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Seepage investigation of an area at and near Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, March through August 1993
Variation in offspring investment within and among populations of Gammarus minus SAY (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in ten mid-Appalachian springs (U.S.A.)
Selected Water-Quality Characteristics and Flow of Ground Water in the San Luis Basin, Including the Conejos River Subbasin, Colorado and New Mexico
Budgets of elements in a lowland forested watershed: The comparison of watershed with and without the stream
The Hydrology Point Feature Class defines natural/semi natual point hydrographic features (springs, seeps, tanks, guzzlers…) on RSL. The data for this point feature class was provided by the refuge.
WRPOD is a point coverage created weekly from data in the Utah Division of Water Rights database. It contains water right point of diversion information. This dataset was retrieved from http://www.waterrights.utah.gov/gisinfo/wrcover.asp on 10/31/2011.
This dataset provides location information and some limited attributes of known and potential ciénegas in the Madrean Archipelago ecoregion and closely surrounding area. This was created using point data and information provided by Dean Hendrickson and Thomas Minckley, combined with potential locations derived from analysis of classified raster land cover images and other specialized datasets. Ciénegas, as defined here, are wetlands in arid and semi-arid regions associated with groundwater or lotic components that ideally result in perennial waters on temporal scales of decades to centuries. Ciénegas are typically located at elevations ranging from 0 to 2000m. Ciénegas are typified by significant differences in...
FY2014This project builds upon the springs and seeps inventory funded by the Desert LCC.This project will: Fill a significant gap in aquatic habitat information for scenario planning. Create a publically available geospatial database of approximately 2,000+ known Great Basin springs. Create a summary report on the biotic and abiotic conditions of the known springs.
Selected Water-Quality Characteristics and Flow of Groundwater in the San Luis Basin, Including the Conejos River Subbasin, Colorado and New Mexico
Spring (at man's feet) at Railroad ranch, about 800 feet north of pond in No. 201. Usual flow of spring said to be 40 inches - when visited was only 5 to 8 inches. View is northeast across valley of Sheridan Creek, here is very flat. Fremont County, Idaho. n.d.
Leach Spring, in northern part of Mohave Desert region. Photographed by H.S. Gale. San Bernardino County, California. 1921.
Conservation genetics of a spring-dwelling desert fish, the Pecos gambusia (Gambusia nobilis , Poeciliidae).