2 edition of Precipitation and temperature characteristics of forested watersheds in central Arizona found in the catalog.
Precipitation and temperature characteristics of forested watersheds in central Arizona
Ralph E Campbell
by Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Fort Collins, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||Ralph E. Campbell and Michael G. Ryan|
|Series||General technical report RM -- 93|
|Contributions||Ryan, Michael G, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. :|
|Number of Pages||12|
The precipitation characteristics were subjected to Pearson's correlation at 1 and 5% of significance and the events that produced sediments in each watershed were hierarchically grouped by hierarchical cluster analysis technique. Two hundred precipitation events were recorded, with 23 (RC), 18 (TC) and 43 (DC) events producing by: 2. forested watershed is the sum of transpiration (water removed from the soil and used by plants during photosynthesis) and evaporation of precipitation intercepted by the forest canopy, stems, and soil litter layer. Forest structure (e.g., leaf area, stem density, basal area) inﬂuences both canopy interception of precipitation and tree water by:
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Precipitation and temperature characteristics of forested watersheds in central Arizona. [Fort Collins, Colo.]: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors. Precipitation and temperature characteristics of forested watersheds in central Arizona [microform] / Ralph E. Campbell and Michael G. Ryan Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture Fort Collins, Colo Australian/Harvard Citation. watersheds respond differently to variation in extreme precipitation years than reference watersheds. In the basin and in the region, air temperatures have been increasing since the late s. Drought severity and frequency have also increased over time, and the File Size: 2MB.
Spatial Evaluation of Precipitation in Watersheds 17 Woods Canyon 81 BarM 1 3 5 illl, I 2 4,1"1"" 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Month Figure 2. A bar graph. Progress 07/01/99 to 06/30/04 Outputs The objective of the project was to develop an event-based precipitation runoff model to predict water yield from Arizona's upland ponderosa pine forest watersheds.
Two graduate students, Boris Poff and Duncan Leao and I have worked on to describe rainfall-runoff characteristics in the ponderosa pine forest system of Northern Arizona. MODELING PRECIPITATION-RUNOFF RELATIONSHIPS TO DETERMINE WATER YIELD FROM ARIZONA™S PONDEROSA PINE FORESTS ASSEFA S.
DESTA A stochastic precipitation-runoff modeling is used to estimate a cold and warm- seasons water yield from a ponderosa pine forested watershed in the north-central Arizona. The Central Arizona Highlands, similar to other areas in the state, are characterized by a cyclic climatic regime.
Winters in the chaparral type are cool and wet through March, followed by warm, dry weather for 3 or 4 months until summer rains start in July. Precipitation is a surrogate measure of the volume of water transported to surface-water intakes, with or without contaminants.
In North Carolina, average annual precipitation varies from about 40 inches to more than inches. Most of the variation occurs in the Blue Ridge Mountains, with the highest and lowest amounts occurring in this area.
Cooperative Extension is the outreach arm of The University of Arizona, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Tucson, Arizona. Arizona Watershed Information. Please click on a river basin in the map or select one from the list provided below the map: Upper Colorado River Basin. The shade of the forest also prevented air temperature from being heated in three of the five streams, thus adding to decreased stream water temperature of the forested reaches and also resulting.
Physiographic Characteristics Hydrology: The availability, quality and distribution of surface water is basic to the final goal of growing greenery in a watershed. Hydrological parameters such as intensity and duration of rainfall help in quantification of water available in watershed.
If rainfall continues for longer period with. Precipitation and temperature characteristics of forested watersheds in central Arizona / (Fort Collins, Colo.: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, ), by Ralph E. Campbell, Michael G. Ryan, and Colo.) Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins (page images. Notice - The USGS Water Resources Mission Area's priority is to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities, including providing critical situational awareness in times of flooding in all 50 U.S.
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Hydrogeology of the Upper and Middle Verde River Watersheds, Central Arizona By Kyle W. Blasch, John P. Hoffmann, Leslie F. Graser, Jeannie R. Bryson, and Alan L. Flint Prepared in cooperation with the Arizona Department of Water Resources and Yavapai CountyFile Size: 9MB.
Comparison Graph of Snowpack & Precipitation (Current and previous water years, and yr average data) Current Water Year Tables for Individual Sites: Snow Water | Precipitation | Air Temperature; SNOTEL Tab Separated Data; Monthly Data.
Arizona Basin Outlook Reports (Summary of Arizona's Water Supply Conditions). Forested watersheds provide critically important ecosystem services as sources of high-quality water for drinking, agriculture, and industry. Montane forested watersheds provide additional services and benefits, including hydroelectric energy, wood products, recreation, esthetic values, and hazard by: 1.
Effects of Climate Variability and Accelerated Forest Thinning on Watershed-Scale Runoff in Southwestern USA Ponderosa Pine Forests Marcos D.
Robles1*, Robert M. Marshall1, Frances O’Donnell2, Edward B. Smith3, Jeanmarie A. Haney1, David F. Gori4 1The Nature Conservancy Center for Science and Public Policy, Tucson, Arizona, United States of America, 2Northern Arizona.
Paleohydrology of flash floods in small desert watersheds in western Arizona P. Kyle House Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada Victor R. Baker Department of Hydrology and Water Resources, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona Abstract.
RAIFALL CHARACTERIZATION AND SENDIMENTOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF WATERSHEDS WITH DIFEREMT LAND USES TO PRECIPITATION IN THE SEMIARID REGION BRAZIL J.
RIBEIRO FILHO et al. Rev. Caatinga, Mossoró, v. 30, n. 2, p. –abr. – jun., The region climate is type BSw'h' (hot semiarid with average temperature over 18 ºC in theCited by: 2. 2 Watershed - Importance 1. Understand what a watershed is both literally and conceptually (including the mapped representation of a watershed and the issue of scale).File Size: KB.
Despite continued interest in stream water temperature (Tw) analysis, there are few studies of Tw response to rainfall events at forested watersheds. We examined 61 sets of data on Tw for 21 rainfall events at 16 watersheds with various slope gradients (from to ) in four regions of Japan from June to December The investigation focused on the changes of specific Cited by: Evaluation of the Magnitude and Frequency of Floods in Urban Watersheds in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona.
PBRAINFALL-RUNOFF RELATIONSHIPS FOR SMALL, MOUNTAINOUS, FORESTED WATERSHEDS IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES by NEGUSSIE HAILU TEDELA (Under the Direction of Todd C. Rasmussen and Steven C. McCutcheon) ABSTRACT Runoff is a complex interaction between precipitation and landscape factors. While some of these factors (e.g., land use and cover File Size: 1MB.