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Salinity, runoff and wind measurements, Yaquina Estuary, Oregon

Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory.

Salinity, runoff and wind measurements, Yaquina Estuary, Oregon

working paper

by Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory.

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Published by NTIS in Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salinity -- Oregon -- Yaquina River Estuary -- Measurement.,
  • Winds -- Oregon -- Yaquina Estuary -- Measurement.,
  • Runoff -- Oregon -- Yaquina River Estuary -- Measurement.,
  • Estuaries -- Mathematical models.,
  • Water quality -- Oregon -- Yaquina Estuary.,
  • Yaquina Estuary (Or.)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFederal Water Pollution Control Administration, Northwest Region, Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory, Corvallis, Oregon.
    SeriesWorking paper -- no. 70.
    ContributionsUnited States. Federal Water Pollution Control Administration. Northwest Region.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42 leaves :
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17644329M

    List of Tables Table Designated uses and water quality attainments for Yaquina Estuary/River 3 Table Selected water quality criteria for Oregon estuaries 4 Table Comparison of the magnitude of nitrogen sources during wet and dry seasons for Yaquina Estuary, Oregon 23 Table Sampling frequency for cruise data collected by U. The teepee book with a new introduction by Gene M. Gressley. New York: Sol Lewis, c BM4 F53 The really hard problem: meaning in a material world / Owen Flanagan. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, c BA8 G34

      Time series measurements of: windstress (estimated from wind velocities) from NOAA buoy station at NH, near surface (2 m depth) salinity and temperature at NH, ISMT2 and LOBO, and near-bottom ( m depth) salinity and temperature at ISMT2 for 21 June to 23 July are presented in Fig. 4. acific herring enter the Yaquina estuary in February to spawn. Females produce up to 30, sticky eggs that adhere to eelgrass, seaweed, and rocks. The eggs hatch in 10 days and the estuary becomes a nursery for the young herring that remain there through the fall. Pacific Herring. Clupea pallasi. B. ay pipefish are well camouflaged in.

    This report is accompanied by the page Yaquina Estuary Conservation Plan Atlas that that conveys visually the many factors affecting the health and viability of the estuary. Suggested citation: Bauer, J., E. Lev, A. Miller & J.A. Christy. Yaquina Estuary Conservation Plan. Report to Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS In-House and Extramural Research Coastal Pollution Branch Through Octo Compiled by Arleen M. Chi 1 dears CERL - Marine and Freshwater Ecology Branch Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory Office of Research and Development U.S. Environmental Protection Agency S. W. 35th Street Corvallis, Oregon


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Salinity, runoff and wind measurements, Yaquina Estuary, Oregon by Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory. Download PDF EPUB FB2

SALINITY, RUNOFF AND WIND MEASURFMENTS YAQUINA ESTUARY, OREGON April - October by R. Callaway G. Ditsworth D. Cutchin Working Paper No.

70 United States Department of the Interior Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Northwest Region Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory Southwest Thirty-fifth Street Corvallis, Oregon SALINITY, RUNOFF AND WIND MEASUREMENTS YAQUINA ESTUARY, OREGON April - October by R.

Callaway G. Ditsworth D. Cutchin Working Paper No. 70 United States Department of the Interior Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Northwest Region Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory Southwest Thirty-fifth Street Corvallis.

Salinity Salinity, runoff and wind measurements, Salinity Estuary, Oregon, Conductivity data from which salinity values were computed were collected at 10 locations in Yaquina Bay from April to October Streamflow was measured for the Yaquina River, Elk Creek and Mill Creek from April to November   Coordinates Yaquina Bay (/ j ə ˈ k w ɪ n ə / yə-KWIN-ə) is a coastal estuarine community found in Newport, Oregon, United StatesYaquina Bay is a semi-enclosed body of water, approximately 8 km² ( mi²) in area, with free connection to the Pacific Ocean, but also diluted with freshwater from the Yaquina River land drainage.

The Bay is traversed by the Yaquina Bay Bridge. Salinity, runoff and wind measurements, Yaquina Estuary, Oregon, April October By. Abstract. Conductivity data from which salinity values were computed were collected at 10 locations in Yaquina Bay from April to October Streamflow was measured for the Yaquina River, Elk Creek and Mill Creek from April to November.

Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science () 15, Dissolved Silicon in the Yaquina Estuary, Oregon Richard J. Callawaya and David T. Spechtb "Environmental Protection Agency, Corvallis, OregonU.S.A. and Environmental Protection Agency, Marine Science Center, Nezvport, OregonU.S.A. Received 1o February, and in revised form 15 February.

The Yaquina River flows into Yaquina Bay, a macro-tidal estuary on the west coast of the United States, and ultimately into the Pacific Ocean at Newport, Oregon ().The watershed rises from sea level to an elevation of m and has a surface area of km 2 ().The average elevation of the watershed is m.

Coordinates: 44°37′05″N °01′49″W  /  °N °W  / Yaquina Bay (/ j ə ˈ k w ɪ n ə / yə-KWIN-ə) is a coastal estuarine community found in Newport, Oregon, United StatesYaquina Bay is a semi-enclosed body of water, approximately 8 km² ( mi²) in area, with free connection to the Pacific Ocean, but also diluted with freshwater from the Yaquina River.

Yaquina Estuary is a small, drowned, river valley estuary located along the central Oregon coast (°N, ° W) of the United States (), with surface and watershed areas of 19 and km 2, are mixed semidiurnal, with a mean range of m and a tidal prism volume of × 10 7 m 3 (Shirzad et al., ).Approximately 70% of the volume of the estuary is exchanged.

On 21 Julynearly 3 days after wind reversed to upwelling-favorable and following a retreat of the CRP from Yaquina Bay (marked by the increase in salinity, Fig. User Scholars Archive Admin has attached to Salinity, runoff and wind measurements, Yaquina Estuary, Oregon, April October July 6th, Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press.

Salinity, runoff and wind measurements, Yaquina Estuary, Oregon, April October Public DepositedAuthor: Richard J.

Callaway, George R. Ditsworth, D. Cutchin. Salinity, runoff and wind measurements, Yaquina Estuary, Oregon, April October Work Analytics.

14 since Janu Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press. The Valley Library Corvallis, OR Contact Us. Salinity, Runoff and Wind Measurements, Yaquina Estuary, Oregon, April October Corvallis, Or.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Northwest Region, Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory.

Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press. We present an example application of logistic regression models to predict the probability of exceedance of a water quality threshold, using DO data from the Yaquina estuary, Oregon, USA.

Models including water temperature and salinity correctly classified exceedances of DO about 80 % of the time. Average monthly difference in salinity between surface and bottom waters in Yaquina Bay. Salinity differences less than 30o indicate a well-mixed estuarine system; 4oo/00, a partly-mixed system.

] Unpublished weekly salinity measurements taken at Buoy 15 (near Coquille Point) by the Depart- ment of Oceanography, Oregon State University.

Sampling occurred in Yaquina Bay, Oregon from to–, and – at six eelgrass (Z. marina) and five dock sites (), although all eleven sites were not sampled each year ().Juvenile fish were collected using unbaited square minnow traps, which are approximately 61 X 61 cm on the base and 46 cm tall, with a cm wide vertical opening and cm mesh size.

Volume 4, Issue 2, AprilPagesSedimentary response to hydrography in an Oregon estuary. Author links open overlay panel L.D. Kulm John V. Byrne. Pacific herring enter the Yaquina estuary in February to spawn.

Females produce up to 30, sticky eggs that adhere to eelgrass, seaweed, and rocks. The eggs hatch in 10 days and the estuary becomes a nursery for the young herring that remain there through the fall. Pacific Herring Clupea pallasi Bay pipefish are well camouflaged in eelgrass beds. Map showing location of Y1 (Yaquina), Umpqua, Coos, Tillamook, and Siletz YSI data sonde deployments (circles), wind station (NWP03, square symbol).

As part of a larger study to examine the effect of climate change (CC) on estuarine resources, we simulated the effect of rising sea level, alterations in river discharge, and increasing atmospheric temperatures on water properties (temperature and salinity) in the Yaquina Estuary. Due to uncertainty in the effects of climate change, initial model simulations were performed for different.While the observed minimum salinity values in the Yaquina Bay estuary during the intrusion of the CRP (Fig.

4 bottom) may not be much lower than the typical variability observed during other periods (e.g., PSU difference on 26 JuneFig. 4), the estuary is exposed to low salinity for periods longer than one tidal cycle when the CRP is.Understanding of the role of oceanic input in nutrient loadings is important for understanding nutrient and phytoplankton dynamics in estuaries adjacent to coastal upwelling regions as well as determining the natural background conditions.

We examined the nitrogen sources to Yaquina Estuary (Oregon, USA) as well as the relationships between physical forcing and gross oceanic input of nutrients.