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Hydrological investigations of the Ottawa River Basin

Hydrological investigations of the Ottawa River Basin

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Published by Dept. of Northern Affairs and National Resources in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrology -- Ottawa River Watershed (Québec and Ont.)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Water Resources Branch.
    ContributionsCanada. Water Resources Branch., Canada. Dept. of Northern Affairs and National Resources.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB708.O85 C35 1958
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20247220M

    The utility of isotope techniques in hydrological investigations stems from their ability to label water sources and cycling processes including surface/ Grand River basin, (Environment Canada/University Ottawa River began in and is ongoing. Analyses . This paper summarizes the special hydrological characteristics of the Great Lakes – St. Lawrence River System, the major modeling hypothesis and retained strategies used to prepare a stochastic generation model, and the preparation of climate change scenarios for a major tributary, the Ottawa River : L. Fagherazzi, D. Fay, J. Salas.

    rates of major hydrologic events that remobilized sediment from intrabasinal storage. This study originated from pre- and post-dam removal sedimentological and hydrological investigations on the Ottawa River in northwestern Ohio (Evans et al., ; Harris and Evans, ). The drawdown of the reservoir exhumed a peat horizon,Author: James E. Evans. • the delayed opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway, in combination with seasonable weather and favorable conditions in the Ottawa River basin, allowed the board to remove an extra cm from Author: Staff Reporting.

    The purpose of the Hydrological Investigation is to assess surface water impacts of Ryan Creek and the Ottawa River, were assessed for potential impacts from the proposed quarry operation. The Maintain the existing heavily treed area between the sediment basin and the Usborne Street outlet for protection against thermal enhancement;. South Nation Conservation reminds citizens that the current snowpack throughout much of the Ottawa River basin remains at twice its normal depth for this time of the year, soils are saturated and warm temperatures and rain are contributing to some snow melt.


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Hydrological investigations of the Ottawa River Basin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Stations, Dams and Reservoirs on the Ottawa River, for a detailed description of these structures. Drainage Basin of the Ottawa River Overall, the Ottawa Riverʹs basin occupies somekm² of territory, of which 65% lies in Quebec and 35 % in Ontario (ORRPB: “Managing the Waters”).File Size: KB.

Eum et al. Uncertainty in modelling the hydrologic responses of a large watershed: a case study of the Athabasca River basin, Canada –.pdf, mb Eum et al.

Inter-comparison of high-resolution gridded climate data sets and their implication on hydrological model simulation over the Athabasca Watershed, Canada –.pdf, mb.

The basin contains a number of tributaries including the Outaouais River, the Montreal River, the Kipawa River, the Madawaska River, the Gatineau River and the Lievre River (Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board ).

About 75% of the basin is covered Cited by: 8. SLURP (Semi-distributed Land Use-based Runoff Processes), is a basin model which simulates the hydrological cycle from precipitation to runoff including the effects of reservoirs, dams, regulators, water extractions and irrigation schemes that has been referred to in more than 25 papers in international journals by different model may be used to examine the effects of proposed.

Already, the Ottawa River is attempting to outflank or undermine the imposed bank stabilization structures that were the outcome of this river restoration project. Looking further back in time, paleohydrologic analysis makes it clear that the Ottawa River has been in a status of channel instability over at least the past 60 yr (post management in general, and hydrologic investigations in particular.

The North Canadian River Basin is one of the stream systems which was divided. The four sub-basins of the North Canadian in Oklahoma are designated as ­ 1, ,and (Figure 1). Sub-basin. A drainage basin is a most natural hydrologic unit.

Guided by topography, a drainage divide separates the water that flows into and away from a catchment. A basin integrates the disparate hydrologic activities occurring spatially within its domain. The Ottawa River basin (ORB) co verskm 2 of southern Quebec and eastern Ontario, making t he Ottawa river one of the main tributaries to the Saint Lawrence.

Location of the study area. (A) Map of the Ottawa River drainage basin in northwestern Ohio and southeastern Michigan. The upper part of the drainage basin (white) is 90% agricultural fields and extensively ditched (straight lines).

The lower part of the drainage basin (shaded) is highly by: 2. Great Lakes Basin Cover: Estimates of average shallow ground-water recharge rates for 8-digit Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC, U.S.) and tertiary (Canada) watersheds in the study area determined using a surficial geology-based model calibrated with hydrograph-separation results.

A flood watch is being issued for areas along the Lower Ottawa River. Water levels and flows from Arnprior to Hawkesbury continue to rise gradually due to on-going snowmelt in the central and northern portions of the Ottawa River basin.

On Monday a spring storm is expected to bring above average temperatures and a significant amount of rainfall. ASSINIBOINE RIVER BASIN HYDROLOGIC MODEL – CLIMATE CHANGE ASSESSMENT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Ma E.2 dm v:\\active\assinibone_river_hydrologic_study\reports\final report march 19 \rpt_final_assiniboinerbasin_hydrologic_model_docx Three future time periods were File Size: 5MB.

In hydrological r esponse unit base d iscretizati on, the river basin is divided into a number o f sub-basins which are drained by a defined drainage network (Biftu and Gan, 20 04). The hydrologic.

WRI Klamath River Basin hydrologic conditions prior to the September die-off of salmon and steelhead, by D.D. Lynch and J.C. Risley--ONLINE ONLY WRI Monitoring instream turbidity to estimate continuous suspended-sediment loads and yields and clay-water volumes in the Upper North Santiam River Basin, Oregon,by.

The Severn River Basin 21 The Winisk River Basin 21 The Attawapiskat River Basin 22 The Albany River Basin 22 The Moose River Basin 23 The Upper Ottawa River Basin 24 CLIMATE 25 POPULATION AND ECONOMY Hydrological, geological, water supply development, water well installation, soils testing, monitoring wells siting and installation,wastewater disposal alternatives, developing loading depths and application rates for spray irrigation systems, and wetland mitigation projects related to environmental assessment, audits, land development.

Weather Forecast: Meteorological forecasts indicate that two low pressure systems will be combining to produce significant rainfall of 40 to 50 mm throughout the Ottawa River watershed beginning on Thursday, Ap Environmental Conditions: The current snowpack throughout much of the Ottawa River basin remains at twice its normal depth for this time of the year.

Hydrological dynamics in the Winnipeg River basin, Manitoba by S. George1 GS St. George, S. Hydrological dynamics in the Winnipeg River basin, Manitoba; in Report of ActivitiesManitoba Science, Technology, Energy and Mines, Manitoba Geological Survey, p.

Summary Because hydrological conditions are the greatest. The Ottawa River basin (ORB) coverskm 2 of southern Quebec and eastern Ontario, making the Ottawa river one of the main tributaries to the Saint Lawrence.

A few dozen reservoirs in the ORB provide partial flow regulation, primarily for the northern tributaries to the Ottawa river, while most of the southern tributaries remain by: 1.

AP OTTAWA RIVER FROM ARNPRIOR TO L'ORIGINAL —. The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority (RVCA), in conjunction with the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA) and South Nation Conservation Authorities (SNC) is issuing a FLOOD WARNING for the areas under our jurisdiction along the Ottawa River.

Significant rainfall (20 to 40 mm) has fallen over the Ottawa River basin. The Huai River basin is one of the five largest basins in China and is situated between the Yellow River and the Yangtze River, the two largest rivers in China.

The whole Huai River basin (30°55′–36°36′N, and °55′–°25′E) covers five provinces (Hubei, Henan, Anhui, Shandong, and Jiangsu) of China, and has a total drainage Cited by: 3.HYDROLOGIC CHARACTERIZATION BASIN CHARACTERISTICS The Upper Canadian Basin River basin (OWRB System ) is located in western Oklahoma (Figure 1).

The basin has a drainage area of 2, mi2 in Oklahoma, and includes portions of Ellis, Roger Mills.Mer Bleue Bog is a km 2 ( sq mi) protected area east of Ottawa in Eastern Ontario, main feature is a sphagnum bog that is situated in an ancient channel of the Ottawa River and is a remarkable boreal-like ecosystem normally not found this far south.

Stunted black spruce, tamarack, bog rosemary, blueberry, and cottongrass are some of the unusual species that have .