Oregon Drainage Basin Maps, 1957-1992 PDF
- Oregon. Water Resources Department.
- Oregon Drainage Basin Maps
- 1957-1992 (inclusive)19571992
- 0.25 cubic foot, including 28 maps, (1 map folder)
- Collection Number
- MAPS Drainage
- The Oregon Drainage Basin Maps include statewide maps as well as maps for individual basins. The maps define basin boundaries and depict the rivers and streams within each basin (or watershed). Land use maps for several of the basins are also part of the collection.
- Oregon State University Libraries, Special Collections and Archives Research Center
Special Collections and Archives Research Center
121 The Valley Library
Oregon State University
- Access Restrictions
Collection is open for research.
Historical NoteReturn to Top
The Oregon Water Resources Department was established in its present form in 1975 from the merger of the State Water Resources Board and the State Engineer's Office. The primary responsibility of the Department is to monitor and regulate the state's water resources. The Department's predecessor organizations were established in 1909 with passage of the Water Code, which declared that all water in the state of Oregon belonged to the public.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
The Oregon Drainage Basin Maps include statewide maps and maps for individual basins (also referred to as watersheds). The maps define basin boundaries and depict the rivers and streams within each basin. Maps for these individual basins are included in the collection: Deschutes, Goose and Summer Lakes, Grande Ronde, John Day, North Coast, Powder, Rogue, Umatilla, Umpqua, and Willamette. Major roadways and towns are also shown on the maps. Land use maps for the Deschutes and Willamette Basins are included. These indicate acreage for irrigated and non-irrigated agricultural land, range, forest land, and urban areas. One of the Willamette Basin maps also depicts recreation areas.
The maps within this collection range in scale from 1 inch = 2 miles (1:125,000) to 1 inch = 40 miles (1:2,500,000). Most of the maps in the collection have a scale of 1 inch = 5 miles.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
Oregon Drainage Basin Maps (MAPS Drainage), Oregon State University Special Collections & Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
Series I: Statewide Maps, 1962-1970Return to Top
Series I consists of maps depicting all the drainage basins in the state. The map of water use programs indicates the minimal perennial stream flow in cubic feet per second (cfs).
Oregon Drainage Basins
Water Use Programs
Series II: Basin Maps, 1957-1992Return to Top
Series II consists of maps of individual basins or watersheds. Land use maps for the Deschutes and Upper, Middle, and Lower Willamette Basins are included. These were prepared as part of a statewide land use inventory and depict irrigated and non-irrigated agricultural land, range, forest land, and urban areas. The land use maps include a table providing the acres for each land use classification by county in the basin. One of the Willamette Basin maps depicts recreation areas.
Goose and Summer Lakes
Includes maps of the Upper, Middle, and Lower Willamette Basins and the full Willamette Basin as well as the Sandy Basin.
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Subject Terms :
- Water use--Oregon.
- Geographical Names :
- Deschutes River Watershed (Or.)--Maps.
- Goose Lake Watershed (Calif. and Or.)--Maps.
- Grande Ronde River Watershed (Or. and Wash)--Maps.
- John Day River Watershed (Or.)--Maps.
- Powder River (Or.)--Maps.
- Rogue River Watershed (Klamath County-Curry County, Or.)
- Summer Lake Watershed (Or.)--Maps.
- Umatilla River Watershed (Or.)--Maps.
- Umpqua River Watershed (Or.)--Maps.
- Willamette River Watershed (Or.)--Maps.
- Form or Genre Terms :
- Land use maps.
- Other Creators :
- Corporate Names :
- Oregon. State Water Resources Board. (creator)