Hydrologic evaluation of the Big Wood River and Silver Creek watersheds, phase II
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Hydrologic evaluation of the Big Wood River and Silver Creek watersheds, phase II by Arnold B. Wetzstein

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Published by Water Resources Research Institute, University of Idaho, Kimberly Research and Extension Center in [Moscow, Idaho] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Big Wood River Watershed (Idaho),
  • Silver Creek Watershed (Idaho),
  • Idaho,
  • Big Wood River Watershed.,
  • Silver Creek Watershed.

Subjects:

  • Hydrology -- Idaho -- Big Wood River Watershed.,
  • Hydrology -- Idaho -- Silver Creek Watershed.,
  • Big Wood River Watershed (Idaho),
  • Silver Creek Watershed (Idaho)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementsubmitted to the Nature Conservancy by Arnold B. Wetzstein, Clarence W. Robison, Charles E. Brockway.
SeriesResearch technical completion report
ContributionsRobison, Clarence W., Brockway, C. E. 1936-, Idaho Water Resources Research Institute., University of Idaho. Kimberly Research and Extension Center., Nature Conservancy (U.S.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGB705.I2 W48 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 139 p. :
Number of Pages139
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6884151M
LC Control Number00457321
OCLC/WorldCa44937484

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The Wood River Valley groundwater-flow model is designed to further the basic understanding of the aquifer system and ultimately to examine effects on the groundwater system and its interaction with the Big Wood River because of changes in water use, recharge, or discharge. in the Wood River system are the Big Wood and Little Wood rivers. At its lower end, the Big Wood River is also known as Malad River. Flows from the Wood River drainage are controlled for irrigation and flood control by four major reservoirs: Magic, Little Wood River, Fish Creek and Mormon. Approximately , acres are irrigated from reservoir. Santa Clara River. The hydrologic model provides the flow data needed as input to the hydraulic and sediment transport models. • The hydrologic model will also be used to evaluate baseline and changes to water quality and pollutant loadings as a result of development or any proposed regional solutions to flooding or water quality problems. Water Supply Development- Typically these projects include assisting in conducting sanitary surveys, fracture tracing, calculating wellhead protection zones, overseeing water well construction and hydrological facility will also coordinate "new source" sampling and conducts Microscopic Particulate Analysis or Groundwater Under the Influence Investigations.

The hydrologic data collection program of the St. Johns River Water Management District collects, processes, manages and disseminates hydrologic and meteorological data that are used for consumptive use permitting, water shortage management, establishment of minimum flows and levels, water supply planning and management, environmental protection and restoration projects, and . Big Wood River Subbasin: Approved by EPA May Errata approved by EPA Lolo Creek tributaries, Potlatch River, and Winchester Lake - Lapwai Creek watersheds: Winchester Lake TMDL Approved by EPA March Jim Ford Creek TMDL Approved by EPA June Lindsay Creek TMDL Phase II Approved by EPA April North. iv Report on Hydrologic Analysis • Montney Water Project • January Acknowledgements Adrian Hickin of the B.C. Ministry of Energy provided content for the ground water and paleovalley. U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Scientific Investigations Report – Back to Table of Contents. Table 7. Streamflow measurements, Wood River Valley, south-central Idaho, October 23–26,