Stream flow and temperature modeling in the Susitna Basin, Alaska : final report /

The proposed Susitna Hydroelectric Project may effects on downstream fishery populations and habitats in the Susitna River drainage, Alaska. To predict these effects and to identify appropriate streamflow regimes to minimize negative effects and to aid mitigation efforts, a simulation with a compute...

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Additional Author(s):Wilson, William J., 1931-

Voos, Kenneth A.

Meyer, P. R.

Leslie, Lynn D.

Valdez, Beverly J.
Corporate Contributor(s):Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center (Alaska)

Alaska Power Authority.

HARZA-EBASCO Susitna Joint Venture.
Publisher:Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center,
Report Numbers:APA 230

APA 323

SUS 217
Edition:[June 1983 edition].
Series:Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 230.
Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 323.
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Summary:The proposed Susitna Hydroelectric Project may effects on downstream fishery populations and habitats in the Susitna River drainage, Alaska. To predict these effects and to identify appropriate streamflow regimes to minimize negative effects and to aid mitigation efforts, a simulation with a computerized model system was conducted to determine such post-project conditions. Unmeasured water discharges and stream temperatures are predicted. In building this water balance model, determination of stream temperatures required flow data at various mainstem and tributary locations.
Physical Description:viii, 60, 14, 20, 9 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
Notes:"This report was prepared by the following AEIDC staff: William J. Wilson, principal investigator ; Ken A. Voos, environmental engineer ; Paul R. Meyer, hydrologist ; Lynn D. Leslie, climatologist ; Beverly J. Valdez, information coordinator"--Page [iii].

"June 30, 1983."

Series statement for no. 323 from label on cover of some copies.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (p. 57-60).