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Climatological observations, water levels, and water temperatures, Iliamna Lake, Alaska, 1969
Tor B. GunnerГёd
by Fisheries Research Institute, University of Washington in Seattle
Written in English
|Statement||by Tor B. Gunnerød.|
|Series||[Washington (State). University. Fisheries Research Institute] Circular, no. 70-9, Circular (University of Washington. Fisheries Research Institute) ;, No. 70-9.|
|LC Classifications||SH1 .W3352 no. 70-9, QH105.A4 .W3352 no. 70-9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||70634090|
climatic conditions. Permanent water level bench marks established in sho>~ed that the and levels >~ere generally higher (measured from permanent bench mark to the surface of the water) than those levels of the first two winters (Table 2). Agulm. Kvichak River is its outlet.9 Iliamna Lake is about 80 miles in length and 8 to 20 miles in width Iliamna Lake is located on the west side of Cook Inlet and fed by the glacial melt and rain from the Chigrnit Mountains of the Aleutian Range through the Lake Clark system. Tributaries of Iliamna Lake include the Newhalen, Pile, Iliamna, Copper.
area of warm water that was observed in the Gulf of Alaska from to The appearance of the blob in fall proved brief as water temperatures decreased with the arrival of winter storms. Nonetheless, the effects of the – blob linger: The sockeye run to the. The largest increases in surface temperatures over the Northern Hemisphere in the decade prior to were in Alaska, while substantial decreases occurred in the North Pacific Ocean.
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Last map update: 08/06/ at pm AKDT 08/07/ at UTC What is UTC time. Map Help. Disclaimer. The water temperature data provided here are collected by various agencies and have not been fully quality controlled.
The data are considered preliminary and may include errors due to gage malfunctions or physical changes at the observing location. Buy Climatological observations, water level and water temperatures, Iliamna Lake, Alaska, (University of Washington.
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Water levels are recorded by gauges along the shore of each lake, some of which have been operated since the s. Pre data came from one water level gauge per lake. Data since have come from a designated set of gauges in each lake.
NWIS Water Temperature in Celsius (Where Available) for the Week in Lake Iliamna - HUC USGS Drought Watch - U.S Map of Drought and Low Flow Conditions USGS WaterWatch - Real-time Streamflow Map for the Alaska Region- HUC Page Contact Information: Alaska Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified: EDT sdww Weather Observations and Forecasts.
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The data collected from Iliamna Lake pertaining to water quality, mussel tissue, and sediment suggest that Iliamna Lake is low in nutrients and algae.
Water-quality conditions of Iliamna Lake appear similar to the natural conditions of other regional lakes. Iliamna Lake has two mixing periods – occurring in spring and fall.
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[C]  For named artificial reservoirs and dams, see the List of dams and reservoirs in Alaska.Lake Iliamna, a freshwater lake located km ( mi) southwest of Anchorage, is home to a small breeding colony of harbor seals (Phoca vitulina).
Iliamna is the largest lake in Alaska, measuring km (77 mi) long and 35 km (22 mi) wide. These seals are known to live in the lake year round.