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Hydrology of Crater, East and Davis Lakes, Oregon by Kenneth N. Phillips

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Cover

Abstract

Introduction

    Purpose and scope

    Acknowledgments

    Location and brief description of the study areas

Crater Lake

    Physiographic and geologic setting

    Climate

    Records of lake level

    Water supply to the lake

        Precipitation on the lake

        Surface runoff and ground-water inflow

    Water loss from the lake

        Seepage loss

            Seepage rate in relation to lake level

            Destination of seepage outflow

        Evaporation loss

    Water budget

        Limits of accuracy

East Lake

    Physiographic and geologic setting

    Climate

    Records of lake level

    Water supply to the lake

        Precipitation on the lake

        Surface runoff and ground-water inflow

    Water loss from the lake

        Seepage loss

        Evaporation loss

    Water budget

        Limits of accuracy

Davis Lake

    Physiographic and geologic setting

    Climate

    Records of lake level

    Water supply to the lake

        Precipitation on the lake

        Surface runoff and ground-water inflow

    Water loss from the lake

        Seepage loss

            Seepage rate in relation to lake level

            Destination of seepage outflow

        Evaporation loss

    Water budget

        Limits of accuracy

Chemistry of the lakes

    Crater Lake

    East Lake

    Davis Lake

References

Hydrologic and chemical data

 

 

 

 

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