Estimated water use and general hydrologic conditions for Oregon, 1985 and 1990

by Tyson M. Broad

Publisher: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Publisher: Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Portland, Or, Denver, CO

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  • Water use -- Oregon -- Statistics,
  • Water consumption -- Oregon -- Statistics,
  • Water-supply -- Oregon -- Statistics

Edition Notes

Statementby Tyson M. Broad and Charles A. Collins ; prepared in cooperation with Oregon Water Resources Department and Oregon State Health Division
SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 96-4080
ContributionsCollins, Charles A, Oregon. Water Resources Dept, Oregon. Health Division, Geological Survey (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 166 p. :
Number of Pages166
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13619234M
OCLC/WorldCa35667794

Water-quality functions include the trapping of sediment, pollution control, and the biochemical processes that take place as water enters, is stored in,or leaves a wetland. (See article "Wetland Hydrology, Water Quality, and Associated Functions" in this volume for more information on hydrologic and water . Having the dry soil conditions included in the revised modeling tools (item 2), we will apply monthly revisions to the daily BCM, assimilate JPL/SWE data for the entire Sierra Nevada (and the Pit River basin in the Sacramento River basin in northeastern California if the JPL data allows), and recalibrate daily models to accumulate SWE and accurately reflect the water balance for spring snow melt.   Export-oriented cultivation of irrigated and rainfed fruits and vegetables in Mexico for NAFTA markets (of which the US comprised 93%) [40–42] expanded by an estimated – km 2 of land use, resulting in a simulated increase of – km 3 yr −1 of water use within the domain, depending on how much was sourced from northern Mexico. Oregon has an estimated available, annual surface water supply of over 66 million acre-feet ( cubic miles). Differences in the seasonal and geographic distribution of water resources throughout the state results in annual water shortages in many areas of the state, especially in eastern Oregon.

In general hydrologic modeling practice, lag is not computed using equation 15–2a or 15–2b. Instead, time of concentration is estimated using one of the methods in this chapter. In cases where only a peak discharge and/or hydrograph are desired at the watershed .   Characterization of the watershed is necessary to determine factors affecting streamflow. Variation of slope over a watershed, land use, precipitation, stream size and gradient, amount of base flow from groundwater, water use, and other hydrologic characteristics significantly influence the amount of flow in a stream or river. First Avenue, Suite Seattle, WA Tel: () Fax: () Oregon has an estimated available, annual surface water supply of over 66 million acre- feet ( cubic miles). Differences in the seasonal and geographic distribution of water resources throughout the state results in annual water shortages in many areas of the state, especially in eastern Oregon.

Recharge temperature, pressure, and excess air. The recharge temperature is the temperature at the water table during recharge. Figure 3 shows concentrations of CFC, CFC, and CFC in pg kg-1 expected in groundwater recharged between and , at sea level, and in equilibrium with remote North American air (Figure 1) for recharge temperatures of 5 to 25 °C.   These four types represent general hydrologic classes of wetlands that can be related to more detailed hydrogeomorphic wetland-classification systems We estimated the average minimum wetland water level for both the historical runs and two future scenarios with time series behavior derived from the historical period. (a-d) and (e-h.   The results from this study are necessary to identify a set of metrics and methods for quantifying the impacts of watershed restoration on hydrologic processes that affect freshwater availability including groundwater recharge, net precipitation, cloud-water interception, infiltration capacity, evapotranspiration, surface runoff, and streamflow. Effects of clearcut, cable logging on the hydrologic characteristics of a small coastal stream in Oregon indicate an average percent increase in sediment yield over a 7-year postlogging period. Annual runoff and high-flow volumes increased 19 and inches ( and 28 mm), respectively, after logging in the watershed. Clearcutting in small, spaced patches in another watershed resulted in.

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Water Resources Department.; Oregon. Health Division.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Water-use information is vital to planners, engineers, and hydrologists in water resources. This report is a compilation of water-use information for Oregon for calendar years and The report presents water-use data by geographic region for several categories of use, including public supply, domestic, commercial, industrial, mining, thermoelectric power, hydroelectric power, live.

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Broad. Broad TM, Collins CA () Estimated water use and general hydrologic conditions for Oregon, and USGS Water-Resources Investigations Report 96 Portland, Oregon.

Chang H () Spatial analysis of water quality trends in the Han River basin, South by: In addition, between andpublic water utility withdrawals increased by times the rate of buyers, whereas 2/3 of water withdrawal was used for domestic use (Schefter, ).

Costs of water to households include delivery and disposal, but in spite of this, water was cheaper in than in State of Oregon: Home Page: State of Oregon.

The U.S. Geological Survey compiles water-use estimates every five years for each State, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.

Virgin Islands. Archived datasets underlying the published "Estimated Use of Water in the United States" reports are available from the above link. County data incorporating any revisions can be found on. OWRD Water Rights Water Use Reporting Page. ORS requires federal and state agencies, cities, counties, schools, irrigation districts and other special districts to annually report their water ing in the early s, many water use permits issued to non-governmental users include a water measurement and an annual reporting requirement.

The USGS has estimated water use for the United States every 5 years since Estimates are provided for groundwater and surface-water sources, for fresh and saline water quality, and by sector or category of use. Estimates have been made at the State level sinceand at the county level since The USGS has estimated water use for the United States every 5 years since and at the county level since Water-use estimates by watershed were made from throughfirst at the water-resources region level (HUC2), and later at the subbasin level (HUC8).

lakes and reservoirs, and oceans. For the purposes of the USGS. The Publications warehouse contains overpublications that cover the year history of the USGS. However, individual wetlands have a limited capacity to absorb nutrients and differ in their ability to do so (Tiner, ).

A wetland's effectiveness in improving water quality depends on hydrologic patterns, amount and type of vegetation, time of year, and the constituent of concern (Zedler and others, ). Estuarine Water Balance. links to guide the user to further areas of study, such as the Oregon Water Resources Department and the Center for Population Research and Census.

Maps, photos, and graphs are provided to assist the user with visual references. Subheadings include: • Land Use • Water Use • Climate and Hydrology • Hydrologic Conditions During four general approaches widely used for estimating the channel-forming discharge or dominant discharge.

Introduction Hydrologic analysis has historically been the starting point for channel design. Current and future flows were estimated, then the designer proceeded to fur-ther analysis. However, the complexities of stream res. Land use data from provide greater detail with regard to crop and forest types than do the s land use data (top of page).

Water Use. More than three-fourths of the water used in the Willamette Basin during was surface water (Broad and Collins, ). The largest single use was for irrigation of crops, such as berries, hops. The Oregon Water Resources Department is working to maintain services, while encouraging customers and staff to stay home, stay healthy, and save lives.

Our offices are closed to the public, but we continue to work and many of our staff can be reached by email or phone. A summary of the Department's current operations in support of these. For water resources information please visit our Oregon Water Science Center Home Page or Oregon Water Science Center Hydrologic Studies Page.

The definitions found in this glossary are from, "The Federal Glossary of Selected Terms: Subsurface-Water Flow and Solute Transport": Department of Interior, U.S.

Geological Survey, Office of Water Data Coordination, August The colored dots on this map depict streamflow conditions as a percentile, which is computed from the period of record for the current day of the year.

Only stations with at least 30 years of record are used. The gray Page Contact Information: Oregon Water Data Maintainer. Water Use Data for Oregon.

Click to hide state-specific text. Choose the Year and other Retrieval Criteria. -- Year -- -- Area Type -- -- Category -- Questions about sites/data?. USGS Water Resources Data Category: Home Current Conditions Site Information Mapper Surface Water Groundwater Water Quality Water Use Revisions Geographic Area.

Current Conditions for Oregon: Streamflow -- site(s) found. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION Predefined displays Page Contact Information: Oregon Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified: EDT vaww Hydrologic Unit (by Code). Hydrologic Unit (by Name).

Lat-Long box. Site -- Identifier. Site Name. Site Number. Multiple Site Numbers. Agency Code. File of Site Numbers Page Contact Information: Oregon Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified: EDT.

Hydrologic events and issues: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paperp. ____, National water summary, Hydrologic events, selected water-quality trends, and ground-water resources: U.S.

Geological Survey Water-Supply Paperp. Information on technical reports and data related to ground water in Oregon can be. ASCE Library is your platform for the latest in civil engineering practice and research. This core collection covers all areas of civil engineering including structures, geotechnics, environment and water resources, construction, transportation and urban development, coasts, oceans, ports, and rivers, architecture, and engineering mechanics.

Water Elevation (ft) Lake Mead, NV Monthly Water Elevation Drought Average Maximum Critical Shortage Figure 6: Lake Mead, NV monthly water levels present. Current levels approaching those experienced in shorter severe droughts and The USGS National Hydrologic Model (NHM) infrastructure was developed to support the efficient construction of local- regional- and national-scale hydrologic models for the conterminous United States (Regan and others, and ).

The NHM is a modeling infrastructure consisting of three main parts: 1) an underlying geospatial fabric of modeling units (hydrologic response units and.

Year Published: National water summary Hydrologic events and water supply and use. Water use in the United States, as measured by freshwater withdrawals inaveragedMgal/d (million gallons per day), which is enough water to cover the 48 conterminous States to a depth of about inches.

conditions as well as short episodes of very strong winds and high-energy tides. Hydrologic Characteristics of the Water Years The long-term record from Mission Dolores in downtown San Francisco shows a large amount of variability in annual.

Hydrologic Conditions for Water Year Annual mean streamflow in Washington during water year ranged from slightly above average in a few areas of the State to significantly below average in eastern Washington, as indicated by data collected at selected long-term streamflow-gaging stations (fig.

1, table 1). Annual mean streamflow was. Current Conditions for Oregon: Lakes and reservoirs -- 31 site(s) found. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION Predefined displays Page Contact Information: Oregon Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified: EDT sdww. TR specifies units for its equations.

Our calculation allows you to use other units that may be more convenient. Peak discharge, runoff depth, initial abstraction, unit peak discharge, and pond/swamp factor are computed as follows: where: A = total watershed area .To simulate the surface and subsurface hydrology of the contiguous US (CONUS), this study uses MODFLOW-One-Water Hydrologic Model Version 2 (MF-OWHM2) (Boyce et al., ; Boyce, ), which is a modular modeling software developed by the U.S.

Geological Survey and U.S. Bureau of -OWHM2 builds on the widely-used MODFLOW model (Harbaugh et al.Hydrologic Unit Map (Based on Data from USGS Water-Supply Paper ) The gray lines are state lines, the blue lines are major rivers, and the white lines are water-resources region boundary lines.