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Ground-water conditions in the Harquahala Plains, Maricopa and Yuma Counties, Arizona

E. E. Denis

Ground-water conditions in the Harquahala Plains, Maricopa and Yuma Counties, Arizona

by E. E. Denis

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Published in Phoenix, Ariz .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arizona,
  • Maricopa County.,
  • Yuma County.
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- Arizona -- Maricopa County.,
    • Groundwater -- Arizona -- Yuma County.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby E. E. Denis.
      ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB705.A6 A24 no. 45, GB1025.A6 A24 no. 45
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 44 p.
      Number of Pages44
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5021099M
      LC Control Number76636233

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Ground-water conditions in the Harquahala Plains, Maricopa and Yuma Counties, Arizona by E. E. Denis Download PDF EPUB FB2

GROUND-WATER CONDITIONS IN THE HARQUAHALA PLAINS, MARICOPA AND YUMA COUNTIES, ARIZONA By E. Denis Introduction The ground-water reservoir is the only dependable source of water in the Harquahala Plains (fig.

1), and it has been developed exten­ sively in the last few years. Because the results of the ground-water. Access Constraints: Bbox East Long Bbox North Lat: Bbox South Lat: Publish Year: McMullen Valley is in western Arizona about 80 miles northwest of Phoenix (fig.

The valley, which is about 48 miles long and 15 miles wide, is bordered on the south by the Harquahala and Little Harquahala Mountains, on the north by the Harcuvar Mountains, and on the west by the Granite Wash Mountains.

The major stream in the area is Centennial Wash, an ephemeral tributary of the Gila River. GROUND-WATER CONDITIONS IN MC MULLEN VALLEY, MARICOPA, YUMA, AND YAVAPAI COUNTIES, ARIZONA By P. Briggs Introduction McMullen Valley is in western Arizona about 80 miles northwest of Phoenix (fig.

The valley, which is about 48 miles long and 15 miles wide, is bordered on the south by the Harquahala and Little HarquahalaFile Size: 2MB. Geology and Ground-Water Resources of McMullen Valley Maricopa, Yavapai, and Yuma Counties, Arizona By WILLIAM KAM GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER Prepared in cooperation with the Arizona State Land Department UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON: Cited by: 5.

Denis, E.E.,Maps showing ground-water conditions in the Harquahala Plains area, Maricopa and Yuma counties, Arizona U.S.

Geological Survey WRI Graf, C.G.,Maps showing ground-water conditions in the Harquahala Plains Maricopa and Yuma Counties, Maricopa and Yuma counties, Arizona AZ Department of Water Resources, Hydrologic Map series.

Maps showing ground-water conditions in the Yuma Area, Yuma County, Arizona [D. Wilkins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Maps showing ground-water conditions in the Yuma Area, Yuma County, ArizonaAuthor: D.

Wilkins. Maps showing ground-water conditions in the Northern Part of the Gila River Drainage from Painted Rock Dam to Texas Hill Area, Maricopa, Pima, and Yuma Counies, Arizona [S. Leake, and D. Clay Natalie D. White] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Maps showing ground-water conditions in the Northern Part of the Gila River Drainage from Painted Rock Dam to Texas Hill AreaAuthor: and D.

Clay Natalie D. White S. Leake. The Gila River drainage from Painted Rock Dam to Texas Hill area includes about 3, square miles in southwestern Arizona. Ground-water development has taken place only in the northern part of the area, and only this part is included in the report. The southwestward-flowing Gila River drains the 1,square-mile northern part of the area.

the state including its aquifers. The fact sheet is a synopsis of the ADEQ Open File Report Located 60 miles west of Phoenix along Interst the Harquahala ground-water basin contains approximately square miles within La Paz and Maricopa counties (Map 1).2 The basin consists of a broad alluvial plain bordered by rugged.

Water Resources Research Center – University of Arizona Arizona has been an innovator in groundwater management • Groundwater Management Act of (GMA) introduced groundwater regulation to certain parts of Arizona. • An important addition to the GMA was the introduction of the recharge and recovery program.

Cleanup of the Cave Creek Landfill site has been approved by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and it is underway. Please read the fact sheet (PDF) and the Remedial Action Plan (RAP) (PDF) document if you would like more information than what is provided in the "Background" and "Plan Phases" sections below.

Annual Report on Ground Water in Arizona with Emphasis on Gila Bend Basin, McMullen Valley and the Southeast part of the Harquahala Plains. Spring to Spring ground water; Summary of basic hydrologic data including surface water resources, ground water conditions, uses of and changes to ground water.

Maps, graphs. PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OFTHE GEOTHERMAL POTENTIAL OFTHE NORTHERNHASSAYAMPA PLAIN, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA by Claudia Stone Arizona Geological Survey Open~Fil~ Report Arizona Geological Survey W.

Congress, Suite #, Tucson, Arizona This report is preliminary and has not been edited!File Size: 1MB. GROUND WATER POLLUTION IN ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA, NEVADA & UTAH by Dean K.

Fuhriman and James R. Barton FUHRIMAN, BARTON 6 ASSOCIATES Provo, Utah for the OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND MONITORING ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY PROJECT #ERU CONTRACT # Deceirtoer, For sale by the Superintendent ol.

GROUND-WATER RESOURCES FOR THE FUTURE ° Yuma County Arizona, Ground-water resources were important to travelers in the Southwest in the early 's. W e t l a n d s Evapotranspiration P u m p i n g R e c h a r g e S t r e a m Outflow to Bedrock surface water Aquifer I n f l o w f r o m conditions most recharge in basins.

Well Owners' Guide to Ground Water Resources in Yavapai County. By: Uhlman, Kristine. Hill, Rachel. First in a planned series for each county in the state. Limited information is available to the County Extension offices to address common concerns of water supply in rural Arizona.

In addition, in the more metropolitan areas of the state. PHYSICAL SETTING Seismology This discussion of the recent seismic history of Maricopa and Yuma Counties uses the Modified Mercalli scale.* Appendix E reproduces the explanation of this scale which appears in Bulletin of the Arizona Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology (8).

It is also recognized that ground water conditions may. By Michael Bryan. I seldom post about a single article, but this article by the New York Times Magazine, The Water Wars of Arizona, strikes so deeply and accurately at the root of a major problem for rural Arizona communities that I feel everyone in Arizona who wishes to be an informed citizen and voter should read it.

We who live in an active water management district, such as Tucson Author: Michael Bryan. Apache County, Arizona. Ground-water conditions in the Moenkopi and Chinle Formations, the Springerville aquifer, the White Mountains and Bidahochi aquifers, the basaltic rocks, the travertine deposits, and the alluvium,in southern Apache County, Arizona.

Generalized areas ground-water developed in Size: 3MB. Wickenburg Mountains to the northeast, in northwest Maricopa County, 3 km southeast of Wickenburg, at an elevation of ca. m. The ha Arizona Nature Conservancy Preserve straddles an 8 km perennial stretch of the river, which flows at a low gradient (6m/km) .Well Owners&#; Guide to Ground Water Resources in Yavapai County.

AZ Private well owners are responsible for the safety and quality of their water supply. The nearly 6, exempt wells in Gila County are not regulated by any state or federal agency, and lot splits and subdivisions may result in an unregulated water supply serving.Arizona Department of Water Resources W.

Washington St. Suite Phoenix, Arizona Phone: | Fax: