Ground water in selected areas in the Klamath Basin, Oregon
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Ground water in selected areas in the Klamath Basin, Oregon by Alvin Riley Leonard

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Published by Oregon State Engineer in [Salem] .
Written in English

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  • Klamath Basin (Or.)

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  • Groundwater -- Klamath Basin (Or.)

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Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 57-58.

Statementby A. R. Leonard and A. B. Harris ; prepared in cooperation with the United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, Klamath County, and Pacific Power and Light Company.
SeriesGround water report ; no. 21, Ground water report (Salem, Or.) ;, no. 21.
ContributionsHarris, A. B., joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGB1025.O7 A3 no. 21
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 104 p. :
Number of Pages104
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5017518M
LC Control Number76620939

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Oregon Water Resources Board, , The Klamath Basin: Oregon Water Resources Board, , p. Pollock, D.W., , Documentation of computer programs to compute and display path lines using results from the U.S. Geological Survey modular three-dimensional finite-difference ground-water flow model: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report The Klamath Basin is the region in the U.S. states of Oregon and California drained by the Klamath contains most of Klamath County and parts of Lake and Jackson counties in Oregon, and parts of Del Norte, Humboldt, Modoc, Siskiyou, and Trinity counties in California. square-mile (40, km 2) drainage basin is 35% in Oregon and 65% in California.   Gates, E.B., , Ground water hydrology of four proposed project areas in the Klamath Basin, Oregon: State of Oregon Water Resources Department Ground Water Open File Report , 56 p. plus appendices, 4 plates, and 2 maps. Located in southern Oregon and northern California, there are approximately , acres of irrigable agriculture land and National Wildlife Refuge land in the Upper Klamath Basin. Water delivered to most of these lands comes from Upper Klamath Lake. During the spring and summer, water managers must balance the amount of water.

The State of Oregon has a right to irrigate a maximum of , acres and the State of California a maximum of , acres with water originating in the Upper Klamath Basin under a superior right to divert that water elsewhere in the Klamath . Oregon is miles ( km) north to south at longest distance, and miles ( km) east to west. With an area of 98, square miles (, km 2), Oregon is slightly larger than the United is the ninth largest state in the United States. Oregon's highest point is the summit of Mount Hood, at 11, feet (3, m), and its lowest point is the sea level of the Before statehood: Oregon Territory. The map on page 12 shows both limited and critical ground water areas currently designated in Oregon These areas differ from the Ground Water Management Areas designated by the DEQ for water quality purposes. County, city, and local . The Basin Characterization Model (BCM) can translate fine-scale maps of climate trends and projections into the hydrologic consequences to permit evaluation of the impacts to water availability at regional, watershed, and landscape scales, as caused by changes in temperature and precipitation.

Willamette Basin Rivers and Streams Assessment: An Oregon Plan for Salmon & Watersheds reportDecember DEQ has aggregated various compatible data sets to evaluate stream and river status for the entire basin, for land use types and for 12 subbasins using a range of biological, water quality and physical habitat condition indicators. The Upper Klamath basin economy and the role of agriculture. Pp. in Water Allocation in the Klamath Reclamation Project, An Assess- ment of Natural Resource, Economic, Social, and Institutional Issues in the Upper Kla- math Basin, W.S. 13raunworth, Jr., T. Welch, and R. Hathaway, eds. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University. Seven of those projects will break ground in Oregon this year, with work continuing over the next five years ( – ). The projects selected in Oregon are: Lower Columbia Watershed Partnership USDA 5-Year Investment: $3 million Lead Partner: Columbia Soil and Water Conservation District. The hydrodynamic model of Upper Klamath and Agency Lakes, Oregon, was used to run realizations of a numerical tracer experiment in order to .