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Scientific Investigations Report 2009–5004

Hydrologic and Water-Quality Conditions During Restoration of the Wood River Wetland, Upper Klamath River Basin, Oregon, 2003–05

Table 2. Piezometers installed at the Wood River Wetland, upper Klamath River basin, Oregon, July 2003.

[Site code: Locations of sampling sites shown in figure 2. Description: The south nest of wells was heavily damaged by inundation during extraordinarily high water levels in the wetland during spring 2006; wells were decommissioned and abandoned. USGS site No.: Additional information may be available for these wells on the USGS National Water Information System (http://nwis.waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/gw) using the Site No. as the Site Identifier. Oregon Water Resources Department well log identification No.: Drillers’ logs for these wells are available from the Oregon Water Resources Department (http://apps2.wrd.state.or.us/apps/gw/well_log/Default.aspx) using the well log identification No. as the Site Identifier. Abbreviations: USGS, U.S. Geological Survey; LiDAR, light detection and ranging; NGVD29, National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929]

Site code Description Open interval, in feet below land surface Open interval material Completed well depth, in feet below land surface
PZ-NU1 North Nest - Shallow 3.4 – 5.4 Pumice under decomposed peat 6.5
PZ-NU2 North Nest - Intermediate 10.4 – 12.4 Pumice under decomposed peat 13.5
PZ-NU3 North Nest - Deep 26.2 – 28.2 Inorganic sand and loam under clay 29.3
PZ-SU1 South Nest - Shallow 5.5 – 6.5 Decomposed peat and ash/clay 6.5
PZ-SU2 South Nest - Intermediate 15.0 – 17.0 Pumice/silt/clay under decomposed peat 18.0
PZ-SU3 South Nest - Deep 30.0 – 32.0 Well sorted sand under clay/loam 33.0
PZ-WRDK Wood River dike 8.0 – 10.0 Decomposed peat 11.0
PZ-AGDK Agency Lake dike 14.0 – 16.0 Decomposed peat 17.0

Site code Depth to water range, in feet below land surface 2003–05 Land surface elevation from LiDAR, in feet above NGVD29 USGS site No. Oregon Water Resources Department well log identification No. Station name
PZ-NU1 0.4 – 5.2 4,139 423548121564703 KLAM-54064 34.00S/07.50E-14BAD03
PZ-NU2 0.3 – 5.2 4,139 423548121564702 KLAM-54063 34.00S/07.50E-14BAD02
PZ-NU3 0.3 – 5.2 4,139 423548121564701 KLAM-54062 34.00S/07.50E-14BAD01
PZ-SU1 0.5 – 4.6 4,137 423656121575903 KLAM-54061 34.00S/07.50E-24CAD03
PZ-SU2 0.7 – 4.8 4,137 423656121575902 KLAM-54066 34.00S/07.50E-24CAD02
PZ-SU3 -4.6 – -2.0 4,137 423656121575901 KLAM-54065 34.00S/07.50E-24CAD01
PZ-WRDK 4.1 – 8.7 4,144 423554121564001 KLAM-54223 34.00S/07.50E-24ACC01
PZ-AGDK 3.6 – 7.0 4,143 423510121572301 KLAM-54222 34.00S/07.50E-26ADD01

For additional information contact:
Director, Oregon Water Science Center
U.S. Geological Survey
2130 SW 5th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97201
http://or.water.usgs.gov

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