An evaluation was made of the ground-water resources of northern Utah Valley, utah, to describe the ground-water system and to document changes in ground-water conditions since 1963. The principal ground-water reservoir is in basin-fill deposits. It consists of three major confined aquifers and an unconfined aquifer in pre-Lake Bonneville deposits along the mountains that adjoin the valley. The principal ground-water reservoir contains about 10 million acre-feet of recoverable water.
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Ground-water resources of northern Utah Valley, Utah