5 edition of Sources, transport, and storage of sediment at selected sites in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed found in the catalog.
Sources, transport, and storage of sediment at selected sites in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
2009 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in Restion, Va .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 78-87).
|Statement||by Allen C. Gellis ... [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Chesapeake Bay Program.|
|Series||Scientific investigations report -- 2008-5186|
|Contributions||Gellis, Allen C., Chesapeake Bay Program (U.S.), Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||TC425.C435 S68 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||2009438704|
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Identifying significant sources of watershed sediment is important in reducing sediment loads. In the Chesapeake Bay, several approaches were used to understand the sources, transport, and storage.
Get this from a library. Sources, transport, and storage of sediment at selected sites in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. [Allen C Gellis; Chesapeake Bay Program (U.S.); Geological Survey (U.S.);].
Model results include empirical estimates of: (1) the average suspended‐sediment flux from various sources, (2) the relative importance of sediment transport and storage factors, and (3) the mean annual incremental and delivered suspended‐sediment flux in each of more than 2, stream reaches in the Chesapeake Bay by: We describe the sources and transport of fluvial suspended sediment in nontidal streams of the Chesapeake Bay watershed and vicinity.
We applied SPAtially Referenced Regressions on Watershed attributes, which spatially correlates estimated mean annual flux of suspended sediment in nontidal streams with sources of suspended sediment and transport by: Request PDF | Sediment Fingerprinting to Delineate Sources of Sediment in the Agricultural and Forested Smith Creek Watershed, Virginia, USA | The sediment fingerprinting approach was used to.
Purpose. Fine-grained sediment is an important pollutant in streams and estuaries, including the Chesapeake Bay in the USA. The objective of this study was to determine the sources of fine-grained sediment using the sediment fingerprinting approach in the Linganore Creek watershed, a tributary to the Chesapeake by: The Chesapeake Bay Program has developed water-quality criteria and is requiring all jurisdictions in the bay watershed to develop and implement watershed implementation plans (WIPs) that would reduce nutrient and sediment loads entering the Bay to levels prescribed by the TMDL by Purpose Fine-grained sediment is an important pollutant in streams and estuaries, including the Chesapeake Bay in the USA.
The objective of this study was to determine the sources of fine-grained Sediment source analysis in the Linganore Creek watershed, Maryland, USA, using the sediment fingerprinting approach: to | Springer for.
This work builds upon the work of Zhang et al. (c) to better understand constituent export patterns from the multi-jurisdictional watershed of Chesapeake Bay, the largest estuary in the North America. For this watershed, reduction of total nitrogen (TN), total phosphorus (TP), and suspended sediment (SS) loads has long been a management focus toward controlling Bay eutrophication and Cited by: Legacy sediment (LS) is depositional bodies of sediment inherited from the increase of human activities since the Neolithic.
These include a broad range of land use and land cover changes, such as agricultural clearance, lumbering and clearance of native vegetation, mining, road building, urbanization, as well as alterations brought to river systems in the form of dams and other engineering.
1. Introduction. Sediment and its movement to, through, and from streams is the most pervasive and costly form of water pollution in North America (Pimentel et al., ).Currently, nearly 20% of U.S. streams do not meet water quality standards set forth by individual states owing to high sediment levels and sediment loading from non-point sources (USEPA, ).Cited by: 6.
The SPARROW Decision Support System displays model predictions of water-quality conditions and sources by stream reach and catchment, tracks the transport to downstream receiving waters, and can be used to evaluate management source-reduction scenarios.
Models currently available include national nitrogen, phosphorus, and suspended sediment. Sources, transport, and storage of sediment at selected sites in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Published: () Coastal ecosystem assessment of Chesapeake Bay Watersheds: land use patterns and river conditions / by: Leight, A.
Published: (). Gellis AC, Hupp CR, Pavich MJ, Landwehr JM, Banks WSL, Hubbard BE, Langland MJ, Ritchie JC, Reuter JM () Sources, transport, and storage of sediment at selected sites in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Reston, VA: US Department of the Interior, US Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report –– Fine sediment sources were characterized by chemical composition in an urban watershed, the Northeast Branch Anacostia River, which drains to the Chesapeake Bay.
Concentrations of 63 elements and two radionuclides were measured in possible land-based sediment sources and suspended sediment collected from the water column at the watershed outlet during storm by: The model performance was evaluated using monitoring data in the watershed of the Patuxent River, a tribu-tary to the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland, from July through August The main purpose of this study was to demonstrate the utility of the sediment fingerprinting approach to apportion surface-derived sediment, and then age date that portion using short-lived fallout radionuclides.
In systems where a large mass of mobile sediment is in channel storage, age dating provides an understanding of the transfer of sediment through the watershed. The Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries were used to transport troops and supplies and became targets of opposing forces to blockade trade.
French and Indian War (–) In the mids, a group of Virginia investors set their eyes on the land beyond the mountains in the Ohio River watershed. Chesapeake Bay Program recent actions are positive steps toward more effectively guiding the restoration effort: Changes in streamflow and water quality in selected nontidal sites in the Chesapeake Bay basin, Sources, transport, and storage of sediment at selected sites in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
Urbanization can increase sheet, rill, gully, and channel erosion. We quantified the sediment budget of the Los Laureles Canyon watershed (LLCW), which is a mixed rural-urbanizing catchment in Northwestern Mexico, using the AnnAGNPS model and field measurements of channel geometry.
The model was calibrated with five years of observed runoff and sediment loads and used to evaluate Cited by: 3. Nutrient and Sediment Estimation Tools for Watershed Protection Simple Models CAST. The Chesapeake Assessment and Scenario Tool (CAST) is a web-based nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment load estimator tool that streamlines environmental planning in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Achieving Nutrient and Sediment Reduction Goals in the Chesapeake Bay: An Evaluation of Program Strategies and Implementation 32 NUTRIENT AND SEDIMENT REDUCTION GOALS IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY of dissolved oxygen is essential to the survival of aquatic organisms, such reductions can have substantial impacts on the local fauna.
Fish and other. Sediment pollution is one of the most important contributors to the degradation of the Chesapeake Bay. The Susquehanna River is one of the main sources of sediment to the Bay and this source could dramatically increase in the future.
The reservoirs on the Susquehanna River are almost at sediment-storage capacity. Sources, transport, and storage of sediment at selected sites in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Scientific Investigations Report US Geological Survey, Reston, VA.
95 pp. Google ScholarCited by: 2. Type of estuary Description Example(s) Drowned river valley Fjord: Found along coastlines with wide coastal plains; only a portion of the area affected by tides is estuarine based on salinity diluted by freshwater Generally U‐shaped, gouged out by glaciers; mouth often has a shallow sill preceding a deep basin (e.g., > m depth, Fig.
1) Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, USA Norwegian and British Cited by: A Manual to Identify Sources of Fluvial Sediment EPA//R/ Use of Sediment Inventories to Construct a Sediment Budget 36 Field Measurements in the Construction of a Sediment Budget 40 Upland Measurements 50 Age Determinations of Sediment Collected in the Field 54 Measuring Sediment Transport and Export.
If this is occurring then a huge amount of sediment is being stored in and along these stream channels. Phillips () also indicates that sediment storage is much more environmentally sensitive than basin sediment yield and concludes that dramatic changes in the watershed would be required to alter the sediment budget in the estuary.
Chesapeake Bay watershed, showing 43 Chesapeake Bay Nontidal Network (CBNTN) sites for which water‐quality records began prior to Response and Explanatory Variables Flow‐normalized trend data used in this pilot are curated and published by the Chesapeake Bay Nontidal Water‐Quality Monitoring Network ( Cited by: 5.
available in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, although they could one day be offered in this region. Deciding which type of system, either farm-scale or commercial-scale, is the most viable in the Chesapeake Bay watershed and best meets the needs of the region is not necessarily a clear-cut decision due to a number of factors.
There are pros and. Appendix C. Details on Tracking and Accounting by Bay Jurisdiction. DELAWARE. The following information was compiled from the watershed implementation plan (WIP; DE DNREC, ), responses to a committee questionnaire (J. Volk, DE DNREC, personal communication, ), and personal communication for factual corrections (E.
Goldbaum, DE DNREC, personal communication, ). Surface/Subsurface Storage â ¢ TSS: Indirect Positive Effect (+1) â Storage in the watershed may reduce the volume of runoff and the potential to transport sediment. â ¢ Eutrophication: Indirect Positive Effect (+1) â The addition of upland storage may have a minor effect on receiving water eutrophication by reducing erosional flows.
Final Report: The Choptank River: A Mid-Chesapeake Bay Index Site for Evaluating Ecosystems Responses to Nutrient Management EPA Grant Number: R Title: The Choptank River: A Mid-Chesapeake Bay Index Site for Evaluating Ecosystems Responses to Nutrient Management Investigators: Malone, Thomas C., Cornwell, Jeffrey C., Boicourt, William C., Stevenson, J.
Court. High-resolution water quality monitoring indicates recurring elevation of stream phosphorus concentrations during low-flow periods. These increased concentrations may exceed Water Framework Directive (WFD) environmental quality standards during ecologically sensitive periods.
The objective of this research was to identify source, mobilization, and pathway factors controlling in-stream total Author: Sara E. Vero, Karen Daly, Noeleen T. McDonald, Simon Leach, Sophie C. Sherriff, Per-Erik Mellander. Coupling this approach for quantifying N loading to streams and in‐stream retention/loss with methods that estimate N transport and removal along groundwater flow paths, such as recent work demonstrating that decades old nitrate is being discharged to streams in the Chesapeake Bay watershed and elsewhere [Sanford and Pope, ; Tesoriero et Cited by: The Chesapeake Bay, Great Lakes, and National Estuary programs are other instances where watershed approaches have been taken to restore significant large-scale ecosystems.
Considerable attention has been fixed on the problem of identifying sources and predicting the transport and fate of excessive nutrient loads in tributary watersheds. Sites were selected based on input of National Park Service personnel, previous studies, and field observations.
Phase One: Field Documentation Field sites were selected based on field inspection, anecdotal evidence of interesting erosion patterns, or any number of reasons suggesting that the site is deemed worthy of monitoring.
Estimation of BMP Impact on Chesapeake Bay Program Management Strategies Photo by Lynda Richardson, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service PREPARED BY: PREPARED FOR: Tetra Tech, Inc.
Eaton Place, Suite Fairfax, VA Phone: Chesapeake Bay Trust 60 West Street, Suite Annapolis, MD SPARROW Model. SPARROW attributes is a GIS-based watershed model that uses a mass-balance approach to estimate nutrient sources, transport, and transformation (i.e., losses) in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems of watersheds under long-term steady-state conditions (Smith et al., ; Alexander et al., ).A brief overview of the SPARROW model is given here and included in the Supporting Cited by: Storage selection functions: A coherent framework for quantifying how catchments store and release water and solutes.
Water Resources Research. 51(6). Harman CJ (). Time-variable transit time distributions and transport: Theory and application to storage-dependent transport of chloride in a watershed.
Water Resources Research. The current Missouri River Basin models differ from the most recent national SPARROW models (which had calibration sites nationwide and 57 sites in the Missouri River Basin study area) in several respects, including the change in base year from to ; the change in scale and associated gradients in the source and delivery variables.
Introduction. Agricultural, urban, and industrial development in the Missouri River Basin has increased the demand on limited water resources, particularly in the more arid upper basin, and substantially altered the diverse riverine and floodplain habitats of the Missouri River and its tributaries (National Research Council, ; Galat et al., ).The sediment transport module computes the sediment settling and resuspension processes for both cohesive and noncohesive sediments under the impact of waves and currents.
The hydrodynamic component of ECOMSED is based on the s Princeton Ocean Model, which has been tested and applied by various users.-- Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, Inc. ($,) The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay will improve drinking water supplies in the Octoraro Creek Watershed, Lancaster County, through outreach and agricultural best management practice installation on Plain Sect farms, building on existing local efforts.