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Water resources of the Upper Henrys Fork basin in eastern Idaho

R. L. Whitehead

Water resources of the Upper Henrys Fork basin in eastern Idaho

by R. L. Whitehead

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Published by The Department in [Boise] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Idaho,
  • Henrys Fork Watershed.
    • Subjects:
    • Hydrology -- Idaho -- Henrys Fork Watershed.,
    • Water quality -- Idaho -- Henrys Fork Watershed.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby R. L. Whitehead ; prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Idaho Department of Water Resources.
      SeriesWater information bulletin ;, no. 46
      ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.), Idaho. Dept. of Water Resources.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD224.I2 W3 no. 46, GB705.I2 W3 no. 46
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 91 p. :
      Number of Pages91
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4379595M
      LC Control Number78624075

      The Henry’s Fork Chapter was the first chapter created under the Idaho Master Naturalist Program back in ! This chapter has five main partners, and is comprised of dedicated full time residents and seasonal residents of the beautiful Island Park area. PLEASE ENTER ALL VOLUNTEER HOURS BY J !!! Daniel Wilcox has been hired as the Farms and Fish Program Manager for the Upper Snake River Collaborative on January 6th He was born on a farm and ranch just southwest of Rexburg ID, near the confluence of the Henry’s Fork and the South Fork of the Snake River.

        As of May 2, the highest snowpack percentages in the state ranged from to percent of median in the Clearwater, Spokane and Northern Panhandle Region. Not far behind were basins in eastern Idaho such as the Little Lost and Birch Basins, Henrys Fork, Teton, and Snake Basin above Palisades at to percent. The Henrys Fork River Basin is located in eastern Idaho. Fremont, Madison, and Teton counties are mostly contained within the basin, as is a small portion of Clark county. The basin is bounded on the north by the Centennial Range, to the northeast by the Madison Range, and to the east .

      water, deg C Long-term median flow 8/20 Undefined: Bear Lake nr west shore mi SE of Fish Haven ID: 08/20 MDT -- -- Bear River Basin: BEAR RIVER AT BORDER, WY: 08/20 MDT: -- BEAR RIVER AT PESCADERO ID: 08/20 MDT: 1, -- BEAR RIVER. USGS Water Resources Data Category: Geographic Payette River Basin: SOUTH FORK PAYETTE RIVER AT LOWMAN, ID: 08/14 MDT: DEADWOOD RIVER BL DEADWOOD RES NR LOWMAN ID: 08/14 MDT Idaho Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified: EDT.


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Water resources of the Upper Henrys Fork basin in eastern Idaho by R. L. Whitehead Download PDF EPUB FB2

WATER RESOURCES OF THE UPPER HENRYS FORK BASIN IN EASTERN IDAHO Idaho Department of Water Resources Water Information Bulletin No. 46 May Henrys Fork of the Snake River drops 65 feet over Lower Mesa Falls near Ashton, Idaho (Division of Tourism and Industrial Development Photo).

Technical Completion Report: Ground-water Model Calibration for the Henrys Fork Recharge Area PDF kb: 05/ Water Resources of the Upper Henrys Fork Basin in Eastern Idaho PDF mb: 12/ State of Idaho, The State Water Plan — Part Two PDF mb: 02/ St.

Anthony Pilot Recharge Project PDF mb: 07/ Board (IWRB), developed this Henrys Fork River basin water needs assessment as part of the drought conditions that have the potential to deplete water resources. The Henrys Fork River basin is a major tributary to the Snake River, contributing approximately one-third of the Snake River’s flow in eastern Idaho.

Located in the upper reaches. water in the Henrys Fork Basin in eastern Idaho (fig. 1A). These studies were done in cooperation with the following agencies or groups: Idaho Division of Envi-ronmental Quality (DEQ), Dis-trict 7 Health Department, Idaho Department of Water Resources (IDWR), Idaho Department of Agriculture (IDAG), Bureau of Reclamation, Henrys Fork Foun-Cited by: 1.

The Henrys Fork of the Snake River (Henrys Fork River) basin in eastern Idaho is experiencing population growth, urban development, irrigation needs, changes in climate, and drought conditions which are depleting water resources. The Henrys Fork watershed provides irrigation for overacres and sustains a world class-trout fishery.

The Henrys Fork of the Snake River (Henrys Fork River) is located in eastern Idaho, in the upper Snake River watershed. The river provides irrigation water for overacres, sustains a world-class trout fishery, and is a strong hold for native Yellowstone cutthroat trout.

The Bureau of Reclamation and the State of Idaho, in collaboration with a stakeholder working group, conducted a Basin Study for the Henrys Fork River basin. The overall purpose of the Basin Study was to assess current and future water supply and demand in the Henrys Fork Basin and adjacent areas that receive water from the basin, and to.

USGS Water Resources Data Category: Geographic Henrys Fork Basin: HENRYS LAKE NR LAKE ID: 08/11 MDT: -- HENRYS FORK NR LAKE ID Page Contact Information: Idaho Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified:.

The Upper Henrys Fork subbasin is the origin of the Henrys Fork of the Snake River. Parts of the subbasin are also located in Wyoming and Yellowstone National Park. The quality of surface waters within the subbasin is generally good, with almost half of the water.

The colored dots on this map depict streamflow conditions as a percentile, which is computed from the period of record for the current day of the stations with at least 30 years of record are used.

Henrys Fork is a tributary river of the Snake River, approximately miles ( km) long, in southeastern Idaho in the United States.

It is also referred to as the North Fork of the Snake drainage basin is 3, square miles (8, km 2), including its main tributary, the Teton River. Its mean annual discharge, as measured at river mile (Henrys Fork near Rexburg) by the United. It accounts for about 20% of the basin's land area.

The eastern portion is forested, mountainous and sparsely populated with about 68% of the land area within the Nez Perce National Forest. The South Fork Clearwater River Plan was adopted by the Idaho Water Resource Board in and approved by the legislature in Upper Snake River Basin: Snake River near Irwin, ID (below Palisades Reservoir) Upper Snake River Basin: Snake River near Heise, ID: Henrys Fork Basin: Henrys Fork near Island Park, ID: Henrys Fork Basin: Henrys Fork near Ashton, ID: Henrys Fork Basin: Fall River above Yellowstone Canal near Squirrel, ID: Henrys Fork.

water, deg C Long-term median flow 8/21 Undefined: Bear Lake nr west shore mi SE of Fish Haven ID: 08/21 MDT -- -- Bear River Basin: BEAR RIVER AT BORDER, WY: 08/21 MDT: -- BEAR RIVER AT PESCADERO ID: 08/21 MDT: 1, -- BEAR RIVER.

IDWR has divided the state into over 50 administrative basins in order to coordinate water management activities. Each basin is assigned to one of the four IDWR regions. Nitrate Concentrations in Ground Water in the Henrys Fork Basin, Eastern Idaho U.S. Department of the Interior USGS Fact Sheet FS––00 U.S.

Geological Survey February In andthe U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) com-pleted comprehensive studies of nitrate concentrations in ground water in the Henrys Fork Basin in eastern Idaho.

Upper and Lower Henrys Fork TMDL 5-Year Review vii Executive Summary This document presents a 5-year review of the Upper and Lower Henry’s Fork Total Maximum Daily Loads: Addendum to the Upper Henry’s Fork Subbasin Assessment and TMDLs (DEQ a). It addresses the water bodies in the Upper and Lower Henrys Fork subbasins that are in.

Download the best and only digital GPS accurate fishing map of the world famous Henry's Fork River in Idaho. All public fishing access points and areas, Harriman State Park, Boat Launches, River Mileages, Float Mileages, Campgrounds, and more.

This is the best map ever created for the Henry's Fork River. known as a part of the lower Henrys Fork basin. In the lower Henrys Fork region, the lowlands are irrigated with water diverted from Henrys Fork and Teton and Falls Rivers. The lowlands and the irrigated area around Ashton are in the Fremont- Madison.

Ground-Water Aspects Of the Lower Henrys Fork Region, Eastern Idaho By E. CROSTHWAITE, M. MUNDORFF, and E. WALKER CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE HYDROLOGY OF THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER C Prepared in cooperation with the. Panhandle Region. Not far behind were basins in eastern Idaho such as the Little Lost and Birch Basins, Henrys Fork, Teton, and Snake Basin above Palisades at to percent.

The Payette, Boise, Salmon, Wood and Lost Basins ranged from 74 to percent of median. Southside Snake River Basins along the Nevada.Natural Resources Conservation Service. Idaho Water Supply Outlook Report. May 1, Snow-free landscape near the South Fork Payette River, May 2, Photo courtesy of Danny Tappa.

Across central Idaho, little snow remains below approximately 6, feet in elevation after warm and dry weather promoted widespread snowmelt during April.We cover the largest service area in the region including the Henry’s Fork, South Fork, Madison, Teton, Yellowstone Park, area lakes and more.

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