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- Shields, F. Douglas Jr.; Knight, Scott S.
- Journal of the American Water Resources Association 2012 v.48 no.1 pp. 170
- community structure; dissolved oxygen; fish; floodplains; habitats; hydrochemistry; hypoxia; remediation; rivers; species diversity; streams; watersheds; weirs; Mississippi
- ... Degraded streams draining low-relief, intensively cultivated watersheds may experience periods of hypoxia or anoxia. A three-year study of water chemistry, fish, and physical habitat in the Big Sunflower River in northwestern Mississippi coupled with continuously logged physicochemical and hydrology data provided by others showed prolonged periods of hypoxia associated with higher flows. Fish spec ...
- 10.1111 ⁄ j.1752-1688.2011.00606.x
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111 ⁄ j.1752-1688.2011.00606.x
- Harshburger, Brian J.; Walden, Von P.; Humes, Karen S.; Moore, Brandon C.; Blandford, Troy R.; Rango, Albert
- Journal of the American Water Resources Association 2012 v.48 no.4 pp. 643
- Snowmelt Runoff Model; basins; image analysis; model validation; snowpack; stream flow; telemetry; watershed hydrology; watersheds; Idaho
- ... As water demand increases in the western United States, so does the need for accurate streamflow forecasts. We describe a method for generating ensemble streamflow forecasts (1-15 days) using an enhanced version of the snowmelt runoff model (SRM). Forecasts are produced for three snowmelt-dominated basins in Idaho. Model inputs are derived from meteorological forecasts, snow cover imagery, and sur ...