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Yakima Basin level B study of the water and related land resources
Pacific Northwest River Basins Commission. Washington State Study Team.
|Other titles||Yakima River Basin level B study of the water and related land resources.|
|Statement||[submitted by Pacific Northwest River Basins Commission].|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. in various pagings ;|
|Number of Pages||45|
Ebbert, J.C., and Embrey, S.S., , Pesticides in surface water of the Yakima River Basin, Washington, Their occurrence and an assessment of factors affecting concentrations and loads: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report , 49 p. The location and setting of the study area, the development of water resources in the basin, and an overview of the geology are presented to provide a general background for understanding the study area. Location and Setting. The Yakima River Basin aquifer system underlies about 6, mi 2 in south-central Washington.
CH2M Hill, , Yakima Valley Water Management Study: A Status Report on Water Quality Investigations, Yakima River Basin, Washington. CH2M Hill, . Roza Irrigation District Ground Water Supply Study: Report for Yakima River Basin Water Enhancement Project Water in the Lower Yakima River Basin, Washington Hydrology of the Upper Yakima River Basin, Washington - Agricultural Chemicals Pilot Study Yakima County Study Area--Sampling and Analysis Plan -
Location of the Yakima River Basin and vicinity: PDF ( KB) Location of inventoried wells in the Yakima River Basin and vicinity: PDF ( MB) Location of wells with water-level measurements in the Yakima River Basin and vicinity: PDF ( MB) Field visited wells in the Yakima ground-water study area: PDF ( MB). The Cle Elum pool raise project is part of the Yakima Basin integrated water plan that aims to improve water resources throughout the region. (Photo courtesy Kirsten Strough/ment of the.
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Yakima Basin Ground Water Studies. The groundwater resources of the Yakima Basin are the focus of this cooperative study between the: Bureau of Reclamation. United States Geological Survey (USGS) Washington State Department of Ecology. Yakama Nation. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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[Vancouver, Wash]: The Commission, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Pacific Northwest River.
The Yakima River Basin is one of the most intensively irrigated areas in the United States. Population in the Yakima River Basin was aboutin Increasing demands for water for municipal, fisheries, agricultural, industrial, and recreational uses will affect the ground-water resources of the basin.
Year Published: Assessment of Eutrophication in the Lower Yakima River Basin, Washington, In response to concerns that excessive plant growth in the lower Yakima River in south-central Washington was degrading water quality and affecting recreational use, the U.S.
Geological Survey and the South Yakima Conservation District conducted an assessment of eutrophication in the lower. The Yakima Basin Integrated Water Management Plan offers a commonsense approach to solving decades of water conflicts in the Yakima River Basin.
It offers a year vision for responding to drought and changing climate, assuring water is clean and ample, and lands are both protected and productive for growing communities and the natural environment.
The congressional objectives of the YRBWEP study were to develop a plan that would provide supplemental water for presently irrigated lands, water for new lands within the Yakama Indian Reservation, water for increased instream flows for aquatic life, and a comprehensive plan for efficient management of basin water supplies.
Early in the YRBWEP. 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.
Click on gaging stations (red dots) for streamflow hydrographs. Yakima River Basin Integrated Water Resource Plan Final Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS) PDF mb: 03/ Executive Summary for the Final PEIS PDF mb: 02/ Yakima River Basin Integrated Water Resources Management Plan Final Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act Report PDF mb: 11/ The US Bureau of reclamation Reclamation and the washington Dept.
of Ecology, working with the Yakima River Basin Water Enhancement Project (YRBWEP) Workgroup (composed ofrepresentatives ofthe Yakama Nation, Federal, State, county, and city governments, environmental organizations, and irrigation districts), developed the proposed Integrated.
TS-YSS A High-Level Class 1 Inventory of Cultural Resources for the Yakima River Basin Storage Study in Benton, Kittitas, and Yakima Counties, Washington PDF kb: 01/ TS-YSS Economics Technical Report for the Yakima River Basin PDF mb: 01/ TS-YSS Aquatic Ecosystem Evaluation for the Yakima River Basin PDF mb: Study Process and Timeline.
Basic data and information generally common to storage alternatives will be collected, compiled, and analyzed. This includes: the identification of water supply needs for agriculture, fisheries, and municipal purposes; a determination of the current shortage of water supply to meet these needs; and the availability of water for additional use from the Yakima and.
Get this from a library. Hudson River Basin level B water and related land resources study: present legal institutional structures for water resources management. [E F Roberts; Cornell Law School.;]. Yakima County performs permit compliance tasks for the urban areas of Yakima County associated with permitted cities (Selah, Sunnyside, and Union Gap).
Yakima Basin Water Resources Division Initiatives: Participation within and links to: Basin Fish and Habitat Recovery. Lower Naches River Coordination Partnership. Water Storage Studies. In the U.S. Geological Survey initiated the National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program to assess the status and trends in the quality of freshwater streams and aquifers, and to provide a sound understanding of the natural and human factors that affect the quality of these part of the program, investigations will be conducted in 59 areas--called study units (click opens.
Reclamation has implemented the WaterSMART Basin Study Program to define options for future water management of Western river basins. The Yakima Basin Study will result in an Integrated Water Resources Development Plan for Climate change in the Yakima Basin: Implications for aquatic habitat and water management.
Tohver, Ingrid M. (Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington., ). The Yakima Basin Integrated Plan is about making sure Washington’s Yakima Basin is always a great place for fish, families and farms.
An Innovative Solution To restore the health and integrity of the Yakima River Basin we must balance the needs of people with the needs of the land. The Yakima Basin Integrated Water Resource Management Plan, or IP, is a comprehensive plan to address water-related problems in the Yakima River watershed.
Participants in the IP process include federal and state agencies, the Yakama Nation, irrigation districts, cities, counties, and environmental advocacy groups.Study area and background - The Yakima River Basin is situated in eastern Washington, has a drainage area of about 6, square miles, and produces an average annual runoff of 3, cubic feet per second.
The river basin heads on the east slope of the Cascade Range where annual precipitation is more than 90 inches and terminates where the river.Groundwater in the Yakima River Basin Mapped Groundwater Levels and Described Flow System.
Groundwater Use Related Water Rights to Wells Estimated Groundwater Pumpage from to Compiled Observed and (or) Estimated Surface-Water Diversions--Monthly for to Water-Level .