2 edition of Model development and systems analysis of the Yakima River Basin found in the catalog.
Model development and systems analysis of the Yakima River Basin
Gene Thomas Thompson
Bibliography: p. 56-57.
|Statement||by Gene T. Thompson.|
|Series||Washington (State) Water Research Center. Report -- no. 17C., Report (State of Washington Water Research Center) -- 17C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 80 p.|
|Number of Pages||80|
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Yakima River Basin Integrated Plan iii Janu Hydrologic Modeling – Phase 3 Report Table Effects of the IP Scenarios on Prorationing, TWSA, Diversions, and Storage. Perala, O.J.,Water-Resource Development: In Surface Water Quality Assessment of the Yakima River Basin, Washington: Analysis of Available Water Quality Data Through Water Year: U.S.
Geological Survey Open-File ReportPortland, Oregon, p. Purpose: This is part of a larger study known as the Yakima River Basin Water Storage Feasability Study (YRBWSFS). The modeling was conducted to support analysis of how fish habitats change in the reach specified in this data sets name, based on flow variations.
A4W - Ground Water in the Yakima River Basin, Washington, and its Relation to the Surface-Water Resource - Completed FY Problem and Needs - The surface water in the Yakima River Basin is under adjudication and it is not known how much is available for appropriation.
There are increasing demands for water for municipal, fisheries, agricultural. Yakima River Basin T he initial applica-tion of the WARSMP was in mi San Juan River Basin in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah, a major tributary to the Colorado River.
Beginning in fiscal yearthe focus of the WARSMP has been the application of the DSS to the Yakima River Basin located in eastern Washington (fig.2). Watershed and River Systems Management Program: Application to the Yakima River Basin, Washington USGS Fact Sheet This is a collaborative program to facilitate basin-scale water and environmental resource management by coupling watershed models that describe the physical hydrologic setting, routing and reservoir management models that.
Author(s) Water Resources Program: Description: Hydrology of the Upper Yakima River Basin, Washington. Water Supply Bulletin 52 () summarizes available surface and ground water data to describe the hydrologic setting of the lower Yakima River basin. The existing conditions model is considered the base-case model.
Existing conditions with all pumpage turned off. This scenario was formulated to estimate the long-term () effects of pumpage in the basin.
In comparison, base model (0) addresses the changing affects of pumpage for the last 42 years. Yakima River Basin’s Economy, Communities, and Watersheds J Prepared for: Yakima River Basin Water Enhancement Project Workgroup Economic Subcommittee KOIN Center SW Columbia Street Suite Portland, OR Ecology Publication Number ECONorthwest)''7 *-2%2') 40%+.
The report, "Numerical Simulation of Groundwater Flow for the Yakima River Basin Aquifer System, Washington," by D.M.
Ely, M.P. Bachmann, and J.J. Vaccaro, is published as U.S. Geological Survey.