Geology and ground-water resources of the Douglas Basin, Arizona

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U.S. G.P.O. , Washington, D.C
Water-supply, Groundwater, Ge
Statementby D.R. Coates and R.L. Cushman ; with a section on chemical quality of the ground water by J.L. Hatchett
SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper -- 1354
ContributionsCushman, R. L. (Robert L.), 1917-, Arizona. State Land Dept.
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LC ClassificationsTC801 .U2 no. 1354
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 56 p. :
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Open LibraryOL24825232M
LC Control Number55000339
OCLC/WorldCa10640683

Geology and ground-water resources of the Douglas basin, Arizona, with a section on chemical quality of the ground water The Douglas basin is part of a large northwest-trending intermontane valley, known as the Sulphur Spring Valley, Geology and ground-water resources of the Douglas Basin lies in southeastern Arizona, and extends into northeastern Sonora, Mexico.

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Relatively impermeable pre-Tertiary rocks are exposed in about 23% of the reservation and underlie water-bearing Tertiary and quaternary basin fill and Quaternary stream alluvium in much of the southern part of the reservation. About 9, members of the San Carlos Apache Tribe live on the reservation and.

Catlin, C.N.,Character of the ground-water resources of Arizona: Tucson, University of Arizona, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin no.p. Read more about Character of the ground-water resources of Arizona. Geohydrology and Water Resources of the Tucson Basin, Arizona By E.

DAVIDSON WATER RESOURCES OF THE TUCSON BASIN GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Arizona book PAPER E Prepared in cooperation with the city of Tucson, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, and the University of ArizonaCited by: GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE SAN CARLOS INDIAN RESERVATION, GILA, GRAHAM, AND FINAL COUNTIES, ARIZONA By James G.

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Brown ABSTRACT The San Carlos Indian Reservation includes about 2, square miles in east-central Arizona. Relatively impermeable pre-Tertiary rocks are exposed in about 23 percent of the reservation and underlie water­Author: J.G.

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This report is a summary of the basic data collected as they relate to the water resources of the area, Figure 1 is a map of Arizona showing the lo­ cation and extent of the area investigated.

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U.S. Bureau of Reclamation,Central Arizona Project geology and ground-water resources report: Maricopa and Pinal Counties, Arizona: Phoenix, Ariz., U.S. Bureau. Generalized Hydrogeology and Ground-Water Budget for the C Aquifer, Little Colorado River Basin and Parts of the Verde and Salt River Basins, Arizona and New Mexico Prepared in cooperation with the NATIONAL PARK SERVICE By Robert J.

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Yet another kind of deposit that abounds in the southern and western portions of Arizona is water, groundwater, that results from geologic action. Arizona is divided into two primary provinces, the Plateau in the northeast and the Basin and Range in the southwestern half of the state.

Good management of the ground-water resources in the Douglas basin requires a comprehensive knowledge of the factors that control the occurrence and movement of ground water and the effects of withdrawal and replenishment on the ground-water reservoir, To acquire this knowl­ edge, detailed hydrologic investigations are necessary.

USGS Water Supply Paper Geology and ground-water resources of the Douglas Basin, Arizona. By D. Coates and R. Cushman. With a section on chemical quality of the ground water by J.

Hatchett. 56p., 5 plates in pocket, 5 figs., 4 tables. Geology and ground-water resources of the Wellton-Mohawk area, Yuma County, Arizona Prepared in cooperation with the Arizona State Land Department. By: Horace Maxson Babcock, Silas C. Brown, and John David Hem.

GEOLOGY AND GROUND WATER IN THE CENTRAL PART OF APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA By J. AKERS ABSTRACT The central part of Apache County, Ariz., includes an area of about 3, square miles between the Navajo Indian Reservation to the north and U.S.

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Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper Konieczki, A.D.,Investigation of the hydrologic monitoring network of the. Ground-water storage in the upper 1, ft of the basin fill in the Willcox Basin in was estimated to be million acre-ft (Arizona Department of Water Resources, ).

Freethey and Anderson () estimated that the amount of recoverable water to a depth of 1, ft in the Douglas Basin is 32 million acre-ft. Recharge in both basins.

In the geologic literature, valley refers to a modern physiographic feature, whereas basin refers to a subsurface feature. The Phoenix basin is a major source of groundwater for the large growing metropolitan area, and in some parts of the basin the groundwater. Cochise College Geology of last edited: 9/6/17 references on the geology of the Sulphur Springs Valley *Coates, D.R.,Douglas Basin (groundwater), Cochise County: USGS Open File Report, Tucson, Arizona, p.

*Coates, D.R., and Cushman, R.L.,Geology and ground-water resources of the Douglas Basin, Arizona.what deep drilling reveals about groundwater salinity in the picacho basin | steven l. rauzi Lee Allison noted in his Arizona Geology blog of 20 February that “Companies have been looking at the Picacho basin between Tucson and Phoenix for a number of years as an attractive place to develop giant caverns in underground salt deposits to.CRACKS IN ARIZONA: NEW EARTH FISSURE MAPS Earth fissures abound in basins of south-central Arizona.

They manifest as surface cracks, seams, or gullies ranging from s of feet to miles long, inches to feet wide, and up to 40 feet deep.