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POSSIBLE EFFECTS OF GROUNDWATER PUMPING

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POSSIBLE EFFECTS OF GROUNDWATER PUMPING

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Product Number
247340
Series
FS-2010-3108
Scale
NO SCALE
Alternate ID
FS-2010-3108
Authors
JEANMARIE HANEY
Version Date
01/01/2010
Regions
AZ
Countries
USA
Media
Paper
Format
Flat

Additional Details

Description
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with The Nature Conservancy, has applied a groundwater model to simulate effects of groundwater pumping and artificial recharge on surface water in the Verde Valley sub-basin of Arizona. Results are in two sets of maps that show effects of locations of pumping or recharge on streamflow. These maps will help managers make decisions that will meet water needs and minimize environmental impacts.
Survey Date
2010
Print Date
2010
Height In Inches
11.000
Length In Inches
8.500
Two Sided
Yes
Pieces
1
Languages
English
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