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Watershed-scale research from many perspectives
D. O. Rosenberry
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?
Written in English
|Other titles||Watershed scale research from many perspectives., Interdisciplinary Research Initiative at the Shingobee River headwaters area, Minnesota.|
|Series||USGS fact sheet -- 044-98., Fact sheet (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- FS-98-044.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
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Feb 09, · Storage in floodplains can lead to more rapid decay than in an anaerobic environment, resulting in the subsequent removal of LW pieces from the system. Our review presents a generalized view of LW processing at the watershed scale, and is relevant to ecosystem management, disaster prevention and the identification of knowledge natalierosedodd.com by: Simulation Modeling for the Watershed-scale Assessment of Conservation Practices. Thirteen agricultural watershed projects were funded jointly by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to evaluate the effects of cropland and pastureland conservation practices.
expertise drawn from diverse disciplinary perspectives. The challenge to ecological economics at the watershed scale is thus to provide a decision framework that is both normative and positive. The description of the system (positive analysis) should be open to multiple metrics and points of view, while advice to decision-makers. At the watershed scale, soil moisture is the major control for rainfall–runoff response, especially where saturation excess runoff processes dominate. From the ecological point of view, the pools of soil moisture are fundamental ecosystem resources providing the transpirable water for natalierosedodd.com by:
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Watershed-scale research from many perspectives the Interdisciplinary Research Initiative at the Shingobee River headwaters area, Minnesota Sound management of our Nation's water resources requires understanding of the fundamental physical, biological, and chemical processes that take place in watersheds.
The InterdisciplinaryCited by: 1. Watershed-scale research from many perspectives: the Interdisciplinary Research Initiative at the Shingobee River headwaters area, Minnesota. Commonly, water quality assessment at the watershed scale is accomplished using two techniques: (a) watershed monitoring and (b) watershed modeling.
Watershed models provide a tool for linking pollutants to the receiving streams. Models provide quick and cost-effective assessment of water Cited by: 3.
Recent research has elucidated the positive ecological roles of large wood (LW) in fish-bearing channels. However, where logjams increase local flooding and bank erosion, LW has negative impacts on public safety and property protection.
Modeling the impacts of urbanization on watershed-scale gross primary productivity and tradeoffs with water yield across the conterminous United States Author links open overlay panel Cheng Li a b Ge Sun c Erika Cohen c Yindan Zhang d e f Jingfeng Xiao g Steven G.
McNulty c Ross K. Meentemeyer d eAuthor: Cheng Li, Ge Sun, Erika Cohen, Yindan Zhang, Yindan Zhang, Jingfeng Xiao, Steven G. McNulty, Ross K. Ecosystem Analysis at the Watershed Scale: Federal Guide for Watershed Analysis - Section II 1 Overview Introduction Watershed analysis is a procedure used to characterize the human, aquatic, riparian, and terrestrial features, conditions, processes, and interactions (collectively referred to as “ecosystem elements”) within a watershed.
Modeling the Impacts of Urbanization on Watershed-Scale Gross Primary Productivity and Tradeoffs with Water Yield across the Conterminous United States April Journal of Hydrology Watershed-scale research from many perspectives: the Interdisciplinary Research Initiative at the Shingobee River headwaters area, Minnesota.
Rosenberry, D.O. Watershed Scale. A watershed is a topographically defined area such that all the precipitation falling into the area leaves in a single stream. Most watersheds used in ecosystem studies are relatively small first order streams with drainage areas of ha.
About the Studies. Small watershed case studies are being conducted to complement the national assessment. These studies will provide in-depth assessments of water quality and other benefits at a finer scale than is possible for the National Assessment. Presently there are three CEAP watershed categories: ARS Benchmark Watersheds.
Aug 16, · At the watershed scale, soil moisture is the major control for rainfall–runoff response, especially where saturation excess runoff processes dominate. From the ecological point of view, the pools of soil moisture are fundamental ecosystem resources providing the transpirable water for plants.
The consideration of scale is exceptionally important in the science and management of watersheds, and managers will be less likely to make effective use of scientific information if the scale of the information is not matched to the scale of decisionmaking.
Studies of mass (water and sediment), energy, nutrients. Open Access is an initiative that aims to make scientific research freely available to all. To date our community has made over million downloads.
It’s based on principles of collaboration, unobstructed discovery, and, most importantly, scientific natalierosedodd.com by: 1. Chapter 3: Watershed-scale hydrological modeling methods and applications. In: Bradley, Paul M., ed. Current Perspectives in Contaminant Hydrology and Water Resources Sustainability.
Hydrology. ISBN Posted Date: September 24, ; Modified Date: November 13, Cited by: 3. Jan 20, · Get the most up-to-date and comprehensive guide to watershed analysis and management.
In Watersheds: Processes, Assessment, and Management, author Paul DeBarry covers aspects of watershed physical processes such as assessing, classifying, and evaluating a watershed; using GIS models for watershed assessment; and effectively planning for future use and natalierosedodd.com by:  Watershed‐scale water quality modeling requires the consideration of both point and nonpoint sources.
As these complex models are used more frequently to support planning and regulatory decisions (e.g., watershed management planning, total maximum daily load assessments), there is a need to quantify the level of uncertainty in the Cited by: MP has a number of watershed development projects like DPAP, IWDP, DDP, NWDPRA, RVP, MPRLP and DANIDA supported watersheds besides many small scale interventions by NGOs.
However projects of MoRD (DPAP, IWDP, DDP watersheds under EAS, JRY etc) constitute the majority in the state. Perhaps it is the only state in the. Watershed-scale ecological risk assessment: Project IRM-4(A), on natalierosedodd.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The discussions represent an international view and are a blend of field and watershed-scale observations and research. This book is divided into three parts: (1) shaping farmer’s decisions, (2) application to water and nutrient management, and (3) different perspectives.
The framework supports watershed-scale and transboundary governance to manage inland fisheries, and transdisciplinary projects and teams to ensure relevant and applicable monitoring and research.
We discuss concepts of social-ecological feedback and interactions of multiple stressors and factors within/between the social-ecological natalierosedodd.com by:. effects of wetland restoration activities in a watershed scale, in order to find suitable wetland restoration sites.
This paper proposes a GIS-based multi-criteria comprehensive evaluation methodology for wetland restoration suitability evaluation, by taking upstream of the Yongdinghe River as the example.Land use practices have caused stream channel incision and water table decline in many montane meadows of the Western United States.
Incision changes the magnitude and timing of streamflow in water supply source watersheds, a concern to resource managers and downstream water natalierosedodd.com by: 9.book chapter briefly reviews currently available hydrologic and water quality models, and The AnnAGNPS model is a product of the USDA Agriculture Research Service (USDA-ARS) and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS) to evaluate non- Watershed-Scale Hydrological Modeling Methods and Applications.