2 edition of Ground water hydrology of four proposed project areas in the Klamath Basin, Oregon found in the catalog.
Ground water hydrology of four proposed project areas in the Klamath Basin, Oregon
Edward B. Gates
|Statement||by Edward B. Gates.|
|Series||[Open file report / Oregon Water Resources Department] -- OF-01-01., Open file report (Oregon. Water Resources Dept.) -- OF-01-01.|
|Contributions||Oregon. Water Resources Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 56,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
How it feels to fight for your life
Christ in the Gospels.
How broad should the marketing concept be?.
Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë
book of books
Report of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions ... at the third annual meeting ... September 16, 1812
catalogue of plans and views of New York City from 1651 to 1860
Catalogue of the printed books and of the Semitic and Jewish mss. in the Mary Frere Hebrew library at Girton College, Cambridge
Fourth of July Story
Religions of the World And Time World Religions - Ap
The western political tradition.
Kings of the turf
Proceedings : Fourth National Conference on Health in Colleges
Honor of the Queen.
The spectators guide to soccer
Port of London
Thoreau: his life and aims
Ground water hydrology of four proposed project areas in the Klamath Basin, Oregon. Summary; Ground water hydrology of four proposed project areas in the Klamath Basin, Oregon. Name(s): Gates, Edward B Oregon Water Resources Department. Gates, E.B.,Ground water hydrology of four proposed project areas in the Klamath Basin, Oregon: State of Oregon Water Resources Department Ground Water Open File Report56 p.
plus appendices, 4 plates, and 2 maps. Principal areas of ground-water discharge to streams and major springs in the upper Klamath Basin, Oregon and California, and selected stream-gaging stations.
Figure 8. Annual precipitation at Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, and the cumulative departure from average precipitation from to Figure 9. The upper Klamath Basin has a substantial regional ground-water system, and ground water traditionally has been used for irrigation for many decades in certain areas.
The changes in water management described above coupled with a series of dryer than average years have resulted in an approximately 50 percent increase in ground-water pumping in the basin since Irrigated agriculture is an integral part of the economy of the upper Klamath Basin.
Although estimates vary somewhat, roughlyacres are irrigated in the upper Klamath Basin, aboutacres of which are part of the Bureau of Reclamation Klamath Project. Most of this land is irrigated with surface water.
Ground-Water Hydrology of the Upper Klamath Basin, Oregon and California The upper Klamath Basin spans the California-Oregon border from the flank of the Cascade Range eastward to the Basin and Range Province, and encompasses the Klamath River drainage basin above Iron Gate Dam.
Geomorphology and Flood-Plain Vegetation of the Sprague and Lower Sycan Rivers, Klamath Basin, Oregon By Jim E. O’Connor, Patricia F. McDowell, Pollyanna Lind, Christine G. Rasmussen, and Mackenzie K. Keith In cooperation with the University of Oregon and the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service. The Klamath Basin is located in south-central Oregon, and encompasses most of Klamath County, and portions of Jackson and Lake counties. The major land use in the Klamath Basin is. Groundwater discharging to streams through springs and seeps is a major source of streamflow in the upper Klamath Basin, helping to sustain flow during the dry months of late summer and fall, according to a report recently released by the U.S.
Geological Survey (USGS) in cooperation with the Oregon Water Resources Department. Feature Story: Oregon Water Resources Department Operations During COVID in Support of "Stay Home, Save Lives" On Monday, Governor Brown issued Executive Order"Stay Home, Save Lives," which included requirements for state agencies to maximize teleworking and limit walk-in services to prevent the spread of COVID.