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Main Title Field Testing and Adaptation of a Methodology to Measure 'In-Stream' Values in the Tongue River, Northern Great Plains (NGP) Region.
Author Bovee, Ken ; Gore, James ; Silverman., Arnold ;
CORP Author Montana Univ., Missoula. Dept. of Geology.;Environmental Protection Agency, Denver, Colo. Office of Energy Activities.
Year Published 1978
Report Number EPA-68-01-2653; EPA/908/4-78/004/A;
Stock Number PB-283 889
Additional Subjects Stream flow ; Tongue River ; Sediment transport ; Evapotranspiration ; Benthos ; Aquatic biology ; Management ; Fishes ; Reproduction(Biology) ; Vegetation ; Ice ; Seasonal variations ; Life cycles ; Erosion ; Water quality ; Invertebrates ; Ecology ; Montana ; Water management(Applied) ; Scour ; Riffles
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NTIS  PB-283 889 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 465p
Abstract
A comprehensive, multi-component in-stream flow methodology was developed and field tested in the Tongue River in southeastern Montana. The methodology incorporates a sensitivity for the flow requirements of a wide variety of in-stream uses, and the flexibility to accommodate seasonal and subseasonal changes in the flow requirements for different uses. In-stream flow requirements were determined by additive independent methodologies developed for: (1) Fisheries; including spawning; rearing and food production; (2) sediment transport; (3) mitigation of adverse impacts of ice; and (4) evapotranspiration losses. Consideration of a single in-stream flow requirement is inadequate since flow requirements for each use varied throughout the year. The methodology can be an effective water management tool.