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Hydrologic relations between streamflow and subalpine wetlands in Grand County, Colorado

Barbara C. Ruddy


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Hydrologic relations between streamflow and subalpine wetlands in Grand County, Colorado by Barbara C. Ruddy Download PDF EPUB FB2

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[Barbara C Ruddy; Robert S Williams. Notice - The USGS Water Resources Mission Area's priority is to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities, including providing critical situational awareness in times of flooding in all 50 U.S.

states and additional territories. Our hydrologic monitoring stations continue to send data in near real-time to NWISWeb, and we are continuing critical water monitoring activities to. Hydrologic interactions between an alluvial fan and a slope wetland in the central Rocky Mountains, USA the hydrology of a ha slope wetland at the base of a ha alluvial fan in the central Rocky Mountains of Colorado.

Step changes in streamflow inputs resulting from an upstream water diversion helped confirm the linkages inferred Cited by: Hydrologic data collected in as part of a comprehensive water-resources investigation of Boulder County, Colo., by the U.S.

Geological Survey in cooperation with the Boulder County Health Department and the Colorado Geological Survey are presented in this report. The data, in tabular and graphic form, consist of water-quality analyses of selected constituents and geohydrologic-site.

2 Review and Analysis of Available Streamflow and Water-Quality Data for Park County, Colorado, –98 Median iron and mangane se concentrations for most areas of Park County were less than in-stream water-quality standards, even though several individual concentrations were one to two orders of magnitude larger than the stan-dards.

HYDROLOGIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN AN ALLUVIAL FAN AND A SLOPE Map of the Colorado River headwaters near Grand Lake, Colorado. The thick solid line is the main stem of the adjacent ha slope wetland in the subalpine upper headwaters of the Colorado River in Rocky Mountain National Park in northern Colorado (Figure 1).

The. The Program T&M Chapter 6 of Book 4, The National Streamflow Statistics Program: A Computer Program for Estimating Streamflow Statistics for Ungaged Sites; Alabama. SIRMagnitude and frequency of floods for urban streams in Alabama, ; SIRMagnitude and Frequency of Floods in Alabama, ; SIRMagnitude and Frequency of Floods on Small Rural.

ECOHYDROLOGY OF SUBALPINE WETLANDS IN THE KA WUNEECHE VALLEY, ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK, COLORADO Wetlands in the central Rocky Mountains depend on surface water or groundwater inflows, so they are vulnerable to hydrologic modifications such as water diversions.

However, a paucity of hydrologic studies limits the ability of resource. Hydrologic conditions are described on the basis of contemporary hydrologic and geologic data collected in the watershed from early spring through September The water resources are assessed using discrete fracture-network modeling to estimate porosity and a physically based, distributed-parameter watershed runoff model to develop.

The purpose of this project is to investigate Colorado River basin droughts, and the role of temperature in influencing runoff efficiency. The project uses paleoclimatic data to extend instrumental climate and flow records, along with projected warming to assess the range of possible conditions that may be expected to occur and to determine how warming temperatures may influence river flow and.

Information on streamflow and surface-water and ground-water quality in Park County, Colorado, was compiled from several Federal, State, and local agencies. The data were reviewed and analyzed to provide a perspective of recent () water-resource conditions and to help identify current and future water-quantity and water-quality concerns.

Alpine/subalpine ecosystems in Rocky Mountain National Park may be sensitive to atmospherically derived acidic deposition.

Two‐ and three‐component hydrograph separation analyses and correlation analyses were performed for six basins to provide insight into streamflow generation during snowmelt and to assess basin sensitivity to acidic by: The Colorado River basin contains climate zones ranging from alpine to desert and exhibits significant climate variability on a variety of time scales.

These variations have important implications for snowmelt and river hydrology and are thus of interest to both scientists. Hydrologic Characterization of Potential Sites for Restored and Constructed Wetlands, Montana.

Science Center Objects and of particular interest is the groundwater that retains a store of infiltrated streamflow, snowmelt, and precipitation and returns the water through the wetlands to the nearby streams during the dry seasons. Hydrologic Functions of Headwater Wetlands in Other Geographic Areas Although many more publications are available, these selected articles are summarized here to show that the hydrologic functions of small alluvial headwater wetlands are not well understood in many areas worldwide.

Comparison of –18 water years and historical water-quality data, Colorado River Mainstem and major tributaries to the Colorado River, Colorado Definition of terms Concern levels - The three-tiered concern levels, defined below, are provided to inform watershed users to potential impairments within specific stream segments.

proximity and hydrologic connection with headwater streams differentiates them from other wetland types. The shallow ground water that supports slope wetlands plays a fundamental role in the hydrology and hydro-chemistry of mountainous regions.

In subalpine forests of Cited by: Trends in Precipitation and Streamflow and Changes in Stream Morphology in the Fountain Creek Watershed, Colorado, ­99 by Robert W. Stogner, Sr. Available from the U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services, BoxFederal Center, Denver, COUSGS Water-Resources Investigations Report43 p., 17 fig.

Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Encompassing an area of more thansquare miles, the Colorado River basin covers portions of seven western U.S.

states and part of extreme northwestern Mexico. Passing through the. Park County, Colorado. Analysis of water rights change and its effect on wetlands in South Park, Colorado.

Testify at county hearings. City of Littleton, Colorado. Analysis of the effects of ground water pumping by Centennial Water and Sanitation District, on cottonwood forests along the Platte River in South Platte Park.

1. Introduction [2] There is growing consensus that increased greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations in the global atmosphere are causing long‐term changes to the Earth's climate [Christensen et al., ].The combination of rising GHG forcings, ongoing natural‐climate variability, and uncertainty in climate model projections make future climates more uncertain for water resource .Relations Among Rainstorm Runoff, Streamflow, pH, and Metal Concentrations, Summitville Mine Area, Upper Alamosa River Basin, Southwest Colorado, by Michael G.

Rupert Available from the U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services, BoxFederal Center, Denver, COUSGS Water-Resources Investigations Report33 p.HYDROLOGIC PATHWAYS AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF RUNOFF DURING SNOWMELT IN LOCH VALE WATERSHED, ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK, COLORADO, USA.

A. SCOTT DENNING l, JILL BARON I'2*,M. ALISA MAST 3,and MARYARTHUR 4 ~Natural Resource Ecology Laboratol T, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, COU.S.A.