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A PPE N DIX D Glen Canyon Environmental Studies Technical Reports and Related Documents A list of the Glen Canyon Environmental Studies (GCES) technical re- ports is provided below. The reports are organized with the final report listed first, followed by technical report titles and authors for Sediment and Hydrology (numbers 2-11), Aquatic Biology (numbers 12-17), Terrestrial Biology (numbers 18-26), Recreation (numbers 27-31), and Dam Opera- tions (numbers 32-33~. Other reports relating to the GCES Phase I program are also listed (numbers 34-39~. National Technical Information Service (NTIS) accession numbers are listed for each report. These reports are available from: U.S. Department of Commerce National Technical Information Service 528s Port Royal Road Springfield, Virginia 22161 Phone: (703) 487-46s0 Three reports (2, 3, and 5) are also available from: U.S. Geological Survey Books and Open-File Reports Section Federal Center, Building 810 Denver, Colorado 80225 272
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APPENDIX D... 273 1. Glen Canyon Environmental Studies final report. (U.S. Department of the Interior) [NTIS No. PB88-183348/AS] 2. Debris flows from tributaries of the Colorado River, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. (R. H. Webb, P. T. Pringle, and G. R. Rink; USGS Open-File Report 87-118, pending publication as a USGS Pro- fessional Paper) [NTIS No. PB88- 183355/AS] 3. The rapids and waves of the Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Arizona. (S. W. Kieffer, USGS Open-File Report 87-096, pending publication as a USGS Professional Paper) [NTIS No. PB88- 183363/AS] 4. Sonal Patterns of the Colorado River bed in the Grand Canyon. (R. P. Wilson) [NTIS No. PB88-183371/AS] 5. Aggradation and degradation of alluvial sand deposits, 1965 to 1986, Colorado River, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. (J. C. Schmidt and J. B. Graf, USGS Open-File Report 87-555, pending publication as a USGS Professional Paper) [NTIS No. PB88- 183389/AS] 6. Sandy beach area survey along the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon National Park. (R. Ferrari) [NTIS No. PB88-183389/AS] 7. Trends in selected hydraulic variables for the Colorado River at Lee's Ferry and near Grand Canyon for the period 1922-1984. (D. E. Burkham) [NTIS No. PB88-216098/AS] Sediment data collection and analysis for five stations on the Colorado River from Lee's Ferry to Diamond Creek. (E. L. Pemberton) ENTIS No. PB88-183397/AS] 9. Unsteady flow modeling of the releases from Glen Canyon Dam at selected locations in Grand Canyon. (J. Lazenby) [NTIS No. PB88- 1833405/AS] 10. Sediment transport and river simulation model. (C. J. Orvis and T. J. Randle) [NTIS No. PB 88- 183413/AS] 11. Results and analysis of STARS modeling efforts of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon. (T. J. Randle and E. L. Pemberton) [NTIS No. PB88-183413/AS] 12. Effects of varied flow regimes on aquatic resources of Glen and Grand Canyons. (H. R. Maddux, D. M. Kubly, J. C. deVos, Jr., W. R. Per- sons, R. Stacdicke, and R. L. Wright) ENTIS No. PB88-183439/AS] 13. Colorado River water temperature modeling below Glen Canyon Dam. (R. Ferrari) ENTIS No. PB88-183447/AS] 14. Instream flow microhabitat analysis of the Glen Canyon Dam tailwater. (D. L. Wegner) [NTIS No. PB89-180236, GCES/14/87] 15. The effects of steady versus fluctuating flows on aquatic macroinvertebrates in the Colorado River below Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona. (W. C. Leibfried and D. W. Blinn) [NTIS No. PB88-206362/AS] 16. Cladophora glomerata and its diatom epiphytes in the Colorado River through Glen and Grand Canyons: distribution and desiccation tolerance.
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274 COLORADO RIVER ECOLOGY AND DAM MANAGEMENT (H. D. Usher, D. W. Blinn, G. G. Hardwick, and W. C. Leibfried) [NTIS No. PB88- 183454/AS] 17. Zooplankton of the Colorado River: Glen Canyon Dam to Diamond Creek. (L. R. Haury) [NTIS No. PB88-183462/AS] ~ . ~ _ ~ , . . , . , ~ _ _ 18. Valuation ot rlpar~an vegetation trends in the Grand Canyon using multitemporal remote sensing techniques. (M. J. Pucherelli) [NTIS No. PB88- 183470/AS] 19. Effects of post-dam flooding on riparian substrate, vegetation, and in- vertebrate populations in the Colorado River corridor in Grand Canyon, Arizona. (L. E. Stevens and G. L. Waring) [NTIS No. PB88-183488/ AS] 20. Aerial photography comparison of the 1983 high flow impacts to veg- etation at eight Colorado River beaches. (N. J. Brian) [NTIS No. PB89- 180244] 21. The effects of recent flooding on riparian plant establishment in Grand Canyon. (G. L. Waring and L. E. Stevens) [NTIS No. PB88-183496/ AS] 22. Effects of post-Glen Canyon Dam flow regime on the old high water line plant community along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon. (L. E. Anderson and G. A. Ruffner) [NTIS No. PB88-183512/AS] 23. Fluctuating flows from Glen Canyon Dam and their effect on breeding birds of the Colorado River. (B. T. Brown and R. R. Johnson) [NTIS No. PB88-183512/AS] 24. Monitoring bird population densities along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon. (B. T. Brown) [NTIS No. PB88-183520/AS] 25. Monitoring bird population densities along the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon: 1987 breeding season. (B. T. Brown) [NTIS No. PB88- 103311/AS] 26. Lizards along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park: pos- sible effects of fluctuating river flows. (P. L. Warren and C. R. Schwalbe) [NTIS No. PB88-183538/AS] 27. Glen Canyon Dam releases and downstream recreation: an analysis of user preferences and economic values. (R. C. Bishop, K. J. Boyle, M. P. Welsh, R. M. Baumgartner, and P. R. Rathbun) [NTIS No. PB88- 183546/AS] 28. The effect of flows in the Colorado River on reported and observed boating accidents in Grand Canyon. (C. A. Brown and M. G. fIahn) [NTIS No. PB88- 183553/AS] 29. Boating accidents at Lee's Ferry: a boater survey and analysis of acci- dent reports. (L. Belli and R. Pilk) ENTIS No. PB88-183561/AS] 30. Simulating the effects of dam releases on Grand Canyon river trips. (A. H. Underhill and R. E. Borkan) [NTIS No. PB880183579/AS] 31. An analysis of recorded Colorado River Boating accidents in Glen
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APPENDIX D... 275 Canyon for 1980, 1982, and 1984, and in Grand Canyon for 1981 through 1983. (A. H. Underhill, M. H. Hoffman, and R. E. Borkan) ENTIS No. PB88-143515/AS] Colorado River Storage Project constraints and operation of Glen Can- yon Dam. (D. L. Wegner) [NTIS No. PB89-143515/AS] 33. Colorado River law. (D. L. Wegner) [NTIS No. PB89-143523/AS] 34. River and dam management: a review of the Bureau of Reclamation's Glen Canyon Environmental Studies. (Committee to Review the Glen Canyon Environmental Studies, Water Science and Technology Board, National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 1987, 203 pp.) [NTIS No. PB88-177175/AS] 35. Executive review committee final report. (U.S. Department of the Inte- rior, Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Recla- mation, Western Area Power Administration) [NTIS No. PB89-11962/ AS] 36. Executive summaries of technical reports. Interior) [NTIS No. pending] 37. Submerged cultural resources site report: Charles H. Spencer mining operation and paddle wheel steamboat. Glen Canyon National Recre- ation Area. (Toni Carrell (ed.), Submerged Cultural Resources Unit, National Park Service, Southwest Cultural Resources Center Profession Papers, Number 13, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1987, 166 pp.) [Published by U.S. Government Printing Office: 1987-573-737 Region No. 8, NTIS No. pending] 38. Glen Canyon Environmental Studies Phase II and III plan for imple- mentation. (Bureau of Reclamation) [NTIS No. PB89-180228] 39. Glen Canyon Environmental Studies Phase II technical study plan out- line: fiscal year 1989 and process for completion of the technical stud- ies. (Bureau of Reclamation) [NTIS No. pending] (U.S. Deparunent of the Additional GCES Publications 1. Executive Summaries of Technical Reports, Glen Canyon Environmen- tal Studies, Phase I. Bureau of Reclamation. October 1989. 2. Glen Canyon Environmental Studies, Five Thousand Cubic Feet per Second Flow Study. Bureau of Reclamation. March 1990. 3. Aggradation and Degradation of Alluvial Sand Deposits, 1965 to 1986, Colorado River, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. U.S. Geologi- cal Survey. [NTIS No. PB90-244914LEU] 4. Changes in Winter Distribution of Bald Eagles Along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park. Bryan T. Brown, Robert Mesta, Lawrence Stevens, and John Weisheit. Journal of Raptor Research 23~3~: 1 10-1 13. The Effects of Fluctuating Flows from Glen Canyon Dam on Bald Eagles
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276 COLORADO RIVER ECOLOGY AND DAM MANAGEMENT and Rainbow Trout at Nankoweap Creek Along the Colorado River, Arizona. Bryan T. Brown and William C. Liebfried. October 1990. 6. Glen Canyon Environmental Studies, Draft Integrated Research Plan. Bureau of Reclamation. August 1990. Evaluation of Methods to Estimate Power System Impacts of Potential Changes in Glen Canyon Powerplant Operations. Bureau of Reclama- tion. April 1990.
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