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This circular summarizes the results of recent studies of Lake Mead and its environs. Area-capacity tables, prepared on the basis of a hydrographic survey of the lake in 1948-49, show that the capacity of the reservoir was reduced 4. 9 percent...
1949-01-01
This report was prepared by the Federal Water- Quality Administration, Pacific Southwest Region, now the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region IX, at the request of the State of Nevada, Department of Health, Welfare, and rehabilitation. In...
1971-11-01
This publication offers an in-depth study of the fish and other organisms that live in Lakes Mead and Mohave. The history and background of the two lakes is offered, as well as information about diseases, parasites, and unusual fish occurrences....
1978-01-01
This study evaluates the socioeconomic impacts of the Second Stage of the Southern Nevada Water Project of the United States Bureau of Reclamation, comparing that project with the alternatives of importing water from Nevada areas somewhat removed...
1975-08-01
The Lake Mead Fertilization Project is a research program designed to investigate the potential for using large-scale artificial fertilization to enhance the game fisheries of this reservoir through an increase in the population of threadfin shad,...
1990-12-01
This publication contains the laws and regulations relating to California irrigation district organizations which come before the state engineer or the state bond certification commission (up to and including 1929). Contents: General provisions,...
2020-10-31
Only portions of issues of The Water Report are available in the Klamath Waters Digital Library. See the full report at http://www.thewaterreport.com/
2004-10-15
2008-07-23
2006-06-13
Accompanying the increased use of water resources is an increases accumulation of chemical pollutants. Te prevent degradation of the water resources beyong useful limits, pollution inputs from additional uses must...
1973-01-01
Galveston Bay Estuary Program description
2007-06-20
2008-11-18
2008-11-18
2007-06-20
2008-11-18
This study evaluates the socioeconomic impacts of the Second Stage of the Southern Nevada Water Project of the United States Bureau of Reclamation, comparing that project with the alternatives of importing water from Nevada areas somewhat removed...
1975-08-01
Procambarus clarkii are found in extremely low numbers throughout Lake Mead, AZ-NV. The crayfish are an important dietary component for game fish. Enhancement of the crayfish population would broaden the fishery forage base. Crayfish were stocked...
1990-05-01
This study developed from observations made during an earlier study on Lake Mead which was reported in CHE-70, Water Quality Study of Lake Mead. Results from that study indicated that poor-quality water was flowing into the Las Vegas Bay reach of...
1971-01-01
The rock formations of the earth are great natural reservoirs in which a part of the water derived from rain and snow is stored. Water levels and artesian pressure in wells register the stages of these natural reservoirs. The changes in water...
1947-01-01
This study developed from observations made during an earlier study on Lake Mead which was reported in CHE-70, Water Quality Study of Lake Mead. Results from that study indicated that poor-quality water was flowing into the Las Vegas Bay reach of...
1971-01-01
When management requires water quality standards, we should establish standards in a scientific and logical manner to serve the long-term needs of the users. It was this very process that led to enactment of the Reclamation Act of 1902 and the...
1983-01-01
A Professional Project Report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Water Resources, Water Resources Program, University of New Mexico.
2007-11-02
2007-11-02
2007-11-02
The economic efficiency of water development in Utah, including transfer systems, has seldom been examined, not has the costs of public policies which result in deviations from efficient allocations. In order that...
1973-01-01
Detailed index to Frank Milenski's files on court cases. Milenski stored these in cabinet A, drawers 1 and 2, which corresponds to Subseries 2.1: Court cases, under the current filing system. Most cover cases from Colorado's Division 2 Water...

2007-01-02
2007-01-02
The ever-increasing demand for energy in the southwest has led to a search for additional sources of power generation. Coal-fired powerplants currently provide most of the baseline energy in the southwest, but this must be supplemented with...
1980-01-01
Mr. Christiansen talks about his involvement with the Central Utah Project: his service as a trustee on the CUWCD board of directors, including as chairman; his work as the CUWCD General Manager and his and others’ efforts to write and get passed...
2020-10-31
Analysis of historical nutrient data for Lake Mead indicates that the fertility of the reservoir has decreased which may be the cause for a corresponding decline in the largemouth bass population. However, it appears that fertility can be...
1979-01-01
"Location Map for Drain Flows Intercepted by The Amity Canal," "Review of the Kansas Analysis of Colorado's Replacement Plans, Expert Report," restated and amended articles of incorporation and bylaws of the Lower Arkansas Water Management...

2017-06-07
2017-06-07
Several groups of microorganisms are capable of producing toxins in aquatic environments. Cyanobacteria are prevalent blue green algae in freshwater systems, and many species produce cyanotoxins which include a variety of chemical irritants,...
2014-01-01
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