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On the chemical and physical limnology of Crater Lake, Oregon

James McManus

On the chemical and physical limnology of Crater Lake, Oregon

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Limnology -- Oregon -- Crater Lake.,
  • Water -- Composition -- Oregon -- Crater Lake.,
  • Crater Lake (Or.)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James McManus.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination143 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15524045M

    Crater Lake in Oregon has a maximum depth of m, based on its USGS benchmark surface elevation of m. The US National Park Service publishes different values (m for surface elevation, and m for the maximum depth), but it's preferable to use the values determined by the USGS, the technical basis of which is documented by Bacon, et al. "Structural Survey and Physical Condition, Crater Lake Lodge and Annex, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon," prepared by Haner, Ross and Sporseen, contract no. CXP, Survey of Crater Lake Lodge, February , p. 6, Files, Technical Information Center, Denver Service Center.


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On the chemical and physical limnology of Crater Lake, Oregon by James McManus Download PDF EPUB FB2

On the chemical and physical limnology of Crater Lake, OregonCited by: 6. physical and chemical properties of a lake system is clearly demonstrated in Crater Lake which has a hyperadiabatic thermal gradient (Neal et al.

1, ) which is stabilized by a salinity gradient. Crater Lake rests inside the collapsed cal- dera of Mount Mazama in the Cascade Range of southern by: Abstract. Crater Lake covers the floor of the Mount Mazama caldera that formed years ago.

The lake has a surface area of 53 km 2 and a maximum depth of m. There is no outlet stream and surface inflow is limited to small streams and by: Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link).

Hydrothermal fluids penetrate into the lake floor to a depth of at least to km and possibly much deeper. Two thermal spring areas were discovered on the deep lake floor. These springs, and probably other as yet undiscovered ones, have a dramatic effect on the water temperature, circulation, and stratification of the by: Key words: Lake of the Republica, On the chemical and physical limnology of Crater Lake, Oregon.

January James McManus; ill.; Thesis (Ph. D.)--Oregon. Thermal, chemical, and optical properties of Crater Lake, Oregon.

Crater Lake covers the floor of the Mount Mazama caldera that formed years ago. The lake has a surface area of 53km2 and a maximum depth of m. There is no outlet stream and surface inflow is limited to small streams and springs. Chemical and physical properties of the water column at Crater Lake, Oregon.

In Drake, E. Larson, J. Dymond & R. Collier (eds), Crater Lake, an Ecosystem Study. Pacific Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 69–Cited by: Limnology and Oceanography: Methods; Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin; MORPHOMETRY OF CRATER LAKE, OREGON 1.

JOHN V. BYRNE. Department of Oceanography, Oregon State University, Corvallis. Search for more papers by this author. JOHN V. BYRNE. Department of Oceanography, Oregon State University, Corvallis Cited by:   The lake has a surface area of 53 km 2 and a maximum depth of m.

There is no outlet stream and surface inflow is limited to small streams and springs. Owing to its great volume and heat, the lake is not covered by snow and ice in winter unlike other lakes in the Cascade by: 06 Chemical Composition.

Print Friendly. Pumice Deposits of the Klamath Indian Reservation, Klamath County, Oregon. Chemically the pumice of both the flow and the fall deposits is similar over the entire area and is of dacitic composition. The principal chemical constituents are silica, alumina, and soda. Limnology and Oceanography Fluids and Environments Author Resources.

Writing for SEO TEMPERATURE AND CURRENT OBSERVATIONS IN CRATER LAKE, OREGON 1. KIBBY. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University, Corvallis Search for more papers by this author.

DONALDSON. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon Cited by: 9. The National Park Service's primary partner in providing education in Crater Lake & Oregon Caves.

Today, limnology plays a major role in water use and distribution as well as in wildlife habitat protection.

Limnologists work on lake and reservoir management, water pollution control, and stream and river protection, artificial wetland construction, and fish File Size: KB. 1 Fisheries Investigations in Crater Lake, Oregon, by Arthur D. Hasler and D. Farner; 2 Post-Eruptive History and Bathymetry ; 3 Composition of the Water of Crater Lake, by Walton Van Winkle and N.

Finkbiner, ; 4 Ultraviolet Radiation and Bio-optics in Crater Lake, Oregon, Hargreaves, Girdner, Buktenica, Urbach and Larson, ; 5 Overview of the Limnology of Crater.

@article{osti_, title = {Terrestrial heat flow and physical limnology of Crater Lake, Oregon}, author = {Williams, D L and Von Herzen, R P}, abstractNote = {The heat flow into year-old Crater Lake caldera is dominated by hydrothermal processes. The average of the conducted heat flow value is +- mW/m/sup 2/ ( +- HFU).

The Crater Lake study: detection of possible optical deterioration of a rare, unusually deep caldera lake in Oregon, USA. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie –Cited by: An understanding of the physical processes that redistribute heat and salt in Crater Lake is essential to modeling the biogeochemical cycling of elements in the lake.

There are only a few studies of Crater Lake's physical limnology. Kibby et al. [] reported surface current observations as well as. The purpose of this study was to characterize five crater lakes in Los Tuxtlas, Mexico, on the basis of morphological, physical, chemical, and biological features.

Overview of the limnology of crater lake. Crater Lake occupies the collapsed caldera of volcanic Mount Mazama in Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. It is the deepest lake ( m) in the United States and the 7th deepest lake in the world.

The water column mixes to a depth of about m in winter and spring from wind energy and cooling. This book aims to give an overview on the present state of volcanic lake research, covering topics such as volcano monitoring, the chemistry, dynamics and degassing of acidic crater.

Introduction / Ellen T. Drake --Status of the ten-year limnological study of Crater Lake, Crater Lake National Park / Gary L. Larson --The geologic setting of Crater Lake / Charles R.

Bacon and Marvin A. Lanphere --Sedimentary history of Crater Lake caldera, Oregon / John H. Barber, Jr. and C. Hans Nelson --The chemistry of Crater Lake.

Chemical Analyses of Waters from Crater Lake and Nearby Springs, Thompson, White, Nathenson, Crater Lake Institute Averaging 1 million page hits each month, we are a non-profit organization making it easier for you to learn about Crater Lake National Park. Limnology of the Crater Lake Cuicocha, Ecuador, a Cold Water Tropical Lake Article in International Review of Hydrobiology 94(1) - February with Reads How we.

Long-term limnological research and monitoring at Crater Lake, Oregon.- Subaqueous geology and a filling model for Crater Lake, Oregon.- Evaporation and the hydrologic budget of Crater Lake, Oregon.- Long-term observations of deepwater renewal in Crater Lake, Oregon.- Thermal, chemical, and optical properties of Crater Lake, Oregon Chemical Analyses of Waters from Crater Lake, Oregon, and Nearby Springs.

by J. Michael Thompson, L. Douglas White and Manuel Nathenson Chloride Analyses of Crater Lake Water Because of inconsistencies in chloride values from two methods that became apparent when analyzing the last samples collected, we reanalyzed our Crater Lake water samples by at.

Chemical Analyses of Waters from Crater Lake, Oregon, and Nearby Springs. by J. Michael Thompson, L. Douglas White and Manuel Nathenson Laboratory Analyses Silica was analyzed at nm by a modification of the molybdenum blue spectrophotometric procedure described by Shapiro and Brannock () using 10 mL of the filtered acidified spring water.

USGS Bibliography. Published Reports* on Crater Lake National Park by U.S. Geological Survey Authors and White, L. D.,Chemical and isotopic compositions of waters from Crater Lake, Oregon, and nearby and Von Herzen, R.

P.,On the terrestrial heat flow and physical limnology of Crater Lake, Oregon: Journal of Geophysical. SESSION 1 ( – ) – Crater Lake: Crater Lake Limnology and the Crater Lake Long-term Limnological Monitoring Program. Mark Buktenica, NPS A brief overview of the development of the Crater Lake Long-term Limnological Monitoring Program and select biological, chemical, and physical lake characteristics.

Progress 01/21/85 to 12/31/04 Outputs Crater Lake is located in the caldera of Mount Mazama in Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. The lake has a surface area of about 53 km2 at an elevation of m and a maximum depth of m. Studies of the deep-blue lake conducted from between and were sparse and fragmented, but sufficient.

Oxygen in Crater Lake Fig. Map of Crater Lake, Oregon. Depth contours are in meters. trate, phosphate, total carbon dioxide, etc.).

This paper documents the distribution of biologically active con- stituents, with particular emphasis on the spatial and tem- poral distribution of dissolved oxygen. Pit lakes form when open-cut mining operations cease and the remaining pit fills with ground, surface and rain water.

Mine pits, and therefore pit lakes, tend to have high depth-to-surface-area ratios with relatively flat bottoms and steep sides in order to minimise resource extraction costs (n.b., for the purposes of this review we are focussing on large mineral/coal mining pits as in Cited by: Crater Lake (Klamath: giiwas) is a crater lake in south-central Oregon in the western United States.

It is the main feature of Crater Lake National Park and is famous for its deep blue color and water clarity. The lake partly fills a nearly 2,foot ( m)-deep caldera that was formed around 7, (± ) years ago by the collapse of the volcano Mount nates: 42°57′N °06′W /.

Chemical analyses of rocks and glass separates from Crater Lake National Park and vicinity, Oregon (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors:.

The Impact of Climate on the Physics, Hydrology, and Biogeochemistry of Crater Lake. Mixing Dynamics in Crater Lake, Oregon. Topics include: brief description of the lake, motivation for the study, research efforts - physical limnology, and virtual crater lake -a few 'enhanced' images.

Studies of Hydrothermal Processes in Crater Lake. The word Limnology is derived from Greek limne-marsh, pond and evaluates how physical, chemical and biological environment regulates these relationships. The type of life which is supported by lentic communities will depend greatly on biotic components of.

In September ofCongress mandated the Secretary of the Interior to initiate a ten-year program to develop an adequate data base and an understanding of physical, chemical, and biological characteristics and processes of the lake. Development of the program from to is by: 3.

A lake is an area filled with water, localized in a basin, surrounded by land, apart from any river or other outlet that serves to feed or drain the lake.

Lakes lie on land and are not part of the ore, they are distinct from lagoons, and are also larger and deeper than ponds, though there are no official or scientific definitions. Lakes can be contrasted with rivers or. Only a few lakes such as Crater Lake in Oregon and a few kettle lakes approach the circular shape, i.e.

D L =1 (circular). D L is approx=2 in many subcircular and elliptical lakes. D L is large for lakes of flooded river valleys. Development of Volume (D v) D v is a measure of departure of the shape of the lake basin from that of a cone.

Volcanology. Bacon, C. R.,Eruptive history of Mount Mazama and Crater Lake caldera, Cascade Range, U.S.A.: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v.

His current research interests include Physical volcanology, petrology, geochemistry, and eruptive histories of calderas, emphasizing detailed study of Crater Lake, Oregon, and Veniaminof and Aniakchak calderas, Alaska Peninsula.

Buktenica, M.W., and Nathenson, M.,Crater Lake revealed: Using GIS to visualize and analyze the depths of.Physical Limnology Midterm - Spring (PDF) Chemical Limnology Midterm - Spring (PDF) Limnology Final - Spring (PDF) Download Lecture Powerpoint Presentations in PDF Format: Aquatic Ecosystems (MB) Benthic Algae and Macrophytes (KB) Crater Lake (MB) Dissolved Oxygen (79KB) Dissolved Oxygen II (KB) Heat (MB).This book aims to give an overview on the present state of volcanic lake research, covering topics such as volcano monitoring, the chemistry, dynamics and degassing of acidic crater lakes, mass-energy-chemical-isotopic balance approaches, limnology and degassing of Nyos-type lakes, the impact on the human and natural environment, the eruption products and impact of crater lake .