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Application of streamflow transport models to the Yakima River, Washington
David K. Mueller
1984 by Hydrology Branch, Division of Planning Technical Services, Engineering and Research Center, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Available from the National Technical Information Service, Operations Division in Denver, Colo, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||by David K. Mueller, Robert L. George.|
|Contributions||George, Robert L., Engineering and Research Center (U.S.). Hydrology Branch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
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The Yakima River is a tributary of the Columbia River in south central and eastern Washington state, named for the indigenous Yakama people.
Application of streamflow transport models to the Yakima River length of the river from headwaters to mouth is miles ( km), with an average drop of feet per mile ( m/km).
It is the longest river entirely in Washington : Columbia River at Lake Wallula. A tributary of the mighty Columbia, Washington's Yakima River is a year-round catch-and-release rainbow trout fishery that rewards those who do a little research.
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General Information. Bureau of Reclamation, Pacific Northwest Region. Major Storage Reservoirs in the Yakima River Basin. PROVISIONAL DATA - SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Average daily streamflows indicated in cubic feet per second.
Reservoir levels current as of midnight on date indicated. U.S. Geological Survey,Watershed and river systems management program-- Application to the Yakima River Basin, Washington: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet V. Vaccaro, J.J.,Comparison of Unregulated and Regulated Streamflow for the Yakima River at Union Gap and Near Parker, Washington.
EFFECTS OF HYDRAULIC AND GEOLOGIC FACTORS ON STREAMFLOW, YAKIMA RIVER BASIN, WASHINGTON By HALLARD B. KINNISON and JACK E. SCEVA ABSTRACT The Yakima River basin, in south-central Washington, is the largest single river system entirely within the confines of the State.
Its waters are the mostCited by: 5. Records of regulated daily mean discharge for 52 water years,at 13 stream gaging stations were adjusted for changes in storage contents in five reservoirs and flows diverted in 58 canals to estimate effects of reservoir storage and canal diversion on streamflow in the Yakima River at Union Gap and near Parker, Washington.
EVALUATION OF STREAMFLOW RECORDS IN YAKIMA RIVER BASIN WASHINGTON ABSTRACT This report presents data which are, in gen eral, supplementary to the surface-water in vestigations made in the past by the U.
Ge ological Survey. Those have been Author: Hallard B. Kinnison. Evaluation of Streamflow Records in Yakima River Basin, Washington: Geological Survey Circular, No. [Hallard B. Kinnison] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Current Conditions for Washington: Streamflow -- site(s) found PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION Lists of, maps for, and information about real-time.
The recharge estimates were for water years for 1, hydrologically similar areas in the Yakima River Basin. These areas cover some 3, square miles and include all of the forested uplands.
They also account for about 90 percent of the streamflow in the Yakima River Basin and are relatively unaffected by diversion or irrigation. Washington Current Streamflow Summary Map: description: Welcome to the Washington State Department of Ecology’s interactive streamflow map.
This map displays the locations of Ecology’s and the United States Geological Survey’s (USGS) streamflow gaging stations across Washington State.
The Yakima is also a beautiful river, with entirely different personalities as she runs through the 70 some odd miles along her course. No two sections of the river are the same, but they all hold a certain beauty.
While some of the upper sections will take the angler far from any road, overall the Yakima is. The law was in response to the Hirst decision, a Washington State Supreme Court decision that limited a landowner’s ability to get a building permit for a new home when the proposed source of water was a permit-exempt law clarifies how counties issue building permits for homes that use a permit-exempt well for a water source.
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The Yakima River Basin, Washington. From Jones, Vaccaro, and Watkins (). Hydrogeologic Framework of Sedimentary Deposits in Six Structural Basins, Yakima River Basin, Washington U.S.G.S. Scientific Investigations Report.
– Figure 2. Land use and land cover, Yakima River Basin, Washington, (From Fuhrer and others, ). Juvenile salmonid monitoring following removal of Condit Dam in the White Salmon River Watershed, Washington, Condit Dam, at river kilometer on the White Salmon River, Washington, was breached inand removed completely inproviding anadromous salmonids with the opportunity to recolonize habitat blocked for nearly years.
Natural streamflow estimates for watersheds in the lower Yakima River 1 David L. Smith 2 Gardner Johnson 3 Ted Williams 1 Senior Scientist-Ecohydraulics, S.P. Cramer and Associates, W.
Sweet Ave., Moscow, [email protected], (mobile), Yakima River Guide - Ryan White, Cle Elum, Washington. likes. Fly fishing guide service on the Yakima River for rainbow & cutthroat trout. Full & half day trips. Fully licensed & insured.5/5(7). Descriptions of station types: 1. A telemetry station transmits data every three hours to the Department of Ecology Headquarters in Olympia, Washington.
The data is logged every fifteen minutes and transmitted in three hour blocks to Ecology where it is automatically imported into the streamflow database and published to Ecology's website.
(a) Under present physical conditions in the Yakima river basin there is an insufficient supply of ground and surface water to satisfy the present needs of the basin, and that the general health, welfare, and safety of the people of the Yakima river basin depend upon the conservation, management, development, and optimum use of all the basin's water resources.
Comparison of unregulated and regulated streamflow for the Yakima River at Union Gap and near Parker, Washington. Responsibility by J.J. Vaccaro ; prepared in cooperation with the Yakima Tribal Council. Imprint Tacoma, Wash.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey ; Lakewood, Colo.: Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution.
The Yakima River flows miles from the outlet of Keechelus Lake in the central Washington Cascades southeasterly to the Columbia River, draining an area of 6, square miles. The Yakima River Basin is one of the most intensively irrigated areas in the United States. Population in the Yakima River Basin was aboutin d.
Washington-The Yakima River Basin The Yakima River drains much of south-central Washington before emptying into the Columbia River at the hi Cities.
The upper Basin is largely national forest land, and the Yakama Indian Reservation() occupies much of the Basin west of the River and below the city of Yakima.
Yakima River Angler Guide Service, Selah, Washington. likes 1 talking about this. Guided Fly Fishing on the Yakima River and other Central Washington waters.5/5(1).
Our application to 18 streamflow gauges in the Upper Missouri River Basin shows that the mean adjusted R2 for the basin is approximately with good overall cross‐validated skill as measured. Links to real-time streamflow data, river and storm alerts, snowpack reports, weather data and seasonal runoff for the state of Washington.
by Washington Water Science Center (Sponsor) Related topics: Datasets, Hydrology, Meteorology, Real-time monitoring and reporting, Stream-gage measurement, Water supply and demand.
The White River Basin is located in western Washington and drains an area of about square miles. Rivers in the White River Basin are fed by melt water from glaciers on Mt. Rainier, runoff from snowmelt and rain, and groundwater discharge.
Lower River: Yakima Canyon Many fishermen feel that the section of river that flows through the Yakima Canyon is best.
For roughly 20 miles the Yakima winds through the arid canyon, paralleled the entire distance by Highway Access for bank and wading anglers is good and the entire section is a float fisherman's paradise. Yakima River.
The Yakima River skirts the southern edge of Ellensburg. It is one of Washington State's most important rivers providing a source of water for the large agriculture industry in the Yakima Valley.
The river provides irrigation for pastures, apples, pears, cherries, grapes, hops, and field crops. The Yakima River ﬂows for over miles through south-central Washington, and is one of the most intensively irrigated and agricultur-ally diverse areas in the United States.
The conﬂuence of the Yakima and Naches Rivers (a tributary) at the city of Yakima divides. The Yakima Basin Conservation Campaign is a project of American Rivers, The Wilderness Society and Trout Unlimited. We work in partnership with the Washington State Department of Ecology and others to support the Yakima Plan and turn planning into action.
Waters We Guide. Yakima Blue Ribbon section of the Yakima between Easton and Roza dam is our home water. With 75 miles of diverse water, strict catch and release regulations which ensure a stong population of wild Rainbow and Cutthroat trout and one of the longest dry fly seasons in the West, March through mid-November, the Yakima River is the top fly fishing destination in Washington.
Thermal profiles (data sets of longitudinal near-streambed temperature) that provide information on areas of potential ground-water discharge and salmonid habitat for 11 river reaches in the Yakima River basin, Washington, are available as Microsoft Excel.
files that can be downloaded from the Internet. Two reaches were profiled twice resulting in 13 profiles. To restore the health and integrity of the Yakima River Basin we must balance the needs of people with the needs of the land and river — now and in the future.
The Yakima Basin Integrated Plan (Yakima Plan) is a solution that ensures our public lands and waters remain open for everyone to enjoy from the forested headwaters to the arid shrub. COVID For the latest COVID health guidance, statistics and resources, visit Lower Yakima River Water Quality Model and Evaluation of the USBR Columbia River Pump Exchange Project _____ Quality Assurance Project Plan By Jim Carroll and Joe Joy May Washington State Department of Ecology Environmental Assessment Program Watershed Studies Unit Approvals Joe Joy _____ Project Manager Watershed Studies Unit.
Effect of agricultural practices on hydrology and water chemistry in a small irrigated catchment, Yakima River Basin, Washington Book January with 38 Reads How we measure 'reads'. USBR Columbia River Pump Exchange Project Potential Water Quality Impacts on the Lower Yakima River by Jim Carroll and Joe Joy Environmental Assessment Program Olympia, Washington In contractual arrangements with: USBR Grant Agreement No.
FG January Waterbody Numbers: WA, WA, WA Publication.Yakima River Basin Study. Volume 1. Proposed Integrated Water Resource Management Plan. U.S.
Bureau of Reclamation. Contract No. 08CAA ID/IQ, Task Prepared by. HDR Engineering. Anchor QEA. ECONorthwest. ESA Adolfson. Golder Associates. U.S.
Department of the Interior State of Washington. Bureau of Reclamation Department of.Yakima Health Dis trict ( or ) for application, fees and requirements. (A completed copy of this form with your well report must accompany your AWD application, water test documentation, and the AWD associated fees).
4. (Step 4) I understand a YCWRS well must be metered in accordance with Yakima County standards. 5.