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This describes work on the calculation of Great Salt Lake (GSL) inflows for modeling and analyses in support of declining lake levels. This derives from the procedures of USGS 00-4221 (Loving et al., 2000) who estimated GSL streamflow inputs for 12 years from 1987-1998, and Mohammed ant Tarboton (2012), who modeled GSL levels for 1950-2010 water years. Some deviations from the methods given in USGS 00-4221 (Loving et al., 2000) were necessary due to limited availability of data for the extended period and where there were opportunities for improvement.
This resource holds work on the calculation of Great Salt Lake streamflow inflows, drawing upon data obtained from the USGS and Salt Lake County. Updated for 2023 water year 10/8/23 Input files for Streamflow work GSLStreamflowsAnalysis.R. R script to download and process streamflow data. This has evaluation of alternative models that were explored in the streamflow analysis. StreamflowScripts.R. Functions used by GSLStreamflows.R. GSLFunctions.R. General purpose R utility functions used in this project. StreamflowStations.xlsx. File listing the stations used. Also contains regression parameters Output files GSL_surface_streamflow_input.csv. Streamflow data produced by the scripts above used for modeling and analysis. Other self explanatory comma separated variable files Data. Folder with raw data. The scripts update the USGS data in this folder LovingTables. Folder with tables from Loving et al. 2000 used to check our reproduction of the data for the overlapping period. Description files GSLStreamflowSummary-11-27-22.docx. Summary notes document StreamflowFullAnalysisnotes-11-27-22.docx. Full analysis notes document. Citation Loving, B. L., K. M. Waddell and C. W. Miller, (2000), "Water and Salt Balance of Great Salt Lake, Utah, and Simulation of Water and Salt Movement through the Causeway, 1987-98," Water-Resources Investigations Report, 00-4221, U.S. Geological Survey, Salt Lake City, Utah.
|Collection of Great Salt Lake Data
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This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
|Utah Water Research Laboratory
|UWRL State Funding to support GSL Analysis
|National Science Foundation
|HDR Institute: Geospatial Understanding through an Integrative Discovery Environment
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