Crater Lake Institute
 

 Home | Site Map | About Us | Donate/Join Us | Contact Us | CLI Store | Press Room

 
 
 You are here: Home > Online Library >Hydrologic Benchmark Network Stations
   

Hydrologic Benchmark Network Stations in the Western U.S. 1963-95 (USGS Circular 1173-D)

Crater Lake near Crater Lake, Oregon (Station 11492200)

This report details one of the approximately 50 stations in the Hydrologic Benchmark Network (HBN) described in the four-volume U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1173. The suggested citation for the information on this page is:

Mast, M.A., and Clow, David W., 2000, Environmental characteristics and water-quality of Hydrologic Benchmark Network stations in the Western United States, U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1173-D, 115 p.

All of the tables and figures are numbered as they appear in each circular. Use the navigation bar above to view the abstract, introduction and methods for the entire circular, as well as a map and list of all of the HBN sites. Use the table of contents below to view the information on this particular station.

Table of Contents

  1. Site Characteristics and Land Use

  2. Historical Water Quality Data and Time-Series Trends

  3. Synoptic Water Quality Data

  4. References Cited

  5. Appendices

  6. View this report on one web page

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Site Navigation

  Arts

  Crater Lake News

  Cultural History

  Natural History

  Online Library

     Articles

     Books

        Browse all by Author

        Browse all by Title

        Cultural History

           General

           Historic Structures

           Native American

           Oral Histories

        Natural History

           Flora and Fauna

           General

        Park Management

           General

           Planning

        Research

           Atmosphere

           Fauna

           Fire

           Flora

           General

           Geology

           Limnology

           Visitation

     Nature Notes

     Images

     Maps

  Planning a Visit

  Research