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|Statement||Reported by Monroe A. Hartman at the 63rd meeting of the Arkansas-White-Red Basins Interagency Committee, Austin, Texas. Prepared by Arlin D. Nicks [and others]|
|Contributions||Hartman, Monroe A., Nicks, Arlin D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 pages :|
|Number of Pages||28|
A tributary of the Washita River in southwest Oklahoma, the Little Washita Watershed(Fig. II-1) is unique in that over a period of several years it has been the target of extensive research. In the eastern portion of the watershed was chosen as part of a . Grazinglands Research Laboratory A Historical Perspective UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Water Quality Research on Little Washita River Experimental Watershed Durant, Oklahoma 12 Research and Selected Findings.
The study area is upstream Shiroro dam north-central Nigeria, West Africa, located between Latitude °N and °N and Longitude °E and °E with an estimated land area of 32, km elevation range of the watershed is between m and 1, m and with a Author: J. Daramola, T.M. Ekhwan, J. Mokhtar, K.C. Lam, G.A. Adeogun. Land cover data sets were developed for , , , , , and for the Little Washita River and Fort Cobb Reservoir experimental watersheds (LWREW and FCREW, respectively), located in southwestern Oklahoma, to support remote .
"Flooded Washita River," Annette Ross Hume, The Upper Washita Watershed, and more specifically therein, Caddo County, embodies a distinct sub-region in the state of Oklahoma. Occupying the northeastern edge of southwestern Oklahoma, Caddo County displays a . Full text of "Hydrology, erosion, and water-quality studies in the Southern Great Plains Research Watershed, Southwestern Oklahoma, / prepared by staff, Water Quality and Watershed Research Laboratory, Agricultural Research other formats.
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The Little Washita River is a tributary of the Washita River, which drains into the Red River on the Oklahoma-Texas border. Hydrological and meteorological measurements of the watershed have been conducted for decades, providing scientists a long-term data source to study soil and water conservation, water quality, and basin hydrology.
Washita River Watershed Project Severe flooding occurred along the Washita River in the early 20th Century. Towns along the river were frequently flooded, as well as productive Washita River bottomlands. Not only were crops and livestock lost to flooding.
Upper Washita River, Oklahoma: an ARS benchmark research watershed, one of 24 CEAP watershed projects: CEAP assessment. View in NAL's Catalog: CAT Hydrology of the Little Washita River Watershed, Oklahoma. This is file and requires the Acrobat reader. Data files for this publication are available below.
ABOUT THE WATERSHED. Location Originating in the Texas panhandle, the Washita River enters west-central Oklahoma in Roger Mills County. From there it flows miles in an east-southeasterly direction to its confluence with the Red River at Lake Texoma, in the south-central part of Oklahoma.
Long-Term Environmental Research: The Upper Washita River Experimental Watersheds, Oklahoma, USA Article in Journal of Environmental Quality 43(4) July. One main objective for studying sediment in the Upper Washita River Experimental Watersheds was to improve the scientific understanding of the effectiveness of watershed conservation practices and.
Upper Washita River Watershed Project The Upper Washita River Watershed Project includes 35 flood control dams in Roger Mills County. These dams were constructed by the Upper Washita Conservation District with the assistance of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation (NRCS) Watershed Program.
Two watersheds in Oklahoma, the Little Washita River Experimental Watershed (LWREW) and the Fort Cobb Reservoir Experimental Watershed (FCREW), are two prime examples of well‐equipped research watersheds that provide long‐term measurements of atmospheric. Inthe ‐km 2 Southern Great Plains Research Watershed (SGPRW) was established to study the effectiveness of USDA flood control and soil erosion prevention programs.
The size of the SGPRW was scaled back inleaving only the ‐km 2 Little Washita River Experimental Watershed (LWREW) to be used as an outdoor hydrologic research laboratory. 5) Streamflow records were analyzed for the gaging station on the Washita River at.
Cheyenne, located approximately 8 km (5 miles) downstream of the WBNHS. 6) Described and explained the effect of construction of reservoirs on tributaries of the.
Washita River upstream of the WBNHS. Climate variability, changing land use and management, and dynamic policy environments are the main reasons why long‐term research is needed to understand and predict possible water quality outcomes. Land cover data sets were developed for,and for the Little Washita River and Fort Cobb Reservoir experimental watersheds (LWREW and FCREW, respectively), located in southwestern Oklahoma, to support remote sensing based studies of soil water content.
Request PDF | Upper Washita River Experimental Watersheds: Land Cover Data Sets (–) for Two Southwestern Oklahoma Agricultural Watersheds | Land cover data sets were developed for Presently there are three CEAP watershed categories: ARS Benchmark Watersheds.
These Agricultural Research Service watershed studies will provide information needed to verify the accuracy of models used in the National Assessment.
Fourteen watersheds were selected with a focus on water and soil quality and water conservation as primary resource concerns on rain-fed. In subsequent sections major research objectives, experimental watershed facilities and notable research findings are described for large time periods after The effectiveness of SCS flood retarding structures and flood abatement on Washita River watersheds was the primary research topic at the Southern Great Plains Watershed Research.
Washita river watershed research findings. (Chickasha, Oklahoma, ), by Southern Plains Watershed Research Center, Arlin D. Nicks, and Monroe A.
This special section describes the USDA–ARS’s long-term research ( to present) in the Upper Washita River basin of Oklahoma. Data papers document datasets in detail (weather, hydrology, physiography, land cover, and sediment and nutrient water quality), and associated research papers present analyses based on those data.
The Little Washita River watershed covers square miles and is a tributary of the Washita River in southwest Oklahoma. The watershed is in the southern part of the Great Plains of the United States. Landuse can be grouped into 8 categories; range, pasture, forest, cropland, oil waste land, quarries, urban/highways, and water.
Upper Washita River experimental watersheds: Sediment database. Journal of Environmental Quality. Interpretive Summary: Improving the scientific understanding of the effectiveness of watershed conservation practices and floodwater-retardation structures to control floods and soil erosion is one of the primary objectives for.
Hydrologic Simulation of the Little Washita River Experimental Watershed Using SWAT Article in JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 39(2) - .Watershed Planning Region Report: Beaver-Cache: Evaluation of Aquifer Performance and Water Supply Capabilities of the Elk City Aquifer in Washita, Beckham, Custer, and Roger Mills Counties, Oklahoma of Aquifer Performance and Water Supply Capabilities of Alluvial and Terrace Deposits of the North Fork of the Red River in Beckham.al., ; Bryant et al., ).
Research in the Upper Washita River basin of southwestern Oklahoma, the focus of this special section, is one site in the USDA–ARS long-term watershed research portfolio.
Watershed Description and Key Scientific Contributions The Upper Washita River .