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Spatial and temporal variability of dissolved sulfate in Devils Lake, North Dakota, 1998
Bradley A Sether
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, North Dakota Dept. of Health in [Bismarck, ND]
Written in English
|Other titles||USGS science for a changing world, Our water, keeping it clean|
|Statement||[B.A. Sether, A.V. Vecchia, and W.R. Berkas]|
|Series||Fact sheet -- FS-096-99, Fact sheet (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- FS-99-096|
|Contributions||Vecchia, Aldo V, Berkas, Wayne R, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers, Geological Survey (U.S.), North Dakota. Dept. of Health|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
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The temporal and spatial variability of dissolved organic carbon characteristics in an acidic groundwater‐dependent wetland: the impact of pH, iron, aluminium and hydrology Azra Munirah Mat Daud (Hons), (Env) Philosophy of The University of Western Australia. The Devils Lake Basin encompasses 9, square kilometers, which makes Devils Lake the largest lake in North Dakota (USGS, ). The Red River flows into the lake from the north and recharges the water supply; although, the lake is unusual because it has no channels acting as outlets for the water.
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Spatial and Temporal Variability of Dissolved Sulfate in Devils Lake, North Dakota, Introduction The Devils Lake Basin is a 3,square- mile closed subbasin of the Red River of the North Basin (fig. About 3, square miles of the total 3, square miles is tributary to Devils Lake.
The Devils Lake Basin contributes to the RedCited by: 5. Get this from a library. Spatial and temporal variability of dissolved sulfate in Devils Lake, North Dakota, [Bradley A Sether; Aldo V Vecchia; Wayne R Berkas; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.; Geological Survey (U.S.); North Dakota.
Department of Health.]. Devils Lake, in northeastern North Dakota, is a closed-basin lake characterized by large fluctuations in water level and in concentrations of dissolved chemical constituents.
A study was conducted to assess spatial and seasonal variability in water-quality conditions in Devils Lake during September through October 1998 book conductance, which generally increased from west to east in.
Spatial and Seasonal Variability in Water Quality of Devils Lake, North Dakota, September Through October BySteven K. Sando and Robert M. Lent Abstract Devils Lake, in northeastern North Dakota, is a closed-basin lake characterized by large fluctuations in water level and in concentrations of dissolved chemical constituents.
A study wasCited by: 5. Runoff from concentrated animal feeding operations and croplands in the Upper Devils Lake Basin (Towner and Ramsey Counties), North Dakota, has the potential to impact the water quality and wildlife of the Lake Alice National Wildlife Refuge. Water samples were collected at eight locations upstream and downstream of the refuge, beginning in June through Marchto identify the Cited by: 4.
Abstract. The spatial and temporal distribution of Spatial and temporal variability of dissolved sulfate in Devils Lake (DMS),Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) – its precursor –,Dimethylsulfoxyde (DMSO) – one of its oxidation products –Carbonyl sulfide (COS) and Carbonyl disulfide (CS 2) wereinvestigated during nine oceanographic cruises carried out in six majortidal European estuaries between July and May Cited by: Devils Lake is a saline lake in a large, closed drainage basin in northeastern North Dakota.
Previous studies determined that major-ion and nutrient concentrations in Devils Lake are strongly affected by microbially mediated sulfate reduction and dissolution of sulfate and carbonate minerals in the bottom sediments.
These studies documented substantial spatial variability in the magnitude of. Spatial and seasonal variability in water quality of Devils Lake, North Dakota, September through October Bismarck, N.D.: U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver CO: Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor], Abstract.
Optical properties of dissolved (colored dissolved organic material (CDOM)) and particulate matter and hydrographic measurements were obtained at the Mid-Atlantic Bight during the fall of and the spring of as part of the Coastal Mixing and Optics experiment.
To assess the temporal and spatial variability, time series were. Spatial and Temporal Variability of Dissolved Sulfate in Devils Lake, North Dakota, US Geological Survey Fact Sheet () F No.
99e The Globe and Mail, and identify important mechanisms regulating spatial and temporal patterns in SO 4 2 concentrations in Adirondack lakes. Deposition and Runoff  It has been suggested that for lakes in the northeast-ern United States, atmospheric S deposition is the most important factor in Cited by: Devils Lake is a lake in the U.S.
state of North is the largest natural body of water and the second-largest body of water in North Dakota after Lake can reach a level of 1, ft ( m) before naturally flowing into the Sheyenne River via the Tolna Jit reached an unofficial historical high elevation of 1, ft ( m).Location: Ramsey / Benson counties, North Dakota, U.S.
The State of North Dakota completed construction of an outlet from the west end of Devils Lake to the Sheyenne River. Devils Lake rose feet.
An increase ofinundated acres, or about square miles. During that same time period, the volume of water in Devils Lake had grown by more than seven times. Timeline Facts File Size: 2MB. Devils Lake is a city in Ramsey County, North Dakota, United is the county seat of Ramsey County.
The population was 7, at the census. It is named after the nearby body of water, Devils first house in Devils Lake was built in Country: United States. Characterization of the spatial and temporal variability of surface deep aquifers) are often not feasible.
This work is devoted to the determination of the spatial and temporal variations of surface water extent at m over 9years (–) for the extreme North-South variability in the length of the growing period (LGP) including Cited by: Devils Lake, North Dakota.
Acquired on Aug (top), and September 1, (bottom), these true-color images show dramatic expansion of Devils Lake in North Dakota. In the s, the lake began flooding, spilling into neighboring Stump Lake. Regolith – Ten Years of CRC LEME 25 0 20 40 60 80 5 (a)) + Spatial and temporal variability of acidity at a coastal acid sulfate soil site II: a time for change.
Spatial and temporal variability of bulk DOC quantity. On a date-by-date basis, DOC concentration patterns exhibited some level of temporal variability consistent with previous studies in Arbutus watershed (Inamdar et al.,Kang and Mitchell, ) and elsewhere (Hornberger et al.,Hood et al.,Wagner et al., ).Cited by: Stump Lake Impact on Tolna Coulee Ground Water (Part B) ASAP/ESAP Summary.
Sources and Processes Affecting Dissolved Sulfate Concentrations in the Upper Sheyenne River. Survey of Specific Fish Pathogens in Free-Ranging Fish from Devils Lake, North Dakota. Flood Infrastructure Expenditure () Radiocarbon Dating of Beaches and Outlets of.
Spatial distribution and temporal variability in the forms of phosphorus in the Beaver River subwatershed of Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada Jennifer J. Miles1*, M. Catherine Eimers2, Rebecca L.
North,3** and Peter J. Dillon3 1 Environmental and Life Sciences Graduate Program, Trent University, West Bank Dr, Peterborough, K9J 7B8, ON, Canada. Devils Lake has an enhanced sensitivity to long-term shifts in global circulation patterns as the level of the lake depends on many years of antecedent precipitation, runoff, and evaporation.
If at any time precipitation, runoff, or evaporation is dominant, a corresponding dramatic response occurs in .RESOLVING SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY IN DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER CHARACTERISTICS WITHIN COMBINED AGRICULTURAL AND STORMWATER CONVEYANCES Bryce A.
Mihalevich In many urban areas, stormwater runoff can threaten the ecological health of streams and downstream water bodies. Due to the increased impervious nature of urbanAuthor: Bryce Mihalevich, Tony Melcher, Jeff Horsburgh.Spatial and Temporal Variations of Groundwater Arsenic in South and Southeast Asia Scott Fendorf,1* Holly A.
Michael,2* Alexander van Geen3* Over the past few decades, groundwater wells installed in rural areas through out the major river basins draining the Himalayas have become the main sourc e of drinking water for tens of millions of people.