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Bedrock aquifers in the lower Dirty Devil River basin area, Utah, with special emphasis on the Navajo sandstone

Technical Publication 68

Prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with The Utah Department of Natural Resources Division of Water Rights
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Abstract

The lower Dirty Devil River basin area in southeastern Utah has an area of about 4,300 square miles (11,140 square kilometers) and ranges in altitude from about 3,700 to more than 11,000 feet (1,130 to 3,350 meters) above mean sea level. Precipitation, the main source of water in the area, ranges from slightly less than 6 inches (152 millimeters) per year in the lowlands to more than 30 inches per year (762 millimeters) in the Henry Mountains and along the western boundary.

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Publication type:
Report
Publication Subtype:
Other Government Series
Title:
Bedrock aquifers in the lower Dirty Devil River basin area, Utah, with special emphasis on the Navajo sandstone
Series title:
Technical Publication
Series number:
68
Year Published:
1981
Language:
English
Publisher:
Utah Department of Natural Resources
Publisher location:
Salt Lake City, UT
Contributing office(s):
Utah Water Science Center
Description:
vi, 143 p.; Maps: 2 Sheets
First page:
i
Last page:
143
Number of Pages:
152
Country:
United States
State:
Utah
Other Geospatial:
Dirty Devil River