The report examines possible sources of dissolved salts in the Price River basin. Ephemeral and intermittent streams contributed dissolved salts and are the focus of the study. Seven subwatersheds and the Price River at Heiner are investigated to examine the effects of existing watershed characteristics on runoff and dissolved salts production. Alternatley, the report examines the effects of specific land treatments on surface runoff quantity and quality. Various instrumentation techniques are evalauted to help improve future data collected capabilities in intermittent channels. The examination of the data reveals various trends that might be considered for further investigation in subsequent studies.
Riley, J. Paul; Israelsen, Eugene K.; McNeill, William N.; and Peckins, Brian, "Potential of Water and Salt Yields From Surface Runoff on Public Lands in the Price River Basin" (1982). Reports. Paper 119.