4 edition of USBR Columbia River pump exchange project found in the catalog.
USBR Columbia River pump exchange project
|Other titles||Potential water quality impacts on the lower Yakima River, United States Bureau of Reclamation Columbia River pump exchange project|
|Statement||by Jim Carroll and Joe Joy.|
|Series||Publication -- no. 01-03-000, Publication (Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology) -- no. 01-03-000.|
|Contributions||Joy, Joe., Environmental Assessment Program (Wash.), Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 64,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
USBR Columbia River pump exchange project: potential water quality impacts on the lower Yakima River Carroll, Jim ; Joy, Joe (Washington State Dept. of Ecology, ) Poor upstream water quality was concluded to be the foremost determinant of water quality conditions in the last 47 miles of the lower Yakima River evaluated in this study. The idea to build a large dam on the Columbia River and pump water into a storage reservoir in the Grand Coulee for irrigation was first proposed in the s. It was countered by a rival plan to bring water to the Columbia plateau by a mile gravity-flow canal from the Pend Oreille River in northern Idaho.
2/3 of funds for study & construction of new storage & pump exchanges – 1/3 of new storage for improving streamflows to benefit fish – 2/3 of new storage for new out-of-stream uses • 1/3 of funds for all other water supply projects • Legislative reporting on water supply and demand forecasts. Columbia River Basin Water Management. The Columbia-Snake River Irrigators Association: Advancing Irrigated Agriculture and Water Resources Management. The Columbia-Snake River Irrigators Association (CSRIA) represents many of Eastern Washington’s most prominent farming operations, with its members irrigating about , acres of prime row crop, vineyard, and orchard lands.
The Columbia River is the largest river in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. The river rises in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia, flows northwest and then south into the US state of Washington, then turns west to form most of the border between Washington and the state of Oregon before emptying into the Pacific Ocean. The river is 1, miles (2, km) long, and Mouth: Pacific Ocean, at Clatsop County, Oregon . The Bureau of Reclamation is now studying whether to complete the Odessa portion of the Columbia Basin Project. This five-year study (due in ), supported by state and federal tax dollars, is explicitly premised on the goal of securing surface water to replace groundwater in the Odessa Subarea.
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Columbia Basin Project. The Columbia Basin Project serves aboutacres in east central Washington. The main facilities of the project include Grand Coulee Dam, Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake, three power plants, four switchyards, and a pump-generating y irrigation facilities include the Feeder Canal, Banks Lake, the Main, West, East High, and East Low canals, O’Sullivan Dam.
USBR Columbia River Pump Exchange Project Potential Water Quality Impacts on the Lower Yakima River by Jim Carroll and Joe Joy Environmental Assessment Program Olympia, Washington In contractual arrangements with: USBR Grant Agreement No.
FG January Waterbody Numbers: WA, WA, WA Publication. Yakima River Basin Study 5 Columbia River Pump Exchange Plan of Study 2. Review storage considerations vs. direct pump USBR Columbia River pump exchange project book e sites and volumes (Wymer, Selah Creek, Burbank Creek) t configuration without storage 3.
Evaluate feasibility of Roza Dam removal at appraisal level ement infrastructure. The proposed operational changes are part of the USBR Columbia River Pump Exchange Project. Two synoptic surveys were conducted by Ecology, in September and Julyto assess water quality characteristics during the summer low-flow season.
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In February Reclamation prepared a Finding of No Significant Impact and Final Environmental Assessment that analyzed three alternatives for a water exchange and title transfer.
This effort is intended to benefit Snake River steelhead, protect natural and cultural resources important to the Nez Perce Tribe, and provide a reliable water. Contact Title: Field Office Manager Organization: Umatilla Field Office Address: Diagonal Road City: Hermiston, OR Fax: Phone: x Operator Title: Field Office Manager Organization: Ephrata Field Office Address: 32 C Street NW City: Ephrata, WA Fax: Phone: The Online Books Page.
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The Columbia Basin Project (or CBP) in Central Washington, United States, is the irrigation network that the Grand Coulee Dam makes possible. It is the largest water reclamation project in the United States, supplying irrigation water to overacres (2, km 2) of the 1, acres (4, km 2) large project area, all of which was originally intended to be supplied and is still.
and II pump exchange which pumps water from the Columbia River in exchange for water that would have been diverted from the Umatilla River is included in this BiOp. Phase I pumps water from the John Day pool and Phase II pumps water from the McNary pool.
Average annual net diversions are shown in table Deschutes River Basin Projects. Carrol, Joseph, and Joy, Joseph,USBR Columbia River pump exchange project—Potential water-quality impacts on the lower Yakima River: Washington State Department of Ecology, publication no. 01–03–, p.
Walla Walla Pump Exchange $, Purpose: Evaluate storage and other water supply options to improve anadromous fish habitat, the reliability of irrigation water supplies, and the availability of water for municipal needs. State funding is committed to evaluate the potential costs and benefits of a pump-exchange of water from the Columbia River.
Lower Yakima River Water Quality Model and Evaluation of the USBR Columbia River Pump Exchange Project _____ Quality Assurance Project Plan By Jim Carroll and Joe Joy May Washington State Department of Ecology Environmental Assessment Program Watershed Studies Unit.
Reclamation has undertaken this study as one potential means to augment instream flow in the lower Yakima River and benefit anadromous fish under the authority of Title XII, Phase 2 of the Yakima River Basin Water Enhancement Project, in Public Law (Title XII), which was passed by the Congress on Octo This is the Quality Assurance Project Plan for the study, Lower Yakima River Water Quality Model and Evaluation of the USBR Columbia River Pump Exchange Project: REQUEST A COPY ACCESSIBILITY The mission of the Department of Ecology is to protect, preserve, and enhance Washington’s environment.
USBR Columbia River Pump Exchange Project: Potential Water Quality Impacts on the Lower Yakima River: January Watershed Assessments and Water Rights Decision-Making: January Project Summary - Columbia River Pump Exchange: Alternative 2: Large Columbia River Exchange with Misc Projects: Alternative 2 Spreadsheet (Excel) Alternative 2 Spreadsheet (PDF) Alternative 2 Scoring Sheet (Word) Project Summary - Columbia River Pump Exchange: Project Summary - Maximum MAR: Project Summary - ASR (multiple) Telemetry Report.
Environmental Assessment ( publications ) USBR Columbia River Pump Exchange Project: Potential Water Quality Impacts on the Lower Yakima River. Tributaries of the Columbia River and their dammed tributaries, as well as the main stem itself, each have their own list below.
The dams are listed in the order as they are found from source to terminus. Many of the dams in the Columbia River watershed were not created for the specific purposes of water storage or flood protection.
Quality Assurance Project Plan: Lower Yakima River Water Quality Model and Evaluation of the USBR Columbia River Pump Exchange Project: December Quality Assurance Project Plan: Metals Monitoring in Quilceda and Allen Creeks, Snohomish County: December Quality Assurance Project Plan: Lower Yakima River Water Quality Model and Evaluation of the USBR Columbia River Pump Exchange Project Quality Assurance Project Plan: Ambient Groundwater Monitoring in the Dungeness Watershed, Clallam County, Washington WDOT-Skokomish Site near Potlatch: Volume 2.
Groundwater Mounding Analysis.mainstem Walla Walla River. The current phase of the project adds new evaluations of storage and pump exchange options, fisheries information, and basin environmental data, which were studied in the context of four water supply alternatives and further refined to two preferred water supply alternatives.