2 edition of Water resources of the Clarion River and Redbank Creek basins, northwestern Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Water resources of the Clarion River and Redbank Creek basins, northwestern Pennsylvania
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?], Lakewood, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by Theodore F. Buckwalter ... [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations, Open-file report -- 81-70., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 81-70.|
|Contributions||Buckwalter, Theodore F., Pennsylvania. Dept. of Environmental Resources., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Pennsylvania is commonly divided into five major and two minor river basins. The five major basins are the Delaware, the Great Lakes, the Ohio, the Potomac and the Susquehanna. The two minor basins are the Elk and Northeast and the Gunpowder. The largest portion of Pennsylvania lies within the Susquehanna River Basin (20, square miles) while theFile Size: 64KB. the Clarion River. Piney Creek station # (Water Resources Survey) was located just upstream from its' confluence with the Clarion River. From the period of May to October , the station recorded an average flow of 10, gpm with a total net acid load (less alkalinity) of 19, ppd. Approximately mining sites and anFile Size: 53KB.
Water Quality Monitoring in the White Clay Creek National Wild & Scenic River Watershed in Delaware and Pennsylvania White Clay Creek is protected by the United States Federal Government as a result of its designation under the Wild and Scenic Rivers System by the National Park Service. Clarion River, river formed at Johnsonburg, Elk county, northwestern Pennsylvania, U.S., by the confluence of East Branch and West Branch Clarion rivers. It flows generally southwest for about miles ( km), past the towns of Ridgway and Clarion, to join the Allegheny Clarion Dam and Reservoir are on the East Branch near Glen Hazel.
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Get this from a library. Water resources of the Clarion River: and Redbank Creek basins, northwestern Pennsylvania. [Theodore F Buckwalter; Clifford H Dodge; George R Schiner; Harry E Koester; Pennsylvania.
Department of Environmental Resources.]. The Clarion River and Redbank Creek basin occupy 1, and square miles, respectively, in northwatern Pennsylvania. The area is mostly in Clerion, Elk, and Jefferson Counties and is approximately 70 miles long and 30 miles wide.
All drainage is to the Allegheny River. Sedimentary rocks of Late Devionian Early Mississippian, and Pennsylvanian age underlie the area. CREEK BASINS, NORTHWESTERN PENNSYLVANIA AN INTERIM REPORT By Harry E. Koester and Joseph Lescinsky INTRODUCTION This report presents data on stream discharge, chemical quality, and biota collected as part of an ongoing investigation of the water resources of the Clarion River and Redbank Creek basins, northwestern by: 1.
Get this from a library. Water resources of the Clarion River and Redbank Creek basins, northwestern Pennsylvania. [Theodore F Buckwalter; Pennsylvania. Department of Environmental Resources.; Geological Survey (U.S.);].
STATION CLARION RIVER AT RIDGWAY, PA LOCATIONLat 41`25'15", long 78`44'10", Elk County, Hydrologic Unitat bridge on State Highway in Ridgway, ft below the mouth of Elk Creek.
DRAINAGE AREA square miles. PERIOD OF RECORD toto (measurements only). to September (annual peaks. The river is formed at Johnsonburg in central Elk County by the confluence of its East and West Branches.
The East Branch, approximately 15 mi (24 Water resources of the Clarion River and Redbank Creek basins long, rises in northeastern Elk County and flows southwest through East Branch Clarion River Lake to join the West Branch.
The river flows generally west-southwest across western Pennsylvania in a tight meandering course past Ridgway ⁃ coordinates: 41°29′28″N 78°40′41″W /. STATION CLARION RIVER AT RIDGWAY, PA LOCATIONLat 41`25'15", long 78`44'10", Elk County, Hydrologic Unitat bridge on State Highway in Ridgway, ft below the mouth of Elk Creek.
Located in northwestern Pennsylvania, its headwaters break the surface in McKean County and join with the Allegheny River in Clarion County. The Clarion River's Water Trail Guides are divided into three sections: the Upper (Headwaters to Irwin Run), the Middle (Irwin Run to Mill Creek), and the Lower (Mill Creek to the Allegheny River).
The Water Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with State, municipal, and Federal agencies, collects a large amount of data pertaining to the water resources of Pennsylvania each water year.
These data, accumulated during many water years, constitute a valuable data base for developing an improved understanding of the water resources of the State.
on Streamflow and Water Quality in the Mahanoy Creek Basin, Schuylkill, Columbia, and Northumberland Counties, Pennsylvania, by Charles A.
Cravotta III. U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey. In cooperation with the Schuylkill Conservation District and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. Water Resources of the Delaware River Basin on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Water Resources of the Delaware River BasinManufacturer: U.S. Government Printing Office. Water Quality in the Allegheny and Monongahela River Basins, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New York, and Maryland, Usgs Circular [Robert M. Anderson, United U.
Department of the Interior, Et Al] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Major influences and findings for ground water quality, surface water quality, and biology in the Allegheny and Monongahela River Author: Robert M.
Anderson. Full text of "History of Clarion County, Pennsylvania" See other formats. The Clarion was an interesting river in that if was all flat water in a narrow valley with little flood plain. The shallow areas were not any wider than the deep areas and more often than not we found the deeper channels on the outside of the river, as opposed to the center of the channel.
TABLE PROPOSED PENNSYLVANIA SCENIC RIVERS IN THE ORBES REGION Sources (13) & (27) Drainage Area (a) Q R Stream Name Tionesta Creek Lake Creek Sugar Creek French Creek Allegheny River Oil Creek Pi thole Creek East Sandy Creek Sandy Creek Little Scrubgrass Creek Clarion River Bear Creek Location (County) Forest, McKean, Warren(d.
The Clarion River is a beautiful place to paddle, and a federally-designated Wild and Scenic River, with long stretches of calm water interspersed with rapids that can reach easy class II.
This reach starts at Portland Mills, goes along the southern boundary of the Allegheny National Forest, past Clear Creek State Park and Cooks Forest State Park. The average annual discharge of the Lehigh River at Bethlehem and the Susquehanna River at Harrisburg are 2, c.f.s.
c.f.s., respectively, as published in " Water Resources Data for Pennsylvania, Part 1, Surface Water Records" by the U. Geological Survey. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable ced material may be challenged and removed.
This is a list of streams and rivers in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. of Toby Creek, flow measurements were recorded at that location. The total acid loads at the mouth of Toby Creek for each preceding report are summarized in Table 1.
The United States Geological Survey is presently conducting a study of the water quality of the Redbank Creek and Clarion River Size: KB. The USGS' National Water Census quantifies water supply and demand across the country, with the goal of achieving a sustainable water strategy to help meet the nation's water needs.
The Delaware River Basin was a focus area of this USGS water availability initiative, and a three-year study was completed. Delaware River Basin Water Census Focus Area Study: Presentation given by Jeff Fischer.
Water Resources of Monroe County, New York, Water Yearswith Emphasis on Water Quality in the Irondequoit Creek Basin Part 1. Water-Resources Data By Donald A. Sherwood Abstract Water quality in the square-mile Irondequoit Creek basin, in eastern Monroe County, N.Y., has been documented for more than : D.A.
Sherwood.Youngstown. High on the Allegheny Plateau overlooking the Clarion River, the rural setting is in the midst of one of Pennsylvania's most scenic resort areas.
The rolling wooded countryside, interspersed with small farms, affords some of the most enjoyable outdoor activities to be found anywhere in Northwestern Pennsylvania, and the Clarion.Brady’s Bend Anticlinal — This is one of the best-known axes in Western Pennsylvania, and has been traced from the Ohio River.
It enters the county near the mouth of Redbank Creek and courses northeastwardly, at about north 36° east, through Madison, Monroe, Clarion, and Mill Creek townships, leaving Rimersburg. and Reidsburg a little to.