2 edition of Hydrologic effects of the 1962-66 drought on Long Island, New York found in the catalog.
Hydrologic effects of the 1962-66 drought on Long Island, New York
|Statement||by Philip Cohen, O.I. Franke, and N.E. McClymonds.|
|Series||Contributions to the hydrology of the United States, U.S. Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1879-F|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
This paper presents a hydrologic drought atlas for the state of Texas. The atlas depicts the spatial variation of drought severity for durations of 3, 6, 12, and 24 months corresponding to the return periods of 10, 25, 50, and years. The drought watch is triggered by the State Drought Index, which reflects precipitation levels, reservoir/lake levels, groundwater levels, and stream flow in nine designated drought regions throughout New York. Each of these indicators is assigned a weighted value based on .
PDF | New York City derives billion gallons of water per day a system of 18 upstate surface-water reservoirs. Periodic droughts in recent decades | Find, read and cite all the research you. New York State Hazard Mitigation Plan Drought Final Release Date January 4, Socioeconomic Droughts occur when physical water shortage begins to affect the population, individually and collectively. Most socioeconomic definitions of drought associate it with File Size: 1MB.
Effects of urban development on direct runoff to East Meadow Brook, Nassau County, Long Island, New York. United States Geological Survey, Professional Paper B, 14 p. SETO, P. 7 ABSTRACT 8 The precipitation history over the last century in the Catskill Mountains region that supplies 9 water to New York City is studied. A severe drought occurred in the early to mid s 10 followed by a wet period that continues. Interannual variability of precipitation in the region 11 is related to patterns of atmospheric circulation variability in the mid-latitude east Paciﬁc-.
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The hydrologic system of Long Island, N.Y., showed a marked response to deficient precipitation in the years Bystreamflow was the lowest of record in many Long Island streams, and ground-water levels had declined a maximum of about 10 feet in the central part of the by: 9.
Hydrologic effects of the drought on Long Island, New York Water Supply Paper F By: Philip M. Cohen, O. Lehn Franke, and N.E. McClymonds. Get this from a library. Hydrologic effects of the drought on Long Island, New York.
[Philip M Cohen; O Lehn Franke; N E McClymonds; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States. Department of the Interior.; New York (State). Conservation Department.]. Get this from a library. Hydrologic effects of the drought on Long Island, New York.
[Philip M Cohen; O Lehn Franke; N E McClymonds; Nassau County (N.Y. Hydrologic effects of the drought on Long Island, New York / by: Cohen, Philip M.,et al.
Published: () Water-table and potentiometric-surface altitudes of the upper glacial, Magothy, and Lloyd aquifers beneath Long Island, New York, March-April by: Monti, Jack. HYDROLOGIC EFFECTS DROUGHT, NY. Product Details Product Number: Series: WSP Hydrologic effects of the drought on Long Island, New York.
Survey Date: Print Date: Two Sided: No. Pieces: 1. Languages. Hydrologic effects of the drought on Long Island, New York / by: Cohen, Philip M.,et al. Published: () Estimates of nitrogen loads entering Long Island Sound from ground water and streams on Long Island, New York, by: Scorca, Michael P.
HYDROLOGY AND SOME EFFECTS OF URBANIZATION ON LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK SUMMARY OF THE HYDROLOGIC SITUATION ON LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK, AS A GUIDE TO WATER- MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES By O. FRANKE and N. MCCLYMONDS ABSTRACT Long Island has a total area of about 1, square miles and includes four counties Kings, Queens, Nassau andCited by: Long Island, N.Y., is underlain by a mass of unconsolidated geologic deposits of clay, silt, sand, and gravel that overlie southward-sloping consolidated bedrock.
These deposits are thinnest in northern Queens County (northwestern Long Island), where bedrock crops out, and increase to a maximum thickness of 2, ft in southeastern Long Island. Hydrologic Conditions by New York State Drought Region The Duration Hydrograph is a graphical presentation of recent daily streamflow (discharge)observed at an individual USGS streamgage (the black line), plotted over the long-term statisticsof streamflow for.
Drought in New York from - The U.S. Drought Monitor started in Sincethe longest duration of drought (D1-D4) in New York lasted 47 weeks beginning on J and ending on J The most intense period of drought occurred the week of September 6, where D3 affected % of New York land.
After Long Island faced varying degrees of drought intensity for the past year, drought here is officially history. On Ma the Island was deemed drought-free but still abnormally : Patricia Kitchen.
The Drought Plan describes the actions to be taken during each drought stage by water purveyors, towns and villages, water authorities, and other agencies with water supply responsibilities.
Drought Watch- The least severe of the stages, a drought watch is declared when a drought is developing. Severe drought conditions on Long Island have expanded from central Suffolk to include almost all of the county, as well as southeast Nassau, according to Thursday’s update of the U.S.
Drought Author: Patricia Kitchen. New York. Abbreviation: NY. Climate Region Coastal drought is unique in its effects on the salinity dynamics of creeks, rivers, and estuaries. salinity, a key stressor associated with coastal drought. Salinity is a critical response variable that integrates hydrologic and coastal dynamics including sea level, tides, winds.
Busciolano, R.J.,Statistical Analysis of Long-Term Hydrologic Records for Selection of Drought-Monitoring Sites on Long Island, New York: U.S.
Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report. – Drought Hazard Profile The drought hazard in New York State is often underestimated because other natural hazards occur more frequently (e.g., hurricanes, tornadoes, flooding) and are much more visible.
The Mitigation Plan Development Team researched the drought hazard as it affects the State. Long Island is beginning to experience the effects of the drought: Groundwater levels are low, and certain rivers and lakes are beginning to dry s: 1.
A moderate drought in helped to spark a wildfire in Brookhaven that burned acres of Pine Barrens—and you can still see the charred remains along the Long Island Author: Long Island Press.
This composite groundwater hydrograph clearly shows the effect of the drought in the mids that occurred on Long Island, NY.
Figure 1 – Average annual groundwater levels in 14 key observation wells on Long Island, NY (from Cohen, Franke, and McClymonds,figure 6). USGS Hydrologic Conditions Maps for Long Island, NY, Contact: Michael Como ([email protected]) ph # () ext.
Note: Latest version, Yearclick here Two user-friendly Map Viewers from U.S. Geological Survey: 1. USGS Depth-to-Water tool for Long Island.Several water-table maps of Long Island that include the Pine Barrens have been published, including Nakao and Erlichman () for and Donaldson and Koszalka (a, b, c) for Other hydrologic investigations of this area are described by Cohen, Franke, and McClymonds (), who studied the effects of the drought.Chapter 12 Hydrologic Effects of Land Use and Treatment General The hydrologic effects described in chapter 12 are changes in volumes of direct runoff and changes in lag that affect peak rates of direct runoff.
Volume effects Land use and treatment measures reduce the volume of direct runoff during individual storms by either.