Recent Submissions

  • Drought management in northeastern Colorado 

    Author(s):Zimbelman, Darell D.
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
    The Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District (the District) has established a set of policies and procedures and constructed a water storage and distribution system that allows for the effective and efficient transfer ...
  • Complete plan "…experiences from the U.S.", A 

    Author(s):Macy, Peter
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
  • Economic and environmental impacts of a large scale water transfer in the Colorado River Basin 

    Author(s):Oamek, George; Johnson, Stanley R.
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
    The direct economic, and offsite environmental impacts of a 400,000 acre foot water transfer between irrigators in the Upper Basin of the Colorado River and urban users in the Lower Basin was examined. Results indicated ...
  • Effectiveness of drought predictions 

    Author(s):Moore, Lewis
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
  • Managing Utah's water through interbasin transfer 

    Author(s):Dimick, Franklin E.
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
    In order to utilize and manage the portion of Colorado River Water allotted to the State of Utah to the fullest extent, a significant problem has to be overcome. Approximately 80% of the population of Utah lives along the ...
  • Water banking in Idaho 

    Author(s):Rigby, Richard M.
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
    Some irrigation projects in the Pacific Northwest are 50 - 70 years old. Storage and delivery facilities were originally constructed based on the best available data and permanent water allocations were made to meet the ...
  • Benefits of irrigation in mitigating the impacts of drought, The 

    Author(s):Schluntz, Larry J.
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
    A few comments regarding the economic impacts of drought are made, then a model of a livestock ranch with and without irrigation is presented. The hypothesis is that irrigation reduces risk and stabilizes production of ...
  • Management improvement process to effectively change irrigated agriculture, A 

    Author(s):Dedrick, A. R.; Clyma, Wayne; Palmer, J. D.
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
    A management improvement program to improve the performance of irrigated agriculture is described. The improvement process entails three general phases. Diagnostic analysis is an interdisciplinary field study to thoroughly ...
  • Stochastic programming model of salinity in the Colorado River Basin, A 

    Author(s):Lee, Donna J.; Howitt, Richard E.
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
    Along the Colorado River, naturally occurring salts underlie basin soils. Irrigation water leaches salt from the soil and return flows transport the salt to the river. As a result of salinity, downstream agricultural, ...
  • Methodology for analyzing alternative reservoir shortage and operating criteria, A 

    Author(s):Oamek, George; Schluntz, Larry; Bottorft, Loren; Johns, Eldon
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
    The Bureau of Reclamation's shifting emphasis from a construction oriented agency to a water management agency has initiated the development of analytical tools for estimating the benefits, and changes in benefits, of ...
  • Bureau of Reclamation and the drought relief acts of 1977 and 1988 

    Author(s):Phillips, Tom; Ludwig, Jane
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
    Drought conditions in widespread portions of the Western United States occurred in 1977 and again in 1987 and 1988. In each case, the Congress of the United States responded by passing legislation directing the Bureau of ...
  • Designing a supplemental irrigation system 

    Author(s):Samani, Zohrab A.; Hargreaves, George H.
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
    In the dry season when the rainfall contribution to crop water requirement is not significant, the amount of land to be irrigated for maximum profit with a limited supply of water, can be easily calculated. However, in the ...
  • Water marketing in California 

    Author(s):Easton, James L.
    Date Issued:1989
    Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)
    Few things have been talked about more and done less in California than water marketing. It's interesting that in one of the world's consummate entrepreneurial environments, a commodity as vital as water is so difficult ...
  • Economics and administration of water resources 

    Author(s):Nobe, Kenneth C.; United States. Office of Water Resources Research; Colorado State University. Natural Resources Center
    Date Issued:1969
    Format:reports
  • Economics and administration of water resources 

    Author(s):Flack, J. Ernest (John Ernest), 1939-; United States. Office of Water Resources Research; Colorado State University. Natural Resources Center
    Date Issued:1969
    Format:reports
  • Economics of ground water development in the High Plains of Colorado 

    Author(s):Rohdy, Donald D.; Colorado State University. Natural Resources Center; United States. Office of Water Resources Research
    Date Issued:1969
    Format:reports
  • From storage to retention: expanding California's options for meeting its water needs 

    Date Issued:2012-11
    Format:reports
    The California Roundtable on Water and Food Supply (CRWFS) is a consensus-based forum for thought leaders to uncover obstacles, identify solutions, and take action to enhance water security for agriculture, the public and ...
  • Agricultural water stewardship: recommendations to optimize outcomes for speciality crop growers and the public in California 

    Date Issued:2011-06
    Format:reports
    The California Roundtable on Water and Food Supply (CRWFS) is a consensus-based forum for thought leaders to uncover obstacles, identify solutions, and take action to enhance water security for agriculture, the public and ...
  • History of drought in Colorado: lessons learned and what lies ahead, A 

    Author(s):McKee, Thomas B.; Doesken, Nolan J.; Kleist, John; Shrier, Catherine J.; Stanton, Willaim P.; Colorado Water Resources Research Institute
    Date Issued:2000-02
    Format:reports
  • Irrigation water use in the Yampa River Basin 

    Author(s):Smith, Danny H.; Nichols, R. H.; Smith, F. M.; Holt, Kent; Colorado Water Resources Research Institute
    Date Issued:1998-11
    Format:reports

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