3 edition of Forest and stream-flow experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colo. found in the catalog.
Forest and stream-flow experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colo.
Carlos G. Bates
|Statement||By C.G. Bates ... and A.J. Henry ...|
|Series||Monthly weather review. Supplement / U.S. Weather Bureau -- no. 30, Monthly weather review (United States. Weather Bureau) -- no. 30.|
|Contributions||Henry, Alfred Judson, 1858-1931.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv., 79 p.|
|Number of Pages||79|
The USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) publishes a set of the most commonly used topographic maps of the U.S. called US Topo that are separated into rectangular quadrants that are printed at "x29" or larger. Wagon Wheel Gap is covered by the Wagon Wheel Gap, CO US Topo Map quadrant. The jury returned a verdict of guilty. Sentence has not yet been passed. The action was instituted by the supervisor of the Snoqualmie National Forest and the Snow Creek Logging Co., purchasers of National Forest timber on the Olympic National Forest. century (Verry, ). The first American watershed experiment, begun in at Wagon Wheel Gap in Colorado, was a comprehensive study to quantify the effects of deforestation on the volume and timing of stream flow, soil erosion and sediment loading. Since then, similar studies have been conducted throughout the U.S. (Megahan and Hornbeck, ). •First paired watershed experiment began in at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colorado, and published in ; •Relationship between forests and water recognized in ancient Greece, China, India, . (M. Chang, , Forest Hydrology).
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Forest and stream-flow experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colo.: final report, on completion of the second phase of the experiment. An edition of Forest and stream-flow experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colo () Forest and stream-flow experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colo final report, on completion of thesecond phase of the experiment by Carlos Glazier BatesPages: Buy Streamflow experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colorado ;: Preliminary report on termination of first stage of experiment (Monthly weather review.
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DC Office: New York Ave NW Suites & Washington, DC This award is named in honor of the first watershed experiments in the United States at the Wagon Wheel Gap Experimental Forest on the Rio Grande National Forest. I am pleased to announce that Michael J.
Furniss has been selected to receive the Wagon Wheel Gap Award for excellence in hydrology. We are presenting three awards forone. British Columbia forest industry facts Book. Forest Council; Industries; Forest and stream-flow experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colo.
Final report on completion of the second phase of the. Carlos G. Bates; First Results in the Streamflow Experiment, Wagon Wheel Gap, Colorado, Journal of Forestry, Vol Issue 4, 1 AprilPages –, h.
Wagon Wheel Gap was the ﬁrst true paired- watershed study, which allowed for direct comparison of the timing and amount of streamﬂow and amount of erosion before and after removal of the forest. Journal of Hydrology, () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam [31 Experimental basin studies historical perspective an international and of forest impacts P.G.
Whitehead and M. Robinson Institute of Hydrology, Wallingford OXIO 8BB, UK (Received 23 August ; revision accepted 9 November ) ABSTRACT Whitehead, P.G. and Robinson, M., Forest and stream-flow experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colo.
Final report on completion of the second phase of the experiment. U.S. Dept. Agr. Weather Bur. Monthly Weill/ter Rev. (Sup. 30). W.B. 79 pp., illus. COLTHARP, GEORGE BERNARD. Some effects of a commercial-type clearcut on soil and water rela-tions on a small wooded watershed.
Learn more about Wagon Wheel Gap, Colorado» The town of Wagon Wheel Gap was the scene of several early Indian battles and it's said Kit Carson's brother-in-law farmed here in The town's railroad station is listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
Paper A2 Bates, C. & Henry, A. () Forest and Stream-flow Experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colorado. Final report on completion of the second phase of the experiment.
Monthly Weather Review, Supplement no. 30, US Dept Agriculture, 79 p. Excerpts: pages 1–10 and 38– Inthe Wagon Wheel Gap studies in Colorado, U.S.A., were organized by the U.S.
Forest Service in co-operation with the Weather Bureau. Present-day studies to find out the effect of forest vegetation on stream flow are under way in Java and in South Africa. First results in the streamflow experiment, Wagon Wheel Gap, Colorado.
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Scientific research was part of the Forest Service mission and they commenced their task in with a paired catchment study on two adjacent drainage basins, each approximately acres and draining to the Rio Grande in southern Colorado, near Wagon Wheel Gap (Bates and Henry ).
Forest Ecology and Management, 13 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands ANNUAL TRANSPIRATION IN SUBALPINE FORESTS: LARGE DIFFERENCES AMONG FOUR TREE SPECIES MERRILL R.
KAUFMANN USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO. This international rigorously peer-reviewed volume critically synthesizes current knowledge in forest hydrology and biogeochemistry.
It is a one-stop comprehensive reference tool for researchers and practitioners in the fields of hydrology, biogeoscience, ecology. Forest and Stream-Flow Experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colorado.
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17, In order to make a complete study of the effects of forest cover on streamflow and erosion, the Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculture.
Recommended Citation. Bates, C.G. and Henry, A.J. Second phase of streamflow experiment at wagon wheel gap, colorado. Monthly Weather Review. 56(3): Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Asheville, North Carolina Colo.
Fool Creek Wagon Wheel Gap, Colo. B Meeker, Colo. White River Kamabuti, Japan II Kenya, East Africa Kericho Sambret stream-flow mm. the United States Forest Service and the United States Weather Bureau at Wagon Wheel Gap, and Henry (5) reported in that the cutting of forest cover increased the total annual-water yield,increased water yield from snow and produced increased further indicated that the results.
This was a cooperative project with the U.S. Weather Bureau and the Forest Service. This project studied of the effects of timber removal on water yield (or stream flow) and erosion under the conditions of the central Rocky Mountains.
The lead scientist of Wagon Wheel Gap was Carlos Bates. The Wagon Wheel Gap Railroad Station, in Creede, Colorado, was built in It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in It was a station on a narrow-gauge railroad line that opened in July, References.
Bates CG, Henry A J () Forest and Stream-Flow Experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colo. Mon. Weather Rev. Suppl. 30, U.S. Department of Agriculture Weather Bureau, Washington, D.C. Google Scholar Bigelow DS () Quality Assurance Report. Wagon Wheel Gap, village, Mineral co., SW Colo., on Rio Grande, in San Juan Mts., and 8 mi/ km SE of Creede.
Elev. c.8, ft/2, m. Fishing resort with mineral springs; kayaking. Surrounded by Rio Grande National Forest. West of Del Norte, at South Fork, the highway branches, with the main thoroughfare continuing west over Wolf Creek. Bates CG, Henry AJ () Forest and streamflow experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colorado.
Monthly Weather Review, Supplement No. (Government Printing Office: Washington, DC) Binkley D, Brown TC () Forest practices as non-point sources of pollution in North America.
Water Resources Bulletin 29(5), – using individual control and treatment watersheds) occurred with the Wagon Wheel Gap Experiment conducted during – in southern Colorado.
This study compared cleared and noncleared forest watersheds (Bates and Henry, ) and marked the beginning of modern forest hydrological research using a watershed approach. Forest and stream-flow experiment at Wagon Wheel Gap, Colo. ', Monthly Weather Review Supplem ().
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Wagon Wheel Gap became the first controlled experiment on forest-streamflow in the U.S. Nearly nothing was known about the hydrology of mountain watersheds at this time making Wagon Wheel Gap a ground-breaking study.
These two research sites were about miles apart from each other yet with Bates' successfully ran both for over 15 years. Figure 1. Photo of V-notch weir at HB for measuring stream discharge Background.
The HBEF was established in for the purpose of studying the effects of forest management on streamflow and water quality, building upon pioneering work from other sites that established the efficacy of the paired small watershed approach (Bates and Henry ). Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
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Mata, M.H. Martinez, and C.A. Troendle. Net Pre- cipitation Within Small Group Infestations of the Mountain Pine Beetle. USDA Forest Service Research Note RM Fort Collins, CO: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. For example, reestablishing measurements at the historic, experimental Wagon Wheel Gap watersheds in Colo- rado could allow comparisons of earlier data on forest cover change with data rep- resenting the ranching and second-home development that now exists in the water- shed.paired watershed experiments to evaluate the effects of forest harvest on water yield.
Worldwide, the first such experiment was conducted at Wagon Wheel Gap in south- central Colorado on the headwaters of the Colorado River (Bates and Henry ; Troendle and King ; Van Haveren ). This study was followed by a series of. A complete study of the effects of forest cover upon stream-flow, erosion, disposition of silt, etc., will be carried out on two watersheds of similar topography near Wagon Wheel Gap, Colorado.