3 edition of Great Salt Lake basins study unit. found in the catalog.
Great Salt Lake basins study unit.
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Salt Lake City, Utah?
Written in English
|Other titles||National Water-Quality Assessment Program.|
|Series||USGS fact sheet -- FS-132-99., Fact sheet (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- FS-99-132.|
|Contributions||National Water-Quality Assessment Program (U.S.), Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
The Great Salt Lake is located in the Northwest section of Utah and has eight official islands. The largest is Fremont Island in the Northeastern part of the lake. The Great Salt Lake has an average depth of 13 feet, and is 34 feet deep at its deepest point. Salt Lake City, the state’s capital is located north-central part of the state. The study area is in north central Utah and includes all drainage basins that drain into the Great Salt Lake from the east (Fig. 1). Urban development is most extensive in the alluvial valleys and along the narrow benches of the Wasatch Front. Steep topography and exten-sive publicly owned lands have limited devel-opment at higher elevations.
The Great Salt Lake occupies a low basin, known as the Great Basin which extends across much of western Utah to the Nevada border. This large basin was once entirely filled with a massive lake called Lake Bonneville ab years ago, which extended into Cache Valley, draining into the Snake River valley toward the north in Idaho. The Mormon Trail extends from Nauvoo, Illinois, which was the principal settlement of the Latter Day Saints from to , to Salt Lake City, Utah, which was settled by Brigham Young and his followers beginning in From Council Bluffs, Iowa to Fort Bridger in Wyoming, the trail follows much the same route as the Oregon Trail and the California Trail; these trails are .
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These study units cover areas from less than to greater t mi 2 and incorporate from about 60 to 70 percent of the Nation’s water use and population served by public water supply. Inassessment activities began in the Great Salt Lake Basins NAWQA study unit. in the Great Salt Lake Basin NAWQA tudy unit.
Description of the Great Salt Lake Basins study unit Most of mj2 Great Salt Lake Basins study unit is in Utah but also includes areas in Idaho and Wyoming. The study unit encompasses three major river systems that enter Great Salt Lake; the Bear, the Weber, and the : Kidd M.
Waddell, Robert L. Baskin. Some forty-seven individuals, each specialists in some aspect of the lake, or its environs, have contributed to the articles in this compilation. The resulting volume contains seven sections on the history and recreation, geology and geophysics, chemistry, lake industries, hydrology and climatology, biology, and engineering of the Great Salt Lake.
Great Salt Lake, lake in northern Utah, U.S., the largest inland body of salt water in the Western Hemisphere and one of the most saline inland bodies of water in the world. The lake is fed by the Bear, Weber, and Jordan rivers and has no outlet.
The lake has fluctuated greatly in size, depending on the rates of evaporation and the flow of the rivers that feed it. Abstract. This report contains the major findings of a – assessment of water quality in the Great Salt Lake Basins. It is one of a series of reports by the National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program that present major findings in 51 major river basins and aquifer systems across the Nation.
The Great Salt Lake, located in the northern part of the U.S. state of Utah, is the largest salt water lake in the Western Hemisphere, and the eighth-largest terminal lake in the world.
In an average year the lake covers an area of approximately 1, square miles (4, km 2), but the lake's size fluctuates substantially due to its shallowness. For instance, in it reached its. square-mile Great Salt Lake Basins study unit encompasses three major river systems that enter Great Salt Lake: the Bear, the Weber, and the Utah Lake/Jordan River systems.
The environmental setting of the study unit includes natural and human-related factors that potentially influence the physical, chemical, and/or biological. Location of Great Salt Lake Basins study unit. 3 2. Current and historical distribution of (a) Bonneville cutthroat trout, (b) June sucker, (c) least chub, (d) leatherside chub, and (e) spotted frog, in the Great Salt Lake Basins study unit.
7 3. The Great Basin is the largest area of contiguous endorheic watersheds in North spans nearly all of Nevada, much of Oregon and Utah, and portions of California, Idaho, and is noted for both its arid climate and the basin and range topography that varies from the North American low point at Badwater Basin in Death Valley to the highest point of the.
Yellowstone River Basin Data Surface-water, ground -water, and ecology data from the Yellowstone River Basin NAWQA study unit and other study units that overlap into Wyoming, such as the Upper Snake River, the Great Salt Lake Basins, and the South Platte River study units, also are available from the NAWQA Data Warehouse.
The Great Salt Lake Basins (GRSL) National Water Quality Assessment (NAWQA) was one of 51 study units across the country. Started inthe long-term goals of this program were to describe the status and trends in the quality of a large, representative part of the Nation's surface.
Great Salt Lake Basins Study Unit, NAWQA USGS Drought Watch - U.S Map of Drought and Low Flow Conditions USGS WaterWatch - Real-time Streamflow Map for the Great Basin Region- HUC Inassessment activities began in the Great Salt Lake Basins NAWQA study unit.
Most of square-mile Great Salt Lake Basins study is in Utah but also includes areas in Idaho and Wyoming. The study area encompasses three major river systems that enter Great Salt Lake--the Bear, the Weber, and the Jordan.
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Get this from a library. Water-quality assessment of the Great Salt Lake basins, Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming: environmental setting and study design. [Robert L Baskin; Geological Survey (U.S.); National Water-Quality Assessment Program (U.S.);]. Data collected in the Yellowstone River basin since are available from this link.
Data from the Yellowstone River Basin NAWQA study unit and other study units that overlap into Wyoming, such as the Upper Snake River, the Great Salt Lake Basins, and the South Platte River study units, also are available from the.
Some regions, such as the Great Salt Lake Basin, have this that does not reach the ocean, the only outlets being evaporation and subsurface gravitational flow.
Great Salt Lake Basins Study Unit, NAWQA; USGS Drought Watch - U.S Map of Drought and Low Flow Conditions; USGS WaterWatch - Real-time Streamflow Map for the Great Basin Region- HUC 16; USGS WaterWatch - Real-time Floods and High Flow Conditions Map for the Great Basin Region - HUC 16; USGS GIS Spatial Data Sets Available on the WRD NSDI Node.
The Great Salt Lake Basins, Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming is one of 51 study units in the United States where the status and trends of water quality, and the factors controlling water quality, are being studied by the National Water-Quality Assessment Program of the U.S.
Geological Survey. square-mile Great Salt Lake Basins study unit encompasses three major river. The Great Salt Lake Basins (GRSL) study unit of the National Water-Quality Assessment program encompasses the Bear River, Weber River, and Utah Lake/Jordan River systems, all of which discharge to Great Salt Lake in Utah.
Data were collected during each month at 10 sites in the GRSL study unit from October to September to define spatial and temporal .Selected nitrogen and phosphorus (nutrient), suspended-sediment and total suspended-solids surface-water data were compiled from January through December within the Great Salt Lake Basins National Water-Quality Assessment study unit, which extends from southeastern Idaho to west-central Utah and from Great Salt Lake to the Wasatch and .Great Salt Lake Studies Study Information.
Regions L2 Menu. Overview; Region 1: North Atlantic-Appalachian Columbia-Pacific Northwest Region California-Great Basin Region Alaska Region Pacific Islands (American Samoa, Hawaii, Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Salt Lake City, UT United States.