Evaluation of four instream flow methodologies used on the Yampa and White rivers, Colorado

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Statement by C.G. Prewitt and C.A. Carlson ; prepared for Bureau of Land Management and Western Energy and Land Use Team
Series Biological sciences series ; $v no. 2, Biological sciences series (United States. Bureau of Land Management) -- no. 2.
ContributionsCarlson, C. A., United States. Bureau of Land Management, Western Energy and Land Use Team
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Evaluation of four instream flow methodologies used on the Yampa and White rivers, Colorado Evaluation of four instream flow methodologies used on the Yampa and White rivers, Colorado by Prewitt, C.

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Comparative evaluation of four instream flow methodologies as used on the Yampa and White Rivers, Colorado. United States Bureau of Land Management, Colorado Office, Biological Sciences Series 2, Denver.

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Wang and Ronnie J. Kernehan. Comparative evaluation of four instream flow methodologies as used on the Yampa and White Rivers, Colorado. United States Bureau of Land Management, Colorado Office, Biological Sciences Series 2, Denver.

LFL– Snyder, D. Characteristics for. Station Number Station name Date/Time Gage height, feet Dis-charge, ft3/s Long-term mean flow 2/26 Long-term median flow 2/ COLORADO'S INSTREAM FLOW PROGRAM: PROTECTING FREE-FLOWING STREAMS IN A WATER CONSUMPTIVE STATE I.

INTRODUCTION The roots of instream flow protection in Colorado extend into the during negotiations over the transmountain Fryingpan-Arkansas Project.

Controversy arose over operation of this project which transports supplies from the Cited by: 1. Review of aquatic species habitat simulation method and modelling The model will be used for evaluation of the effects of different sluice management schemes on outer dike plant zonation in.

Previous research on environmental flows (e-flows) of urban rivers usually assumes that the channel morphology is fixed. However, due to the trapping of sediments by weirs, the channel morphology will undergo significant changes.

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Evaluation of Trends in pH in the Yampa River, Northwestern Colorado, – by Daniel T. Chafin Available from the U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services, BoxDenver Federal Center, Denver, COUSGS Water-Resources Investigations Report41 p., 25 figs.

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Mar 28, 03 State Of Colorado Yampa River Basin Study. Mar 28. This study is intended to inform local, state, and federal planning efforts as to the full range and quality of recreational boating opportunities for the Wild and Scenic suitable Yampa River, as well as the Elk and White Rivers, and their tributaries.

Your participation in the flow survey is requested. This approach can be used when the field data necessary for more complex methods is not available. These require the defining of the environmental suitability of a watercourse for certain designated reference fish species, according to the flow and the morphology of the dsc-sports.com by: Estimating the Economic Benefits of Maintaining Peak Instream Flows in the Poudre River through Fort Collins, Colorado Dr.

John Loomis, Economist Executive Summary The economic benefits to a random sample of Fort Collins residents were estimated using a simulated market method recommended for use by federal agenciesCited by: 3. _____, Evaluation of the standards and methods used for quantifying instream flows in Colorado: Denver, CO, Water Conservation Board, 18 p.

Instream Flow Council,Instream flows for riverine Resources stewardship: Instream Flow Council, p. Western Energy and Land Use Team: Instream flow strategies for California / (Fort Collins, Colo.: Dept.

of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Biological Services, Western Energy and Land Use Team, ), also by Wayne Nelson, Martin Lewis, Gerry Horak, and Biological Services Program (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust). Instream flow studies on Cliff Creek, a tributary of the Hoback River.

Mike Robertson, Fisheries Biologist, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Bishop Blvd, Cheyenne, WY Abstract.

Two segments were selected for instream flow water rights filing consideration on Cliff Creek, a tributary of the Hoback River near Bondurant, WY. of the Colorado River Basin A Report Prepared for the Nature Conservancy Dr.

Pamela Kaval Many studies attempted to determine the value of instream flow and riparian habitat. These water water level in relation to white water rafting in Colorado (Note: Not Colorado River Basin Specific) $49 million decrease in annualCited by: 3.

Decades down the Road: An Analysis of Instream Flow Programs in Colorado and the Western United States [Colorado Water Conservation Board] on dsc-sports.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Colorado State Publications Library (CoSPL) was established by the General Assembly in as a part of the Colorado State Library and the Colorado Department of dsc-sports.com: Paperback.

Jun 01,  · Yampa-White Basin Watershed Flow Evaluation Tool Final Report. Report Published on June 1, 5/1/ Stakeholders in the Yampa and White Watersheds in northwest Colorado expressed interest in quantifying the flows needed to sustain conservation and recreation values associated with streams and rivers.

Yampa-White Basin Roundtable. Development of Instream Flow Recommendations in Colorado Using R2CROSS [Dept.

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Instream Flow Evaluation Method Hydrologic drought determination - 7-day daily average instream flows calculated for each date South Platte data set - January to December (construction of Chatfield Reservoir was completed in ). Cherry Creek data set – March to December (gap in flow data prior to ).

Comparison of –18 water years and historical water-quality data, Yampa River Basin, Colorado. References. 5 CCRregulation no. 93, Colorado's section (d) list of impaired waters and monitoring and evaluation list, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Water Quality Control Commission [variously paginated].

Comparison of –18 water years and historical water-quality data, Yampa River Basin, Colorado The concern levels are consistent with the methods used by the State of Colorado to assess whether stream water-quality standards are being attained. in both streams and rivers, and lakes and reservoir systems, is based upon the 85th.

Hydrologic-based environmental flow assessment methodologies are the most frequently used methodologies used to make environmental flow recommendations. The Montana method, or a derivation of the original, is routinely used in 16 US states or Canadian provinces in North America and is now the most commonly applied hydrologic environmental flow Author: Joshua M.

Silvis, Brian C. Benson, Michael L. Shema, Mark R. Haibach. The water resources of the Upper Colorado River Basin have been extensively developed for water supply, irrigation, and power generation through water storage in upstream reservoirs during spring runoff and subsequent releases during the remainder of the year.

The net effect of water-resource development has been to substantially modify the predevelopment annual hydrograph as well as the. This report documents water quality and suspended sediment with an emphasis on evaluating the effects of stormflow on Fountain Creek Basin in the vicinity of Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Water-quality data collected at 11 sites between and were used to evaluate the effects of stormflow on water quality. Suspended-sediment data collected at seven sites from through were used. WESTERN WATER ASSESSMENT WHITE PAPER The Colorado Basin River Forecast Center and the Upper Yampa Water Conservancy District Western Area Power Administration protecting water rights for instream flow, making sure treatment plants have water.

Nov 03,  · The Colorado River has experienced a 7-percent decline in water flow over the last 30 years, according to a new USGS study. It's believed that. What and Where Are Designated Groundwater Basins and What and Where Are the Denver Basin Groundwater Aquifers Presented by Robert Longenbaugh Consultant Water Engineer Stoney Creek Dr.

Fort Collins, CO Presented to the Water Resources Review Committee, Colorado Legislature September 4. Nov 18,  · This boon is the result of collaborative efforts among Pitkin County, the Colorado Water Conservation Board (“CWCB”), and the Colorado Water Trust (“CWT”). Pitkin County has agreed to allow numerous water rights it owns to stay in local rivers, rather than be used for irrigation or other uses.Instream Flow Council – Instream flow and stream ecology literature – December 4, - HB.

(Eds.), An evaluation of methodologies for assessing. the effects of flow fluctuation on stream fish.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Biological Report 82 (63): FWS/OBB3 82/Station Number Station name Date/Time Gage height, feet Dis-charge, ft3/s Long-term mean flow 2/23 Long-term median flow 2/