2 edition of Hydrogeology of the Lower Humboldt River basin, Nevada. found in the catalog.
Hydrogeology of the Lower Humboldt River basin, Nevada.
J. D. Bredehoeft
by State of Nevada Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources in Carson City
Written in English
|Statement||Prepared cooperatively by the Desert Research Institute, University of Nevada.|
|Series||D.R.I. - Technical report, no. 3, Water resources bulletin, no. 21|
|LC Classifications||GB611 .N4 no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||64063308|
PLATE 1. Map of the Humboldt River drainage basin, Nevada, slewing area of this report. Maps of the valley of the Humboldt River near Winnemucca, Nevada, showing 2. Geology and location of test borings, observation wells, and streamflow measuring stations. 3. Generalized water-level contours in December 4. May rank with and floods in Carson Valley and along Truckee River. Flood: Feb. Upper Humboldt River basin > Information limited. Similar to hydrologic conditions during Feb. flood. Drought: Most of State, especially Humboldt River and Sierra Nevada drainages. > In parts of Humboldt River basin, extended from.
NOAA / NWS News and Local CNRFC Information. Tide Tables Available - The tide tables are now available on our river forecast page.. October Datum Change - On the morning of October 1, , the California Department of Water Resources changed the reporting of river stage data collected at 21 locations to the new NAVD88 datum (from NGVD29, Local, or USED datum). Get this from a library! Potential hydrologic effects of mining in the Humboldt River basin, northern Nevada. [E James Crompton; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States. Bureau of Land Management.].
Streamflow information and snowpack data for the Lower Humboldt Watershed featuring river levels and total snow accumulations for hydrological unit code Lower Humboldt Watershed Hydrology Report | HUC Humboldt River main stem, Nevada. This data set contains the main stem of the Humboldt River as defined by Humboldt Project personnel of the U.S. Geological Survey Nevada District, The data set was digitized on screen using digital orthophoto quadrangles from .
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The Humboldt River is an extensive river drainage system located in north-central extends in a general east-to-west direction from its headwaters in the Jarbidge, Independence, and Ruby Mountains in Elko County, to its terminus in the Humboldt Sink, approximately miles away in northwest Churchill County.
Most estimates put the Humboldt River at miles ( km) long however Mouth: Humboldt Sink. Arsenic enrichment in waters and sediments of the Humboldt River Basin of Northern Nevada Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. Get this from a library. Hydrogeology of the Lower Humboldt River basin, Nevada.
[J D Bredehoeft]. Hydrogeology of the Lower Humboldt River basin, Nevada (D.R.I. - Technical report) [Bredehoeft, J. D] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Humboldt River Basin (HRB) is the only major river basin that is entirely within the State of Nevada.
Precipitation supplies all the water that enters the basin; consequently, the variability in climate has significant impacts on the hydrology of the area. Bulletin Humboldt River Valley Alluvium: Bulletin Lower Humboldt Hydrogeology: Bulletin Lower Humboldt Hydrogeology Results: Bulletin Lake Mead Groundwater: Bulletin Humboldt River Water Resources: Bulletin Geophysical Hydrogeology: Bulletin Humboldt River Near Winnemucca: Bulletin Truckee Meadows.
State of Nevada Division Hydrogeology of the Lower Humboldt River basin Water Resources. Last updated 3/31/ Acceptable Use Policy. Humboldt River Basin Modeling Update - Outline −Humboldt Basin Water Supply Update −Ongoing modeling and hydrologic studies –Hydrology General Overview –ET Studies –Upper Basin Model –Middle Basin Model –Lower Basin Model −Plans/ideas for future conjunctive management −Q & A.
DIVISION OF WATER PLANNING Humboldt River Chronology—Part I Nevada Water Basin Information and Chronology Series I–3 for its unique geophysical structure by John C. Frémont, who fittingly named it the “Great Basin”.
7 The hydrographic 8 Great Basin is defined as an area of internal drainage systems bordered by the Rocky Mountains on the east, the Sierra Nevada 9 on the west, the. Buy Hydrogeology of the Lower Humboldt River basin, Nevada (D.R.I. - Technical report) by J. D Bredehoeft (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Nevada Water Basin Information and Chronology Series II–1 Humboldt River Chronology Part II – Pre-Twentieth Century 2, Years Ago to 10, Years Ago (Pleistocene Epoch) The prehistory of the Humboldt River Basin is marked by profound changes in climate and hydrology.
Multiple aquifer tests were conducted in Lovelock, Nevada, to determine hydraulic conductivity and storage properties to be used with the numerical groundwater flow model of the lower Humboldt River Basin while accounting for the influence of surface features with a modeling component. The numerical model will ultimately provide the Nevada.
Hydrogeologic framework and occurrence and movement of ground water in the Upper Humboldt River Basin, northeastern Nevada iv, 22 p. (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.
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Environmental Controls on Water Quality: Case Studies from Battle Mountain Mining District, North-Central Nevada By Michele L.W. Tuttle, Richard B. Wanty, and Byron R. Berger Chapter A of Geoenvironmental Investigations of the Humboldt River Basin, Northern Nevada Edited by Lisa L.
Stillings U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin A. The upper basin above Palisade Canyon composes less than 30% of the drainage area but provides all of the water for the lower basin.
The Mary's River from its headwaters to the Humboldt is 92km in length. From its confluence with the Mary's River the Humboldt River flows km past the towns of Elko and Carlin, Nevada, to Palisade Canyon (Fig.
Camping on the lower Humboldt River is primitive. Much of the lower river flows through private property and anglers should contact the landowner for permission to access the river or to camp.
Pertinent Information. Flows in the river fluctuate between 13 and cubic feet per second. Station Number Station name Long-term mean flow 5/27 Gage height, feet Dis-charge, ft3/s Date/Time Undefined: MEADOW VALLEY WASH NR ROX, NV.Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Hydrogeologic framework and occurrence and movement of ground water in the upper Humboldt River basin, northeastern Nevada.The Little Chino sub-basin, in the upper Verde River watershed, is the smallest of the three sub-basins in the study area and has had the greatest groundwater development.
The regional aquifer underlying the sub-basin is composed of sedimentary, volcanic, and basin-fill deposits of Quaternary and Tertiary age.