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Hydrologic changes after logging in two small Oregon coastal watersheds

Donald Dunstan Harris

Hydrologic changes after logging in two small Oregon coastal watersheds

by Donald Dunstan Harris

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clearcutting -- Oregon,
  • Logging -- Environmental aspects -- Oregon,
  • Stream ecology -- Oregon,
  • Watersheds -- Oregon

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 30-31

    Statementby D. D. Harris
    SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper ; 2037, Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 2037
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 31 p. :
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13601277M

    change in the CT was detected in these lower elevation coastal streams. Summer low-flow (defined as 7-day minimum) decreased at 10 of the sites, including North Fork Caspar Creek. Burt and others () examined the impacts of extreme climatic variability on post-logging streamflow response at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, Oregon. Oregon State J: 1ivelr Oregon Paper CLEARCUT LOGGING AND LOW FLOWS IN OREGON COASTAL WATERSHEDS' R. Dennis Harr Assistant Professor of Forest Hydrology James T. Krygier Coordinator. Forestry Extension Formerly Forest Hydrologist Increased water yield after clearcutlogging has been well-documented (4). Few studies.

    Contact, chat, social media. About. Organization, jobs, budget.   Effects of watershed topography, soils, land use, and climate on baseflow hydrology in humid regions: A review Streamflow changes after logging year-old douglas fir in two small watersheds. Water Resources Research 18(3): Cited by:

    1 Impacts of Logging on Storm Peak Flows, Flow Volumes and Suspended Sediment Loads in Caspar Creek, California Jack Lewis, Sylvia R. Mori, Elizabeth T. Keppeler, Robert R. Ziemer. Oregon Convention Center Portland, Oregon 9 - 12 July Abstract Two first-order forested watersheds (WS 80 and WS 77) on poorly drained pine-hardwood stands in the South Carolina Coastal Plain have been monitored since mids to characterize the hydrology, water quality and vegetation dynamics. This study examines the flow and nutrientCited by:


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Hydrologic changes after logging in two small Oregon coastal watersheds by Donald Dunstan Harris Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effects of clearcut, cable logging on the hydrologic characteristics of a small coastal stream in Oregon indicate an average percent increase in sediment yield over a 7-year postlogging period. Annual runoff and high-flow volumes increased 19 and inches ( and 28 mm), respectively, after logging in the watershed.

Clearcutting inCited by: Get this from a library. Hydrologic changes after logging in two small Oregon coastal watersheds. [D D Harris; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. The item Hydrologic changes after logging in two small Oregon coastal watersheds, by D.

Harris represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library. Preliminary graphical analysis indicates that clear-cut logging of a small Oregon watershed has significantly altered certain hydrologic characteristics.

After logging, moderate increases were noted in annual runoff, but no significant changes were detected in either peak or minimum flow by: Timber harvest in two small watersheds in western Oregon containing yr-old timber increased annual water yield up to 42 cm.

For 4 years after logging, yield increases averaged 38 cm at a ha clearcut watershed and 20 cm at a ha watershed where timber was shelterwood cut. The Alsea Watershed Study: effects of logging on the aquatic resources of three headwater streams of the Alsea River, Oregon.

Part II. Changes in environmental by: 5. Streamflow after patch logging in small drainages within Bull Run municipal watershed, Oregon. Research Paper RP-PNW USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR.

by: 4. Hydrologic and sediment responses have been management on streamflow, sedimentation, and erosion monitored for 35 yrs after selective logging and for 16 under a partnership between State and Federal forestry yrs after clearcut logging of a coastal redwood forest at agencies.

As the hydrologic. Larger watersheds contain many smaller watersheds. It all depends on the outflow point; all of the land that drains water to the outflow point is the watershed for that outflow location.

Watersheds are important because the streamflow and the water quality of a river are affected by things, human-induced or not, happening in the land area "above" the river-outflow point. Nutrient release from three small watersheds in Oregon's Coast Range was monitored for 2 years before and 2 years after logging.

One watershed, Flynn Creek ( ha). Hydrologic changes after logging in two small Oregon coastal watersheds. U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply PaperWashington, D.C. Tertiary geology of western Oregon and Washington. Donald Dunstan Harris has written: 'Hydrologic changes after logging in two small Oregon coastal watersheds' -- subject(s): Clearcutting, Environmental aspects of Logging, Logging, Stream ecology.

In the early s, about the time log- ging began, the study was broadened to include certain anions and cations. This case study describes the effects of road construction, timber harvest, and two methods of slash disposal on water quality of two small streams. Changes in streamflow File Size: 7MB. Harris, D.

Hydrologic Changes After Logging in Two Small Oregon Coastal Watersheds. Paper (US Geological Survey Water Supply, ). Paper (US Geological Survey Water Supply, ). Cited by: The 28 watersheds for which turbidity data were assembled range in drainage area from to km 2 (), with several smaller watersheds nested within larger e these are small coastal watersheds, snow accumulation and melt are seldom hydrologically by: Riparian forest development after logging or fire in the Oregon Coast Range: Wildlife habitat and timber value.

in The New Alsea Watershed Study, Technical BulletinNational Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Research Triangle Park, NC. Hydrologic changes after logging in two small Oregon coastal watersheds. USDI Geological Survey Water Supply Paper Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team (IMST).

Hydrologic changes after logging in two small Oregon coastal watersheds. Harris, D. D., and U.S. Geological Survey. Hydrologic changes after logging in two small Oregon coastal watersheds In Geological Survey water-supply paper. Vol. no Washington D.C.: Dept. Oregon Coast Range.

Three clearcut watersheds were selected for study; Deer Creek IV (39 acres) was clearcut, and Needle Branch ( acres) was clearcut and burned. Both watersheds were compared to Flynn Creek ( acres), an untreated control, before and after treatment.

Change in hydrologic parameters was determined from differences between pre. The Network of Oregon Watershed Councils supports the work of watershed councils by increasing council capacity, representing councils with key partners and funders, and convening council staff and board members to learn from each other.

Oregon California Regional Hydrologic Oregon Modeling for Coastal Basins Percent Decrease Percent Decrease change in April 1st snowpack with +3 .Hydrologic changes after logging in two small Oregon coastal watersheds,Water Supply Paper Maximum floodflows in the conterminous United States,Water Supply Paper Surface water supply of the United States,p Hawaii and other Pacific areas,Water Supply Paper Hydrologic changes after logging in two small coastal watersheds; Harris, D.

D. ; Effects of logging on periphyton in coastal streams of Oregon; Hansmann, E. W.; Phinney, H. K. ; Long-term patterns of sediment production following road construction and logging in the Oregon Coast Range; Beschta, R.

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