3 edition of Kesterson Reservoir 1997 biological monitoring report and 1998 biological monitoring plan. found in the catalog.
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Amended in Cited by: During andwe studied American Kestrels (Falco sparverius) using nest boxes at Kesterson Reservoir (Merced County, central California), a. SAC//JAN/DOC SECTION 4: BIRD NESTING AND REPRODUCTION References CH2M HILL. Kesterson Reservoir Biological Monitoring Report.
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The selenium and salt content of the top 15 cm of the soil profile at Kesterson Reservoir (Merced County, California) have been monitored annually to develop a data set that provides a foundation for: (1) evaluating the status of the selenium inventory and biological hazards at Kesterson Reservoir; (2) understanding selenium fluxes near the soil surface; and Cited by: Full text of "Ecological risk assessment for Kesterson Reservoir" See other formats.
Results of this monitoring program indicate that the soil selenium inventory at Kesterson may be categorized in terms of three main patterns: (1) spatial trends associated with historic Reservoir.
US Department of the Interior (USDI), Submission to California State Water Resources Control Board in Response to Order No. WQ, Effectiveness of Filling Ephemeral Pools at Kesterson Reservoir, Kesterson Program Upland Habitat Assessment, and Kesterson Reservoir Final Cleanup by: Selenium Immobilization in a Pond Sediment at Kesterson Reservoir Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Environmental Quality 19(2) January.
The birds of Kesterson Reservoir: A historical perspective Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Aquatic Toxicology 57() May. Kesterson Reservoir site management plan. texts. eye favorite 0 Government Printing Office type book. by U.S. Government Printing Office.
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tion water and deposited in Kesterson Reservoir at toxic levels. On September 21 of that year, this disturbing information reached the public when the Fresno Bee first covered the story.2 The years of public outrage, political battles, and bureaucratic infighting that followed comprise part of the Kesterson story and.
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Bureau of Reclamation Mid-Pacific Region Following this introduction and summary of Kesterson biological monitoring for the year are detailed reports describing the following : Unknown Author.
Two stratified redox barriers to selenium migration were documented beneath Kesterson: an underlying shallow anoxic zone underlying most of the pond bottom, characterized by high organic content and sulfate reduction, and a deeper dynamic front established by localized O 2 infiltration from the overlying ponds and Fe 2+ release from aquifer Cited by: Water-quality and sediment-chemistry data of drain water and evaporation ponds from Tulare Lake Drainage District, Kings County, California, March to March (U.S.
Geological Survey Open-File Report ). Sacramento: U.S. Author: Suduan Gao, Andrew C. Chang. Kesterson Reservoir, biological report and monitoring plan / ([Sacramento: The Bureau], ), by United States.
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Tragedy at Kesterson Reservoir: Death of a Wildlife Refuge Illustrates Failings of Water Law Laura H. Kosloff. Editors' Summary: In Kesterson National Wildlife Refuge in central California achieved national prominence when Fish and Wildlife Service scientists discovered severely deformed and dead waterfowl at the refuge and concluded that the cause was .A biological integrity monitoring approach consists of five steps: 1) defining biological condition in a minimally disturbed area - what the natural condition in the area should be, 2) defining biological attributes that change along the gradient of human influence, 3) associating those changes with specific human impacts, 4) identifying.The saline groundwater threatening the crop root zone was collected by subsurface tile drainage systems and diverted to Kesterson Reservoir for storage.
The drainage water entering Kesterson Reservoir between and contained up to μg Se L − 1 with 98% in the selenate-Se form. Unusually high rates of deformity were observed in Cited by: 2.