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Surface water-quality characteristics in the upper North Fork Gunnison River Basin, Colorado
J. Michael Norris
|Other titles||Surface water quality characteristics in the upper North Fork Gunnison River Basin, Colorado.|
|Statement||by J. Michael Norris.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 86-4152.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
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SURFACE WATER-QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS IN THE UPPER NORTH FORK GUNNISON RIVER BASIN, COLORADO By J. Michael Norris ABSTRACT Analyses of water-quality data collected during and in the upper North Fork Gunnison River basin indicate that dissolved-solids concen trations are relatively small, with a mean value near 97 milligrams per siyamiozkan.com by: 1.
Analyses of water quality data collected during and in the upper North Fork Gunnison River basin indicate that dissolved-solids concentrations are relatively small, with a mean value near 97 milligrams per liter. Most major dissolved constituents also had small measured concentrations throughout the study area.
Get this from a library. Surface water-quality characteristics in the upper North Fork Gunnison River Basin, Colorado. [J Michael Norris; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Our mission is to be “your source of information on water resources in the Gunnison River Basin”.This means we want to provide easy to find, clear and understandable water resource data, news and intelligence related to the many issues on Gunnison River in Colorado.
The foundation for all water use, non-consumptive and consumptive, is water quality. The pages featured here, Salinity Control and Selenium Management, highlight two issues that dominate the Gunnison River Basin, however other’s can and do exist.
Surface-water-quality data were compiled for sites in the upper Gunnison River watershed. Most values of surface-water temperature, dissolved oxygen, and pH were within Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) in-stream standards.
The upper reaches of the North Fork of the Gunnison River have been an area of active coal mining for many years. Recently, concerns about impacts of coal mining on surface-water quality have been raised. To answer these concerns, information on existing, or background, water quality must be known.
To obtain this information for the study area, a program for the synoptic collection of water. The Navajo were an Athabaskan people who migrated from the north into the Colorado River basin around A.D.
They soon established themselves as the dominant Native American tribe in the Colorado River basin, and their territory stretched over parts of present-day Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado – in the original homelands of the ⁃ location: Rocky Mountains, Colorado, United States.
(The “Metro Basin” is not a natural river basin, but much of Colorado’s water nonetheless accumulates there.) The four Colorado River basins west of the Divide constitute just 11 percent of the state’s population today, with the Upper Colorado River (red layer) representing more than half of that.
Comparison of –18 water years and historical water-quality data, Upper Gunnison River Basin, Colorado. References. The basic standards and methodologies for surface water regulation no. Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Daily discharge, cubic feet per second -- statistics for Feb 7 based on 86 water years of record more; Most Recent Instantaneous Value Feb 7 Min () 25th.
Comparison of –17 water years and historical water-quality data, Lower Gunnison River Basin, Colorado. Definition of terms. physical characteristics or water quality characteristics of a watercourse are determined to change significantly enough to require a change in use classifications and/or water quality standards.
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Description of the North Fork Valley The North Fork of the Gunnison River (North Fork) watershed is located in western Colorado’s Gunnison and Delta counties (Figure ). The North Fork flows through the towns of Paonia and Hotchkiss before converging with the.
USGS GUNNISON RIVER NEAR GUNNISON, CO. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Colorado Water Science Center, as part of the USGS National Streamflow Information Program (NSIP). Current shift adjusted rating table. What is a shift adjusted stage-discharge rating table.
The county does not own and operate water monitors to evaluate water quality. It participates with and provides support for the U.S. geologic survey Upper Gunnison River Watershed-Assessment of historical and current water-quality conditions.
U.S. Department of Energy. DistrictGunnison River Basin: Water District Vulnerability Number Monitoring Capacity: Overall Weighted Vulnerability Score East Basin River 59 8 San Miguel River Basin 60 5 North Fork 40 20 Upper Gunnison River 62 5 Upper Uncompahgre River 68 7 Tomichi Creek 28 6 Dolores River Basin 63 0 Here’s the announcement from the organizers — the Grand Mesa Water Conservancy District and the Water Center at Colorado Mesa University.
The public is invited to come and learn about water issues facing Colorado, the Gunnison River Basin and the Surface Creek Valley. More Surface Creek Watershed coverage here. Water quality is a concern, particularly related to selenium and salinity issues. Gunnison River Basin Basin Description: The Gunnison River Basin stretches more than square miles of western Colorado, extending from the Continental Divide to the confluence of the Gunnison and Colorado Rivers near Grand Junction.
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May 09, · More than half of the streamflow in the Upper Colorado River Basin originates as groundwater, according to a new U.S. Geological Survey study .“The Slate River Valley contains a remarkable concentration of high quality wetlands, the protection of which is very important to our community.
These wetlands provide habitat for birds, fish and mammals, as well as important water quality functions,” she said. More Gunnison River basin coverage here.Daily discharge, cubic feet per second -- statistics for Feb 6 based on 86 water years of record more; Most Recent Instantaneous Value Feb 6 Min () 25th.