ANNOUNCEMENTS

Newly-Funded Critical Zone Observatory (NSF)!!

(Project Start: January 2008)

» Student Opportunities

» Project Summary

 

Watershed Media Project Videos

(Developed by CUAHSI with content contributions from SRBHOS)

Where Does Water Go?

Follow the Water?

How Much Water?

 

Geodatabase: Online Soon!!

 

PAST EVENTS

Conferences

 

Fall AGU 2006

WATERS Network (info)

» Subtask 1 Poster (ppt)

» Subtask 2 Poster (ppt)

 

ASCE 2006

» Presentation (ppt)

 

Chesapeake Bay Colloquium
10/20-10/21/2005
» Presentation (ppt)

 

Chesapeake Bay Field Trip - English 30 Class

»Web

»Summary (pdf)

 

Fall AGU 2004
» Poster

 

Sponsored Seminars

 

Dr. Upmanu Lall
1/10/2005
» Details (pdf)
» Presentation (ppt)
Dr. T.C. Jim Yeh
1/21/2005

» Details (pdf)
» Presentation (ppt)
Dr. James Kirchner
September 10, 2004
» Presentation

 

Workshops

 

WATERS HIS, (Nov. 14-17)

» Presentation

» Meeting Details

 

CCMP: November 10, 2006

Presentation 1 (Wetlands)

Presentation 2 (WATERS)

National Workshop

August 24-25, 2004, Logan, Utah

» Workshop poster

» Utah Meeting Notes

 

 


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THE SUSQUEHANNA RIVER BASIN HYDROLOGIC OBSERVING SYSTEM (SRBHOS)

Organized for Multiagency Support of Integrated River Basin Science

Prospectus

(submitted to CUAHSI, 30 July 2004)

 

In Cooperation with and a Member of:

Consortium of Universities for the Advancement

of Hydrologic Sciences, Inc. (CUAHSI)


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Location Map
The Susquehanna River Basin encompasses an area of 27,501 square miles of which 76 percent is in Pennsylvania, 23 percent in New York, and 1 percent in Maryland. Over 90 percent of the basin is underlain by sedimentary rock strata largely undisturbed in the Appalachian Plateau Province but convoluted and eroded in the valley and Ridge Province. Glacial deposits cover the northeastern quadrant of the basin. The principle rivers are the Susquehanna (444 miles), West Branch (228 miles), and Juniata (86 miles). Approximately 90% of the Upper Chesapeake Bay and 50% of the entire Chesapeake Bay freshwater inputs are from the Susquehanna.
 

 

 


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