Bibliography

The purpose of this bibliography is to provide a list of reference documents relevant to CBM discharges that may be useful in understanding issues related to CBM water quality (i.e. irrigation, aquatic life, surface water quality monitoring...).  Links to the reference documents are provided where available.  This bibliography is not meant to be comprehensive of all CBM-related water quality references; however, the WDEQ will continually update this bibliography as new references are received and reviewed.

References
01_American Society of Civil Engineers.  1990.  Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management.  Water Quality Technical Committee of the Irrigation and Drainage Division, ASCE.  
02_Ayers, R.S. and D.W. Westcot.  1976.  “Water Quality for Agriculture.”  (FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper No. 29).  Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 
03_CRC Press.  2000.  Handbook of Soil Science.
04_Ganjegunte, Girisha K., George F. Vance, and Lyle A. King.  University of Wyoming, Department of  Renewable Resources.  2005.  “Soil Chemical Changes Resulting From Irrigation With Water Co-Produced With Coalbed Natural Gas.”  Journal of Environmental Quality.  Volume Vol. 34:  2217-2227.
05_Hanson, B., S.R. Gratton and A Fulton.  1999.  “Agricultural Salinity and Drainage.”  University of California Irrigation Program.  University of California, Davis.
06_Holm, H.M..  1983.  “Soil Salinity:  A Study in Crop Tolerances and Cropping Practices.”  Saskatchewan Agriculture, Plant Industry Branch.
07_KC Harvey, LLC.  2005.  “Managed Irrigation for the Beneficial Use of Coalbed Natural Gas Produced Water:  The Fidelity Experience.”  Industry Project Summary.
08_Mace, J.E., and C. Amrhein.  University of California Riverside, Department of Environmental Sciences.  2001.  “Leaching and Reclamation of a Soil Irrigated With Moderate SAR Waters.” Soil Science Society of America Journal.   Volume 65:199-204 (2001).
09_Patz, Marji J., K.J. Reddy, and Quentin Skinner.  University of Wyoming, Department of  Renewable Resources.  2004.  “Chemistry of Coalbed Methane Discharge Water Interacting With Semi-Arid Ephemeral Stream Channels".
10_Robinson, Kimberly, James Bauder, and Krista Pearson.  2003.  “Soil Behavior Upon Wetting With Saline-Sodic Water.”  Montana State University, Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences.  Project Report to the Prairie County Conservation District and the Buffalo Rapids Irrigation District. Part 1 and Part 2
11_Soil Improvement Committee of the California Fertilizer Association.  1995.  Western Fertilizer Handbook. 
12_Steppuhn, H.. Semi-Arid Prairie Agricultural Research Centre, Saskatchewan.  2001.  “Pre-Irrigation of a Severely-Saline Soil With In-Situ Water to Establish Dryland Forages.”  Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers.  Vol. 44(6):  1543-1551.
13_Steppuhn, H., M. Th. Van Genuchten, and C.M. Grieve.  Semi-Arid Prairie Agricultural Research Centre, Saskatchewan.  2005.  “Root Zone Salinity:  I.  Selecting a Product-Yield Index and Response Function for Crop Tolerance.”  Crop Science.  Volume 45, January-February 2005.
14_Tanji, Kenneth K. and Kielen C. Neeltje.  2002.  “Agricultural Drainage Water Management in Arid and Semi-Arid Areas.”  (FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper 61).  Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
15_USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service.  1990.  “National Engineering Handbook, Section 15:  Irrigation.” 
16_USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service.  2005 Edition.  Soil Survey Staff,  “National Soil Survey Handbook.”  Title 430-VI (2001).
17_USDA, U.S. Salinity Laboratory.  1954.  “Diagnosis and Improvement of Saline and Alkali Soils” (Agricultural Handbook No. 60).
18_Suarez, Donald L., James D. Wood, and Scott M. Lesch.  2006. "Evaluation of Water Quality Criteria for Rain-Irrigation Cropping Systems." (Salinity Laboratory, USDA-ARS Final Report to EPA, June 30, 2006).
19_Davis, Windy N., Robert G. Bramblett, and Alexander V. Zale.  Montana Cooperative Fishery Research Unit, Fish and Wildlife Management Program, Department of Ecology, Montana State University Bozeman.  2006.  “The Effects of Coalbed Natural Gas Activities on Fish Assemblages:  A Review of the Literature.”  (Prepared for BLM – Miles City, MT Office).
20_Johnson, Laurie A.  2007.  “Longitudinal Changes in Potential Toxicity of Coalbed Natural Gas Produced Water Along Beaver Creek in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming.”  M.S. Department of Zoology and Physiology, December 2007.
21_Kirkpatrick, Amber, Krista Pearson, and James Bauder.  2003.  “The Use of Coal Bed Methane Product Water to Enhance Wetland Function.”  Montana State University, Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences.
22_U.S. EPA, Office of Water.  2002.  “Methods for Measuring the Acute Toxicity of Effluents and Receiving Waters to Freshwater and Marine Organisms.”  (Fifth Edition).
23_U.S. EPA, Office of Water.  2002.  “Short-Term Methods for Estimating the Chronic Toxicity of Effluents and Receiving Waters to Freshwater Organisms.”  (Fourth Edition).
24_Bobst, Andrew L..  BLM Miles City, MT.  2006.  “Water Year 2005:  Overview of Surface Water Monitoring Data For SC, SAR, and Flow in the Tongue River Watershed.”
25_Bureau of Land Management (BLM). 2003. Final environmental impact statement and proposed plan amendment for the Powder River Basin oil and gas project. Volumes 1 to 4, U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Casper, WY.
26_McBeth, I.H., K.J. Reddy, and Q.D. Skinner. University of Wyoming, Department of Renewable Resources. 2003. “Coalbed methane product water chemistry in three Wyoming watersheds”. Journal of The American Water Resources Assoc. Vol. 39: 575-585.
27_Jackson, R.E. and K.J. Reddy. University of Wyoming, Department of Renewable Resources. 2007. “Geochemistry of Coalbed Natural Gas (CBNG) Produced Water in Powder River Basin, Wyoming: Salinity and Sodicity”. Water, Air, Soil Pollution. Vol. 184: 49-61.
28_Jackson, R.E. and K.J. Reddy. University of Wyoming, Department of Renewable Resources. 2007. “Trace Element Chemistry of Coal Bed Natural Gas Produced Water in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming”. Environment, Science & Technology.
29_Wyoming Water Development Commission.  2001.  “Prairie Dog Creek Watershed Master Plan:  Level I Study.” Executive Summary and Whole Document
30_NRCS Soils Information (Soil Data Mart)
31_NOAA Western U.S. Precipitation Frequency Maps
32_Beaver Creek (Powder River Basin)
33_Bitter Creek (Powder River Basin)
34_Cottonwood Creek--tributary to Dry Fork Powder River (Powder River Basin)
35_Collins Draw--tributary to Dry Fork Powder River (Powder River Basin)
36_Dead Horse Creek (Powder River Basin)
37_Dry Fork Powder River--mainstem (Powder River Basin)
38_Fortification Creek (Powder River Basin)
39_Horse Creek--includes Spring Creek and Hay Creek (Little Powder River Basin)
40_Middle Prong Wild Horse Creek (Powder River Basin)
41_Rawhide Creek (Little Powder River Basin)
42_Spotted Horse Creek (Powder River Basin) 2000 Data and 2006 Data
43_Whitetail Creek (Little Powder River)
44_Wild Horse Creek (Powder River Basin) 2005 Report and 2007 Report