Response to comments by Harza-Ebasco Susitna Joint Venture on AEIDC's report entitled 'Stream flow and temperature modeling in the Susitna Basin, Alaska' / by AEIDC.

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Corporate Author(s):
  • Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center (Alaska)
Corporate Contributor(s):
  • HARZA-EBASCO Susitna Joint Venture.
Edition: [Edition not containing original comments].
Publisher: [Anchorage, Alaska : Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center, 1983?]
Report Numbers: APA 2627
Physical Description: 86, [13] leaves : 13 ill. ; 28 cm.
Series: Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 2627.
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Summary: This document (including four attachments) was released by Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center (AEIDC) as its response to the comments made by Harza-Ebasco Susitna Joint Venture on AEIDC's earlier report "Stream flow and temperature modeling in the Susitna Basin, Alaska". That earlier report described predictions of unmeasured water discharges and stream temperatures are necessary for the analysis of project impacts on downstream fishery populations and habitats based on flow data at various mainstem and tributary locations. Harza-Ebasco's comments were titled "Comments on AEIDC Stream flow and temperature model" and its cover letter is dated August 9, 1983.

Notes: Series statement from label on title page.

Stamped on title page and various pages: Confidential.

This version (as microfilmed) lacked the chapter divider pages for Attachments 2 and 3. Alaska Resources Library and Information Services provided those missing pages copied from the other version.

Another version of this document was released under number SUS 218 assigned by Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center. That version lacks the title page, but contains the original comments by Harza-Ebasco to which AEIDC is responding in this document and includes handwritten divider pages for each part.

Contents:
  • Response to general comments -- Response to specific comments -- attachment 1. SNTEMP mathematical model description -- attachment 2. Heat flux components for average mainstem Susitna conditions -- attachment 3. Weather wizard data -- attachment 4. Daily Indian River temperatures versus Devil Canyon air temperatures.
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