Developing a state water plan: Ground-water conditions in Utah, spring of 1975

Cooperative Investigations Report
Prepared in cooperation with the State of Utah
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Abstract

This report is the twelfth in a series of annual reports that describe ground-water conditions in Utah. Reports in this series, prepared cooperatively by the U.S. Geological Survey and the Utah Division of Water Resources, provide data to enable interested parties such as legislators, administrators, and planners to keep abreast of changing ground-water conditions.

This report, like the others (see references, p. 16), contains information on well construction, ground-water withdrawals, water-level changes, and related changes in precipitation and streamflow. Supplementary data such as graphs showing chemical quality of water and maps showing water-table configuration are included in reports of this series only for those years or areas for which applicable data are available and are important to a discussion of changing ground-water conditions.

The report includes individual discussions of the most important areas of ground-water withdrawal in the State for the calendar year 1974. Water-level fluctuations, however, are described for the period spring 1974 to spring 1975. Many of the data used in the report were collected by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Water Rights, Utah Department of Natural Resources.

Additional publication details

Publication type Report
Publication Subtype State/Local Government Series
Title Developing a state water plan: Ground-water conditions in Utah, spring of 1975
Series title Cooperative Investigations Report
Year Published 1975
Language English
Publisher Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water Resources
Publisher location Salt Lake City, UT
Contributing office(s) Utah Water Science Center
Description viii, 64 p.
Country United States
State Utah
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