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  • Climate and landscape drive the pace and pattern of conifer encroachment into subalpine meadows

    Climate and landscape drive the pace and pattern of conifer encroachment into subalpine meadows

    Ecological Applications, Ecological Society of America | May 8, 2018...
    Summary

    Mountain meadows have high biodiversity and help regulate stream water release following the snowmelt pulse. However, many meadows are experiencing woody plant encroachment,...

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  • Hydrologic and hydrochemical framework, south-central Great Basin, Nevada-California, with special reference to the Nevada Test Site

    Hydrologic and hydrochemical framework, south-central Great Basin, Nevada-California, with special reference to the Nevada Test Site

    U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) | July 1, 1975...
    Summary

    Intensely fractured Precambrian and Paleozoic carbonate and clastic rocks and block-faulted Cenozoic volcanic and sedimentary strata in the Nevada Test Site are divided into 10...

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  • Major carbon-14 anomaly in a regional carbonate aquifer—Possible evidence for megascale channeling, south-central Great Basin

    Major carbon-14 anomaly in a regional carbonate aquifer—Possible evidence for megascale channeling, south-central Great Basin

    American Geophysical Union (AGU) | December 1, 1976...
    Summary

    The carbon 14 content of groundwater at the center of a 16‐km‐long fault‐controlled spring line at Ash Meadows in south central Nevada is...

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  • Delineation of ground‐water flow systems in the southern Great Basin using aqueous rare earth element distributions

    Delineation of ground‐water flow systems in the southern Great Basin using aqueous rare earth element distributions

    National Ground Water Association (NGWA) | January 1, 1997...
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    The rare earth element (REE) signature of ground waters from both felsic volcanic rocks on the Nevada Test Site and from the regional...

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  • Groundwater Characterization and Effects of Pumping in the Death Valley Regional Groundwater Flow System, Nevada and California, with Special Reference to Devils Hole

    Groundwater Characterization and Effects of Pumping in the Death Valley Regional Groundwater Flow System, Nevada and California, with Special Reference to Devils Hole

    U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) | March 5, 2020...
    Summary

    Groundwater flow and development were characterized in four groundwater basins of the Death Valley regional flow system in Nevada and California with calibrated,...

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  • Ecologically Functional Floodplains: Connectivity, Flow Regime, and Scale

    Ecologically Functional Floodplains: Connectivity, Flow Regime, and Scale

    Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) | March 31, 2010...
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    This paper proposes a conceptual model that captures key attributes of ecologically functional floodplains, encompassing three basic elements: (1) hydrologic connectivity between the...

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  • The Application of Ground-Water Flow Models as Predictive Tools—A Review of Two Ground-Water Models of Eastern Honey Lake Valley, California-Nevada

    The Application of Ground-Water Flow Models as Predictive Tools—A Review of Two Ground-Water Models of Eastern Honey Lake Valley, California-Nevada

    Environmental and Engineering Geoscience | January 9, 1992...
    Summary

    In the late 1980's Washoe County, Nevada, entered into an agreement with a private water development company to develop and export groundwater from...

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  • Evaluation of a Ground-Water Flow and Transport Model of the Upper Coachella Valley, California

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    Evaluation of a Ground-Water Flow and Transport Model of the Upper Coachella Valley, California

    U.S. Geological Survey (USGS); California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Colorado River Basin Region | June 25, 1992...
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    A geohydrologic data base was compiled to evaluate the changes in ground-water conditions in the upper Coachella Valley, California, since 1978, when the...

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  • Historical Ecology and Landscape Change in the Central Laguna de Santa Rosa

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    Historical Ecology and Landscape Change in the Central Laguna de Santa Rosa

    San Francisco Estuary Institute | May 12, 2017...
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    This study synthesizes a diverse array of data to examine the ecological patterns, ecosystem functions, and hydrology that characterized a central portion of...

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