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Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon

Karl K. Lee

Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon

by Karl K. Lee

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey in Reston, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrology -- Oregon -- Johnson Creek Watershed (Clackamas County and Multnomah County, Or.)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Karl K. Lee and Daniel T. Snyder ; prepared in cooperation with the City of Portland ... [et al.].
    SeriesScientific investigations report -- 2009-5123, Scientific investigations report -- 2009-5123.
    ContributionsSnyder, Daniel T., Portland (Or.), Geological Survey (U.S.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB705.O7 L44 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 56 p. :
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24036502M
    LC Control Number2009438444

    Souvenir book of the Portland Police and Fire departments Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon by Karl K Lee Organochlorine pesticides in the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon, by Dwight Q Tanner (Book) 2 editions published. Hydrology of Johnson Creek Basin, a Mixed-Use Drainage Basin in the Portland, Oregon, Metropolitan Area Study of a small stream that has had a history of persistent flooding and water-quality problems. Hydrology primer General information on the science of hydrology with information on ground water, surface water, water use, the work of.

    Similar Items. Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon by: Lee, Karl K. Published: () ; Organic matters: investigating the sources, transport, and fate of organic matter in Fanno Creek, Oregon / by: Sobieszczyk, Steven, Published: () Pesticide occurrence and distribution in the lower Clackamas River basin, Oregon, Published: (). Effects of urbanization on the hydrologic regime of Johnson Creek, Portland, Oregon William Vandewater Clement "Effects of urbanization on the hydrologic regime of Johnson Creek, Portland, Oregon" (). Dissertations and affect the basin hydrology. The watershed was found to haveAuthor: William Vandewater Clement.

    Hydrologic Trends of Streamflow and Temperature in the Johnson Creek Watershed Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon. Reston, Va.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey. Hydrologic Trends of Streamflow and Temperature in the Johnson Creek Watershed Author: Daniel. Johnson Creek Watershed. Located in Portland Metropolitan area. Mixed land use. Study area approximately 26 mi2. Data rich. 5 precipitation gages. 18 –61 years of hourly precipitation data. 3 stream gages. 9 –23 years of hourly discharge data. 69 years of annual peak flow data.


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Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon by Karl K. Lee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon By Karl K. Lee and Daniel T. Snyder Prepared in cooperation with the city of Portland, the city of Gresham, the city of Milwaukie, Clackamas County’s Water Environment Services, andFile Size: 3MB.

Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon The Johnson Creek basin is an important resource in the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area. Johnson Creek forms a wildlife and recreational corridor through densely populated areas of the cities of Milwaukie, Portland, and Gresham, and rural and agricultural areas of Multnomah and Clackamas Counties.

Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon / Contributor Names - Hydrology--Oregon--Johnson Creek Watershed (Clackamas County and Multnomah County, Or.) Book/Printed Material.

Additional Physical Format: Print version: Lee, Karl K. Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type. Hydrology of Johnson Creek Basin, a Mixed-Use Drainage Basin in the Portland, Oregon, Metropolitan Area Johnson Creek forms a wildlife and recreational corridor through densely populated areas of the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area and through rural.

Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon By Karl K. Lee and Daniel T. Snyder. Abstract. The Johnson Creek basin is an important resource in the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area. Johnson Creek forms a wildlife and recreational corridor through densely populated areas of the cities of Milwaukie, Portland, and Gresham, and rural and.

Get this from a library. Hydrology of Johnson Creek basin: a mixed-use drainage basin in the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area. [John S Williams; Karl. Hydrology of Johnson Creek Basin, a Mixed-Use Drainage Basin in the Portland, Oregon, Metropolitan Area Johnson Creek forms a wildlife and recreational corridor through densely populated areas of the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area and through rural and agricultural land in unincorporated Multnomah and Clackamas Counties.

The Hydrology of Johnson Creek Adam Stonewall, USGS Oregon Water Science Center Johnson Creek Science Symposium– The Watershed. te of Oregon, MRLC, *ate of Oregon CEO/"Stàte of. 7-Day low flows at Johnson Creek Sycamore gage Hydrology of Johnson Creek Basin, a Mixed-Use Drainage Basin in the Portland, Oregon, Metropolitan Area By John S.

Williams, Karl K. Lee, and Daniel T. Snyder Figure 1. Hydrology. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the jurisdictions in the Johnson Creek watershed are working together to provide hydrologic data for the Johnson Creek Basin.

Real-time surface-water and ground-water data, and historic data and analyses, are critical to understanding the hydrology of the basin. Johnson Creek passes through upland forests, farms, residential communities, wildlife refuges, industrial enclaves, along trails and through golf courses.

It is a natural refuge in an urban environment and one of Portland's most important resources. The Resource Hydrology of Johnson Creek basin: a mixed-use drainage basin in the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area, [authors: John S.

Williams, Karl K. Lee, and Daniel T. Snyder], (electronic resource) Hydrology of Johnson Creek basin: a mixed-use drainage basin in the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area, [authors: John S. Get this from a library. Assessment of surface-water quality and water-quality control alternatives, Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon.

[Thomas K Edwards; Geological Survey (U.S.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Environmental Services.]. Welcome to the Johnson Creek Science Library, our trove of scientific documents related to Johnson Creek. If you know of a missing document, or are starting new research, please contact [email protected] —we can help connect researchers to resources.

In the table below, you can click row headings to quickly sort, use the search box, or click here for a list including all author names. Our focus this month is the urban hydrology of Portland.

Specifically, we’re examining the restoration efforts and streamflow monitoring in Johnson Creek watershed in Portland, Oregon. For those non-Portland area listeners, Johnson Creek is a tributary to the Willamette River in northwest Oregon.

Some areas first drain to smaller local streams or waterways including Johnson Creek, the Columbia Slough and Tryon Creek, which then flow to the Willamette. Locally, we define Portland’s Willamette watershed as an area of the city that doesn’t first drain to one of these other local watersheds.

Find all of the stores, dining and entertainment options located at Johnson Creek Premium Outlets®Missing: Hydrology. Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon. Skip Links – >> Pubs Warehouse > Scientific Investigations Report – Hydrology of the Johnson Creek Basin, Oregon.

References Cited. Anderson, C.W., Rinella, F.AWater quality and flow data for the Johnson Creek basin, Oregon, April to January U.S.

Table 3. USGS Gaging Stations within the Johnson Creek Drainage Basin Table 4. Flow and Hydrology Indicators within the Johnson Creek Watershed Table 5.

Habitat Indicators in the Johnson Creek Watershed Table 6. Seasonal Average Oregon Water Quality Index (OWQI) Results for the Lower Willamette Basin (WY ) Table 7.

Johnson Creek is a mile (40 km) tributary of the Willamette River in the Portland metropolitan area of the U.S. state of of the drainage basin of the Columbia River, its catchment consists of 54 square miles ( km 2) of mostly urban land occupied by aboutpeople as of Passing through the cities of Gresham, Portland, and Milwaukie, the creek flows generally west Country: United States.Last map update: 05/25/ at pm PDT 05/26/ at UTC What is UTC time?

Map Help. Disclaimer.Urban Hydrology: Restoration and Monitoring of Johnson Creek in Portland, Oregon. DESCRIPTION: The Johnson Creek watershed is an important resource in Portland, forms a wildlife and recreational corridor through densely populated areas of the Portland metropolitan area, as well as rural and agricultural land in Multnomah and Clackamas Counties.