2 edition of Salt chemistry effects on salinity assessment in the Arkansas River Basin, Colorado found in the catalog.
Salt chemistry effects on salinity assessment in the Arkansas River Basin, Colorado
Curtis Allen Cooper
|Statement||submitted by Curtis Allen Cooper, Grant Cardon, Jessica Davis.|
|Series||Completion report -- no. 206, Completion report (Colorado Water Resources Research Institute) -- no. 206.|
|Contributions||Cardon, G. E., Davis, Jessica., Colorado Water Resources Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||S595 .C66 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||2008397245|
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Salt chemistry effects on salinity assessment in the Arkansas River Basin, Colorado» Salt chemistry effects on salinity assessment in the Arkansas River Basin, Colorado. Average Rating. Author. Cooper, Curtis Allen. Publisher. Colorado Water Resources Research Institute. Pub. Date  Language.
The model is applied to a km² salinity-impaired irrigated region within the Arkansas River Valley in southeastern Colorado, and tested against root zone soil salinity, groundwater salt ion. Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management, second edition, considers worldwide salinity and trace element management in irrigated agriculture and water supplies.
The Paradox Valley in southwestern Colorado is a collapsed anticline formed by movement of the salt-rich Paradox Formation at the core of the anticline.
The salinity of the Dolores River, a tributary of the Colorado River, increases substantially as it crosses the valley because of discharge of brine-rich groundwater derived from the underlying. Salt Flushing, Salt Storage, and Controls on Selenium and Uranium: A Year Mass-Balance Analysis of an Irrigated, Semiarid Valley Carleton R.
Bern, Michael J. Holmberg, and Zachary D. Kisfalusi Research Impact Statement: Wet years ﬂushed salts from the landscape to the Arkansas River the same or. Salinity is a long-recognized problem in the Arkansas Basin and depresses crop yields 11–19% in Colorado, with likely greater effects downstream in Kansas (Burkhalter and Gates,Miles, ).
The trace elements Se and U also reach problematic concentrations in the Arkansas River (Gates et al.,Miller et al.,Zielinski et Author: Carleton R. Bern, Michael J. Holmberg, Zachary D. Kisfalusi. Correlation of Direct and Indirect Methods of Salinity Assessment in the Arkansas River Basin, Colorado.
Final Report, NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates Program * Vlachos, E.C, Gates, T.F, Cardon, G., (). The waters of Israel-Palestine-Jordan: Implications of scarcity for irrrigated agriculture. A salinity reactive transport and equilibrium chemistry model for regional-scale agricultural groundwater systems This study was made possible by the cooperative assistance of more than landowners in Colorado’s Lower Arkansas River Basin and by numerous water agencies.
PersonAssessment of long-term salinity changes in an Cited by: 3. Climate change will likely decrease the river’s flow by 5 to 20 percent in the next 40 years, says geoscientist Brad Udall, director of the University of Colorado Western Water : Sarah Zielinski.
uranium in the Arkansas River Basin, based on retrospective data. Summaries of previous investigations, including those listed here, are provided in Miller and others ().
Various publications documenting ongoing research by Colorado State University in the Lower Arkansas River Basin are available (Colorado State University, ).Author: Tamara Ivahnenko, Roderick F.
Ortiz, Robert W. Stogner. Deacon, J.R., and Mize, S.V.,Effects of water quality and habitat on composition of fish communities in the Upper Colorado River Basin: U.S. Geological Survey Fact. River Basin Salinity Planning The majority of Section planning efforts are directed towards identifying measures required, to control salinity in individually irrigated areas or subbasins.
However, plans must also be developed for the entire river basin in order to determine the level of the programs to be imple- mented. For several years, Colorado State University has been documenting flow and water quality conditions in Colorado’s Lower Arkansas River Valley with the goal of providing data and models that water users and managers can use to enhance both agriculture and the environment in the Valley.
Extensive measurements are being made in the field, and. Abstract Salinity, selenium, and uranium pose water‐quality challenges for the Arkansas River in southeastern Colorado and other rivers that support irrigation in semiarid regions.
This study used. Katie Walton-Day. Research Hydrologist / Water Quality Specialist P.H,Preliminary assessment of the effects of acid mine drainage on ground water beneath a wetland near Leadville, Colorado, in Mallard, G.E., and Ragone, S.E., eds., U.S.
Geological Survey Toxic Substances Hydrology Program, proceedings of the technical meeting. The same maps used for water and salt balance modeling were also used in a regional assessment of the economic impact of water supply and salinity in the river basin (Houck et al., ).
Field-scale models of the effects of salinity on plant growth have also been developed as a part of this project in previous years (Shani et al., ; Walker. The Dead Sea (Hebrew: יָם הַמֶּלַח Yam ha-Melah lit.
Sea of Salt; Arabic: البحر الميت Al-Bahr al-Mayyit or Buhayrat, Bahret or Birket Lut, lit. "Lake/Sea of Lot") is a salt lake bordered by Jordan to the east and Israel and the West Bank to the west. It lies in the Jordan Rift Valley, and its main tributary is the Jordan River.
Its surface and shores are metres Coordinates: 31°30′N 35°30′E /. Freeman report which was submitted for their review. The Colorado River is situated in the southwestern United States and extends 1, miles from the Continental Divide in the Rocky Mountains of north central Colorado to the Gulf of California, Its river basin covers an area ofsquare miles or approximately one-twelfth of the continental United States.
This is the first coordinated large-scale salinity mapping effort in the U.S. and is providing a detailed inventory of salt-affected soils lower Colorado River Basin. The developed technologies and software are being utilized in other large scale mapping projects in the southwest as well as in Australia C: None.
D: None. Lindauer, Ivo E. A comparison of the plant communities of the South Platte and Arkansas River drainages in eastern Colorado. The Southwestern Naturalist. 28(3):  Llerena V., F. Massive propagation of halophytes (Distichlis spicata and Tamarix spp.) on the highly saline-alkaline soils in the ex-Lake Texcoco.
Arkansas River Basin salinity and waterlogging issues. Between I worked on monitoring and modeling salinity issues at the field scale in the Arkansas River Basin in Colorado. I was the PI on a $, three-year USDA water quality grant that worked towards implementation of some of the remediation strategies in a large area of the.This bibliography includes a majority of references used in the Colorado Ground Water Atlas along with pertinent entries gathered in the updating process.
For users of the various GIS datasets, the metadata included there provides as much information on the provenance of the data as we have available.Fernandez, Mario, Jr.,Salinity characteristics and distribution and effects of alternative plans for fresh-water withdrawal, Little Manatee River estuary and adjacent areas of Tampa Bay, Florida: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report45 p.