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Undepleted natural flow of the upper Klamath River : natural inflow to, natural losses from, and natural outfall of Upper Klamath Lake to the Link River and of Lower Klamath Lake to the Klamath River at Keno

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Title Undepleted natural flow of the upper Klamath River : natural inflow to, natural losses from, and natural outfall of Upper Klamath Lake to the Link River and of Lower Klamath Lake to the Klamath River at Keno
Creator United States. Bureau of Reclamation. Denver Office. Technical Service Center
Subject Hydrology -- Klamath River Watershed (Oregon and California); Hydrologic models -- Klamath River Watershed (Oregon and California); Streamflow -- Klamath River (Oregon and California); Water diversion -- Environmental aspects -- Klamath River Watershed (Oregon and California); Klamath River Watershed (Oregon and California)
Description A monthly natural flow history was determined for the 1949 to 2000 period at the Keno gage of the Upper Klamath River basin in south-central Oregon. Included within the evaluation is an assessment of natural flows for the same period at the outfall of Upper Klamath Lake, which forms the head of the Link River at Klamath Falls, Oregon. Flow past the Link River gage is tributary to the Klamath River above Lower Klamath Lake. These natural flows were determined using standard and accepted... "Final draft"-Cover; "December 2004."; Includes bibliographical references (p. 77-90) Contents - Preface Executive summary Parti: General Overview Introduction Study objective Results Study elements Evaluation of pre-development conditions above Link River gage Evaluation of pre-development conditions,Link River gage to Keno Simulation of Upper and Lower Klamath Lakes as natural water bodies An overview of methods used Crop and marshland evapotranspiration determinations Calculation of lake open-water surface evaporation Adjustment of gaged flow records to undepleted natural... TECHNICAL SERVICE CENTER Denver, Colorado UNDEPLETED NATURAL FLOW OF THE UPPER KLAMATH RIVER Final Draft Text for Review Prepared by Water Resources Services Water Supply, Use, and Conservation Group D- 8520, Technical Service Center Denver U. S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation July 26, 2004 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR The mission of the Department of the Interior is to protect and provide access to our Nation= s natural and cultural heritage and honor our trust...
Contributor United States. Bureau of Reclamation. Denver Office. Water Resources Services; United States. Bureau of Reclamation. Klamath Basin Area Office
Source Originally published as: Undepleted natural flow of the upper Klamath River : natural inflow to, natural losses from, and natural outfall of Upper Klamath Lake to the Link River and of Lower Klamath Lake to the Klamath River at Keno (Klamath Falls, Or. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Klamath Basin Area Office, [2004])
Publisher Oregon Institute of Technology. Library
Rights Digital image copyright 2005, Oregon Institute of Technology. All rights reserved. http://digitallib.oit.edu/cdm/copyright/collection/kwl
Relation Digital reproduction of item held by Oregon Institute of Technology Library: http://140.211.132.11/search/o?57481238
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Identifier OIT-9-Nov-2004-526 GB1225.O7 U43 2004 http://digitallib.oit.edu/cdm/ref/collection/kwl/id/488
Date 2005-02-10 2004-11-09
Type text
Language en

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