7 edition of Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas found in the catalog.
Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas
by Oregon State University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Pacific Northwest Ecosystem Research Consortium (Corporate Author), David Hulse (Editor), Stan Gregory (Editor), Joan P. Baker (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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Willamette River. Science Pub: The Willamette River in a Changing Climate () Trajectories of Change (video, ) Willamette Basin Alternative Futures Analysis () Willamette River Basin Atlas (). Effective, sustainable management of urban water systems, including drinking water, stormwater, wastewater, and natural water systems, is critical to the health and well-being of people in urban areas and the ecosystems that encompass them. The demands of human population growth, aging infrastructure, and changing climate will increase pressure on these Author: M. Santelmann, D. Hulse, M. Wright, C. Enright, A. Branscomb, M. Tchintcharauli-Harrison, J. Bolson.
Willamette River Basin planning atlas: Trajectories of environmental and ecological change. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press. Northwest climate and culture: Dampy myths and dry . At the GLT conservation planning workshop in April, Dr. David Hulse from the University of Oregon gave a presentation on various scenarios for growth and change in the Valley as outlined in the Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas, Trajectories of Environmental and Ecological Change. This comprehensive study of growth and change in the.
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The Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas offers a valuable resource for anyone interested in the region's past, present, and future. Using a dazzling variety of color maps, charts, and photographs, the Atlas presents a vast amount of information intended to provide a long-term, large-scale view of changes in human and natural systems within.
Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas. Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas book Table of Contents. Preface. List of Maps. List of Figures.
List of Tables Geology; Soils; Elevation and Elevation Profiles; 3. Water Resources. Stream Network; Historical Willamette River Channel Change; Off-channel Habitats; Flood Inundation / FEMA Floodplains Book Order: Contact us. The Willamette River (/ w ɪ ˈ l æ m ɪ t / wil-AM-it) is a major tributary of the Columbia River, accounting for 12 to 15 percent of the Columbia's Willamette's main stem is miles ( km) long, lying entirely in northwestern Oregon in the United States.
Flowing northward between the Oregon Coast Range and the Cascade Range, the river and its tributaries form Mouth: Columbia River. Get this from a library. Willamette River Basin planning atlas: trajectories of environmental and ecological change.
[David Hulse; Stan Gregory; Joan P Baker; Pacific Northwest Ecosystem Research Consortium.;]. "Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas, Trajectories of Environmental and Ecological Change" is a large format volume, full of color maps, tables, aerial and archival photos and other illustrations.
With lucid text, it provides long-term, large-scale perspective of human and natural systems of the Willamette Basin through time. The Pacific Northwest Ecosystem Research Consortium, consisting of scientists at EPA-WED, Oregon State University, and the University of Oregon, completed a planning atlas for the Willamette River Basin in western Oregon.
The atlas describes ecological conditions and human activities in the Basin, in the past, currently, and projected into the future, in a format designed. The Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas: Trajectories of Environmental and Ecological Change, an atlas compiled by the Pacific Northwest Ecosystem Research Consortium, is an excellent source on the Willamette River.
This atlas was compiled by a. A new atlas offers a crystal ball into the future of the Willamette Basin. Published earlier this year by the Oregon State University Press, Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas, Trajectories of Environmental and Ecological Change details ecological conditions and human activity in the Willamette River Basin through the past century and a half.
Reservoir Economics Methods in Brief. We estimated the value of stored water for recreation at the Willamette Basin federal reservoirs using monthly visitor count data obtained from the US Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) for the years (period available at time of analysis), and an expected average willingness-to-pay per visitor day (Loomis, ).
Book Chapter Hulse D, Branscomb A, Goicochea-Duclos J, Gregory SV, Ashkenas L, Minear P, Payne S, Richey D, Dearborn H, Christy J, Alverson E, Richmond M. Willamette River Basin planning atlas: Trajectories of environmental and ecological change.
Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas: Looks at three alternative scenarios of the Basin’s future, showing effects of management of urban, rural, and natural lands and waters across the entire basin through the year The Christmas flood of was a major flood in the Pacific Northwest and some of Northern California between Decemand January 7,spanning the Christmas holiday.
Considered a year flood, it was the worst flood in recorded history on nearly every major stream and river in coastal Northern California and one of the worst to affect the Willamette Location: California, Oregon, and Washington states.
The Willamette River (/ w ɪ ˈ l æ m ɪ t / wil-AM-it) is a major tributary of the Columbia River, accounting for 12 to 15 percent of the Columbia's flow. The Willamette's main stem is miles ( km) long, lying entirely in northwestern Oregon in the United States.
Flowing northward between the Oregon Coast Range and the Cascade Range, the river and its tributaries form. textual layout for Willamette River Basin planning atlas. Faculty Research Assistant, Oregon State University Responsible for research and production of a land cover/land use map of the Willamette River Basin using satellite imagery, aerial photography, and GIS coverages.
Developed forest cover maps and stand replacement disturbance File Size: KB. The Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas supports this endeavor by compiling, analyzing, and representing the best available information about critical natural and cultural factors influenc-ing land and water use decisions.
Once compiled, this information was used in a collaborative. Based on the Willamette River basin Planning Atlas. Willamette Partnership. Toepel, Kathryn A. The Flanagan Site: years of Occupation in the Upper Willamette Valley, Oregon. dissertation. University of Oregon, Department of Anthropology, Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas: Trajectories of Environmental and Ecological.
Bythe Willamette River Basin is projected to be between 1° Celsius (2° Fahrenheit) and 7° C (13° F) warmer than in the recent past (). Here we summarize climate projections for the Willamette River Basin determined from analysis and downscaling of global climate models and provide context for the three WW climate scenarios.
30 years (Willamette Basin Task Force [WBTF] ). Comparing WBTF data for (Table 3), forested lands have remained constant in size, but have been subject to. [Originally published on my blog Historical Threads on Dec. 16, This version has been refined & corrected, where necessary.] The image above came from p.
4 of Portland’s Willamette River Atlas, and it shows a fascinating comparison of the lower Willamette River in (left) and This map shows the significant hydrologic and topographic changes to the river over the. Atlas of West Linn Oregon Download the West Linn Atlas in PDF format using the link below.
Please note, these digital files are very large in size due to the complexity of the map drawings and number of pages. Research Program and Context The Challenge Byan additional million people are expected to live in the Willamette River Basin, bringing the total to around 4 million (Fig.
4). That’s equivalent to adding three more cities the size of Portland or 13 the size of Eugene. Population growth rates in the WRB are outpacing both state and.Aquatic Life.
In Pacific Northwest Ecosystem Research Consortium Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas: Trajectories of Environmental and Ecological Change. Version Edited by D. Hulse, S. Gregory, and J. Baker. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, OR. pp.I see this report representing the river as a resource to be actively used by the people of the Valley to make money.
The framework doesn't allow for conserving the river as a beautiful resource essential to life. It is striking to compare this report with the Willamette River Basin Planning Atlas ().