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The effects of the 1988 drought on water resources in Wisconsin

B. K. Holmstrom

The effects of the 1988 drought on water resources in Wisconsin

by B. K. Holmstrom

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water-supply -- Wisconsin.,
  • Droughts -- Environmental aspects -- Wisconsin.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesWater fact sheet, Open-file report -- 90-149., U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 90-149.
    ContributionsEllefson, B. R., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17675411M


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The effects of the 1988 drought on water resources in Wisconsin by B. K. Holmstrom Download PDF EPUB FB2

@article{osti_, title = {Effects of the drought on water resources in Wisconsin}, author = {Holmstrom, B.K. and Ellefson, B.R.}, abstractNote = {The drought was one of the most severe droughts since weather records have been kept in Wisconsin; precipitation in Wisconsin was below normal in most areas during the calendar year.

THE EFFECTS OF THE DROUGHT ON WATER RESOURCES IN WISCONSIN INTRODUCTION The drought was one of the most severe droughts since weather records have been kept in Wisconsin. This fact sheet describes the cause of the drought and its effects on the water resources, water use, and agriculture in the State.

PRECIPITATION CALENDAR YEARCited by: 1. Get this from a library. The effects of the drought on water resources in Wisconsin.

[B K Holmstrom; B R Ellefson; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. GENERAL EFFECTS OF DROUGHT ON WATER RESOURCES OF THE SOUTHWEST By J. GATEWOOD, ALFONSO WILSON, H.

THOMAS, and L. KISTER ABSTRACT The effects of drought are most pronounced on soil moisture, because soil is the prime recipient of the water from precipita­ tion, and upon streamflow, because it is the residual water thatAuthor: J.S. Gatewood, Alfonso Wilson, H.E. Thomas, L.R. Kister.

Drought in Wisconsin from - The U.S. Drought Monitor started in Sincethe longest duration of drought (D1-D4) in Wisconsin lasted weeks beginning on Aug and ending on Septem A drought is a period of drier-than-normal conditions that results in water-related amount of precipitation at a particular location varies from year to year, but over a period of years, the average amount is fairly constant.

In the deserts of the Southwest, the average precipitation is less than 3 inches per year. In contrast, the average precipitation in the. The effects of drought are most pronounced on soil moisture, because soil is the prime recipient of the water from precipitation, and upon streamflow, because it is the residual water that is not accepted by or that flows out from the soil and groundwater reservoirs.

Studies by statistical correlation of records of natural streamflow and of dendrochronology indicate patterns of regional runoff. The Impact of the drought on Water Provision Presentation to the Western Cape Drought Dialogue in order to deal with drought occurrences, our water resources managers have developed very robust operating rules for all of to 85% in April (5 years)File Size: 3MB.