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Collection and analysis of ground-water samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, 1996

Alissa L. Coes

Collection and analysis of ground-water samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, 1996

by Alissa L. Coes

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey in [Tucson, Ariz.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Arizona -- Sierra Vista Region

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCollection and analysis of ground water samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, 1996, National Water-Quality Assessment Program
    StatementAlissa Coes and Dorinda Gellenbeck and Doug Towne
    SeriesUSGS fact sheet -- FS-107-97, Fact sheet (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- FS-97-107
    ContributionsGellenbeck, D. J, Towne, Douglas Clark, 1962-, Geological Survey (U.S.), Arizona. Dept. of Environmental Quality, National Water-Quality Assessment Program (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2] p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13622571M
    OCLC/WorldCa37691802

    Groundwater Flow Model Scenarios of Future Groundwater and Surface Water Conditions: Sierra Vista Subwatershed of the Upper San Pedro Basin - Southeastern Arizona. Steve Corell. Modeling Report No. 10B () [MB pdf] pdf. Ground-water, surface-water, and water-chemistry data, Black Mesa area, northeastern Arizona --

    Simulated effects of groundwater withdrawals and artificial recharge on discharge to streams, springs, and riparian vegetation in the Sierra Vista subwatershed of the Upper San Pedro Basin, Southeastern Arizona. Leake, S.A., D.R. Pool, J.M. Leenhouts single . THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA WATER ISSUES ON THE ARIZONA – MEXICO BORDER The Santa Cruz, San Pedro and Colorado Rivers An Issue Paper by Terry W. Sprouse [email protected] A portion of the funding for this research was provided by a grant from the Fulbright-García Robles Program. February File Size: KB.

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Collection and analysis of ground-water samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, 1996 by Alissa L. Coes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Collection and Analysis of Ground-Water Samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, (A Cooperative Program Between the USGS and the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality) Introduction Inthe U.S.

Geological Survey (USGS) and the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) completed a cooperative ground-water. Collection and analysis of ground-water samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, (SuDoc I ) [Alissa Coes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Alissa Coes.

Collection and analysis of ground-water samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, Fact Sheet By: Alissa L. Coes, Dorinda J. Gellenbeck, and Doug Towne.

Additional Physical Format: Print version: Coes, Alissa L. Collection and analysis of ground-water samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, Collection and Analysis of Ground-Water Samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, Joint Publication: USGS Fact Sheet FS ADEQ FactsheetAugust4 p.

Collection and analysis of ground-water samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, / By Alissa L. Coes, Douglas Clark Towne, D. (Dorinda Jeanne) Gellenbeck, National Water-Quality Assessment Program (U.S.), Collection and analysis of ground-water samples in the Sierra Vista Basin.

Collection and Analysis of Ground-Water Samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, - Research on Acidic Metal Contaminants in Pinal Creek Basin near Globe, Arizona - Precipitation and Streamflow Conditions in Arizona, Winter and Spring.

Content page for USGS CircularWater Quality in the Central Arizona Basins, Arizona, – The aim of the Wastewater & Sewer Services division is to provide a safe water supply for the City while protecting the area’s precious natural assets. Sierra Vista doesn’t have a municipal water supply, but it does treat all of the City’s wastewater.

All wastewater flows to the City’s wastewater treatment plant at the Environmental Operations Park. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Coes, Alissa L. Collection and analysis of ground-water samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, Table of Contents Sierra Vista Water Reclamation Facility Groundwater Modeling Study ii Use of data contained on this sheet is subject to the limitations specified at the end of this document.

P:\\ - City of Sierra Vista\Sierra Vista GW Model Final_docx/d 5. Download Citation | Section 9. - Conceptual understanding and groundwater quality of the basin-fill aquifer in the Sierra Vista subbasin of the upper San Pedro basin, Arizona | The Sierra Vista.

Wynn, Jeff,Mapping ground water in three dimensions—An analysis of airborne geophysical surveys of the upper San Pedro River basin, Cochise County, southeastern Arizona: U.S. Geological. Because the Raymond Basin is an area in which there was early urban development made possible by intensive exploitation of local ground water, the effects of withdrawals in excess of replenishment were felt earlier than elsewhere in southern California.

Alissa Coes has written: 'Collection and analysis of ground-water samples in the Sierra Vista Basin, Arizona, ' -- subject(s): Groundwater. In the name of keeping the San Pedro River alive, the federal government is trying to stop Arizona from certifying that a planned Sierra Vista development has enough water for years.

The U.S. Geological Survey collected and analyzed ground-water samples in the West Salt River Valley from 64 existing wells selected by a stratified-random procedure.

Samples from an areally distributed group of 35 of these wells were used to characterize overall ground-water quality in. A Groundwater Flow Model of the Sierra Vista Subwatershed of the Upper San Pedro Basin - Southeastern Arizona.

Corell et al. Modeling Report No. 10 (December ) The Sierra Valley Groundwater Management District (SVGMD) was authorized under State Senate Bill No. in to protect and oversee the management of the groundwater within the Sierra Valley basin.

SB defined the legal boundaries and regulatory authority of. Arizona Water Company provides groundwater to its Sierra Vista customers from wells located throughout the Sierra Vista and Sulger areas.

All water samples are collected by state-certified employees of Arizona Water Company or by the Arizona Department of File Size: KB. Demsey, K.A., Pearthree, P.A.,Surficial and environmental geology of the Sierra Vista Area, Cochise County, Arizona.

Arizona Geological Survey Open File Report.System(s): SOUTHEASTERN REGION (SIERRA VISTA) Effective: March 1, AVAILABILITY: In Sierra Vista and environs at all points where facilities of adequate capacity and pressure are adjacent to the premises Size: 55KB.The Sierra Vista Sub-watershed Area Water Management and Conservation Plan will apply to the Sierra Vista Sub-watershed, as defined by the Arizona Department of Water Resources and the USGS.

In general, the "plan area" is defined by the sub-watershed boundary that extends from the Mule Mountains and Dragoon Mountains.