath Tribes Natural Resources Department and the Bureau of. In addition, over km 2 of wetlands in the basin have been drained, allowing organic soils to decompose and act as a large external source of phosphorus.

The study sites were located in the Wood River Valley portion of the Upper Klamath Lake watershed in Klamath County, south-central Oregon. Elevation is 1 m with slopes ranging from 0% to 3%. The Wood River Valley is surrounded by steep mountain ridges of the Cascades to the north, east, and west, and by Agency and Upper Klamath lakes to the Cited by: 3.

Laenen, Antonius: Upper Klamath Lake Basin nutrient-loading study--assessment of historic flows in the Williamson and Sprague Rivers / (Portland, Oregon ( S.E.

Cherry Blossom Drive Portland ): Dept. of Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor], the Upper Klamath Basin.

Upper Klamath Lake is hypereutrophic and is victim to severe outbreaks of blue-green algae in summer. The algal blooms are the driven by large inputs of phosphorus and nitrogen. Some of the nutrient loading is native due to the volcanic soils, but much of it comes from agricultural practices including draining wetlands.

Evaluation of Salmon and Steelhead Spawning Habitat Quality in the Shasta River Basin, Inland Fisheries Administrative Report No. Sacramento, CA: California Dept. of Fish and Game. 13 pp. Risley, J.C., and A. Laenen. Upper Klamath Lake Basin Nutrient Loading Study- Assessment of Historic Flows in the Williamson and Sprague Rivers.

Modeling hydrodynamics and heat transport in upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, and implications for water quality Published: () Evaluating the potential for watershed restoration to reduce nutrient loading to the upper Klamath Lake, Oregon by: McCormick, Paul.

Gowenlock, Philip G. WABCO Australia: LeTourneau, LeTourneau-Westinghouse and WABCO, the Australian story / Philip G. Gowenlock Paddington Publications Paddington, Qld Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

The Tulelake area is portion of part of the area known as the "Klamath Basin" or "Upper Klamath Basin" (as opposed to the entire "Klamath River Basin.") Much of this area is served by the Klamath Project - a federal water development project that provides irrigation to approximatelyacres of cropland.

Relation between selected water-quality variables, climatic factors, and lake levels in Upper Klamath and Agency Lakes, Oregon, – Book Full-text available.Laenen, Antonius and A.P. LeTourneau. Upper Klamath Basin nutrient-loading study estimate of wind-induced resuspension of bed sediment during periods of low lake elevation.

Open-File ReportPortland, Oregon, U.S. Geological Survey, Lytle, Charles R. and Edward M. Perdue. from Upper Klamath Lake.

Upper Klamath Lake is hypereutrophic now, and is considered to have been historically eutrophic (Bortleson and FretwellWee and Herrick ). Studies of sediment cores from Upper Klamath Lake have shown that the lake has been highly productive for at least the past years (Eilers et al.Sanville et al.