River-quality assessment of the Truckee and Carson River system, California and Nevada; hydrologic characteristics

Open-File Report 84-576
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Abstract

A study of the Truckee and Carson Rivers was begun in October 1978 to assess the cause and effect relations between human and natural actions, and the quality of water at different times and places along the rivers. This report deals with the compilation of basic hydrologic data and the presentation of some of the new data collected during the study. Topographic, flow, and chemical data, data from recent time-of-travel studies, and new data on river mileages and drainage areas that were determined using new , high-resolution maps, are included. The report is a guide to locating maps, aerial photographs, computer files, and reports that relate to the rivers and their basins. It describes methods for compiling and expressing hydrologic information for ease of reading and understanding by the many users of water-related data. Text, tabular data, and colored plates with detailed maps and hydrographs are extensively cross referenced. (USGS)

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Publication type Report
Publication Subtype USGS Numbered Series
Title River-quality assessment of the Truckee and Carson River system, California and Nevada; hydrologic characteristics
Series title Open-File Report
Series number 84-576
DOI 10.3133/ofr84576
Edition -
Year Published 1986
Language ENGLISH
Publisher U.S. Geological Survey,
Description vi, 201 p. :ill. (1 col.), maps ;28 cm.
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